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Young Justice – Reviews – Season Three – Into the Breach


GUIDES – EPISODE REVIEWS – “INTO THE BREACH”

Into The Breach
Original Airdate – August 27, 2019
The Outsiders make one last attempt to save Halo…and the galaxy!

Written by Jonathan Callan
Directed by Vinton Heuck
Mini-Review by Royal Rubble
Media by Warner Bros. Animation
Please note our regular reviewer, “GregX,” is currently on sabbatical.

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Mini-Review: As expected Cyborg was basically the key to saving Halo from Granny Goodness. I liked the quick explanation as to how his Mobius Chair upgrades have affected him. Halo debuting her rainbow aura was fitting and did provide a solution to the whole Anti-Life Equation mess. I admit it kind of felt a bit of an anti-climatic ending to this entire ordeal, but it was a decent enough way to offer some closure for this big Darkseid arc.

I also liked seeing Beast Boy going up against Gretchen, the fight got a bit brutal at times but it was enjoyable seeing Gar come out on top. The Granny and Gretchen merging scene was creepy enough and it did provide a decent enough explanation as to how there were two of them running around at the same time. Overlord also got a slightly bigger role, which was kind of nice but I was a bit disappointed none of the Female Furies showed up again, especially Barda. But other than that, no real complaints I guess.

As promised, Superboy lets Granny know Savage helped them defeat her. :p

All in all, a good episode which also worked well as sort of an end to Halo’s arc, and with Cyborg deciding to join the Outsiders. I also liked how they featured some of the characters we haven’t seen in action for a while, like Wonder Girl. It wasn’t much but I enjoyed it.

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