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Young Heroes In Love #6

You'll Never Walk Alone Into The Furnace Of Unstable Molecules!

Sex, Lies, and Betrayal!

Writer: Dan Raspler

Guest Pencilier: Sergio Cariello

Inker: Keith Champagne

Editor: Dan Thorsland

Letter: Bill Oakley / N.J.Q

Colorist: Scott Baumann

Asst. Editor: Ali Morales

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The story so far:

Hard Drive, the overly dedicated leader of the new super-team called Young Heroes, is a little too zealous about his vision for the future - so much that he is apt to brainwash his friends into seeing things his way. Like when he forced Bonfire into the arms of Thunderhead. Thunderhead, meanwhile, has a huge crush on Bonfire, and loves the fact that she's smarter than he is. Frostbite dosen't care who is smarter, and dosen't know exactly what Hard Drive is up to, but he's so obsessed with the way Bonfire makes him feel that he dosen't even want to talk about it. Off-Ramp is disgusted with Frostbite's attitude, and is starting to fight Hard Drive's conditioning. Junior, the Man of Several Inches, wants desperately to get closer to Zip-Kid, but she's so excited to be on the team she can't even think straight. And besides, she's got a serious boyfriend.
And Monstergirl? Well, Monstergirl's pulling the strings. Just look at the cover! - YHIL Lettercolumn

Plot Summary:

What a swell issue we have this month kids! The gang recovers from the wacky power fluctuations from GENESIS, and settles back into their normal routine. Meanwhile, not far away, the good children of P.S. Seventy-Five are being threatened by a gang of costumed villany calling themselves the RATPACK. It's team on team action in the first ever major multi-page punch up for the Young Heroes! But don't close that cover yet Kids! There's more! After the fight, that's when the action really starts! All leading up to one of the best shocker endings in recent comics! Can the Young Heroes beat the bad guys and save the day? You bet they can!

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