Jla world without grown ups
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JLA: World Without Grown-Ups (1998) #1
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"World Without Grown-Ups": Matthew Stuart is a spoiled brat throwing a fit on his 13th birthday. He's upset when his dad gives him an ancient.
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Billy Batson attempts to transform into Captain Marvel, but when he says, "Shazam! Billy makes his way to the adult world and tells the Justice League what happened. When he mentions the disturbances at Happy Harbor , the League races to their old headquarters, where they discover Bedlam has trapped Captain Marvel to use his child-like imagination and wisdom of Solomon to create the second world for the adults. Meanwhile, Robin , Superboy and Impulse battle Bedlam in the kid world. Bedlam keeps using the heroes' thoughts to create challenges for them, and Impulse has a hard time clearing his mind. Eventually, he gets the idea to continuously tell Bedlam to reset, as if he were a video game.
How much more so then, when the idea is to build a superhero team that will stand out from the seething masses that already exist? In the mids a fresh batch of sidekicks and super-kids started cropping up at DC after some years of thematic disfavour, and as the name and modus operandi of the Teen Titans was already established something new needed to be done with them. But why were kid crusaders back at all? Every mission would feel like going out clubbing with your dad…. Although pitched as a Justice League miniseries World Without Grown-Ups was really a commercially-loaded vehicle intended to introduce the new teen super-team, Young Justice , where teen issues and traditional caped crusading could be seamlessly blended with high-octane adventure and deft, daft home-room laughs. The planetary guardians the Justice League can only wait helplessly in some other existence as all the underage heroes left on Earth try to cope with the wave of idiocy and irresponsibility trying to cope with the spiralling disasters caused by a dearth of doctors, drivers, pilots and so forth.