Review: ‘Young Justice: Outsiders’ Episode 22 – “Antisocial Pathologies”

“Antisocial Pathologies”
Writer: Rich Fogel
Director: Christopher Berkeley
Starring: Troy Baker, Greg Cipes, Zehra Fazal, Bruce Greenwood, Grey Griffin, Jesse McCartney, Khary Payton, Alyson Stoner, Deborah Strang, Tara Strong, Fred Tatasciore, Greg Weisman
Review by Philip Clark
EDITOR’S NOTE: Potential Spoilers Ahead!

“Take This, Just In Case”

There have been a lot of things happening in the background this season, but the episode Antisocial Pathologies starts bringing them all into the light. See what I did there?

Anyway, the real reason you’re all here. The review.

So… Dick Grayson is bedridden after his time in the clutches of Granny Goodness, which brings a number of his team-mates to his side, to support him. Jefferson realises what’s happening behind the scenes with Batman, the team, and the Justice League, and he’s not at all happy about it. He’s also not afraid of putting Bruce, and Kaldur in their places, which makes for a great scene.

Yet another fully character and plot driven episode. The writers of Young Justice are taking things to the next level and I’m very happy to be taken along for the ride!

“She’s The Answer To The Anti-Life Equation”

Things are starting to heat up on both sides, the good and the bad.

Dr. Jace finally came clean about her intentions with the Markovs. The fact that she was working with Ultra Humanite came as a little bit of a shock, even though I’ve had my doubts about her for a while now. I’m glad it all came out this episode, and that we finally learned her slightly complicated plan. All thanks to Granny Goodness and her plot to create the anti-life equation using Halo.

While all this was going on, Barbara gave Bruce her thoughts on the whole Jefferson situation. She didn’t give him an easy time either.

Conclusion

“Antisocial Pathologies” was yet another fantastic episode.

Things are really starting to get to the good part of the season. When everything comes together in the final chapters. I love it when all the threads and plot lines come together and I can see whether or not my theories were right or not.

I look forward to seeing what the last few episodes bring!

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Philip Clark

An avid reader and writer. Dungeon diver and Dragon defeater. Love all things superhero. Favourite DC hero is definitely The Flash, closely followed by Nightwing. Writer and Reviewer for DKN. "Seven Times Down. Eight Times Up".