Young Justice: Outsiders Episode 7, DC Universe

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DC Universe continues the highly anticipated third season of Young Justice, with the latest installment of Outsiders, in Episode 7: Evolution, starring the voices of Jesse McCartney and Khary Payton. The superhero team is caught in the crossfire of a genetic arms race spanning the globe and the galaxy. 

In the darkness of outer-space, Vandal Savage and his daughter prepare for an immense battle. Flying ships are heading towards Earth and Vandal is the last line of defense. Vandal’s daughter starts to learn the tragic story of her immortal father.

Elsewhere, Brion, Forager, and Halo start their training as heroes. They are on the beach learning how to use their powers. They are starting to work together while Dr. Jace is having a romantic night drinking with Black Lightning.  

During the campfire, Nightwing reveals the legend of how the legend of the first metahuman. Unlike the other neanderthals, Vandal Savage was attracted to the falling meteorite that came crashing down. The meteorite infected him and gave him his immortal powers. 

During the battle, Vandal Savage realizes he needs to call in reinforcement. As the explosions continue, Vandal asks for Vandal to bring him more resources, or they will lose Earth forever. As the reinforcements come flying in, Vandal realizes who has been orchestrating this fight behind-the-scenes. 

Back on the beach, Brion decides to call himself Geo-Force, after everything laughs at his other name, Hot Lava. With their new costumes, Brion and Halo are showing signs of a mutual attraction. This keeps Brion distracted from the news that his royal brother will welcome refugees, not meahumans to Markhovia.   

Leaving his daughter in charge, Vandal Savage decides to take on his opponent by himself. It turns out Starro has been manipulating the brainwashed alien race to fight for its host. Vandal delivers the death blow after taking one too many times from Starro.

After the training session, Halo suddenly makes multiple copies of herself out of thin air. Nightwing still has no idea what to do with her. 

Young Justice: Outsiders continues on DC Universe.

By Jorge Solis