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Comics - comics with Slobo

December of 2001:

Young Justice #38

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

Story: Slobo’s first appearance. This comic book takes part of the “Last Laugh” crossover, but it doesn’t matter. The most important is that in the middle of the comic book Slobo appears: A clone of Li’l Lobo that is a little different from the original one. Firstly, the explanation about the several Li’l Lobos of the last edition: When Lobo turned to be a teenager again, his ability of creating clone reappeared; therefore, those several Li’l Lobos were his clones. In addition, we are informed that o Li’l Lobo turned to be Lobo adult again that all we know (thanks God!). Now, about this so-called Slobo: He is a clone that came “defective”. Besides having yellow eyes, he is less strong and less irrational than original Lobo. He goes on being a teenager and is together with the Young Justice. The only reason for the stories to be mentioned here is the fact he’s a clone of Lobo. Anyway, it was good they have created a "defective" clone to be together with Young Justice than to go on being humiliating Lobo the way they were doing with that “Li’l Lobo”.

January of 2002:

Young Justice #39

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

February of 2002:

Young Justice #40

Script, Art and Ink: It doesn’t matter. Lobo appears only on the cover... Actually, it was supposed to be Slobo, but the eyes are red...

March of 2002:

Young Justice #41

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

May of 2002:

Young Justice #43

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

June of 2002:

Young Justice #44

Script, Art and Ink: It doesn’t matter. Lobo appears only on the cover..

August of 2002:

Young Justice #46

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

September of 2002:

Young Justice #47

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

October of 2002:

Young Justice #48

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

November of 2002:

Young Justice #49

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

December of 2002:

Young Justice #50

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

January of 2003:

Young Justice #51

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker, Jaime Mendoza and Andrew Pepoy

February of 2003:

Young Justice #52

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

March of 2003:

Young Justice #53

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

April of 2003:

Young Justice #54

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

May of 2003:

Young Justice #55

Script: Peter David
Art: Todd Nauck
Ink: Lary Stucker

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