Nothing wrong with it,but its an origins story and they asked people who actually knows and cares about the originals,Wondercon is full of people who actually care about the comic books, the artists,in fact Wondercon has more artists in the Artists Alley than San Diego Comi Con where they actually getting pushed out. While SDCC is pop culture con than a comic con the answer will be the current Young Justice Lineup. IMHO I think the origin story should be the original lineup,with a followup introducing the Judas Contract of Tera and Deathstroke in that lineup minus Speedy and Aqualad,adding Beast Boy,Raven,and Firestar.
I think that should be Starfire, not Firestar, lol. Marvel will definitely sue them otherwise.
But I'm sure it was just a typo, as you know your comic books, Gotenks... a genuine comic book fan who doesn't rely on Wikipedia to feign the depth of his knowledge on the matter is a rarity these days.
To actually mention the legendary Judas Contract is worthy of respect, in my book. That event is by far the masterpiece of the Marv Wolfman-George Perez team-up. It's actually even better than their more popular work, Crisis on Infinite Earths. That Wolfman-Perez run on the series was truly epic. In the early eighties, only two continuing titles carried the comic book industry: Wolfman and Perez's New Teen Titans, and Chris Claremont's Uncanny X-Men. Wolfman and Perez were a solid team throughout their run. Claremont had help from Alan Davis, John Byrne, Art Adams, Barry Windsor-Smith, and Mark Silvestri.
Alas, forgive me for blabbering. You mentioning "Judas Contract" brought back memories of a time when I was a young lad who can't afford a single issue of a comic book, and I had to ask my uncle to drive me to Filbars' main branch at New York St. Cubao so that I can browse through the pages of the most recent releases. Also, for anyone similarly aged as I, if you noticed the comic books with missing plastic covers on the shelves of National Bookstore branches, I was most probably the culprit.
Thank you for bringing me back to those years, bro.