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Young Justice

Young Justice



'Young Justice' is a series produced by Warner Bros. Animation and based upon the characters from DC Comics.

In 'Young Justice', being a teenager means proving yourself over and over—to peers, parents, teachers, mentors and, ultimately, to yourself.

But what if you’re not just a normal teenager? What if you’re a teenage super hero? How much harder will it be to prove yourself in a world of super powers, super villains and super secrets? Are you ready to come of age in such a world? Are you ready for life or death rites of passage? Are you ready to join the ranks of the great heroes and prove you’re worthy of the Justice League?

The members of Young Justice—Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis — are about to find out. (Source: DC Universe: The Source)

Episode Info

Prev: 2x20 -- Endgame (Mar/16/2013)


Young Justice defeats Black Beetle and The Reach, but discover the aliens' failsafe plan... to destroy Earth. Meanwhile, the Leagues face justice on the planet Rimbor.


Cast
Stephanie Nicole LemelinStephanie Nicole Lemelin
voiced Artemis
Stephanie Nicole LemelinStephanie Nicole Lemelin
voiced Artemis
Danica McKellarDanica McKellar
voiced Miss Martian / M'gann M'orzz
Danica McKellarDanica McKellar
voiced Miss Martian / M'gann M'orzz
Nolan NorthNolan North
voiced Superboy / Connor Kent
Nolan NorthNolan North
voiced Superboy / Connor Kent
Khary PaytonKhary Payton
voiced Aqualad / Kaldur'ahm
Khary PaytonKhary Payton
voiced Aqualad / Kaldur'ahm
Jason SpisakJason Spisak
voiced Kid Flash / Wally West
Jason SpisakJason Spisak
voiced Kid Flash / Wally West

Reviews

mtm2

Reviews: 1
Pretty decentRating: 3 likes, 1 dislikes

I'm looking forward to this series greatly. The tone is more adult than 'Teen Titans', there were no silly anime moments. The art is on par with late Justice League episodes and some of the Batman / Superman animated movies. Characters are a little immature (except for Aqualad) but still very capable superheroes. The adult heroes are sadly cast as the "we know better than you" antagonists but manage to calm down at the end of the intro 2-parter. Read more

Review posted on Thursday, December 2nd 2010 at 2:47 am

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Recaps
2x20: Endgame recap: On Rimbor, the Tribune calls the Justice League forward and asks them if they are finished with their defense. Icon, acting as their attorney, says that they're done. When he realizes that they're not going to bribe him, the Tribune declares them guilty on all counts. As the League is taken away, Miss Martian, Superboy, and Adam Strange arrive to tell Icon and Hawkman that they have evidence clearing the League members. Icon tells them that they're too late... read more.

2x19: Summit recap: In a cavern in Santa Prisca, Black Beetle and Deathstroke enter from opposite sides and nod to each other. Their respective groups, The Reach and The Light, enter the cavern. Vandal and the Ambassador greet each other, and Black Beetle insists that everyone remove their masks. Black Manta reluctantly does so, while the undercover Artemis worries to Aqualad that they're in over their heads... read more.

2x18: Intervention recap: On Warworld, Black Beetle continues to fight Mongul. Green Beetle appears and joins forces with Black Beetle to reimprison Mongul in a stasis cell. They then go to get the crystal key only to discover that it's been taken. The two Beetles prepare to guard the key chamber, although Black Beetle complains that the Reach Ambassador isn't interested in confronting the League directly. All they can do is patrol the chamber's perimeter since the League is inside... read more.

2x15: War recap: On Rimbor, Superman speaks before the galactic court, defending his comrades. He insists that they never attacked Rimbor, insisting that they were under mind control. The prosecutor, Galet Dasim, doesn't believe it, while the spectators wonder why the defendants haven't paid the bribes and cleared themselves. Superman admits that he doesn't know why Vandal Savage sent them there to attack Rimbor... read more.

2x14: Runaways recap: At STAR Labs in Taos, Virgil trains with his electrical powers until he finally demands a break. Dr. Wilcox gives Virgil and the others take a break and overheard Ed Dorado arguing with his father, scientist Eduardo Dorado Sr. Eduardo Sr. thinks that his son developed teleportation powers because of his own work with Zeta Beam technology, but Ed demands a cure. His father blames him, saying that none of it would have happened if Ed hadn't run away from home to find him. Ed walks out and his four friends invite him to lunch. As they go, Tye Longshadow complains that he can't take much more of the place and Virgil says that they're busting out that night... read more.
Recurring Guests

Masasa Moyo as Bumblebee / Cat Grant / Scientist (32 eps)
Bruce Greenwood as Batman (30 eps)
Nolan North as Zatara (29 eps)
Kevin Michael Richardson as Martian Manhunter (25 eps)
Crispin Freeman as Red Arrow (25 eps)
Eric Lopez (2) as Blue Beetle (25 eps)
Phil LaMarr as Aquaman / Dubbilex (23 eps)
Vanessa Marshall as Black Canary (20 eps)
Yuri Lowenthal as Icicle Jr. (17 eps)
Khary Payton as Black Manta (16 eps)

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Type: Animation
Genres: Animation General, Super Heroes
Status: Ended
Airs: Saturdays at 10:30 am
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: November 26, 2010
Ended: March 16, 2013
Episodes Order: 26
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