The beloved Young Justice animated show isn't the only thing making a comeback — the original teen team-up comic itself is making a return to shelves, headlining a new comics imprint curated by Brian Michael Bendis.
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Young Justice fans were happily surprised to hear Warner Bros. would be continuing the animated series from Greg Weisman and Brandon Vietti after its supposed end back in 2013. At Comic-Con today we learned more about what to expect from the unexpected third season, which is set to air on the newly-revealed DC Universe streaming service.
Very few things in the world excited us as much as the news that the cruelly truncated Young Justice would be returning for a third season in 2018 on a new DC streaming service. The announcement was light on details, but thanks to a crowded early morning panel at San Diego Comic-Con we now know that the season will be 26 episodes long and introduce three new members of the team.
There are a lot of things from the movies and TV shows making their way into the comics these days, since both influence each other in an endless marketing cycle. This list is about characters who, these days, are important enough to the original comic book world they were spawned from that it's genuinely strange to think they weren't always there.
Last week, the world of DC animation was blown wide open with the news that the beloved Young Justice would be making a return to our screens, years after it was cancelled. People -- including us -- flipped the hell out. But if you're not sure why this news is so exciting, or why the animated series is so special, please allow us to explain.
After years of hoping and begging, it's finally happening. Warner Bros. has officially announced that the beloved DC animated series Young Justice, which came to a close three years ago, will return for a third season. No, you did not just enter an alternate reality where all your dreams have come true. This is actually happening.