Hey O&G fans, the wait is over and Young Justice season 3 is finally here! We first met Young Justice’s team of sidekicks almost ten years ago, they were still side kicks trying to be independant heroes of their own. Young Justice gave each of its young heroes arcs of personal growth and evolution. The stories made it clear why certain characters simply had to figure out who they were outside of their relationships with the Justice Leaguers.
Now fast forward two years after the REACH Invasion was stopped, the team goes through another change. NightWing takes a break from the team leaving Aqua-Lad (now Aqua Man) to lead the team. The team has added members as well as lost some ( Kid Flash-Dead which resulted in Artimis retiring). The Young team also now shares the watch tower with the rest of the Justice League, giving them access to everything and everyone.
Season 3 starts with an unresolved issue from Season 2, Meta human trafficking. Children are still being abducted and used in experiments to bring out their meta gene, so they can be sold as weapons to the highest bidder. Nightwing has been investigating and shutting down facilities on his own with help from Oracle, but needs extra help to find the real source. So he recruits former members of both JLA YJ for his mission.
After the first 3 eps. I feel they are taking this series down a darker path than the first 2 seasons and so far they are doing an awesome job. Betrayal, loss, and minor defeats, each member of the team is being tested. I don’t want give too much away because it is worth the watch. In the first episode alone you can see more than few side stories developing that are episodes themselves. Overall the series is off to a good start. My next review will be after episode 12 half way through the season to see if it keeps the same pace.
By Sean Tucker
Hey O & G readers. DC Comics has just released the official tie-in story comic book for Young Justice: Outsiders. Created exclusively for DC UNIVERSE, two 10-page chapters of a Young Justice: Outsiders prequel comic book are available now on DC UNIVERSE. The prequel chapters bridge the gap between the second and third seasons of the show and are written by series producer Greg Weisman with art by Christopher Jones. They are being released today and tomorrow January 2 & 3 leading up to the series debut on January 4. Young Justice: Outsiders is produced by Warner Bros. Animation. Brandon Vietti (Batman: Under the Red Hood, Superman Doomsday) and Greg Weisman (Star Wars Rebels, Gargoyles) serve as producers. Sam Register (Teen Titans Go!) is executive producer.
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DareDevil season 3 is set to release October 19th
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The first official look at Alice Eve in character as Mary Walker/Typhoid Mary in Netflix's Iron Fist season 2 has been revealed.
Posted on the official Iron Fist Instagram account, the two images show Eve in a black bodysuit and wielding a knife. The images appear to be stills from the Iron Fist season 2 footage shown at Comic-Con International: San Diego in July.
Check it out:
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