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YOUNG JUSTICE Season 3 Already Has 5 Episodes In The Can



It was previously revealed that the third season of Young Justice will go by Young Justice: Outsiders whenever it begins airing (or should I say streaming) on DC Entertainment's soon-to-be launched streaming platform. YJ: Outsiders will anchor the new platform alongside a live-action Teen Titan series.

Superboy voice actor Nolan North revealed the news at last week's Awesome Con in Washington, DC.

The first season of Young Justice consisted of 26 episodes while Young Justice: Invasion was comprised of 20 episodes. If Outsiders has a similar episode count, the third season might  already be  20 to 25% complete.


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Young Justice Season 3 Expected to Premiere in Late 2018



Responding to a fan who suggested Young Justice season 3 will air this time next year, series writer Greg Weisman replied that he only knew the window of time in which the show is set to return: fourth quarter of 2018.


While Weisman doesn’t offer a definitive date, he does confirm the show will come before the end of next year. Though that may be later than fans had hoped, it seems the series is taking a bit longer to produce than Titans (which is typical for an animated series). It seems that the as-yet-unnamed DC digital streaming service will kick off with Titans, which has already begun outfitting its cast with comic-accurate suits. So far, we’ve seen Robin’s costume from Titans, as well as Hawk and Dove outfits on the show.


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Young Justice Outsiders Episode 14 was so good.

- Big Barda: Fighting with Superman was great, but quick.

- Granny Goodness: Solid portrayal of the twisted concept of this character.

- Guy Gardner: Man, did they nail how annoying this character can be when he is singing about his a@@ in outer space.

- Hawkman and Hawkgirl: Low-key but still solid so far.

- 'Who watches the Watchmen' was an interesting mention. Could we see more?

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Went and purchased Young Justice Outsides on VUDU, as you get the first 13 episodes and the new episodes as they were added throughout the season.

Episode 7 'Evolution' with Vandal Savage's origin and how The Light came about is so solidly crafted. Including how the partnership with Darkseid occurred. And I love how this show brings together so many of the characters, villains and heroes, from decades of stories.

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The second half of Young Justice: Outsiders has been building toward a major confrontation at a neckbreaking speed, setting up the forces of the Justice League, the Light, and Apokolips on a collision course that could have major ramifications for the DC Universe. And in doing so, the series also included its first post-credit scene which has dire ramifications for the superheroes.


In this week's episode called "Unknown Factors," Aquaman and his recently revealed Atlantean boyfriend Wyynde attempt to rescue Nightwing and Black Lightning from the clutches of Granny Goodness, who is revealed to be working with the evil New God Overlord in their attempts to experiment on the X-Pit's Ghost Dimension.


With Nightwing and Black Lightning trapped within, the Altantean's make use of their magic protections to save their friends, though they are temporarily brainwashed when they escape. Granny Goodness attempts to destroy the group's Mother Box, which in turn summons the combined might of Cyborg and Halo to teleport to the rescue.


Now, remember that Cyborg has fused with the tech of a Father Box, while Halo herself is a living Mother Box — the original soul in her body died, but the energy of a dismantled Mother Box took over the corpse and became sentient. These characters are two sides of the same coin, and even Metron mentioned that Cyborg's new form was unlike anything he'd ever seen in his time as a New God.


Halo, in turn, inspired Granny Goodness because of her connection to the Source, from which both Mother and Father Boxes draw their powers. The two, joined by Beast Boy and Geo-Force, rescue their friends, and Halo uses her power to purge Nightwing and Black Lightning of their brainwashed influences.


Granny Goodness remarks that Halo used the "tongue of the Old Gods,"a fact that shocks her but also sparks its own revelation which leads directly into the the episode's conclusion. But the show doesn't end as the post-credits scene cuts back to Granny's house where she is meeting with none other than Darkseid. She tells him, "Good news, sire. Tonight I found the Anti-Life Equation."


The entire series has been building up to this moment, and even the episode titles have secretly been setting up Darkseid's quest to take over the universe via the Anti-Life Equation. With just five more episodes of Young Justice left, we'll likely see what it all means very soon.

Unfortunately with a Marvel-heavy attendance on this forum, folks are missing out. It's been quite steady and strong. And with The Outsiders introduced in The Brave & the Bold #200 (1st Katana, Halo, GeoForce) this could make for an interesting book to revisit.


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