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Young Justice 2 Seasons 2010

Season 1
(176) IMDb 8.5/10

1. Independence Day: Part One TV-NR CC

In the premiere, Robin, Speedy, Aqualad and Kid Flash are finally granted access to the headquarters of the Justice League. Do they have what it takes to be teenage super heroes?

Jesse McCartney, Khary Payton
23 minutes
Original air date:
November 26, 2010

Available to watch on supported devices.

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Season 1

Product Details

Genres Drama, Romance, Adventure, Action
Director Jay Oliva
Starring Jesse McCartney, Khary Payton
Supporting actors Jason Spisak, Rene Auberjonois, George Eads, Crispin Freeman, Bruce Greenwood, Phil LaMarr, Stephanie Lemelin, Yuri Lowenthal, Nolan North, Kevin Michael Richardson, Keith Szarabajka, Alan Tudyk
Season year 2012
Network Warner Bros.
Producers Sam Register, Brandon Vietti, Greg Weisman, David Wilcox
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Kyle Shultz on April 13, 2012
Don't be fooled - this is NOT the new Teen Titans. Not that there was anything wrong with that show, mind, but this program is decidedly not geared solely toward the younger generation. This is true despite the fact that it revolves around teenaged superheroes. For one thing, the adult Justice League is never far away from the action. Batman makes frequent appearances, Black Canary is the team's trainer, Captain Marvel is practically a member, and there's a slew of cameos by virtually every other prominent hero in the DC universe (and quite a few of the lesser-known ones). So if you were disappointed that "Justice League Unlimited" was being replaced by a show with a younger cast of characters, don't be.

Unlike many other shows featuring teenaged characters, Young Justice actually makes good on its promise to show growth and character development in its cast. We see these kids struggling with realistic, believable issues as they seek to become worthy of the Justice League. Yes, there is some romance, but it's handled in a refreshingly subtle fashion. The humor is almost always spot-on. And aside from the characters, the plot is incredible. There's a strong emphasis on an overall story arc in which the stakes get higher every week - especially as we learn that nearly all our beloved young heroes have big secrets. There's an air of darkness to Young Justice, though I wouldn't say it ever quite gets oppressive enough to cost the show its family-friendly label. The drama is quickly building towards a climax that will shake the whole universe in which the show is based. So I recommend you start catching up now - you won't be sorry.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By MacJunegrand on August 4, 2014
Format: Blu-ray
If you've been on the internet long enough, you probably already know this due to it being talked about in every comments section in existence, but Young Justice was:
a) a fantastic show and
b) unfairly cancelled

The reasons for cancellation are, as usual, sad. Something involving not enough sales of action figures and nothing to do with audiences, which loved the series. It's a sad state of affairs, but it wouldn't be the first time it happens (It happened to Green Lantern: The Animated Series, for instance), and it won't be the last. It's another product of a studio making all the right decisions at choosing who makes a series and all the wrong ones at choosing what to take into account when deciding to renew it. Makes me realize how lucky Justice League was.

Anyway, Young Justice (based on the comic book by the same name), as it's most likely spoiled by its title, stars a bunch of young DC superhero sidekicks, who band together to fight crime after a series of circumstances makes them realize how well they work on a team. Robin, Aqualad and Kid Flash expect to join their mentors (Batman, Aquaman and Flash, respectively and duh!) in the Justice League, but they feel dissapointed when they realize they won't be joining the team after all. Decided to prove their worth, they take on a mission that proves harder than it seems, where they meet an imprisoned clone of Superman in his teens, who they free from his captors and welcome to their group.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Poshu Oshu on April 3, 2011
i'm pretty leary about animated superhero stuff these days the days of justice league and batman beyond are far behind us and darn near everything is marketed to kids. (read 14 or under) and winds up being stupid. this actualy takes an interesting take on the teen titans from the point of view of the sidekicks themselves and actually makes the big leagers out to be kind of jerks. especially superman. they used the newer version of superboy where he's a clone of superman, no word yet on if he's half supes and half lex but it's trending in that direction his powers are different than superman and mostly his comic powers minus the tactile telekenesis which was kinda silly anyway. kid flash is wally west which is a weird choice but he was at one point. it looks like robin is dick grayson but they're using the tim drake template. more detective, more awsome gadgets, less acrobatics and fighting skill. which is fine it's a great way to go. just it's tim, not dick.

the aqualad they came up with is seriously awsome and making him the leader of the group is a smart choice, we've been overloaded with robin and batman in recent years. so rather than derailing a show to use the character more like marvel's been doing with wolverine they use robin to introduce new characters, unless you've read the comics superboy is probably pretty alien to most. and miss martian is as obscure as they come so good job using her and using her well.

the storylines in the show are actually worth watching and while they've dragged out the tired idea of a team member's possible betrayal with the new green arrow sidekick. everything else is pretty fresh for an animated series, dr amazo's robot, cobra, a good episode featuring dr. fate, i beleive also the lady sheiva but they never call her that.
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