Young Justice: Season 1, Volume Three
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Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis have become YOUNG JUSTICE - The Justice League's secret weapon against the forces of evil. The teen heroes will take on under-the-radar missions that would be impossible for the Justice League to handle covertly. Red Tornado will be their supervisor; Black Canary will be in charge of their training and Batman will hand out their assignments.]]>
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This show only gets better as the first season progresses so much layering, so much character development and so much well done action. That said, these releases are still fairly pointless, they could release a Season 1: Part 1 blu by now with special features and then release the second half later with more but instead we just get the episodes and nothing more when mots of us can tivo them.
I understand the marketing aspect and trying to rake in as much cash as they can, though I may not agree with it, but WB is just terrible at these volume releases. If they do want to continue these releases, as I've said before and will continue to say, they could really learn a lesson from Nickelodeon. The Last Airbender series is a key example, they broke those seasons up and released them with only 4 (and later 5 episodes per disc), but at least they included some basic extras. Those basic extras, 4-5 minute behind the scenes interviews and such, became much more in depth as the show gained popularity, including complete animatics, full episode commentaries, etc.Read more ›
BUT! I am NOT going to pay $34 total for all three sets just to have Season One!!!!!
Seriously people?? Hold out and wait for better packaging and don't buy into this extortion.
Volume 3 has four episodes (#9-12) from the first season, and features the kids facing Psimon (of the Fearsome Five), Lex Luthor, Ra's al Ghul, Sportsmaster, Cheshire, the villains at Belle Reve Penitentiary, and Red Tornado's "siblings" Red Torpedo and Red Inferno (yes, really!). The kids are also seen in their high school environments with cameo appearances from other DC teens like Mal Duncan and Karen Beecher (from the original Teen Titans), Wendy and Marvin, (yes, THAT Wendy and Marvin, but NO Wonderdog), and Bette Kane and Barbara Gordon. The only Special Feature is a Digital Comic Book reprint of a few pages and panels from Young Justice #0 that you can page through screen by screen. For those of you who don't collect comics, this particular issue takes place just before the end of Episode #2, so it's almost like watching storyboards of deleted scenes. Cool!
And for you folks who support this show and ALREADY have Volumes 1 and 2 on DVD, and only want Volume 3, then purchase this set, instead of Young Justice: Season One - Volumes 1, 2 & 3. That "package" combo set has the EXACT same 3 discs as the individual 3 volumes, with NO additional features. However, If you HAVEN'T bought any individual volumes yet, then by all means, the "package" set is the way to go.
Now for all those newbie collectors of the WB animated series who are all whining and complaining over and over again about Warner's marketing strategy of only releasing a few episodes at a time for a new series, well, this is nothing new!Read more ›
It's not a bad idea. As worthless as I think these little 4-episode, 90 minute DVD mini-releases are, if it weren't for them I wouldn't be watching "Young Justice."
But yes, to engage the broken record and beat the dead horse; this DVD is terrible. As with Volume One and Volume Two, you get all of four episode, commercials for bonus features (whatever those are. They include a digital issue of the comic "Young Justic," but don't even give you the entire issue.), and a total running time of 90 minutes. This means that, with 26 episodes total, collecting Season 1 of "Young Justice" will cost around a bunch of cash and clutter your house with six or seven DVD boxes. That is seriously old school. Remember when a box set for an anime took up half your bookshelf? That's what will happen if you pick up all of the individual Young Justice releases.
OK, rant over. So how are these four episodes? Pretty damn cool!Read more ›
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Great cartoon I just wish that Cartoon Network hadn't taken it off it would have been Special!Published 14 months ago by Michael
this is the best series that i have ever watched my boys and my husband watches it at least 10 times a weekPublished 22 months ago by Pen Name
Watched last year on the french network, these 5 episodes are totally incredible in terms of writing and animation. Read morePublished on April 10, 2013 by KOMIKMAN
If you love animation it a must have. It is a cartoon with character, I appreciate its clearly defined lines between the good guys and bad guys.Published on January 26, 2013 by Paul Williamson
I love this purchase and I would recommend it to any one to purchase this item for their fun and excitement!Published on January 1, 2013 by Bryant Green
I really like the Young Justice show. It seems to be geared more towards teenagers & adults, unlike Teen Titans (I did enjoy that as well). Read morePublished on September 19, 2012 by Nate
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