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  • Actors: Jesse Mccartney, Khary Payton, Jason Spisak, Nolan North, Danica Mckellar
  • Producers: Sam Register, Brandon Vietti, Greg Weisman
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Animated, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: October 25, 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005I4HNUI
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #109,545 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Animated DC Universe cartoon series for a new generation starring ROBIN, AQUALAD, KID FLASH, SUPERBOY, MISS MARTIAN and ARTEMIS . Combined these six teenage heroes are YOUNG JUSTICE the JUSTICE LEAGUE’s secret weapon against the forces of evil. Based out of THE CAVE, the teen heroes will take on under-the-radar missions that would be impossible for the League proper (with its incandescent star-power) to handle covertly. In addition, these kids are in constant training to take their place alongside the great heroes. RED TORNADO will be their supervisor; BLACK CANARY will be in charge of their training, and BATMAN will hand out their assignments. And of course, Young Justice will push their missions, often turning a simple assignment from Batman into something much larger, often discovering that what they’ve been tasked to do is just the tip of the iceberg.

Customer Reviews

If you love animation it a must have.
Paul Williamson
This is a terrible, terrible DVD that you should never buy, and you should refuse to support these kinds of cheap business practices from the WB.
Zack Davisson
You can watch an individual episode & know what is going one, but when you watch the whole season together you can see the over arcing story.
Nate

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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Reconnecting To My Childhood on September 17, 2011
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. They had better release a full season set in HD with special features when the first season finishes airing. If until that time they want to send out these standard definition 4 episode volumes with no extras whatsoever to try and snag up more profit from unknowing parents or younger purchasers who may not know better, or know of the ability to now watch these shows online, then I can't stop them, obviously.

However, 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. Then in an effort to force fans to double dip later they would package all those releases together, extras included, and add even more new features (on one occassion four all new commentaries on the finale) while charging a much more reasonable price.

WB, with many of its animted series, seems to think this market is purely for children and just tosses out standard definition episodes as if they still cannot be attained any other way. This isn't the nineties or even the early 2000's, there is no justifiable reason to purchase episodes alone in low quality. With todays digital age these episodes can be bought digitally much cheaper or even found online for free in the same quality they broadcast.

Come on WB get your act together and put in at least a minimal amount of effort.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By NF TOP 50 REVIEWER on October 30, 2011
This DVD contains only four 23-minute episodes, which, as far as I'm concerned, means it's not worth the money. If you buy these DVDs individually, rather than wait for the release of the full season, you'll end up paying nearly double the overall cost. What the studio is doing, as they've done with their other animated shows, is unconscionable and unjustifiable, and I strongly recommend that you not give them your money until they release the full season.

If I were to rate the content rather than the studio greed, I would give this release four stars. The team is starting to gel and it feels as though the writers are getting a bit more comfortable with the characters, the personalities, and the interactions. There is still a bit of clumsiness here and there, and Kid Flash is still a bit too unlikeable for my taste, but you can definitely see some possibilities.

If you want to view the content now rather than wait, do what I did and rent it or stream it.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Zack Davisson HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 10, 2011
After seeing Young Justice Season One Volume One, I was looking forward to catching more of this show. Some of the characterization was off, but I liked the mix of the young superheroes with the Justice League, and this looked like a good chance to explore some corners of the DC Universe that I hadn't seen done in an animated series. (Although where is Wonder Woman? Seriously, why is she not on this show?)

Unfortunately, in Season One Volume Two the show takes a downturn. I don't know how old the writers are, but they can't seem to see teenagers as anything other than petulant brats. For all the mentoring they have received at the hands of older, wiser heroes, the Young Justice group causes more problems than they solve just by their constant whining and temper tantrums.

Kid Flash in particular is poorly handled. Not only can do the writers not seem to understand his powers--he can run really fast but he can't dodge a punch? Since when can a Flash not dodge a punch? --but he is continually stuck in immature, girl-chaser mode. The Kon-El/Superman dynamic is a little more interesting, as Superman doesn't want to take responsibility for this illegal clone struck from his DNA. The two female characters, Miss Martian and Artemis, get to be the least of the "petulant brat syndrome," but they seem to really only be concerned about which boy on the team they are going to hook up with. I thought they were doing something interesting with the last DVD by taking Robin out of the leadership role, but I see know they were just taking turns.

The writers seriously need to change the way they are handling these characters. The rest of the series is so cool. Dr Fate's Tower! Klarion the Witch Boy! Bruce Wayne and Clark Kent going out to a cheap diner for pie!
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ZhiMei on December 1, 2011
I was a little doubtful about this series when I first saw previews, but each episode amazes me with its writing and it's proven to be pretty dark, not at all the kid's show I was expecting when I heard "teenage sidekicks forming their own team." Compared to other teenage superhero cartoons, this is fantastic.

As for one of the other reviewers talking about what big babies the characters are, uhh, HELLO, that's kind of what the show is about. They're a bunch of kids. They're learning life lessons. What a concept. Their faults and how they overcome them are exactly what makes the show so worth watching.
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