Young Justice – Review

The Cartoon Network has previously taken on DC Comics superteams with the Justice League and Teen Titans.  Justice League Unlimited was the last installment of Paul Dini’s run at the helm of the DC Animated Universe, and it was a relatively mature and serious take on the superhero genre, while Teen Titans was much more lighthearted.  The latest adaptation of the DC Universe on that network is Young Justice, which is loosely based on the comic book of the same name, but also has many elements of recent Teen Titan comics, as well as some original characters and interpretations. Judging from the first six episodes which all serve to introduce the main characters on the team, the show is off to a good start, especially for teen viewers…  Read the rest of this review and the first nine episode of Young Justice at: www.PlayerAffinity.com


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Playwright/ Video Game Journalist/ Theatre Critic/ Actor New York City · charlesbattersby.com
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