Fish people thruples & critiques of the space prison system abound as DC‘s Young Justice animated series returns on HBO Max to conclude its 4th season. Guests that helped me cover the first half of this season have returned to update our DCAU mood boards with the Emerald Empress and some Fourth World worthy art.
Dr. Khaliden Nas is a writer & researcher with a PhD in Media and Culture Studies from the University of Sussex. His work explores the realities of queer subjectivity, self-conception, otherness and the intersections of culture and identity. https://twitter.com/alsopurp
Nathaniel Hubbard, or Hub, is a podcaster and writer. He is the co-host and producer of Titan Up the Defense a podcast where he and his brother cover Teen Titans and Defenders comics in chronological order. https://twitter.com/ttwasteland_
PS. Dick Grayson clearly picked up all the red yarn Hub had to throw away when his Cameleon Lad conspiracy theory fell apart. But has Khaliden cooked up a whole new theory for Beast Boy’s corgi? “Name a shapeshifter— that’s who it is.”
Queen Perdita has been kidnapped! Mysterious armored assailants have snatched the Vlatavan royal out from beneath Bowhunter Security, leaving Green Arrow and Black Canary poisoned and comatose in the process! Now a rallying cry echoes around the globe, and across super-teams, to band together and rescue Perdita! Continuing the story of Young Justice: Phantoms, now streaming on HBO MAX, is the six issue, digital first Young Justice: Targets.
Written by Young Justice: Phantoms showrunner Greg Weisman with art by storyboard artist Christopher Jones, Young Justice: Targets will be available in comic shops on July 26. DC Universe Infinite subscribers will have early access to the digital first comic, as Young Justice: Targets #1 will debut on the premium digital subscription service on June 14. Plus, each issue includes a bonus story detailing previously unseen adventures from past seasons of Young Justice!
Debuting July 26, the debut issue features a variant cover by Meghan Hetrick and a 1:25 variant cover by Travis Mercer. New issues will be available on DC Universe Infinite for 30 days before they are available in comic shops.
Down & Out on M’arzz and Atlantis to coverYoung Justice Season 4, episodes 1-13 which aired on HBO.
“A PowerPoint being given in pocket dimension” – Hub
“That was the moment I added [Onyx] to my Mood Board.” – Dr. Khaliden Nas
Dr. Khaliden Nas is a writer & researcher with a PhD in Media and Culture Studies from the University of Sussex. His work explores the realities of queer subjectivity, self-conception, otherness and the intersections of culture and identity. https://www.alsopurple.com/ and https://twitter.com/alsopurp
Nathaniel Hubbard, or Hub, is a podcaster and writer. He is the co-host and producer of Titan Up the Defense a podcast where he and his brother cover Teen Titans and Defenders comics in chronological order (which is absolutely one of my comfort listens and fucking hilarious). and What the Duck?! A Podcast Most Fowl (But with a “W” Cause He’s a Duck) That’s the Full Name of the Show, and a writer for Garden Plots With Skeletor, where he also plays Mer-Man. Listen to Titan Up the Defense podcast or bug Hub at https://twitter.com/ttwasteland_
Today at DC FanDomeYoung Justice fans were finally given their first look at the highly-anticipated fourth season, Young Justice: Phantoms.
In true Young Justice fashion, the trailer was action-packed and full of surprises – with the biggest surprise coming in the end when it was announced that the first two episodes of Young Justice: Phantoms are now streaming on HBO Max.
Following this surprise drop, new episodes will be available every Thursday (beginning 10/21), streaming exclusively on HBO Max.
Based on characters from DC, Young Justice: Phantoms is produced by Warner Bros. Animation. Greg Weisman, Brandon Vietti and Sam Register serve as executive producers.
Young Justice fans who couldn’t wait for season four were more than just “whelmed” at DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse on Saturday, September 12, by not only the show’s panel with the cast and producers, but also a special table read of a brand-new Young Justice episode performed by the series voice cast — and the reveal of the title to the new season.
During the Young Justice panel, executive producers Greg Weisman and Brandon Vietti exclusively confirmed the official title for the highly anticipated fourth season as Young Justice: Phantoms. Prior to this announcement, select members of the voice cast — including Jason Spisak, Khary Payton, Stephanie Lemelin, Nolan North, Denise Boutte, Danica McKellar and Crispin Freeman — teamed up for a virtual table read of a special original episode titled Young Justice: FanDome. Season 3.9. Episode 1. “The Prize.” Written by Weisman, the script provided an early glimpse into the new season by setting up events that eventually play out further in Young Justice: Phantoms.
Based on characters from DC, Young Justice: Phantoms is executive produced by Weisman and Vietti along with Sam Register (Teen Titans GO!). Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, the first three seasons of Young Justice are available on DC UNIVERSE.