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From left to right: Artemis, Robin Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian & Aqualad.

Young Justice is an animated series based on DC comics’ various “sidekick” heroes. The series follows the adventures of Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis, all of whom have been recruited by Batman to act as the Justice League’s covert-ops team. The series was developed and is produced by Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman.

The series is not an exclusive adaptation of the DC comic title of the same name but rather draws from all across over seventy years of DC canon, particularly the original Teen Titans, the Justice League of America as well as the original Young Justice comic series.

The series premiered on the 26th of November 2010 with a one hour movie.

Cast Members

The following Gargoyles cast members will appear in Young Justice. They are listed in alphabetical order.

Both Gargoyles and Young Justice were voice directed by Jamie Thomason.

Comic book tie in

In January 2011, the first issue of a monthly spin-off comic, in continuity to the series, was released. #0 was written by Greg Weisman and Kevin Hopps. #1-6 was written by Art Baltazar & Franco Aureliani. The art for #1-4 was provided by Mike Norton. Art, Franco and Mike also produced a YJ story for Young Justice/Batman: The Brave and The Bold Super Sampler which was released for Free Comic Book Day of May 7, 2011.

Christopher Jones did the art for #5 and became the book's regular artist from then on.[1].

Greg Weisman and Kevin Hopps returned to writing for the comic full time as of #7, while having advised Art, Franco and Mike in terms of keeping #1-6 consistent with the continuity.[2]

Collected Material

  • Young Justice Volume 1: (Reprints #0-6) January 11, 2012[3]

References to Gargoyles in Young Justice

Snapper Carr on Halloween as... Edmund Tsabard?!
Goliath and Ra's al Ghul are healed but not whole.
  • In the episode "Revelation", Wotan shouts "fulminos venite!" before firing a bolt of lightning. This was a favorite incantation of the Archmage as well as Mysterio's in The Spectacular Spider-Man.
  • Also in the episode "Revelation", when The Team is listing what Kobra-Venom has done, Superboy adds "And upgrade Wolf", referring to his pet in the context of the show, but may possibly be a reference to Wolf and what happens to him in the episode "Upgrade".
  • In the episode "Humanity", Red Tornado says that he is not sure if the Team's words are accurate, but they may be true. This is reminiscent of King Arthur Pendragon's line "all things are true... few things are accurate" in "Rock & Roll".
  • One of Zatanna's spells ("Erif nrub, nordluac elbbub") translates into "Fire burn, cauldron bubble", which is a quote from William Shakespeare Macbeth (Act Four, Scene One). This line was also used in the recreated scene of the play in the episode "City of Stone Part Three".
  • In the episode "Misplaced," Klarion says "team work is so overrated." Thailog said the same thing in "Sanctuary."
  • In issue #2, when Superboy breaks free from the illusion, he shouts, "None of this is real". This mirrors Goliath's scream "None of you are real" when he breaks free from his hallucinations in "Shadows of the Past".
  • In issue #15, when Miss Martian tries to take Ocean-Master's trident with telekinesis, he asks "What sorcery is this?". Goliath said the same thing when he saw his clan in stone sleep during the day, in "Awakening Part Two".

See also

The Flaming C. Sure he's canon, he's just always standing right off camera.

Episode Credits

Season One

Season Two