Young Justice (2010– )
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When the cave is attacked, can Artemis and Robin - the two teens without super-powers - save the Team (or even themselves) from the unknown invaders?

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Dick Grayson / Robin (voice)
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M'gann M'orzz / Miss Martian (voice)
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Conner Kent / Superboy / Clark Kent / Superman (voice)
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Kaldur'ahm / Aqualad (voice)
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Wally West / Kid Flash (voice)
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Bette Kane / Barbara Gordon (voice)
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When the cave is attacked, can Artemis and Robin - the two teens without super-powers - save the Team (or even themselves) from the unknown invaders?

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Artemis: Who are we fighting?
Robin: Don't know, but we're sitting ducks by the tubes. Head for the exit!
[They run for the exit and encounter a tidal wave]
Robin: Or not.
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Young Justice Theme
Written by Kristopher Carter, Michael McCuistion, and Lolita Ritmanis
Performed by Kristopher Carter, Michael McCuistion, and Lolita Ritmanis
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one of the best animated episodes ever
13 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

This is a standout.

1. Nonstop action

2. You don't need to know anything about backstory, it doesn't matter if you have seen the earlier episodes or not. Doesn't even matter if you know the characters or not

3. The writers were clearly on their game, pun intended. Not only do the good guys win at the very last minute, but in this case the "good guys" are the members of the team without superpowers, which means that there is actually a subliminal message in this one, and a decent message too

One of the problems with "infantalizing" a legacy story (to attract a new young audience in the current generation) is that you lose the flavor. Here is a good example of great writing overcoming that obstacle


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