Teenage superheroes strive to prove themselves as members of the Justice League.
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Series cast summary:
Jesse McCartney ...  Dick Grayson / ... 57 episodes, 2010-2019
Danica McKellar ...  Miss Martian / ... 57 episodes, 2010-2019
Nolan North ...  Conner Kent / ... 56 episodes, 2010-2019
Khary Payton ...  Kaldur'ahm / ... 54 episodes, 2010-2019
Stephanie Lemelin ...  Artemis Crock / ... 53 episodes, 2010-2019
Jason Spisak ...  Wally West / ... 43 episodes, 2010-2019
Bruce Greenwood ...  Bruce Wayne / ... 30 episodes, 2010-2019
Crispin Freeman ...  Roy Harper / ... 27 episodes, 2010-2019
Zehra Fazal ...  Violet Harper / ... 24 episodes, 2019
Masasa Moyo ...  Cat Grant / ... 24 episodes, 2011-2019
Troy Baker ...  Brion Markov / ... 23 episodes, 2019


Within the Justice League, its members' teen sidekicks push for full membership, but it's only after they successfully investigate Cadmus, in which find and free its secret young clone of Superman, Kon-El (Nolan North), is the League convinced. In response, the League organizes the teenagers into an apprentice team to both be trained and act on behalf of the League at their own pace. Now these teen superheroes, soon strengthened by more members, must battle the forces of evil in their own way, even as the mysterious cabal known only as The Light has a sinister agenda of their own. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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Don't call them sidekicks!


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Did You Know?


M,gann M'orse has a little brother named M'Comm M'orzz. He is first introduced in Season 3 attacking the native bug hives on New Genesis. See more »


La'gaan: Neptune's beard!
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Crazy Credits

The first letters of the Season 3 episodes form the phrase "Prepare the Anti-Life Equation". See more »


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User Reviews

Young Justice is the follow-up to the DC-Animated-Universe we all deserved.

Don't confuse this show with Teen Titans or anything like that; yes there are adolescent teens in this show discovering their potential like many other great kids shows on the market, like Avatar, Steven Universe, Adventure Time, DragonBall, The Legend of Korra and so-forth, but Young Justice is like a spiritual sequel to the Justice League & Justice League Unlimited cartoons from the 2000s and more. This cartoon is super kick-ass stuff! It's what superhero shows like Ultimate Spider-Man WANT to be, but struggle to find the right balance between entertainment and broadly appealing wisdom that kids and adults can enjoy in the same way. Young Justice masters that: it's got solid drama, nice splashes of humor throughout and of course some great action that shows this great team working some difficult stuff out.

This superhero fest gets 4.5/5 stars.

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Release Date:

26 November 2010 (USA) See more »

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Young Justice: Invasion See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago Illinois, USA

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