Teenage superheroes strive to prove themselves as members of the Justice League.Teenage superheroes strive to prove themselves as members of the Justice League.Teenage superheroes strive to prove themselves as members of the Justice League.
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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. —Kenneth Chisholm (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Better than Teen Titans
This series has most of my favorite DC Comics characters whether it be from Young Justice or the Justice League. The show unlike Teen Titans' TV-Y7 rating is rated TV-PG which promises more mature themes and better action sequences. My favorite Young Justice member is Robin followed By Speedy. Robin is my favorite member because I'm a huge fan of the superheroes that Batman regularly teams up with and the super villains that he regularly fights. Not just the storyline is better than Teen Titans, so is the animation. The animation reminds me of the straight to DVD PG-13 movie Justice League: Crisis On Two Earths. The action, the comedy, the characters, and the animation are all top-notch.
- Dec 29, 2010
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