“Young Justice: Season One” Coming To Blu-ray, Warner Archive Collection San Diego Comic-Con 2014 Details

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has broke down the Warner Archive Collection events slated for San Diego Comic-Con 2014, and confirmed the upcoming release of Young Justice: Season One to Blu-ray. Details for the 26-episode first season release will be featured as part of the Warner Archive Collection “A Batman for All Seasons” panel, specific details of which can be found below. The San Diego Comic-Con convention is held every year, and focuses on a host of different genres and pop culture events. Young Justice was the acclaimed Cartoon Network animated series headlined by a diverse group of young DC Comics-based superhroes.

Official convention panel details for Warner Archive Collection can be found below. Click on the accompnaied image for a closer look.

Young Justice: Season One is on the way!

Trailers From Hell gurus Larry Karaszewski, Stuart Gordon and
Gargoyles creator Greg Weisman join Warner Archive Collection panels at Comic-Con

Trailers From Hell gurus Larry Karaszewski & Stuart Gordon and popular animation producer Greg Weisman have joined Warner Archive Collection for two unique panels this coming weekend at Comic-Con International.

Karaszewski, a Golden Globe-winning producer/writer renowned for work on Ed Wood, The People vs. Larry Flynt and Man on the Moon, and director/writer Gordon, whose notable resume includes Re-Animator and Masters of Horror, will take part in Warner Archive Collection presents Trailers From Hell Live! on Saturday, July 26 at 1:00pm in Room 25ABC.

A match made in classic movie heaven: the gurus of Trailers From Hell paired with the fan-centric trio of Warner Archive Collection podcasters, making a detailed, often humorous dissection of trailers from some of the great films in the fanboy spectrum. From SciFi and Horror to Action and Noir, you’ll get an interesting, hilarious education on current and upcoming releases in the WAC catalog and Warner Archive Instant from a panel that includes Karaszewski, Gordon, Academy Award-nominated screenwriter Josh Olson (A History of Violence) and the ever-informed WAC Podcast hosts George Feltenstein, Matthew Patterson and DW Ferranti.

Weisman, creator/producer of Gargoyles and producer of such notable series as Young Justice and the upcoming Star Wars Rebels, will now take part in the heralding of the Dark Knight’s many incarnations at Warner Archive Collection presents A Batman For All Seasons. The panel is slated for Sunday, July 27 at Noon in Room 7AB.

As Bat Mite so eloquently stated to the extra-dimensional Comic-Con bat-fans, “There is no one correct kind of Batman.” Weisman joins respected producer/author Michael Uslan (The Boy Who Loved Batman); producer James Tucker (Batman: The Brave and the Bold), producer/director Brandon Vietti (Young Justice), WAC Podcast hosts Matthew Patterson and DW Ferranti, and some potential surprise guests as they examine those “other” Batman iterations and oddities throughout history – from early films like “Public Defender” and the Filmation Batman cartoons to new versions of the character (Young Justice, Batman: The Brave and the Bold, Beware the Batman), the off-kilter takes (like the cult favorite “roast” of “Legends of the SuperHeroes”) and new media (motion comics like “Batman: Black and White,” “Batgirl: Year One” & “Batman Adventures: Mad Love”). And stick around – there might just be a special WAC announcement that will excite fans both “Young” and old.

San Diego Comic-Con 2014 will be located at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California, beginning with Preview Night on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 with the four days of the event running Thursday, July 24 through Sunday, July 27. 2014 marks the 45th year for the show, making it the longest continuously-run comics and popular arts convention.

Further convention schedule details can be found at the official San Diego Comic-Con website.

In Young Justice, teenage heroes Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis are tasked by the Justice League to act as their covert operations team. Armed with superior skills, weaponry and powers, the team must do battle against a wide array of villains from the DC Universe while trying to prove to themselves, and to their superhero mentors, that they too have what it takes to be a hero. The series, which ran for two seasons from 2010-2013, amassed a diverse, loyal fan-following. Further details on the series can be found at the The World’s Finest Young Justice subsite.

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“Beware The Batman,” “Young Justice,” DC Nation Nab Daytime Emmy Nominations

The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences today announced the nominees for the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, and a few DC Comics-inspired animated programs received nominations. Beware The Batman leads the pack with four nominations in total, three specifically for the episode “Secrets.” Young Justice and the DC Nation-branded animated shorts also nabbed one nomination each. The Daytime Emmy Awards recognizes outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production and are presented to individuals and programs broadcast from 2:00am – 6:00pm during the 2013 calendar year. Beware The Batman, Young Justice, and DC Nation all aired on Cartoon Network and amassed significant fanbases, despite troublesome scheduling issues and lengthy hiatuses.

The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony and awards presentation will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA on Sunday, June 22nd, 2014. Specific nomination details can be found below.

Outstanding Children’s Animated Program
Beware the Batman – “Secrets”
Cartoon Network
Executive Producer – Sam Register
Producers – Glen Murakami, Mitch Watson
Line Producer – Amy McKenna

Outstanding Casting for an Animated Series or Special
Beware the Batman Cartoon Network
Casting Director – Andrea Romano

Outstanding Directing in an Animated Program
Beware the Batman – “Secrets”
Cartoon Network
Supervising Director – Butch Lukic
Directors – Curt Geda , Sam Liu , Rick Morales
Voice Director – Andrea Romano

Outstanding Achievement in Main Title and Graphic Design
Beware the Batman – “Secrets”
Cartoon Network
Animation Supervisor – T.J. Sullivan

Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing – Animation
Young Justice
Cartoon Network
Re-Recording Mixer – Konrad Piñon

Outstanding Special Class – Short Format Daytime Program
Deadman – “Deadman Catch”
Cartoon Network
Executive Producer – Sam Register
Producer – Ben Jones
Written, Directed and Produced by – Carl Greenblatt

Six out of Cartoon Network’s ten total 2014 Daytime Emmy Awards nominations come from DC Comics-based programming. A complete listing of nominees can be found on the official 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards website.

The CG-animated series Beware The Batman is slated to return to Cartoon Network, after a lengthy seven-month hiatus, as part of it’s older audience-skewering Adult Swim programming counterpart starting Saturday, May 10th, 2014 at 3:00am (ET/PT). Young Justice, which ran for two seasons from 2010-2013, finished its 46-episode run on Cartoon Network last year. Both programs aired as part of the now defunct DC Nation hour-long programming block, which used to air weekend mornings on Carton Network. The block itself is now reduced to a banner name under which DC Comics-inspired short-form programming airs. These shorts currently air during the first commercial break following episodes of Teen Titans Go!. Teen Titans Go! airs Wednesday nights at 6:30pm (ET/PT) on Cartoon Network.

Check out the The World’s Finest Beware The Batman subsite and the The World’s Finest Young Justice subsite for further details on both acclaimed cartoon shows.

The Daytime Emmy Awards recognize outstanding achievement in all fields of daytime television production and are presented to individuals and programs broadcast from 2:00am – 6:00pm during the 2013 calendar year. The 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards ceremony and awards presentation will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA on Sunday, June 22nd, 2014. Additionally, the Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards gala, which honors the crafts behind the many shows that grace the Daytime genre, will be held at the Westin Bonaventure Hotel in Los Angeles on Friday, June 20, 2014. Jose Lopez, a character designer for The Batman, is one of the five nominees who will be awarded and recognized in the Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation category at the Daytime Creative Arts Emmy Awards ceremony.

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Christopher Jones Discusses The “Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion” Comic Collection

Last week saw the release of the new Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion trade paperback collection, courtesy of DC Comics and DC Entertainment, to comic book stores and hobby shops everywhere. Now the collection is set to hit regular retail and book chain outlets starting tomorrow, Tuesday, December 17th, 2013. In this latest collection, the Team adds to its ranks in an effort to battle the impending invasion by The Collector of Worlds. Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion collects the final six issues of the acclaimed tie-in comic series, issues #20 – 25, written by Greg Weisman with art provided by Jones. Jones took a few minutes to talk to The World’s Finest about this new collection and how Young Justice has managed to keep its fanbase strong.

WF: Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion collects the final story arc for the Young Justice comic series. Care to tell us some of your favorite moments from the issues included in this trade – in terms of story and perhaps of your own work?

Christopher Jones: I’d really enjoyed all the stories we’d done in the Young Justice comic up to this point, but with the “Invasion” storyline it really felt like we’d ramped up to something bigger and more pivotal. I’d been the one to suggest Superboy meeting Clark Kent and having that give Superman a chance to get to know his clone/sibling without the pressure of Superboy’s expectations of him, so those sequences were fun to do. I really enjoyed getting to show Blue Beetle’s introduction to the team, and the beginnings of Miss Martian’s relationship with La’gann. I also had a great time with the Nightwing sequences that bookended this storyline (Dick Grayson you dawg!). And of course I was always excited by any opportunity to do new character designs and this storyline introduced several characters into the Young Justice universe who hadn’t already been designed for the show – most notably Kylstar, Deadshot and the Collector of Worlds (our version of Brainiac)!

WF: Young Justice tied very closely to the animated source material. What type of pros (and maybe cons?) came from having this comic so tightly affiliated with the cartoon?

CJ: I didn’t really see any downside, as I was such an admirer of the cartoon both in it’s conceptualization of the characters and their visual design. Phil Bourassa and his team did gorgeous designs that were a really comfortable fit for my own drawing style. And thanks to co-producer Greg Weisman writing the comic, not only the the storylines of the comic and the show tightly interwoven, but I always had easy access to all the visual reference I needed.

The only negative that came from the comic being based on the show was that because it was based on an animation property, DC Comics insisted that it be labeled as a kids book, which meant that it was segregated from the “mainstream” DC superhero titles in the solicitations and by most retailers, so I don’t think it ever got the amount of promotion and exposure it deserved.

WF: The Young Justice comic series definitely went out with a bang, thanks to this story. What would you have liked to have explored in future arcs if the comic continued?

CJ: We never got to do the Marvel Family storyline that Greg was planning, which would have told Captain Marvel’s origin and would have introduced Mary Marvel and Freddie Freeman as a version of Captain Marvel, Jr. It would have been fun to explore more of the 5-year gap, but at some point you have to stop obsessing over those gaps and turn your eyes to the future. The thing I’d have most liked to do was use the comic to tell the stories that went untold when Cartoon Network declined to greenlight a third season of episodes. That could still be done, and I’d love to see Young Justice return with “Season Three” stories as one of DC’s digital tier titles.

WF: You’re very active in the Young Justice fan community – interacting with fans, doing sketches, and so forth. What do you find to attractive and welcoming about the fan community? Why do you think it continues to be so strong?

CJ: Why would I not want to be involved with the amazing fan base Young Justice has out there? When I was drawing The Batman Strikes! there was nothing like the response I saw online to Young Justice. I don’t know how much of that is the difference in the fan base versus how much more developed social media is now, but Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter makes it so much easier for fans to share their passion for the show and it’s characters. I’ve had a great time interacting with Young Justice fans, and expect I’ll continue to do so online and at conventions for a long time to come!

WF: If fans want to see more of Young Justice, be it as digital comics and so forth, what would you encourage them to do?

CJ: I wish I had more faith in petitions and letter-writing campaigns, but the reality is that the powers-that-be are well aware that Young Justice has fans and don’t need to be convinced of that. What they need to be convinced of is that there is more money to be made by producing more of Young Justice in some form. That’s just the reality of the business. So the best way to lobby for more Young Justice is with your spending dollar.

Both seasons of Young Justice are available on DVD.

All 26 issues of the Young Justice companion comic have now been collected in four volumes.

The Young Justice: Legacy video game is available through several channels, and there is a Young Justice soundtrack CD.

Now, does this mean that you need to sell your possessions and go to loan sharks to raise money to buy Young Justice stuff? No. But you could do what I’m doing this year and giving Young Justice for Christmas (or Hanukkah, or Kwanzaa, or Flying Spaghetti Monster Day) this year. It’s a double-win: You generate sales for the Young Justice property and grow the fandom!

Please support your local retailers. If they don’t have your Young Justice item in stock, ask if they can order it for you. If all else fails, you can always get the products from online retailers such as Amazon.com.

And writing to Cartoon Network or DC Comics to tell them you’d like to see more of Young Justice certainly can’t hurt, it just doesn’t carry as much weight as do Young Justice sales. And remember, when writing either company stay polite and positive! Focus on what you’d like to see them do, as attacking them for decisions you didn’t like just turns them off and doesn’t support your cause!

WF: To shift gears for a moment, can you give us a rundown on your upcoming projects? Let us know!

CJ: I just did a 2-part story for Batman ’66 featuring False Face. I’m a huge fan of the Adam West Batman series so that was a ton of fun! The digital version of those stories is already out, and the print version will be coming out in January. And now I’m hard at work on another mini-series that hasn’t been announced yet. It’s a science fiction property and hopefully would hold some appeal for fans of my Young Justice work, and I’ll have plenty more to say about it once I can talk about it publicly, so watch my social media for announcements!

WF:Last question – can you tell us why fans should rush out and pick up Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion?

CJ: It was a great last hurrah for the comic book series, and great sales would be the best possible argument to convince DC Comics to produce more!

Check out the Christopher Jones Comic Art and Illustration Blog for more from Jones. Links to an assortment of his social media sites can also be found at his blog.

Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion, currently available at hobby and comic book stores nationwide, will hit book store chains and larger retail outlets starting tomorrow, December 17th, 2013. Cover price for the comic book collection is $12.99US. Check out the The World’s Finest Young Justice subsite for more details and content from the acclaimed animated series.

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New “Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion” Comic Collection Now Available

The Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion trade paperback collection, released by DC Comics and DC Entertainment, is now available at comic book stores and hobby shops. In this latest collection, the Team adds to its ranks in an effort to battle the impending invasion by The Collector of Worlds and Brainiac. Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion collects the final six issues of the acclaimed tie-in comic series, issues #20 – 25, written by Greg Weisman with art provided by Jones. Cover price is $12.99. Click on the thumbnail below for a closer look at the front and back cover to the collection, along with the official synopsis for the release.

YOUNG JUSTICE – VOLUME FOUR: INVASION
Written by: Greg Weisman
Art by: Christopher Jones
Cover by: Christopher Jones

It has been more than five years since Dick Grayson and his young hero friends first joined together to help the Justice League, but their biggest battles are still to come. To prepare, the Team has been recruiting. Now, newer heroes like Batgirl, Beast Boy, Wonder Girl, Lagoon Boy and Bumble Bee fight and train alongside veteran members Nightwing, Superboy and Miss Martian. The extra help will definitely be needed when the world’s most powerful super heroes abruptly vanish. With half the Team trapped under a force field covering all of Metropolis and the other half trying desperately to rescue them, Earth’s young heroes are about to face their greatest threat yet … Brainiac!

Cover Price: $12.99

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Final Trade Dress For “Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion” Comic Collection

The World’s Finest has a look at the final trade dress for the upcoming Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion comic book collection, hitting comic shops and hobby stores on Wednesday, December 11th, 2013. The image was provided by Young Justice comic book artist Christopher Jones. Young Justice – Volume Four: Invasion collects the final six issues of the acclaimed tie-in comic series, issues #20 – 25, written by Greg Weisman with art provided by Jones. Click on the thumbnail below for a closer look, along with official product details provided by DC Comics.

YOUNG JUSTICE – VOLUME FOUR: INVASION
Written by: Greg Weisman
Art by: Christopher Jones
Cover by: Christopher Jones

In this action-packed collection from issues #20-25 of the all-ages series, Young Justice adds to its ranks in an effort to battle the impending invasion by The Collector of Worlds and Brainiac!
Release Date: December 11th, 2012
Cover Price: $12.99

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New “Young Justice” Legacy” Video Game Now Available To Own

The new video game Young Justice: Legacy, based on the acclaimed Cartoon network animated series Young Justice, is now available to own on most major consoles. Young Justice: Legacy, released in conjuncture with Warner Bros. Interactive, is an Action-RPG based on the popular Young Justice animated series that fills in the gap between the first and second season of the acclaimed animated series. Little Orbit is the studio publishing the highly-anticipated video game. The video game is now available on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS and on Steam. Click on the images below to view the cover art for the different console releases along with a product description.


Based on WB’s animated series airing on Cartoon Network, Young Justice: Legacy is an Action RPG where players control multiple characters in a squad created from 12 possible team members to explore, fight, gather experience, and level up. It will feature both solo and multiplayer missions that follow an epic plotline spanning many locations all across the DC Comics world of Earth-16.

A renowned archaeologist, Dr. Helena Sandsmark, is kidnapped, and the Young Justice team tracks a group of the Light’s most notorious villains around the globe in an effort to rescue her. But when the young heroes discover the Light is exploiting Dr. Sandsmark’s expertise to locate fragments of an ancient statue of legendary power, they must race against time to save the planet from imminent disaster.

More Young Justice: Legacy content, including the trailer and additional images and details, can be found at the The World’s Finest subsite. Additionally, click on the image below to read The World’s Finest review of Young Justice: Legacy. Please note the review below is for the XBox360 release.

Young Justice: Legacy, released by Little Orbit through Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, is now available to own on major home consoles and Steam. Young Justice: Legacy is based on the recent Cartoon Network animated series inspired by the DC Comics characters. Stay tuned for further updates here soon at The World’s Finest.

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New Images Released For Upcoming “Young Justice: Legacy” Video Game

Publisher Little Orbit has provided The World’s Finest with a new set of images from the upcoming Young Justice: Legacy video game title, arriving tomorrow, November 19th, 2013 for most major consoles. Young Justice: Legacy, released in conjuncture with Warner Bros. Interactive, is an Action-RPG based on the popular Young Justice animated series that fills in the gap between the first and second season of the acclaimed animated series. Little Orbit is the studio handling the highly-anticipated video game. The video game will launch for an assortment of consoles, including the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS and on Steam. Click on the images below to view the new images.

More Young Justice: Legacy content, including the trailer and additional images and details, can be found at the The World’s Finest subsite. A description for the game can be found below.

Based on WB’s animated series airing on Cartoon Network, Young Justice: Legacy is an Action RPG where players control multiple characters in a squad created from 12 possible team members to explore, fight, gather experience, and level up. It will feature both solo and multiplayer missions that follow an epic plotline spanning many locations all across the DC Comics world of Earth-16.

A renowned archaeologist, Dr. Helena Sandsmark, is kidnapped, and the Young Justice team tracks a group of the Light’s most notorious villains around the globe in an effort to rescue her. But when the young heroes discover the Light is exploiting Dr. Sandsmark’s expertise to locate fragments of an ancient statue of legendary power, they must race against time to save the planet from imminent disaster.

Click on the image below to read The World’s Finest review of Young Justice: Legacy. Please note the review below is for the XBox360 release.

Young Justice: Legacy, released by Little Orbit through Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, will hit most major home consoles and Steam on November 19th, 2013. Young Justice: Legacy is based on the recent Cartoon Network animated series inspired by the DC Comics characters. Stay tuned for further updates here soon at The World’s Finest.

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Little Orbit Cancels “Young Justice: Legacy” Titles For Wii and WiiU Video Game Consoles

Publisher Little Orbit has announced the Wii and WiiU editions for the upcoming Young Justice: Legacy video game title have been cancelled. The Young Justice game will no longer hit the major Nintendo consoles, save for a Nintendo 3DS release. Slated to hit shelves on Tuesday, November 19th, 2013, Young Justice: Legacy is an Action-RPG based on the recent Young Justice animated series that fills in the gap between the first and second season of the acclaimed DC Comics cartoon. Little Orbit confirmed Young Justice: Legacy will see definite release on the aforementioned Nintendo 3DS handheld console, along with editions for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Steam. Below is the publisher’s official announcement on the console cancellation.

“Based on several factors we’ve had to cancel the Wii and Wii-U versions of Young Justice: Legacy.

We regret that this decision will prevent some fans from playing the game and the finding out what happens in the story. There were a number of reasons ranging from quality issues to lack of retailer support, but know that we didn’t make this decision lightly. We are a fairly new company, and unfortunately both of these platforms presented challenges we couldn’t overcome.

Please accept our sincere apology.

We look forward to delivering the Xbox360, PS3, 3DS, and Steam versions in less than a month.”

More Young Justice: Legacy content, including the trailer and additional images and details, can be found at the The World’s Finest subsite. A description for the game, originally announced in early 2012, can be found below.

Based on WB’s animated series airing on Cartoon Network, Young Justice: Legacy is an Action RPG where players control multiple characters in a squad created from 12 possible team members to explore, fight, gather experience, and level up. It will feature both solo and multiplayer missions that follow an epic plotline spanning many locations all across the DC Comics world of Earth-16.

A renowned archaeologist, Dr. Helena Sandsmark, is kidnapped, and the Young Justice team tracks a group of the Light’s most notorious villains around the globe in an effort to rescue her. But when the young heroes discover the Light is exploiting Dr. Sandsmark’s expertise to locate fragments of an ancient statue of legendary power, they must race against time to save the planet from imminent disaster.

Young Justice: Legacy, released by Little Orbit through Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, will hit most major home consoles and Steam on November 19th, 2013. Young Justice: Legacy is based on the recent Cartoon Network animated series inspired by the DC Comics characters. Stay tuned for further updates here soon at The World’s Finest.

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“Batman: The Brave And The Bold,” “Green Lantern: The Animated Series,” “Young Justice” Reruns On Cartoon Network Canada

Reruns of the 65-episode series Batman: The Brave and The Bold, the entire 26-episode run of Green Lantern: The Animated Series and the first 26-episodes of Young Justice will be part of the regular Fall 2013 schedule on Cartoon Network Canada. These three series – based on popular DC Comics characters, produced by Warner Bros. Animation and critically-acclaimed – are some of the highest-rated programs on Cartoon Network Canada. The information was released through a press release announcing the upcoming season programming, including details for Teletoon, Teletoon Retro, Cartoon Network Canada, and Adult Swim. The Fall 2013 Cartoon Network Canada season starts on Monday, September 2nd, 2013. Continue below for details provided by the network.

Batman: The Brave and The Bold
Airs Saturdays at 9:00 a.m. ET/PT
Starting September 2nd, 2013 on Cartoon Network Canada

Building on the iconic character of Batman, this interpretation of the classic Batman franchise finds Batman teaming up with heroes from across the DC Comics Universe, delivering non-stop action and adventure with a touch of comic relief in this stylish animated series. Best of all, Batman isn’t going at it alone! Blue Beetle, Green Arrow, Aquaman and countless others will get a chance to uphold justice alongside him. Though still based in Gotham City, the Caped Crusader will frequently find himself outside city limits, facing situations that are both unfamiliar and exhilarating. With formidable foes around every corner, Batman will still rely on his stealth, resourcefulness and limitless supply of cool gadgets to bring justice home!

Green Lantern: The Animated Series
Airs Saturdays at 9:30 a.m. ET/PT
Starting September 2nd, 2013 on Cartoon Network Canada

As Earth’s Green Lantern, Hal Jordan is used to being in dangerous situations — but he’s never faced anything like this! Set at the farthest reaches of deep space, Green Lantern: The Animated Series finds Hal on the Guardian Frontier, where he must face down an invasion by the Red Lantern Corps. Powered by pure rage, the evil Red Lanterns have sworn to destroy the Green Lantern Corps and everything they stand for. Dispatched on the experimental spacecraft The Interceptor, Hal is soon joined by an all-new group of heroes on a mission to protect Guardian Space — and the Green Lantern Corps itself!

Young Justice
Airs Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT
Starting September 2nd, 2013 on Cartoon Network Canada

In Young Justice, being a teenager means proving yourself over and over – to peers, parents, teachers, mentors and, ultimately, to yourself. But what if you’re not just a normal teenager? What if you’re a teenage super hero? Are you ready to join the ranks of the great heroes and prove you’re worthy of the Justice League? That’s exactly what the members of Young Justice – Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis – will find out, whether they have what it takes to be a proven hero.

Click here for details on Beware The Batman, Teen Titans GO!, and Young Justice: Invasion, all hitting assorted outlets under the Teletoon Inc. umbrealla of networks starting Fall 2013.

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Teletoon Announces Canadian Debut Of “Beware The Batman,” “Teen Titans Go!,” and “Young Justice: Invasion”

Teletoon Canadian Inc. released details today on new Fall 2013 programming lineups for the companies’ assortment of branded networks. Additions to Teletoon’s Fall 2013 schedule – which officially launches on Monday, September 2nd, 2013 – include Beware The Batman, Teen Titans Go!, and Young Justice: Invasion. The information was released through a press release announcing the upcoming season programming, including details for Teletoon, Teletoon Retro, Cartoon Network Canada, and Adult Swim. The following descriptions for each highlighted series below, specifically new animated content starring DC Comics characters, was provided by the network.

Beware the Batman
Premieres October 11, 2013 on Teletoon
Airs Fridays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT
New episodes air Fridays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT

A fresh take on the classic Dark Knight franchise, Beware the Batman incorporates Batman’s core characters with a rogues gallery of new villains not previously seen in animated form. Along with backup from ex-secret agent Alfred and lethal swordstress Katana, the Dark Knight faces the twisted machinations of Gotham City’s criminal underworld led by the likes of Anarky, Professor Pyg, Mister Toad and Magpie.

Teen Titans GO!
Premieres Friday, September 6 at 6:30 p.m. ET/PT
Airs Friday at 6:30 p.m. ET/PT on Teletoon
New episodes air Fridays at 6:30 p.m. ET/PT

Teen Titans Go! features the return of Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Cyborg in all-new comedic adventures. Inspired by the original 1980s series Teen Titans and featuring the principal voice cast from the original series, the show focuses on the funny things that happen between saving the world and living together as teenagers without adult supervision. After all, these teens may be superheroes, but somebody still has to do the laundry. Pranks get taken to a whole new level by these titans who can turn into any animal or detach their robotic limbs.

Young Justice: Invasion
Premieres Saturday, September 7 at 10 a.m. ET/PT on Cartoon Network Canada
Airs Saturdays at 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. ET/PT
New episodes air Saturdays at 10 a.m. ET/PT

In season two, the series Young Justice jumps five years ahead in time, as the team fights off a secret alien invasion affecting the entire planet. Viewers are also reintroduced to the original squad plus all-new members Nightwing, Wondergirl, Blue Beetle, Batgirl and Beast Boy.

Please note that Beware The Batman and Teen Titans Go! will air on Teletoon, while Young Justice: Invasion will be part of the Cartoon Network Canada line-up.

Both Teen Titans Go! and Young Justice: Invasion will join Teletoon and Cartoon Network Canada respectively starting September 2013, with Beware The Batman coming along in October 2013. Teletoon and Cartoon Network Canada, among other branded networks, will also air special presentations of assorted DC Comics-inspired animated series and features throughout the schedule.

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