If your Saturday mornings have been a little empty as of late, you only have to wait until January 05, when the DC Nation fills your mind with Young Justice, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and all those wonderful DC Shorts.
Little Orbit Publishing is proud to present its product line up for the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3 Expo) taking place at the Los Angeles Convention Centre on June 5-7, 2012. Little Orbit can be found at booth number 547 in the South Hall.
The Hollywood Reporter got its “hands’ on a teaser video for the second season of Young Justice, which while containing a lot of info regarding the past seasons events, does build to something bigger and more interesting for the upcoming DC Nation block on Cartoon Network.
Warner Bros. and DC Comics have had a really good relationship with Cartoon Network, delivering some high quality programs that entertain kids and adults alike. This weekend, Warner Bros. pushes the offering further by creating an entire block of cartoon programming beginning at 10 EST. The hour long launch includes Green Lantern: The Animated Series, the return of Young Justice, and a number of interstitials featuring the Teen Titans, Plastic Man, and more.
Hundreds of heroes, thousands of villains, millions of fans all make up the DC Nation, home of the world’s greatest super heroes.
Friday night used to be the best time to watch Cartoon Network, with its two hour block of DC, Warner Bros., and LucasFilm programming, but now it looks like Saturday is going to be the day. Which brings us to today’s Question of the Day, “Are you ready for Saturday morning, or do you think Warner Bros. should have kept DC Nation on Friday Night?”
Little Orbit, a worldwide game publisher, announced today that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for the Young Justice: Legacy video game set to ship in early 2013 for PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, Nintendo’s Wii(TM) system, and the Nintendo DS(TM) hand held system.
Cartoon Network, Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment are teaming up to present DC Nation, a full hour of exclusive kids’ television programming and shorts based on DC Comics characters. Full of action and humor, DC Nation brings some of the most beloved and legendary heroes – as well as some lesser-known cult favorites – from the pages of DC Comics to the screens of a whole new generation of fans. Anchored by Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice, DC Nation will premiere Saturday, March 3, at 10 a.m. (ET, PT).
With DC getting a relaunch with characters getting a makeover, we decided to take a look at the other time Warner Bros. decided to change things up with the Teen Titans in the form of the second volume of the Young Justice animated series.
Warner Home Entertainment has announced that the first season of the Young Justice animated series arrives on DVD on July 19, 2011.
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? How much harder will it be to prove yourself in a world of super powers, super villains and super secrets? Are you ready to come of age in such a world? Are you ready for life or death rites of passage? 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.
Imagine this: Our handsome hero has located the hostages of a terrorist cell. Slumped in their cage, the prisoners await their execution. Our hero, trying to give them hope slips a piece of paper into their cell as he runs past, on his way to the command center. One of the prisoners finds the note and opens it. In it is a simple message:
“I am can have you outside”
During the New York Comic Con, attendees got a chance to check out a six minute extended preview of the upcoming Young Justice series. MTV got their hands on the clip and are sharing it with everyone.
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.”
The pilot episode airs on the Cartoon Network on November 26, 2010 at 7:00 PM EST.
We just announced Rob Lowe will be making an appearance as Captain Marvel in the Young Justice series, now we get a look at the animation and characters.
When the Young Justice animated series arrives on the Cartoon Network, Captain Marvel will make an appearance and will be voiced by Rob Lowe. That’s the word coming out of the San Diego Comic Con and more will be announced during the the Batman: The Brave and the Bold panel taking place Friday morning at the show.
Young Justice features a band of teenage sidekicks — Robin, Superboy, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Artemis and Miss Martian — who are eager to hit the superhero big-time, much to the dismay of their mentors in the Justice League of America. “This is a show about the lives of the young heroes and their need to prove themselves to their mentors, their families, to each other and most of all to themselves,” says producer Greg Weisman.
Even though Captain Marvel is an adult, Weisman says he should bond easily with younger viewers, since Billy Batson is a young kid. The good news is Captain Marvel will become a recurring character on the show.