It wasn’t that long ago that I often used to leave my local comics shop with an empty wallet and the back seat of my car full of comics-related items that I treasured. These days, I pretty much buy only comics. I spend each week about half of what I used to on maquettes, statues and figures. (The exception is those terrific Batman: The Animated Series figures and vehicles, of course!) What happened? Where did they go?
If you have been following Greg Weisman on social media for the last year, you know he has been pushing for a third season of Young Justice. Looks like the social media campaign has been super effective as Warner Bros. is giving us exactly what we want.
Some might say that the world is a chessboard, to which I respond by quoting the sage advice of prog-rock group, Yes: “Don’t surround yourself with yourself! Move on back a square!” I don’t really know what it means, but that’s cool, ’cause the news is captured for my queen to use. (Doot doot doot doot doot doot doot da-doot!) Welcome to Ten Things!
Warner Archive Collection brings another outstanding Warner Bros. Animation television series to Blu-rayTM with the November 18 release of “Young Justice: Invasion,” the thrilling second season of the popular series. Pre-orders are now available via wbshop.com (http://bit.ly/YOUNGJUSTBLU2).
Recently, site head honcho Stephen Schleicher reported that Cartoon Network’s Beware the Batman was no longer on the air. He noted that some rumors have been circulating that the animated show might return in January. Sound familiar to anyone?
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. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4bcW_J0AdYo?rel=0&w=853&h=480]
Press Release 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
Press Release 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.
Press Release 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.