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.


“We are thrilled to bring the newest and youngest members of the DC Universe to homes with the release of Young Justice Season 1 Volume 1,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, WHV Executive Director of Family and Animation Marketing in a prepared statement. “As a brand new series, Young Justice is already a favorite and will continue to excite fans with its group of crime-fighting teenage super heroes.”

The collection only contains the first four episodes of the show.

Young Justice Season 1 Volume 1
1. Independence Day, Part 1
2. Independence Day, Part 2
3. Welcome to Happy Harbor
4. Drop Zone

via Warner Home Video


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    • CN/WB has done that with a lot of their shows, including Brave & the Bold. It’s usually the ones that are airing currently, but it doesn’t change the fact that it’s a bit of a ripoff.

  1. I hate all these “Season One – Volume One” things, then they break the season down into multiple separate volumes that you have to remember to go out and buy each individual ones and ultimately end up paying more than if it’d come out as one complete season. I don’t watch the show much, but I know they did the same with Glee. It’s like if it’s even moderately popular on tv they want to cash in on it as quickly as they can and release the early episodes before the darn show’s even off the air. I suppose I go with the George Carlin mindset here (about one hour photo shops) about how can I be nostalgic about something that happened a few weeks ago.

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