20/03/2013 § Leave a comment
I’ve never reblogged something before so.
This past Saturday marked the end of an era for fans of DC Comics animation, as Cartoon Network aired the last episodes of Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series. Though Green Lantern used CGI effects while Young Justice relied on more traditional animation, both series gained a similar cult following. It was a bad omen when the series were shelved mid-season, and things just got worse when they were cancelled just shortly after their return.
In November 2010 Cartoon Network aired the first two episodes of Young Justice as a “world premiere event.” The series then returned on a regular basis in January 2011. Unlike the anime-heavy Teen Titans series from 2003, the series and its characters took themselves very seriously, by quickly establishing the need for a team of “sidekicks.” As a covert operations force for the Justice League, “The Team” (as they were…
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