Zatanna and Beast Boy have finally come out swinging/backwards-spell-saying/shapeshifting in Little Orbit's new Young Justice: Legacy video game teaser trailer. The heroes join ten other titanic teens including Superboy, Nightwing, Artemis, Kid Flash, Aqualad, Tempest, Cheshire, Miss Martian and Robin - meaning the only hero left to catch in action is Rocket. The gameplay footage in the trailer is pretty brief, and seems to revisit territory we've seen in the game's E3 build and even recent screen shots, but it's nice to see some new faces smashing purple bug-like robots in jungle ruins.
With Young Justice currently on hiatus as part of Cartoon Network's DC Nation programming block, fans are jonesing for some kind of sign of life from the animated series (besides, of course, its current McDonald's Happy Meal toy tie-in). Since its story will officially serve as a bridge between the show's first and second seasons, the latest batch of scree
Toys: Tiny Young Justice skateboards can now be yours as part of McDonald's latest Happy Meal.
Legal: Silicon Knights has been ordered to destroy the code for, and recall all unsold copies of X-Men: Destiny (and Too Human) as the result of losing a lawsuit by Epic Games for breach of an Unreal engine licensing agreement.
Prints: Matthew G. Olin's typographic superheroes can now be purchas
It's no secret that we enjoy good fan art at ComicsAlliance, especially when it comes to animation. The current 'Young Justice' cartoon has proven to be very popular with fans, at least in part due to the animation style, and has inspired at least one viewer to apply that style to DC's New 52 characters
Cartoon Network's Emmy Award-winning Young Justice television series stars some of the DC Universe's youngest heroes, so it's not a stretch to see a video game tie-in in development. Relatively new publisher Little Orbit has the reins of the game, entitled Young Justice: Legacy. It's an action RPG title
The shorts in this weekend's DC Nation on Cartoon Network are all about the education: When Aquaman is out of town, who better to deal with the dangers of the aquatic Black Manta than a hero who swims with the fishes (literally)? And just what kind of sports does Superman like?
Alongside another installment of the Aardman Animation vox populi series DC's World's Funnest -- Although, judging from this clip, isn't this a re-run of the first episode? -- this Saturday will see a second episode of the ridiculously fun Animal Man shorts, this time seeing him face-off against Aquaman's arch-nemesis in a showdown to reveal who the true hero of the beach really is:
As well as these two shorts, there'll also be full length episodes of Green Lantern: The Animated Series (including the origin of a new Red Lantern) and Young Justice, with the latter seeing the one thing standing between the Earth and an alien invasion being Beast Boy. Yeah, we're probably all going to be in trouble come Sunday...
DC Nation airs at 10am every Saturday on Cartoon
Fresh from this weekend's DC Nation panel at WonderCon, The Hollywood Reporter has secured a sizzle reel showcasing footage from the second season of Cartoon Network's Young Justice animated series. Dubbed, "Invasion," the show's sophomore season will confront the team of sidekicks with some prime time problems while increasing the number of players on the board from season one by a sizable amount. According to footage, fans
Anime: Discotek Media has plans to bring Samurai Pizza Cats and its Japanese source, Kyattou Ninden Teyandee, to home video. Each series will be sold separately in box sets with 52 dubbed American episodes and 54 subtitled Japanese eps.
Creators: Dave Sche