Last Friday, Cartoon Network aired the one-hour pilot of their new animated series, Young Justice. Loosely based on the DC comic of the same name -- in that it features some of the same characters, though with a radically different plot -- the show follows the adventures of Robin, Kid Flash, Aqualad and Superboy as they form a new team of young heroes under the guidance of the Justice League. ComicsAlliance's own Chr
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With news breaking out of this year's San Diego Comic-Con that Peter David will be penning scripts for an all-new "Young Justice" animated series on Cartoon Network, it should come as no surprise that the folks over at DC would be gearing up a new "Young Justice" monthly comic to expand on the series' unique universe -- and that's exactly what the publisher is doing.
According to a report pubbed yesterday at Newsarama, DC has announced that the Eisner winning duo of Art Baltazar and Franco
Arguably the most influential voice from DC's original "Young Justice" comic book is back for more. From Comic-Con comes news that Peter David will be writing for Cartoon Network's upcoming "Young Justice" animated series
Race: DC Senior Story Editor Ian Sattler responds to fan concerns about racial diversity in the DC Universe at the DC Nation HeroesCon panel:
"It's so hard for me to be on the other side because it's not our intention. There is a reason behind it all. We don't see it t
I have to admit, when Fox's sketch comedy show "Mad TV" came to a close awhile back I didn't expect to see the brand resurface with a new format so quickly. Same thing with Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans