Young Justice gets a video game


The popular Cartoon Network series Young Justice will soon hit video games. Little Orbit announced this morning it has entered into a licensing agreement with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment for the Young Justice: Legacy video game. The game is set to ship in early 2013 and will appear on the multiple gaming platforms including XBox and PS2.

The game already has its own website:

According to the press release,” In Young Justice: Legacy fans can look forward to an original storyline set in between Seasons 1 and 2 of the television series, written in collaboration with show writers Greg Weisman and Brandon Vietti. The game is packed with fan favorite playable characters, cameo appearances by popular Justice League heroes and villains, and includes online multiplayer as well as local multiplayer modes.”



101-109 have all aired.
110 was previewed at Comic-Con and will premiere on Cartoon Network on September 16th.
111-119 are also in the can, i.e. totally completed and ready for airing.
120-123 are all in post-production. Today we previewed the music for 120, and spotted the music for 121.
124-126 are still being animated.

201 is shipping to Korea at the end of the week.
202 is in timing.
203 is in storyboard clean-ups.
204 is waiting for board notes.
205-206 are in storyboard.
207 records tomorrow.
208-210 are all in script.
211-220 have been approved into production. Brandon Vietti, Kevin Hopps and myself spent the last week (including Saturday) breaking the last six episodes (one per day). We are pitching the arc of the season to DC, CN and WB this Wednesday. Assuming that goes well, we’ll have our first writer’s meeting to assign 211-214 on Thursday. I have beatsheets completed on 211-216. Have to write up the beatsheets for 217-220, but I’ve got all the beats on index cards, so it’s just a matter of finding the time to transcribe them into a document.

That’s it for now. See you all on the 16th of September!



…When I asked her if she record her lines for the movie by herself or with her fellow cast members she said in person, especially with Nolan North. “He and I almost always record together,” McKellar said. “And it’s good too because we’ve (our characters) got this romance going on and I can tell you that there’s going to be a kiss. In fact, the kiss is real. They had us kiss in the booth, which is very rare. In voiceover, they always have usually asked to kiss (the top of) our hand [demonstrates].

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"Young Justice" Animated Series Making Highly-Anticipated Debut This Fall On Teletoon

The Canadian network Teletoon has announced the acclaimed Young Justice animated series will make its Canadian debut as part of the network’s Fall 2011 line-up.

Teletoon Canada Inc. today unveiled its Fall 2011 lineup for the Teletoon animation network featuring a mix of new series and returning favorites, with Young Justice slated to join popular Superfan Friday programming block beginning September 2011. Teletoon will also be the exclusive Canadian home for Young Justice. Details for the Canadian debut of Young Justice can be found below, including a series description and premiere date.

Young Justice
Premieres Friday, September 9 at 7 p.m. ET/PT
Airs Friday at 7 p.m. ET/PT
Being a teenager means proving yourself over and over - to peers, parents, teachers, mentors and ultimately, to yourself. But what if you were a teenage superhero? How much harder would it be to prove yourself in a world of super powers, super villains and super secrets? Would you be ready for life or death rites of passage? Would you be ready to join the ranks of the great heroes and prove you’re worthy of the Justice League? That’s exactly what Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis will find out as members of Young Justice.


"Young Justice" Cartoon Network Schedule Updates

Young Justice will move to a new timeslot with the return of Batman: The Brave and The Bold to the Cartoon Network schedule. Beginning August 5th, 2011, Young Justice will air Fridays at 6:30pm (ET) on Cartoon Network. The episode “Schooled” is slated to air on August 5th, 2011.

While episodes are slated to continue airing, new Young Justice episodes are slated to air Fall 2011, beginning with the tenth episode “Target.” The remaining episodes of the first season are slated to air out over the 2011 - 2012 regular television season before the second season, Young Justice: Invasion, begins in mid - late 2012.

Cartoon Network is expected to release further August 2011 schedule details next week.


Updates and Debunks from Greg Weisman

Straight from his blog on

Bolded the important stuff for you people who like to skim :P


We have aired episodes 101-109 (i.e. Season One, episodes 1-9).

(Yes, episode 110 accidentally was posted on Cartoon Network’s website, but I’m going to pretend that never happened.)

Episodes 110-115 are in the can, i.e. they are completed and ready to air.

Episode 116 awaits only the final on-line, i.e. the final review of the episode. This has been delayed ONLY because I’ve been out sick this week.

Episode 117 will have it’s sound mix on Friday. (I hope to be back at work by then.)

Episode 118 has been edited and work progresses on scoring and sound effects.

Episode 119 is ready to begin post-production.

Episodes 120-123 are being animated in Korea.

Episodes 124-126 are in layout in Korea, while we finish the final color models here in the States.

Episodes 201-202 (i.e. Season Two, Episodes one and two) - Are fully recorded and are in storyboard. (201 was written by me. 202 by Nicole Dubuc.)

Episode 203, written by Kevin Hopps, is almost fully recorded. We have one actor left to pick up, who has been out of town. It is also in storyboard.

Episode 204, written by me, will record this week. It is also in storyboard.

Episode 205 - Brandon Vietti, has turned in his draft of the script. I have to read and edit it.

Episode 206 - The outline, written by Peter David and edited by me, went out Monday for notes, which are due tomorrow.

Episode 207 - Kevin Hopps turned in his outline, which I need to read and edit.

Episode 208 - I’m writing this one. I’ll start the outline, after I’ve edited the outline to 207.

Episode 209 - Jon Weisman turned in his outline, which I need to read and edit.

Episode 210 - Kevin Hopps is working on his outline.

We do NOT yet have a pick-up beyond episode 210, but our bosses have told us to start blocking out episodes 211-220 in anticipation of one.

Episode 211 - We’ve broken this story. I still need to find time to write up the Beat Outline, though I have it all on index cards.

Episode 212 - We’ve got the basics of this one down, but we (i.e. myself, Brandon and Kevin) still need to finish breaking the story.

Episodes 213-220 - We’ve got a very clear sense of the arc and what things need to happen, but we haven’t started on these yet.


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Greg Weisman is at CONvergence Con this weekend here are some things that were said about Young Justice


1.Greg is pretty in the dark on the DC reboot. It won’t affect Young Justice episodes already ordered, i.e. season 1 and the miniseries.

2.Tidbits from Young Justice panel: Greg doesn’t know the air date for Young Justice episode 10. He suspects September.

 3.Young Justice production update: 10-15 are done. 16-18 are in post. 19 just got back from overseas animation. 20-26 are being animated.

 4. Season 2 production update: episodes 1-3 are mostly recorded. 4 script is done and awaiting notes. 5-10 are in outline.

5.Young Justice season 2 will launch in March 2012 with DC Nation.

6.Season 1, ep 26 takes place on New Year’s Eve. Season 2, ep 1 is on Jan 1st.

7.Young Justice comic update: issues 7-8 are being drawn by @ChrisJonesArt.

8.Greg is scripting issue 9 Greg hinted that the 6-person Young Justice group (7 with Red Arrow) will grow to 8 and 9 members

im not actually there so i cant confirm any of this myself this is my only source  from someone who is there  and this is the link saying that greg weisman  is at the con

Young Justice reruns are currently slated to air during the month of July 2011 on Cartoon Network, pushing back the debut of any new episodes until the tail-end of summer at the earliest. The last new episode of Young Justice premiered back in March 2011. Cartoon Network has provided the following schedule details for Young Justice episodes slated to air during the month, and are available to view below.

Friday, July 1st, 2011 at 6:00pm (ET) - “#2 Fireworks (Independence Day, Part Two)”
Robin, Kid Flash and Aqualad rescue Superboy from Cadmus.

Friday, July 8th, 2011 at 6:00pm (ET) - “#3 Welcome to Happy Harbor”
After Speedy declines to join the new team, Robin, Aqualad and Kid Flash fear Young Justice is just a big joke…while new member Miss Martian fears there’s no room for her to be part of it. So when the four heroes and Superboy come up against Mister Twister, it looks like all their fears have just been realized…

Friday, July 15th, 2011 at 6:00pm (ET) - “#4 Drop Zone”
On their first official assignment – a covert recon mission to the Venom-producing island of Santa Prisca – the team finds itself caught in a struggle between the deadly Bane and cult leader Kobra for possession of something far worse than they suspected.

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"Young Justice" Comic-Con Panels Announced

SUNDAY, JULY 24, 2011 10:00–11:00 a.m. Young Justice Screening and Q&A

Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Miss Martian, Red Arrow and Superboy — these aren’t your average sidekicks and this isn’t your average cartoon. In a short amount of time, and with just a small number of episodes, fans have embraced this new action-adventure series as Warner Bros. Animation has brought some of their favorite DC heroes to life. Following a special screening, producers Brandon Vietti (Batman: Under the Red Hood) and Greg Weisman (Gargoyles), lead character designer Phil Bourassa (Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths) and additional members of the creative team will be on hand to answer your burning questions on what the future holds for “the team.” Young Justice Season 1, Part 1 is available on DVD now. Room 7AB


Young Justice Update from the WORD OF GOD himself.

Greg Weisman:

Young Justice Update Good news and bad news today…

Here’s the good news.

Coming out of Cartoon Network’s upfronts last week (and Geoff John’s comments on it since) there’s been some confusion about what’s happening on the Young Justice front.

What amuses me a bit is how CONFIDENT some posters on various message boards are about their interpretation of the reports. CONFIDENT and generally wrong.

So here’s what’s going on:

Young Justice has aired nine episodes of our 26-episode first season. The rest will begin airing after some weeks of reruns. The schedule is Cartoon Network’s, and I’m not yet 100% clear on when we’re back up and running. Though to be fair to CN, we don’t have ANY other episodes in the can as of this moment. We’re posting episodes 10 and 11 now.

(I saw some folks protesting why we didn’t wait until ALL episodes were in the can before we began airing. All I can do is shrug. It’s not up to me, but I do wonder how the fans who were furious that they had to wait until January 2011 for Season One would feel about THAT strategy.)

So the good news: We HAVE INDEED been picked up for a second season. As of now, all CN & WB have ordered is a ten episode mini-series, “YOUNG JUSTICE: INVASION”. We’re HOPING for more than just ten eps, and I honestly think the odds are fairly good that the order will expand, but as of NOW, all we have is this ten episode order.

We immediately began work on this new season last week, and are breaking approximately (but not quite) one episode per day. The creative team is fundamentally the same as for Season One.

And though, of course, we will be introducing many new characters episodically in Season Two (just as we do episodically in Season One), I don’t want to give the impression that this is some spin-off featuring, I dunno, the League or something, in the same Earth-16 setting. Invasion IS the second season of Young Justice and absolutely features our “Team”. Episode 26 of Season One is time-stamped “December 31”. Episode 1 of Season Two will be time-stamped “January 1”, in essence picking up right where we left off.

We anticipate YJ:Invasion premiering in 2012… late first quarter, if I had to guess. Reports suggesting late 2011 are… beyond wishful thinking.

Hmmm… anything else? I feel like I’m forgetting something. But I can’t think of any other misconceptions that need correcting right now. Oh, well…

Still - Season Two. Not too shabby, huh?

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