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False Prophet wrote:Was it ever explained WHY is was so promptly shuttled in the first place?
There's the tin-foiled hat conspiracy of a Toxic character, but the only other possibility is that they want to have new episodes all year. However, it sounds like this will be the final season of YJ and Green Lantern is looking like we'll be getting another season.MAYBE.
sdsichero wrote: I especially like and admire Zechs. He's everything I wish I could be!
Dragavon wrote:Zechs... is...
I can't say it. It's too horrible. Zechs...is...not...wrong...
About time. Hopefully Cartoon Network plays it smart and doesn't interrupt the remaining episodes of either of these shows. I was really hoping for at least one more season of Young Justice where they introduced characters like Starfire and Cyborg. Oh well, I'll enjoy what few episodes remain.
Time-Warner should hand DC over to CN. Maybe it would be cheaper for CN to do DC animated series then.
"I have my heroes, but no one knows their names" - Sons of the Desert
Strict31 wrote:I'm not sure that combining the nigh-uncontrollable power of LOLtron with the Nacireman is a good idea. Some years from now, when mankind is on the verge of extinction, we'll be able to look back and remember this moment, and say, "DANG."
Green Lantern: The Animated Series Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013 at 10 a.m. (ET/PT) – “Steam Lantern” After being blasted by the Anti-Monitor, Hal finds himself in a steampunk world!
Young Justice: Invasion Saturday, Jan. 5, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. (ET/ PT) – “Before the Dawn” On a covert mission to rescue some of its own, The Team, Blue Beetle and Miss Martian uncover shocking secrets… and devastating truths!
Victorian Squid wrote:In a DC/Marvel cross-over "all your favorite Marvel characters would catch contextually-transmitted diseases and Steph infections."