I am loving this season of Young Justice. Especially after today's episode were we got to see what happened to the rest of the team. I really don't get all the hate.
In my case, I wouldn't call it hate. I am still watching the show, after all.
But it's simply a sloppy, lazy storywriting technique. You don't have to resolve conflicts from before the time-jump, because you've substituted them for all new conflicts the audience didn't even know about.
They don't even have to set up the "new" status quo in a believable manner because all the set-up for it happened in that five year gap.
So...Aqualad is now a murderous villain because he found out his dad was evil and his girlfriend (who was fucking his best friend) got killed? Really? He just never really struck me as the type of guy who would set off a bomb that would kill hundreds of living beings (even if they were alien dicks). But because he's pissed off about the death of his ex, and because he was lied to about his dad, he's totally okay with mass murder?
I mean, because of the high quality of the first season, I'm more than willing to give them the benefit of the doubt. To have a sense of faith that this shit will eventually be handled with the same craft and skill as the first season.