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Young Justice

  1. Bruce Timm Celebrates Batman’s 75th Anniversary With A New Animated Short

    Since Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series were cancelled by Cartoon Network, I stopped paying attention to the DC Nation shorts which were continuing on Wednesdays during Teen Titans Go! But I did not miss the news of Bruce Timm returning to his Batman: The Animated Series animation style for a special anniversary short (he also helped with the celebration of Superman's 75th). It's described as, "a lost tale from Batman's past, the Dark Knight tracks a strange giant to the mysterious lair of Dr. Hugo Strange." Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  2. Agent of S.T.Y.L.E. – The New 52 Flash Legacy Part 3

    Quick Flash recap. First we had Jay Garrick. Then we had a reboot in 1956 that introduced Barry Allen, said to live on a parallel Earth. Then a reboot in 1986 made Barry's sidekick the new Flash and also altered history so Jay now lived on the same earth. In 2011, DC had another company-wide reboot in which all comic titles were cancelled and 52 new titles were released. In the New 52, Jay Garrick and Barry Allen once again live on separate Earths and Kid Flash is a very different character. Let's get to it! The Flash Legacy - Part 1 The Flash Legacy - Part 2

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  3. Review: Greg Weisman’s Rain of the Ghosts

    Review

    Rain of Ghosts features a headstrong and affable female hero, supernatural forces, an ethnically diverse cast, banter, and hidden mysteries. If all of that isn't enough to entice you, this novel is written by Greg Weisman. The creator of the 1990s Gargoyles cartoon, Weisman has also been show runner for the cartoon series The Spectacular Spider-Man, W.I.T.C.H. and Young Justice, and is now executive producer of the upcoming Star Wars Rebels. Now he's released his first novel, the first of a young adult series featuring Native American teenager Rain Cacique.

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  4. Warner Bros. Animation Takes Issue With Girls Watching Their Programs

    What Boys Think of Girls

    Does it ever feel like Warner Bros. thinks girls are icky? Here's a story that may lend credence to that theory.

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  5. Cartoon Network Responds to Beware the Batman Disappearance

    Holy Rusted Metal Batman!

    Remember when we told you the latest entry into the Batman animated universe, Beware the Batman, seemingly disappeared from the television schedule? Cartoon Network has decided to release a statement about that and well, see for yourself...

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  6. DC Inspired Character Sweatshirts, For Heroism In Cold Climates

    We Can Be Heroes

    Sandra at TheLittlestBat.tumblr.com has been creating things relative to our interests. We're talking about DC Comics hoodies, mostly based on the Batfamily and the Young Justice animated series.

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  7. Fan Site Tries To Kickstart A Young Justice Revival, Warner Bros. Obviously Shuts Them Down

    Nope. Still Not Happening.

    I think we need to go over how Kickstarter, businesses, and ownership works again. 

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  8. Things We Saw Today: Hugh Jackman’s New Wolverine Suit

    Things We Saw Today

    Hey, it's not yellow spandex. (Blastr)

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  9. New Powerpuff Girls Special Coming To Cartoon Network Plus A DC Nation Shake-Up

    And Fansplosions Abound

    Cartoon Network is busy presenting their upcoming roster of shows for advertisers and we've seen some interesting developments. For one, there's an all-new Powerpuff Girls special making its way to the network but Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and Young Justice are notably absent. Could this mean what we think it means? It sure can considering two new DC shows are premiering soon. 

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  10. Young Justice Trailer Gets Us Excited For the Return of DC Nation

    Almost Totally Excellent

    If you were one of the viewers disappointed when Cartoon Network pulled their DC Nation programming block without warning, it's almost time to rejoice. On January 5, DC Nation returns with new episodes of Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series. Here's a promo for the former (with a few slight spoilers from this season's previous episodes) that shows lots of new characters, plus our returning favorites. (via Spinoff) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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