Young Justice Poster

Young Justice (2010)

Animation | Adventure 
Rayting:   8.6/10 36K votes
Country: USA
Language: English

Teenage superheroes strive to prove themselves as members of the Justice League.

Episode Guide

Season 4

December 30, 2021Episode 13 Kaerb Ym Traeh!
December 16, 2021Episode 11 Teg Ydaer!
December 9, 2021Episode 10 Nomed Esir!
December 2, 2021Episode 9 Odnu!
October 28, 2021Episode 4 Involuntary
October 21, 2021Episode 3 Volatile
October 16, 2021Episode 2 Needful
October 16, 2021Episode 1 Inhospitable

Season 3

Season 2

Season 1

Best Young Justice Episodes

Top 20 (Ranked)

March 9, 2013star9.8 1447 votesS2E19 Summit
April 21, 2012star9.7 1544 votesS1E26 Auld Acquaintance
March 16, 2013star9.7 1386 votesS2E20 Endgame
August 20, 2019star9.7 977 votesS3E23 Terminus
November 4, 2011star9.6 1439 votesS1E16 Failsafe
March 10, 2012star9.6 1373 votesS1E20 Coldhearted
June 2, 2012star9.6 1308 votesS2E6 Bloodlines
June 9, 2012star9.6 1307 votesS2E7 Depths
February 16, 2013star9.6 1207 votesS2E16 Complications
January 18, 2019star9.6 1151 votesS3E7 Evolution
August 27, 2019star9.6 980 votesS3E25 Overwhelmed
March 3, 2012star9.5 1345 votesS1E19 Misplaced
April 14, 2012star9.5 1343 votesS1E25 Usual Suspects
February 9, 2013star9.5 1217 votesS2E15 War
January 25, 2019star9.5 1074 votesS3E13 True Heroes
August 13, 2019star9.5 967 votesS3E22 Antisocial Pathologies
August 27, 2019star9.5 948 votesS3E24 Into the Breach
January 5, 2013star9.4 1217 votesS2E10 Before the Dawn
October 6, 2012star9.4 1216 votesS2E9 Darkest
January 11, 2019star9.4 1170 votesS3E4 Private Security

Young Justice Trailer

User Reviews

TheLittleSongbird 17 August 2013

Not quite among Cartoon Network's all-time best shows(Dexter's Laboratory, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Johnny Bravo, Powerpuff Girls, Cow and Chicken). But in recent years, alongside Regular Show, Adventure Time and the first three Ben 10 series- Omniverse is a huge disappointment- it is one of their better shows in recent years, The Amazing World of Gumball is also mostly great apart from some weak writing early on. Young Justice isn't quite perfect, the season 2 finale does feel too convenient and incomplete and not all the voice acting was quite there; Brent Spiner is nowhere near sinister or insane enough as Joker, too restrained, Kevin Michael Richardson is over-parted and all his characters sound exactly the same(Mal Duncan is the worst case), and while Nolan North has times where he is right on the money at others he is not powerful or heroic enough as Superman.

The rest of the voice acting though is fabulous, all the Young Justice team are voiced with depth and a great dynamic. Even if Jesse McCartney does start off a tad too lightweight for Nightwing he does mature, as Robin and Dick Grayson he is spot on. Bruce Greenwood is pitch-perfect as Batman, he doesn't erase memories of Kevin Conroy but is suitably dark and brooding. There are no complaints to be made of Vanessa Marshall and Maggie Q as Black Canary and Wonder Woman, and Phil LaMarr is a good Aquaman. For the villain roles, Miguel Ferrer, Oded Ferr, Mark Rolston, Keith Szarabajka, Danny Trejo and Arnold Vosloo are particularly good, though all except for Joker are good. The secondary characters are memorable, the likes of Phil LaMarr, Tara Strong, Edward Asner, Crispin Freeman, Jeff Bennett Geoff Pierson and Cree Summer are without fault. G. Gordon Godfrey is annoying in a way and the only character who isn't (intentionally) likable, but Tim Curry voices with such adept smarmy drollness and sinks his teeth into Godfrey's monologues.

But it's not just the voice acting that makes up and comes across strongly in Young Justice. The animation is great here, somewhat anime in look but colourful, detailed and atmospheric, when it calls for it to have a serious approach- and there are numerous cases of that- it does so very effectively without being overly so. The fluidity of the backgrounds and character movements and how dynamically the colours and shadings are used are to much admired. The music has a feel and orchestration that suits the tone perfectly without making too serious or upbeat, with some beautiful and haunting moments. There's nothing cheesy or forgettable about the theme tune either(unlike other Cartoon Network shows like Ben 10: Omniverse and Johnny Test, how is that show still airing?)

From a writing and narrative standpoint, Young Justice also scores. The dialogue is very thought-provoking and intelligently written, doing a great job at giving the characters depth and complexity and also with an ability to provide emotional depth and a some subtle humour. The story lines are always compelling and succeeds in drawing us into the world the characters live in, there is great atmosphere and the action is exciting and well-animated. It is true that narratively the first season is better than the second, the second season was still interesting and well done on the most part if not quite as well-developed and focused in tone. The characters really make the show work, Robin and Speedy stand out in the Young Justice team though all of them have likable and resourceful personalities. Batman, Black Canary, Won

John6Daniels 22 April 2020

Shows and movies like YJ seem to do 100 when without batman at the forefront. Arrow, Superman, Wonder Woman and the list goes on.

YJ is a fun impactful show.

To keep that run keep the bat out of it.

Johnny-the-Film-Sentinel-2187 16 July 2018

Don't confuse this show with Teen Titans or anything like that; yes there are adolescent teens in this show discovering their potential like many other great kids shows on the market, like Avatar, Steven Universe, Adventure Time, DragonBall, The Legend of Korra and so-forth, but Young Justice is like a spiritual sequel to the Justice League & Justice League Unlimited cartoons from the 2000s and more. This cartoon is super kick-ass stuff! It's what superhero shows like Ultimate Spider-Man WANT to be, but struggle to find the right balance between entertainment and broadly appealing wisdom that kids and adults can enjoy in the same way. Young Justice masters that: it's got solid drama, nice splashes of humor throughout and of course some great action that shows this great team working some difficult stuff out.

This superhero fest gets 4.5/5 stars.

KalKenobi83 22 May 2017

Watched Young Justice amazing voice Performances from Jesse McCartney(All My Children) as Dick Grayson/Robin, Khary Payton(Teen Titans) as Kaldur'ahm/Aqualad also starring Jason Spisak(Green Lantern:The Animated Series) as Kid Flash, Nolan North(Wolverine And The X- Men) as Superboy , Danica McKellar(How I Met Your Mother) as Megan Morse/Miss Martian, Stephanie Lemelin(Rules Of Engagment) as Artemis ,Lacey Chabert(The Spectacular Spider- Man) as Zatanna,Eric Lopez as Jamie Reyes/Blue Beetle,Jason Marsden(General Hospital) as Bart Allen/Impulse ,Alyson Stoner(Step Up) as Barbra Gordon/Batgirl, Mae Whitman(Independence Day) as Wonder Girl also Featuring Vanessa Marshall(Justice League:Crisis On Two Earths) as Black Canary Phil LaMarr(Justice League Unlimited) as Aquaman ,Bruce Greenwood(Star Trek) as Batman, Maggie Q(Mission:Impossible III) as Wonder Woman While Im Not a huge Teen Titans I really enjoyed enjoyed seeing these Sidekicks have there own missions aside from The League also the characters were well developed also amazing twists as well I can't wait for season 3 . Amazing score by Michael McCuistio and Amazing Showrunners Brandon Vietti(Batman:Under The Red Hood) & Greg Weisman(Max Steel) Amazing Show featuring the second Tier of DC Heroes 8/10

TheTruthofItIs 18 April 2019

Why oh why? They inserted the everyone-hates world of politics into The Phantom Menace thereby securing it as the worst of the Three Trilogies. So what numbskull decided what was awful for Phantom Menace would be good for Young Justice?! It's producers Vietti/Weisman and/or the execs in charge of production Bastion/Jones. Palace politics and literal backstabbing work no better here than there, and I couldn't endure past ep 3, just - too - boring. Yes, there are action sequences but they don't stand out in any way, the animation is pretty flat, the colors dulled/muted, not at all created for today's OLEDs and HDR fabulosity. Punt.

59Tenzin 22 January 2021

When I first decided to show watch this show I was so not for ready. The beginning of this show was alright nothing eye opening or suprising but as time moved on it became something more ,something that got more of my attention each episode and now has become probably one of the best animated shows I have watched of all time.

The visuals were amazing and well done especially the character designs which were nicely though of. The story was amazing with great pacing and an amazing buildup of a plot. The music was just amazing and the voice actors did an amazing job really digesting their roles as thieir character and so the voice acting was really well done. The characters were absolutely amazing with a wide range of charcters most of them feeling well written and well done with great charcter dynamics. The directors also really did an amazing job representing most of my favorite DC characters..

Overall a very enjoyable series! Even though it has some minor flaws and questionable issues and with a slow start it has one of the best consistencies I have seen from a show it simply gets better and better! A show that I will remember for a long time..

Memorable: No Rewatchable: Maybe...

son_of_cheese_messiah 14 October 2014

The title sequence- which has the members of Teen Titans, oops I mean Young Justice, turn and moodily stare out the camera- reveals the intent of this show. That intent, as with so many shows nowadays, is one of self-conscious coolness- coolness, emotional detachment and darkness.

The art is generally outstandingly good, setting a new benchmark for a superhero cartoon. But, despite widespread critical praise for its "maturity and intelligence" I doubt whether this series will be as well regarded as the Timmsverse series of the 90s.

All the characters have attitude. Robin is an annoying computer nerd, although strangely he is still Dick Grayson not one of the more recent Robins. Kid Flash is an annoying loud mouth. He wears cool sunglasses, an affectation in a 13 year old. Speedy/Red Arrow is an intense loner. Aqualad is intense too, and somewhat of a loner too although nominally the team's leader. He does at least have some nobility although how much of that is black guy = noble savage, I'm not sure.

Superboy is super intense and a super loner. He wears a black t-suit and likes to brood. Artemis is the group's other archer, which would seem to be at least one archer too many. She's an annoying ingrate. Only Miss Martian, a sort of comic powered klutz, comes across as in any way likable.

Since all the characters are so unsympathetically drawn, it is hard to relate to them. The dialogue only makes things worse since it is very superficial. Sample Artemis: "I'm distraught!" Robin: "You better get traught, quickly." And many variations.

The story is one continuous plot, elaborately worked out. At the end of each episode, the league of Shadows are defeated by always claim to have achieved their primary objective. Unless this is bluster, this would appear to be the craziest plan of all time, to get your operatives defeated by a bunch of school kids. This seems to be building to something grand, but the series finale is a major disappointment, not just anti climatic in itself (with a nod to Starro, the first ever JLA villain) but leaving several threads hanging. These are not satisfactorily resolved at the start of the second series, which inexplicably takes place 5 years later thus robbing the story of any forward momentum.

However, many individual episodes have very interesting premises. One has them having lost their memories and another, probably the best episode, has them battling against androids in their own headquarters. Both these work because we see them overcoming incredible odds by their own wits and skill.

Elsewhere, they are saved several times by a member becoming Dr Fate, something of a Deus Ex Machina and also by the Justice League. This tends to undermine their ability but not as much as when they are helped by beings such an intelligent ball, an intelligent tiger and even Miss Martian's intelligent space ship. Again, I am at a loss to know what is mature about this? Overall, good artwork does not cover the lack of likability of the characters. And someone should tell the critics, brooding loners does not make a programme mature.

henryshear 15 October 2020

I remember watching this series and expecting something similar to Batman: The Brave and the Bold. I was deeply surprised to watch something very mature and be shocked by the twists so frequently.

There is such a diverse range of characters and subplots that keep the series so entertaining. There are also hidden bloodlines not made privy to the viewer that is shocking, but there are time-jumps that make each season almost stand-alone. This storytelling element always keeps the audience guessing and, as a kid, I would often guess and be wrong. Some episodes even have multiple twists that leave a viewer pondering what will happen next.

The voice actors are incredible. They do not come across as if they are trying too hard, but rather just doing their roles well and playing their part.

There is a reason that this show came back after years off the air and that is a testament to its quality. I love this series so much and recommend it for any superhero or DC fan! For any newcomers, you will not be disappointed if you watch it!!!

nasdagoodshepherd 3 June 2019

I remembered watching Young Justice on Cartoon Network, it was one of the best show I have ever seen in my life, the writing, the stories, the action, the character development, everything is great. Sadly Cartoon Network made a huge mistake. It took a fantastic animated action series of in 2013 and replaced it with...ugh....TEEN TITANS GO! That was when the dark ages begin when Teen Titans Go came, but at least shows like Steven Universe and Dc Super Hero Girls 2019 are there to keep the network from sucking badly. Thankful, Dc Universe saved it and kept it ongoing. Without a doubt, Young Justice is amazing for all of us to watch and I'm excited for the new Dc animated series, Harley Quinn. Gives this one a 9.8/10.

TheLittleSongbird 17 August 2013

Not quite among Cartoon Network's all-time best shows(Dexter's Laboratory, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Johnny Bravo, Powerpuff Girls, Cow and Chicken). But in recent years, alongside Regular Show, Adventure Time and the first three Ben 10 series- Omniverse is a huge disappointment- it is one of their better shows in recent years, The Amazing World of Gumball is also mostly great apart from some weak writing early on. Young Justice isn't quite perfect, the season 2 finale does feel too convenient and incomplete and not all the voice acting was quite there; Brent Spiner is nowhere near sinister or insane enough as Joker, too restrained, Kevin Michael Richardson is over-parted and all his characters sound exactly the same(Mal Duncan is the worst case), and while Nolan North has times where he is right on the money at others he is not powerful or heroic enough as Superman.

The rest of the voice acting though is fabulous, all the Young Justice team are voiced with depth and a great dynamic. Even if Jesse McCartney does start off a tad too lightweight for Nightwing he does mature, as Robin and Dick Grayson he is spot on. Bruce Greenwood is pitch-perfect as Batman, he doesn't erase memories of Kevin Conroy but is suitably dark and brooding. There are no complaints to be made of Vanessa Marshall and Maggie Q as Black Canary and Wonder Woman, and Phil LaMarr is a good Aquaman. For the villain roles, Miguel Ferrer, Oded Ferr, Mark Rolston, Keith Szarabajka, Danny Trejo and Arnold Vosloo are particularly good, though all except for Joker are good. The secondary characters are memorable, the likes of Phil LaMarr, Tara Strong, Edward Asner, Crispin Freeman, Jeff Bennett Geoff Pierson and Cree Summer are without fault. G. Gordon Godfrey is annoying in a way and the only character who isn't (intentionally) likable, but Tim Curry voices with such adept smarmy drollness and sinks his teeth into Godfrey's monologues.

But it's not just the voice acting that makes up and comes across strongly in Young Justice. The animation is great here, somewhat anime in look but colourful, detailed and atmospheric, when it calls for it to have a serious approach- and there are numerous cases of that- it does so very effectively without being overly so. The fluidity of the backgrounds and character movements and how dynamically the colours and shadings are used are to much admired. The music has a feel and orchestration that suits the tone perfectly without making too serious or upbeat, with some beautiful and haunting moments. There's nothing cheesy or forgettable about the theme tune either(unlike other Cartoon Network shows like Ben 10: Omniverse and Johnny Test, how is that show still airing?)

From a writing and narrative standpoint, Young Justice also scores. The dialogue is very thought-provoking and intelligently written, doing a great job at giving the characters depth and complexity and also with an ability to provide emotional depth and a some subtle humour. The story lines are always compelling and succeeds in drawing us into the world the characters live in, there is great atmosphere and the action is exciting and well-animated. It is true that narratively the first season is better than the second, the second season was still interesting and well done on the most part if not quite as well-developed and focused in tone. The characters really make the show work, Robin and Speedy stand out in the Young Justice team though all of them have likable and resourceful personalities. Batman, Black Canary, Won

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