Younger Justice: Phantoms trailer, season 4 episodes pop up on HBO Max



In opposition to all odds, Younger Justice is again with season 4. A trailer for Younger Justice: Phantoms premiered on Saturday at DC FanDome, asserting the present’s return … on Saturday. Sure, the primary two episodes of the season debuted shortly after the announcement on HBO Max.
Younger Justice’s first two seasons ran on Cartoon Community from 2010 to 2013. Produced by Brandon Vietti (Batman: Beneath the Purple Hood and Jackie Chan Adventures) and Greg Weisman (Gargoyles and Star Wars Rebels), it adopted the lives of a gaggle of teenage sidekicks, whom had been delegated as a covert ops staff by the Justice League, as they tried to show themselves as heroes and cope with their very own struggles. The present was cancelled after the second season, inspiring quite a few fan campaigns to convey the present again. These decided fan efforts finally gave approach to the announcement of a 3rd season in 2016, which debuted on DC Universe in 2019.

This upcoming season of Younger Justice will give attention to the set of core characters launched within the first season (nicely… those which can be nonetheless alive). The huge, sprawling third season of the present launched an entire roster of DC characters, which served for an intriguing and tight plot maybe on the expense of character growth. However the first poster for Younger Justice: Phantoms focuses on the unique staff: Nightwing, Miss Martian, Superboy, Aqualad, and Artemis (with Rocket and Zatanna, who joined later within the first season, additionally within the highlight).
When the present debuted 11 years in the past on Cartoon Community, the characters had been all of their teenagers and the community made their issues — and the fights! — fairly PG. However now on HBO Max, the Younger Justice staff is nicely of their 20s and coping with extra advanced points than they might on Cartoon Community. Plus, onscreen blood!
The primary two episodes of Younger Justice: Phantoms are out now. New episodes will likely be out there each Thursday (starting 10/21), streaming on HBO Max.

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