Young Justice Fans Launch Petition To Revive Comic Series

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Warner Bros. Animation and Cartoon Network's Young Justice was received incredibly well by fans, but after two years the show came to an end.

3 years removed from its cancellation, a new petition has surfaced that is requesting DC Entertainment to continue the story of Young Justice in a new comic series written by Christopher Jones and Greg Weisman. There have been prior petitions for a new tv series, but so far the most promising lead is a season 3 possibly being commissioned by Netflix

The petition is currently sitting at 253 signatures out of the 1000 goal, and there seems to be some genuine interest in having this Young Justice team resume their adventures in a monthly book. There was already a Young Justice book that coincided with the show, but not sure how well that sold, as that was cancelled as well. If this is something you want to get behind, you can sign the petition here

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8 Comments

    • Rick
    • 254 Posts in 24 Months

    Was the comic series even good? So many animated spinoff books were never up to snuff compared to the series they were based on.

    • byrd156
    • 178 Posts in 25 Months

    You guys should talk about the #KeepBingingYJ and #RenewYoungJustice campaigns to help spread the word about this series.

  1. Rick said ... (original post)

    Was the comic series even good? So many animated spinoff books were never up to snuff compared to the series they were based on.

    The comics were good, perhaps not on the same level as the show, but they filled in some of the missing stuff on the show. The last issues covered the months before the beginning of season 2 and included flashbacks to other immportant events for the main characters. 

  2. YJ Babs was a awesome.

    • Skaarface
    • 81 Posts in 14 Months

    The comics were okay to start. But once Weisman came on and actually wrote for the book, too, it was like a lot better. It was mostly a "fill in the blank" kind of book, though. It answered some questions that didn't necessarily need answering. But I still enjoyed them.

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