We’d been wondering what would become of Young Justice Season 3, to say nothing of DC’s long-defunct live-action Titans series, and now both have been scheduled in one fell swoop. Not only will both arrive in 2018, but Titans and Young Justice: Outsiders will spearhead a new DC-branded digital service.
Warner Bros. hasn’t come forth with many details beyond the initial Young Justice Season 3 announcement, but it looks like the team is reassembling regardless. Aqualad voice and Walking Dead star Khary Payton hints that recording has begun, placing us one step closer to Young Justice’s return.
Both Young Justice fans and stars alike spurred enough interest in a third season for Warner Bros. to finally make it happen, so it isn’t any surprise the majority of voice cast would be on-board. That said, one voice actor’s return does raise an interesting question about a Season 2 character’s fate, and how far West Season 3 might head.
DC has been through a myriad of animated series in recent years (paging Beware the Batman, anyone?), but few have resonated or been so missed as the two-season Young Justice. Well, fan miracles really do happen, as Warner Bros. has officially answered the call to deliver a third season.
Whether you miss the days of Max Fleischer cartoons or even Bruce Timm's take on the DC Universe, there's no shortage of celebrity buzz surrounding voice castings for DC superheroes. And now where Susan Eisenberg, Keri Russell, and Lucy Lawless herself have donned the animated tiara before, now another woman warrior is set for Wonder Woman.