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New Young Justice: Invasion Clip – Complications

New Young Justice: Invasion Clip - Complications

A new clip and a ton of preview images have been released for this week’s episode of Young Justice: Invasion, titled “Complications.” The episode continues the Black Manta’s vendetta against Miss Martian, with Aqualad also encountering problems of his own.

In “Complications,” Black Manta has given Miss Martian only 24 hours to live, which may seem bad enough, but Aqualad actually has it worse – as he’s got Sportsmaster and Cheshire hunting him down. He may end up having even less time than Miss Martian.

You can check out the video and the image gallery below:

Young Justice Exclusive Clips: Image

Young Justice Exclusive Clips: Image

Warner Bros. Entertainment has made available two exclusive clips from this week’s episode of Young Justice. Entitled “Image”, the episode deals with a covert operation against Queen Bee’s base of operations in Qurac. The mission puts Miss Martian face to face with her greatest fear and biggest secret, but she has to make a choice: will she reveal her secrets to her teammates, or will she continue to hide them even it if spells doom for the entire team?

Superboy, Miss Martian give Young Justice Terrors on Cartoon Network

Superboy, Miss Martian give Young Justice Terrors on Cartoon Network

As Cartoon Network eases back into it’s fall season, we get to delve deeper into the lives of the Young Justice League, with brand new episodes of Young Justice. This Friday, September 23rd, we not only get a first hand look at all the good and hope brought about the team, but also the Terrors, as indicated by the episode’s title. With his colleagues Martian Manhunter and Superman, Batman assigns Superboy and Miss Martian to Belle Reve Penitentiary, where they are to go undercover among some of the world’s most dangerous super villains. How’s that for a welcome back? TOON in to see how it all turns out tonight at 6:30pm in Warner Bros.’ Young Justice: Terrors

Young Justice Targets include: Red Arrow, Cheshire, Aqualad, The Light

Young Justice Targets include Red Arrow, Cheshire, Aqualad and The Light

Cartoon Network has some special plans in store for Young Justice tonight, September 16th. Actually, the plans are much more from the villainous League of Shadows, Lex Luthor, Ra’s al Ghul, and The Light. Oh, just them? It all starts when Red Arrow actually prevents Cheshire from taking out Lex Luthor, once and for all — only to later see Roy and Aqualad team to battle with Chesire and Sportsmaster. Meanwhile, Superboy and Miss Martian must tackle an adversary of their own: school! To best handle the challenges, they each adopt their own secret identity; Connor Kent and Megan Morse. Throw in Sportsmaster mentioning something about a mole on the Young Justice team, and you got yourself one jam packed episode – Young Justice: Targets!

Young Justice season 1.5 hits Targets on Cartoon Network, September 16

Young Justice season 1.5 hits Targets on Cartoon Network September 16th

It’s not quite the second season, but with a 6-month break between episodes, we’re happy to refer to this as season 1.5! Whatever you call it, Young Justice starts off with a bang this Friday, September 16th with a brand new episode called Targets. Not only do we get to see the return of all of our favorite Young Justice League (Superboy, Robin, Aqualad, Miss Martian, and Kid Flash) but Red Arrow also drops by – as a surprise to us and the League of Shadows! The group better have enjoyed their time off, because things aren’t going to get any easier moving forward! Especially considering that Superman’s Lex Luthor is teaming with Batman’s Ra’s al Ghul to further the goals of The Light.

Red Arrow returns in Young Justice: Targets on Cartoon Network Sept 16

Red Arrow returns in Young Justice: Targets on Cartoon Network Sept 16

Were you able to keep busy during your summer vacation? Because the team members of Young Justice certainly did! As they gear up for their official return to Cartoon Network, we’ll finally get back into the action with Robin, Superboy, Aqualad, Miss Martian, Red Arrow, and Kid Flash! It all kicks off Friday, September 16th, at 6:30pm (right after Batman: the Brave and the Bold) with the new episode called Targets. In the Warner Bros. toon, Red Arrow looks to put a stop to the League of Shadows once and for all. Unfortunately, things don’t go exactly as planned. How and why? TOON in Friday and find out!

Young Justice goes Bereft, tonight on Cartoon Network

Young Justice goes Bereft, tonight on Cartoon Network

At 7pm tonight, the Young Justice team finds itself wandering the desert of BIALYA with no memory. Not how they got there, not how they know each other, or not of anything that has happened in the last six months. Who do you go to when trouble like this happens? Justice League Unlimited’s Martian Manhunter! Oh, wait. Alright, well, who do you go to when he’s busy? Young Justice’s own Miss Martian, whose psychic abilities can restore their minds and help them figure out what happened. At least, she can try. TOON in tonight on Cartoon Network to see what happens on “Bereft”!

Young Justice has an Infiltrator on Cartoon Network

Young Justice has an Infiltrator on Cartoon Network

Green Arrow is the Justice League’s definitive archer who, for years, trained Red Arrow as his sidekick and successor. But when Red Arrow rejected the invitation to the new chapter of Young Justice, the group looked elsewhere for those abilities, finding them in Artemis. Now, she faces an uphill battle trying to win over her new teammates as she tries to fill Red Arrow’s boots on a mission he initiated: saving a brilliant young scientist from the League of Shadows. What happens? You’ll have to watch Young Justice’s latest episode, “Infiltrator”, at 7pm tonight, February 11th on Cartoon Network to find out!

Young Justice gets Schooled tonight on Cartoon Network

Young Justice gets Schooled tonight on Cartoon Network

Robin, Kid Flash, Superboy, Aqualad, Miss Martian, etc. They’re all amazingly talented individuals, and an even more impressive team when stacked together. But how does the lot compare when going head to head with their icons of the DC Universe, the Justice League? As impressive as Robin is, can he match up with Batman? It’s just this type of conflict that keeps the younger half in training. Superboy seems to be taking this the hardest, specifically due to Superman’s non-acknowledgment of him. When frustration peaks, and the Boy of Steel goes rogue, it could spell the end of both teams. Be sure to TOON in tonight, Friday, February 4th at 7:00 p.m. on Cartoon Network for Young Justice’s latest episode, Schooled.

Robin, Superboy, Kid Flash… who else should be in Young Justice?

Robin, Superboy, Kid Flash... who else should be in Young Justice?

We’re just a few episodes in to Cartoon Network’s latest superhero series Young Justice, and fans are already debating who else should be on the squad. The same was true of the CN’s previous trip through the DC Universe, Justice League, and back then, the channel was more than happy to sprinkle in a number of guest stars, team-ups, and add-ons — even moreso when Justice League Unlimited ballooned the super roster to dozens to heroes. No official talk of expansion yet for the YJ squad, but that wont stop us from making dream teams! Who do you think should join Robin, Superboy, Kid Flash, Aqualad, and Miss Martian? Make Speedy official? Raven from Teen Titans? Static Shock? Blue Beetle from the Brave and the Bold?

Young Justice series debuts on Cartoon Network

Young Justice series debuts on Cartoon Network

In Young Justice, being a teenager means proving yourself over and over — to peers, parents, teachers, mentors and, ultimately, to yourself. But what if you’re not just a normal teenager? What if you’re a teenage super hero? How much harder will it be to prove yourself in a world of super powers, super villains and super secrets? Are you ready to come of age in such a world? Are you ready for life or death rites of passage? Are you ready to join the ranks of the great heroes and prove you’re worthy of the Justice League? That’s exactly what the members of Young Justice — Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian and Artemis — will found out … whether they have what it takes to be a proven hero. It all starts tonight, January 7th, at 7pm on Cartoon Network!

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