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

Versus all chances, Young Justice is back with season 4. A trailer for Young Justice: Phantoms premiered on Saturday at DC FanDome, revealing the program’s return … on Saturday. Yes, the very first 2 episodes of the season debuted soon after the statement on HBO Max.

Young Justice’s very first 2 seasons operated on Animation Network from 2010 to 2013. Produced by Brandon Vietti (Batman: Under the Red Hood and Jackie Chan Experiences) and Greg Weisman (Gargoyles and Star Wars Rebels), it followed the lives of a group of teenage partners, whom were handed over as a concealed ops group by the Justice League, as they attempted to show themselves as heroes and offer with their own battles. The program was cancelled after the 2nd season, motivating various fan projects to bring the program back. Those identified fan efforts ultimately paved the way to the statement of a 3rd season in 2016, which debuted on DC Universe in 2019.

This approaching season of Young Justice will concentrate on the set of core characters presented in the very first season (well… the ones that are still alive). The enormous, stretching 3rd season of the program presented an entire lineup of DC characters, which served for an appealing and tight plot possibly at the cost of character advancement. However the very first poster for Young Justice: Phantoms concentrates on the initial group: Nightwing, Miss Martian, Superboy, Aqualad, and Artemis (with Rocket and Zatanna, who signed up with later on in the very first season, likewise in the spotlight).

When the show debuted 11 years ago on Cartoon Network, the characters were all in their teens and the network made their problems — and the fights! — pretty PG. But now on HBO Max, the Young Justice team is well in their 20s and dealing with more complex issues than they could on Cartoon Network. Plus, onscreen blood!

The very first 2 episodes of Young Justice: Phantoms are out now. New episodes will be readily available every Thursday (starting 10/21), streaming on HBO Max.

a poster showing off the main characters of young justice

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Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.