I have a theory about Artemis.
Generally, my more creative theories don't pan out, but this one is based upon something that happened in Insecurity.
Cheshire, Jade, tells Artemis she isn't working for Sportsmaster by choice, suggesting he or perhaps the League of Shadows is somehow holding something over her, but she never says exactly what.
What if Artemis is now in the same situation?
My other theory is that Artemis is now under a hypnotic command to spy on the Light for Batman in the same way Red Arrow did in season one.
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Gotta say I prefer that version over the YJ design though. For some reason without the black gloves and yellow lightning bolt belt thing, I think he looks more like a professional runner than a superhero. But then again, that could be intentional since he was a gold medal-winning Olympic decathlete before becoming a superhero.
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I mean, who complains to or disobeys their boss when he's Ra's Al Ghul?
It's pretty strange considering how brilliant most of the casting and acting is on this show.
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Between this show's J'onn and Avengers: EMH's Black Panther voice, I'm growing tired of the types of voices in these shows that sound overly formal to the point of being completely flat.
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Using Richardson for multiple roles makes sense. He's one of the few (and probably the cheapest) voice actors with deep voices that they have on hand. He has a great range without trying to Mel Blanc everything, which makes him fun to listen to, espicially because he knows how to act into the can. It also saves time and money because he can do three or four characters at once, which is a blessing for a crew having to cast for two hundred characters in less than fifty episodes.
For some reason I could have sworn KMR was Clayface till I found out it was actually North. Almost sounded like he was doing a KMR impression
I didn't catch it before, but Greg claimed (in response to a question) that while he encourages people to check out the video game and that it is set during the five year time skip, all of the relevant information about what happened will be revealed in the actual show.
So it's not like they're keeping stuff deliberately vague or unclear to force people to buy the game.
Anybody who doesn't care about playing the game or being spoiled can just follow the talkback thread and learn any relevant plot points.
I'm going to read reviews and see if it's worth picking up. If it's not, I'll just read reviews of the plot.
Although I am kind of surprised he hasn't used his Keith David-esque levels yet. I suppose they could be saving that for Darkseid.
I also don't think the authors of Young Justice will write Artemis in an episode just to show that she's still with Wally, they will write her in if she brings something to the story. If it can help you to understand what I mean: it's not because we don't see Green Arrow and Black Canary both in the same episode that they are not together anymore.
But I do agree with you that if they are still a couple, it's more likely that we will see both of them together in the same time (and I hope!) than the contrary.
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Justice League addition. All the other League members appeared in the first season in some form. Why add him at ll if not to connect him to Static somehow. Although I personally think Static doesn't need a mentor. He works best as a solo hero and he was never a sidekick. Also his and Black Lightning's powers are different so I hope they don't wind up nerfing Static to make him fit with Black Lightning better.
I already know Static was hinted at appearing, so for me the appearance of BL kinda confirms it for me. The comment about what does one have to do with the other, basically the show is about sidekicks and mentors. Most everyof character that has shown up has had a history of being a sidekick, child, second generation version, or a mentor, parental figure of some heroes/villains in the dcu. Okay not every character fulfilled us seeingthe their connection, but the appearance is enough. We may never see Plastic Baby, Slobo, or Kid Devil, but the appearance of connected characters throughout the series is enough for me.
As I mentioned a while back, he has two daughters who end up becoming superheroes, one while still in her teens and the other while college-aged. They could be including him in the League to introduce them. Meanwhile (as far as we know right now) Blue Beetle and Beast Boy have no mentors in the League so it doesn't seem like the rule from the first season is being as heavily enforced as it once was.
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