There's only a handful of animated footage from season two so it makes sense that commercials released so far won't feature everyone.
I get the sense that Young Justice: Invasion is going to follow the Gardner Fox Justice League/Society formula of splitting up the team into small groups for missions. So there will probably be less episodes that features the entire team and more episodes that only focuses on a small amount of members.
Not sure how I feel about that.
Originally Posted by Mister Intensity
As long as they can balance it better than JL/U, it can work.
Originally Posted by Lanmanna
I don't get the problem. They did the exact same thing in JLU beginning with the initiation. They had green lantern then the rest of the team were supergirl, green arrow, captain atom. It's not exactly revolutionary. It'll be fine.
There's that, but it's also not like Young Justice itself hasn't shown the heroes working in smaller groups. Just going off the top of my head, Insecurity and Performance had missions not involving all team members and I'm sure there's more if I went through each episode. And all of those episodes turned out just fine, so I'm sure it'll work in Invasion if they go that route.
Originally Posted by young101
Although what does confuse me is all this talk about a time jump. I'm not against the idea of it (although do we really know this is happening or is it just fan speculation?), but I think it would be a strong departure from the way the show's meticulously crafted its storytelling and character development so far. Up until now, it's always been a slow, methodical progression in character development, in direct contrast to surprising us with a bunch of changes (for shock value or the mystery of it) and then filling in the missing gaps later. Now, I'm sure it would work out fine with later episodes filling in the gap along the way, but it would be a pretty jarring change in storytelling compared to season one.
I'd figured as much, but with people talking about it as if it were confirmed I wasn't sure. Thanks for clearing it up.
Originally Posted by Yojimbo
Last edited by k.s.; 04-24-2012 at 11:43 PM.
As for Robin's new look, I think I took a couple grabs of him from trailers. Take a look at the first post of this thread and skim through the current news spoiler tag. They're also sprinkled around in this thread and the last one. Also here's the group shot from the start of the game and the ending, which gives a look at the new design, too:
Mr. Weisman also replied about Chad Lowe voicing Captain Marvel
And interesting little bits about the villains from "Misplaced"
Rob was no longer available, and Chad - with Rob's blessing - kindly stepped in.
But Blackbriar Thorn is a druid. Felix Faust is an alchemist. Wotan is an immortal Viking sorcerer (at least in his latest incarnation. Klarion is a Lord of Chaos. Wizard is a wizard.
I think they expanded the previous game before, so it's possible there's more on the way.
Originally Posted by Gimpyhair
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Originally Posted by staticblack
No, it is not confirmed. It is only speculation by fans.
Originally Posted by k.s.
Just want to point out that Blue Beetle was not drop from B:TB&TB after the first season.
Originally Posted by BonnieB21:-)
He was in the only teaser in which Batman did not appear. BB teamed with Stargirl.
And BB was a member of the newly formed Justice League in Season 3.
He was on the show from start to finish.
Robin's new design looks interesting.
Glad Batgirl will be seeing some action.
As said, it hasn't been confirmed. But logically it makes the mists sense as Greg has said that as of December 31, the only teen heroes were the Eight members of the team. So for the next day to suddenly have at least half a dozen more teen heroes makes no sense, especially since it looks as if they've been active for a while from the commercials.
Originally Posted by k.s.
Who Cares About Blue Beetle
Wonder who's gonna voice Blue Beetle. Probably not Will Friedle.
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