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Discussion in 'The DC Comics Animation Forum' started by Yojimbo, Feb 23, 2017.
Phil's been drawing.
Hmmm... Does that mean they have officially entered pre-production? Greg must have broken down the production phases on his site at some point.
Just realized that, four years ago today, the final episode of Young Justice Invasion aired on Cartoon Network.
Hopefully by this time next year, we'll have some concrete stuff regarding the show's 3rd Season.
Yeah, it's out there. I should dig out my old notes. I recall for season 1 - it was in development in March 2009 then greenlit in October 2009. Casting we know of took place between November 2009 to January 2010. April 2010 it was officially announced. By September 3, 2010, 17 scripts were done. Post-Production started September 2010. Pilot aired November 26, 2010. All work on season 1 ended November 22, 2011.
So far, the earliest mention by a fan of it online was August 2014. I think at this time, Greg and Brandon were still dropping tidbits in interviews before they agreed to stop. So maybe it was mentioned in brief during a podcast or con interview.
I'd also like to point out that the large "development" window for the first season is going to be cut significantly for season 3 considering that they already had the basic outline for it done etc before ever being renewed.
I also think we're getting a good chunk of episodes. Phil said he has script(s) and Greg said more recently that he's been reading Rebirth for "potential research." If we have scripts done and he's still "researching," we probably have a sizable season.
Yeah. But comparing 1 and 2 -- season 1 had something like 2 years and 8 months of production. Season 2 had about 1 year and 7 months. Looking over the production updates I transcribed, I totally forgot the pilot was finished about 2 weeks before it aired!
It seems like based on production, they might have the first 3 or so episodes recorded by June optimistically.
It has been my experience these things usually take longer than you think they should, but that's just speculation.
It wouldn't surprise me if Starfire did join the team in the new season for the following reason... The producers know how much the viewers love to ship. Starfire's inclusion would set up a love-triangle between herself, Nightwing, and Bat-Girl. Up until now, Barbara has tolerated DIck's philandering because she always figured when it was time for him to settle down it would be with her. But, introducing Starfire to the cast might change all that. In the comics, Dick's two major love interests have been Babs and Kory.
And in the comics, Dick has, at different times, nearly married both Barbara and Kory.
I've been re-reading some older posts speculating that Wally is in the speed-force. I know Greg has said he doesn't like the idea of the speed-force, but has he ever actually said that it doesn't exist on Earth-16?
Other posts indicate Greg said we would meet more of M'Gann's family. I can't say I'm all that interested in another M'Gann story-line. Her arc in Invasion was a good one, but I think she got enough of the spotlight. Wally and Connor are in serious need of attention.
(Yeah, I'm making the assumption Wally is alive because I think he is. Think about it. Contentment is the enemy of drama and there's not much drama in Artemis and Wally living happily ever after. The only thing to do is to tear them apart so they can get back together. Yes, it's speculation, but not unreasonable speculation.)
Obviously, I'm a fan of Artemis. I hope she gets the spotlight for that reason alone. Dealing with a loss of that magnitude can't be easy. I hope, though, that Greg won't have her lose her mind just because her boyfriend died. I doubt he would do that, but I just have to say it's a tired trope.
As for Kaldur, there is only one story-line they could pursue with him that would interest me: Kaldur coming out of the closet. Again, this is just speculation, but I have thought for awhile if there was one member of the main cast that was secretly gay it was him.
Brandon Vietti posted this teaser of index cards.
I am curious to see more of Martian culture and the rest of J'onn's family (especially since they're usually dead), and it might be an opportunity to introduce Ma'alefa'ak or some of Martian Manhunters other obscure foes .
Rather then losing her mind, I'm worried as to whether Artemis as Tigress will still be on the right side of the law by the time we see her next .
Greg was the first one to tease that Kaldur may not have been exactly "straight," and in-light of him reading Rebirth for research, that might be developed further in season 3.
I don't know if someone else brought this up (I didn't have time to read through everything), but even though I still think Netflix is the most likely home for season 3, I'm starting to think Toonami could have a good shot too.
I know a few years back it was said that they didnt have the budget, but since they're now airing the new season of Samurai Jack, season 3 of YJ would make sense as another "revival" of an older Cartoon Network show.
I love the time stamp, with the recurring use of the number 16!
I hope those big piles of index cards towards the back are cards that have been written on and not just spares.
Well, in the comics Tigress is a bad guy and she is romantically linked to Icicle Jr.. Maybe the light will brainwash her in retaliation for her actions in Invasion?
It would be interesting if they introduced Jemm, son of Saturn.
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Found my old notes on production of season 1 and 2. Easier to look it than skim the list of all news I guess. I think it's legible (?) and should be able to zoom on them. If anyone's interested, click on the thumbnails.
Sorry, they are completely unreadable for me.
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No worries, I had a feeling.
EDIT: So I tried a different route and did some copy pasting -- worked up production for season 1, season 2, comic, Legacy, and season 3.
Total Approximate Time on Production: 2 years, 8 months
March 2009: In Development.
October 2009: Series is Greenlit.
November 20, 2009: Casting - Tequan Richmond read for the part of Aqualad.
January 27, 2010: Casting - Stephanie Lemelin was cast as Artemis.
April 21, 2010: Announcements - Young Justice announced at CN Upfront.
September 3, 2010: 17 scripts are complete. Post-Production begins later on in September
*Voice recording is complete on the first 13 episodes
*Partially recorded on episodes 14-16
*Episode 17 recording will be on September 7th,
*Episode 18's script is being written
*Episodes 19-22 are in outline
*Episodes 23-24 are in beat outline
*Episodes 25-26 are approved premises
November 16, 2010: 2 episodes are done.
*Episode 1 and 2 were completed last week and are ready to air
*Episode 3 is edited and locked for time while awaiting retakes from Korea, and there was a meeting with composers (Dynamic Music Partners) Monday morning to discuss music for the episode
*Episode 5 arrived from Korea (Moi Animation) last week and is now being edited
*Episode 6 key animation has been completed, inbetweens are in progress, and 110 scenes are in the process of being colored
*Episode 7 ink and paint on models is in progress at WB while animation layout has begun in Korea
*Episode 10 background paint is in progress at WB and in Korea, key animation has been completed on 153 scenes
*Episode 11 designs for backgrounds, characters, and props are being finished up at WB
*Episode 14 storyboards were shipped to Korea this week and designs are being worked on at Warner Bros.
*Episode 16 storyboards are complete and are currently being noted, revised, and cut to the proper length
*Episode 18, 19, and 20 are currently being storyboarded
*Episode 21 has a Tuesday morning recording
*Episode 22 first draft of the script is complete
*Episode 24 story outline is complete and ready to go to script
*Episode 26 story beats have been worked out and finalized on hand written on 3x5 cards that are currently tacked up on a wall in Greg Weisman's office.
January 10, 2011: 5 episodes are completed.
*Episodes 3-5 are completed
*Episode 6 is very close to being completed
*Episode 7's music, sound and visual After-FX are bing worked on this week
*Episodes 8-10 are being animated
*Episode 11-12's animation begun overseas, while the WBA team finishes color models
*Episode 13-16's layouts are being done overseas while the WBA team finalizes line-art models
*Episodes 17-22 has its scripts in revision
*Episode 18 Weisman is currently giving notes on the last act of the board
*Epiosde 22 Weisman is supervising a dialogue edit of the recording session this week
*Episode 23 is being storyboarded
*Episode 24's recording session is tomorrow
*Episode 25's notes on the first draft script are due tomorrow
*Episode 26's first draft script is the process of being written by Weisman
February 23, 2011: All scripting and recording has finished.
*Episodes 8-9 are in post-production
*Episodes 10-13 are being animated in Korea
*Episodes 14-15 are having their models colored
*Episodes 16-18 are getting final models on characters, props and BGs finished
*Episode 19 is in checking
*Episode 20 is in timing
*Episode 21 is in storyboard revision
*Episodes 22-24 are awaiting storyboard notes and revisions from their directors and/or the producers
*Episodes 25-26 are in storyboard.
May 12, 2011: 11 episodes are finished.
*Episodes 10 and 11 are finished and ready to air in June
*Episode 12 is in post-production and the Sound Mix will be done tomorrow (May 13th)
*Episode 13 is in post-production and the edit should be locked later today
*Episodes 14 to 19 are in Korea being animated
*Episodes 20 to 24 are in Korea in layout, while final models are being completed at WBA
*Episode 25 storyboard is in checking and track and came out slightly too long (Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman will be cutting slivers out of it before it ships)
*Episode 26's storyboard is in revision
July 1, 2011: 15 episodes are finised.
*Episodes 10-15 are done
*Episodes 16-18 are in post
*Episode 19 just got back from overseas animation
*Episode 20-26 are being animated
July 12, 2011:
*Episode 16 awaits only the final on-line
*Episode 17 will have its sound mix on Friday
*Episode 18 has been edited and work progresses on scoring and sound effects
*Episode 19 is ready to begin post-production
*Episodes 20-23 are being animated in Korea
*Episodes 24-26 are in layout in Korea, while final color models are being finished in the States.
August 1, 2011: 18 episodes are finished.
*Episodes 16-18 are done
*Episodes 19-21 are in post-production
*Episodes 22-25 are in animation
*Episode 26 is in layout overseas with final color models going out today.
August 29, 2011: 19 episodes are finished.
*Episodes 10-19 are complete
*Episodes 20-23 are in post production (staff previewed music for 20 and spotted music for 21)
*Episodes 24-26 are still being animated
September 14, 2011: 21 episodes are finished.
*Episodes 10-21 are complete
*Episode 22 in post and mixing sound next week
*Episode 23 in post and will be edited/looked on Friday
*Episode 25 just came back from Korea and retakes to be called
*Episodes 24 and 26 are being finished up in Korea
October 4, 2011: 23 episodes are finished.
*Episodes 13-23 are done and ready to air
*Episodes 24 and 25 are in post-production
*Episode 26 is almost done being animated in Korea
November 1, 2011: 25 episodes are finished.
*Episodes 16-25 are complete and ready to air
*Episode 26 is in post production.
November 22, 2011: All 26 episodes are complete and ready to air. All work on season one is done.
Total Approximate Time on Production: 1 year, 7 months
February 14, 2011: Logan Grove is booked as a series regular for role of Beast Boy.
Fourth Week of March 2011: Work began on season two.
March 23, 2011: Young Justice: Invasion announced as a special 10 episode mini-series
May 12, 2011:
*Episode 01 is in script
*Episode 02's outline is waiting for notes that should come in today
*Episode 03's outline is being edited by Greg Weisman this week
*Episodes 04 to 10 are in outline.
July 1, 2011: Young Justice Season Two announced to start in March 2012 with DC Nation
July 1, 2011:
*Episodes 1-3 are mostly recorded
*Episode 4's script is done and awaiting notes
*Epsiodes 5-10 are in outline.
July 12, 2011: 2 episodes recorded.
*Episodes 2x01-2x02 are fully recorded and are in storyboard.
*Episode 2x03 is almost fully recorded, one actor left to pick up, and it is also in storyboard.
*Episode 2x04 will record this week, and is also in storyboard
*Episode 2x05 Brandon Vietti, has turned in his draft of the script, and Greg Weisman is set to read and edit it.
*Episode 2x06's outline, written by Peter David and edited by Greg Weisman, went out Monday for notes, which are due tomorrow.
*Episode 2x07 Kevin Hopps turned in his outline and Greg Weisman is set to read and edit.
*Episode 2x08 is written by Greg Weisman. The outline will start after he edits the outline to 2x07.
*Episode 2x09 is written by Jon Weisman, turned in his outline, and Greg Weisman set to read and edit.
*Episode 2x10 is by Kevin Hopps and he is working on his outline. There is not yet a pick-up beyond episode 2x10, but the staff was told to start blocking out episodes 2x11-2x20 in anticipation of one.
*Episode 2x11: Staff has broken this story. Greg Weisman is to write up the Beat Outline, though it is all on index cards.
*Episode 2x12: The basics of this one are done, but Greg Weisman, Brandon Vietti, and Kevin Hopps still need to finish breaking the story.
*Episodes 2x13-2x20: Staff has a very clear sense of the arc and what things need to happen, but haven't started on these yet
August 1, 2011:
*Episodes 1-4 are in storyboard
*Episode 5 is recording on 8/2/11
*Episode 6 Weisman is editing script now
*Episode 7 is awaiting notes
*Episode 8 Weisman has to write outline,
*Episode 9 Weisman has to read writer's draft of outline
*Episode 10 is in outline
*Episodes 11-12's beat outlines are complete
*Episode 13 is in the middle of being broken on index cards.
August 19, 2011: Peter David recently attended a recording session for another episode he wrote (season two, episode six).
August 29, 2011:
*Episode 1 is shipping to Korea at end of the week
*Episode2 is in timing
*Episode3 is in storyboard clean-ups
*Episode 4 is awaiting board notes
*Episodes 5-6 are being storyboarded
*Episode 7 does voice recording on Tuesday (8/30/11)
*Episodes 8-10 are all in script
*Episodes 11-20 have been approved into production.
*Brandon Vietti, Kevin Hopps and Greg Weisman are pitching the arc of the season to DC, CN and WB this Wednesday (8/31/11). If that goes well, then the first writer's meeting to assign 211-214 is on Thursday (9/1/11). Beatsheets for 11-16 are complete.
*Weisman has 17-20's on index cards and has to transcribe them into a document.
September 14, 2011:
*Episodes 1-2 shipped to Korea, 3 ships this week
*Episode 4 in storyboard revisions and Greg Weisman and Brandon Vietti only need to do notes on last act
*Episode 5 is waiting on storyboard notes
*Episodes 6-7 in storyboarding
*Episode 8's script went final and recording will be next week
*Episode 9's script is being currently edited by Weisman
*Episode 10 is in script
*Episode 11's outline is waiting to be edited by Weisman
*Episodes 12-14 are in outline
*Episodes 15-17 have been handed to writers for outline today
*Episodes 18-20 will be handed to writers next week and beatsheets are done
October 4, 2011
*Episodes 1-3 shipped to Korea
*Episodes 4-9 are in storyboard
*Episode 10 is in script
*Episodes 11-20 are in outline
November 1, 2011
*Episodes 1-6 are being animated in Korea
*Episodes 7-9 are recorded and in storyboard and design
*Episodes 10-11 are partially recorded and in storyboard and design
*Episode 12 has a first draft script awaiting notes
*Episode 13 has an outline approved and Greg Weisman is to write a script
*Episode 14 is in outline and should be done editing tonight
*Episode 15 has an outline to be read and edited by Greg Weisman
*Episodes 16-20 are in outline based on approved beat sheets.
November 22, 2011
*Episodes 1-7 are being animated overseas
*Episodes 8-13 are in storyboard and design
*Episodes 8-9 are fully recorded
*Episodes 10-12 a few voice actors still have to record for 10-12
*Episode 13's script is done and will be recorded on 11/29/2011
*Episode 14's script is currently being edited by Greg Weisman
*Episode 15's script is to be edited by Weisman
*Episodes 16-18's outlines are to be edited by Weisman
*Episode 19's script is to be written by Weisman
*Episode 20's outline is being worked on by Kevin Hopps
January 2012: All scripts for Invasion were done.
February 3, 2012: All scripts are locked and final.
*Episode 1 is in post-production and crew is locking the final cut in editorial today
*Episode 2 is in post-production awaiting retakes
*Episode 3 is in post-production and retakes called today
*Episode 4 is being animated overseas but should be shipped to WBA next week
*Episodes 5-7 are overseas being animated
*Episode 8 is overseas being animated while WBA finishes color models
*Episode 9 is overseas being animated while WBA works on color models
*Episodes 10-11 are both overseas being animated, WBA crew working on color models, will record one voice (who was out sick) in ADR during post-production (Weisman temped in the lines for the actor)
*Episode 12 is overseas being animated while WBA crew has color models to work on
*Episode 13 storyboard is in track and checking
*Episode 14 storyboard is in revision and track
*Episode 15 storyboard is in notes
*Episode 16 storyboard is in and going to slug
*Episode 17 storyboard is in
*Episode 18 is in storyboard and still have two actors to pick up
*Episode 19 is in storyboard and fully recorded
*Episode 20 is in storyboard, crew picked up a couple actors earlier today, and tentatively recording the rest of the cast Tuesday February 7th
March 5, 2012: 2 episodes are finished.
*Episodes 1 and 2 are done
*Episode 3 has mixed and the online will be done tomorrow, then that will be done
*Episode 4 is in post-production, locked picture last Friday, and spotted the music today
*Episode 5 is in post-production and called retakes for it last week
*Episode 6 should come in for post, pretty much any minute
*Episodes 7-9 have all been fully shipped overseas for animation
*Episodes 10-14 have also shipped though some of the color work on BGs and models is still being completed at WBA
*Episode 15 should ship this week
*Episode 16 is in board revision and notes
*Episode 17 is in slug
*Episodes 18-19 boards are going to slug and notes ASAP
*Episode 20 clean boards should come in early this week.
April 16, 2012: 6 episodes are finished.
*Episodes 1-6 are done
*Episode 7 - staff previewed the music score today, will mix it on Thursday, it should be done by Tuesday at the latest
*Episode 8 - staff spotted the music today and should be done one week after 7
*Episode 9 comes back from overseas tomorrow for retakes and editing
*Episodes 10-11 should arrive soon and still need to pick up one actor for these two shows in ADR
*Episodes 12-16 are all overseas being animated
*Episode 17 ships today
*Episode 18 is in storyboard revision
*Episode 19 is waiting for producers to give notes on the storyboard
*Episode 20 - the board is being cleaned up now for notes.
April 27, 2012: Weisman and Vietti are reviewing the last storyboards and designs for the last episode of Season Two
June 13, 2012: 10 episodes are finished
*Episodes 8-10 are ready to air
*Episode 11 has been edited and spotted for music and sound effects
*Episode 12 is being edited
*Episodes 13-18 are all overseas being animated
*Episodes 19-20 are also overseas being animated, but there a few more color models in Burbank left to be completed and approved.
September 18, 2012: 18 episodes are finised.
*Episodes 8-18 are ready to air
*Episode 19 is back from overseas and staff will be calling retakes and locking picture this week
*Episode 20 is due in from Moi late this week.
September 26, 2012: Editing on Episode 20 started.
October 5, 2012: Sound mix on Episode 19 completed. On Monday, the staff will finalize 19 and deliver it
October 8, 2012: Episode 19 is completed
October 20, 2012: Episode 20 is in the mix stage.
October 24, 2012: Episode 20 was completed at 11:44 A.M. PDT
October 13, 2010: The companion comic book series announced.
September 14, 2011: 8 issues are finished
*Issue 8 is complete
*Issue 9 is being inked
*Issue 10 is being pencilled and cover is done
*Issue 11's script was just turned in by Greg Weisman and cover is done
*Issue 12's cover has been pencilled and inked and Weisman is to break story page by page tonight
*Issues 13-14's story is being discussed by Weisman and Kevin Hopps and then Hopps will break story page by page
October 4, 2011:
*Issue 9 shipped for printing
*Issue 10 is being inked
*Issue 11 is being penciled
*Issue 12 is being scripted
*Issue 13-15 have been plotted.
November 1, 2011:
*Issue 10 has shipped
*Issues 11-12 are being penciled
*Issue 13 is scripted
*Issue 14 is in script
*Issue 15 has been plotted.
November 22, 2011
*Issue 11 is being colored
*Issue 12 is being inked
*Issue 13 is being pencilled
*Issue 14 Weisman is doing his pass on Hopps' script
*Issue 15 Hopps is working on his first pass of 15's script
January 18, 2012: Chris Jones is nearly finished inking Issue #14 and pencilling Issue #15.
February 3, 2012:
*Issue #13 is at the printers
*Issue #14 is being inked by Chris Jones
*Issue #15's script is done and awaits pencilling
*Issue #16's script will be finished by Greg Weisman by the weekend
*Issue #17 is plotted and Kevin Hopps is working on the first draft script.
April 16, 2012:
*Issue 16 is at the printers
*Issue 17 is being pencilled
*Issue 18 is scripted and awaiting pencilling
*Issue 19 is plotted and is being scripted now
*Issues 20-22 are pretty much locked down story-wise
*Issues 23 and Beyond - a fairly clear idea of the stories to be told
June 13, 2012: 17 issues are done.
*Issue 17 is done
*Issue 18 is being inked
*Issue 19 is being pencilled
*Issue 20 is scripted and ready for pencilling
*Issue 21 is being scripted now
*Issue 22-25 are all loosely plotted.
August 28, 2012: Chris Jones is currently inking Beast Boy in Issue #21
September 18, 2012:
*Issue 21 is being colored by Zac Atkinson
*Issue 22 is being penciled by Chris Jones
*Issues 23-24 are both fully scripted and await penciling
*Issue 25 is plotted. Greg Weisman will start on the script tonight.
November 6, 2012: Chris Jones is almost finished inking Issue #23.
November 15, 2012: Chris Jones is currently working on Issue #24
December 4, 2012: Chris Jones tweets he just received the script for Issue #25
January 9, 2013: Chris Jones is currently inking Issue #25.
January 16, 2013: Chris Jones is finishing up inking Issue #25
Total Approximate Time on Production: 2 years
January to October 2012: Weisman and Brandon Vietti gave free input for Legacy
February 21, 2012: A new video game, titled Young Justice: Legacy announced
September 2, 2012: Reached Pre-Alpha stage this weekend and almost half of the game's content is up and running.
September 18, 2012: Greg Weisman has done a bit of polishing on some of the dialogue to make sure it's consistent with the show
September 24, 2012: Greg Weisman has just edited another dialogue script for cut scenes
September 24, 2012: voice acting has not been recorded yet but it is coming up. waiting on final WB approvals on game scripts of last 2 areas, and the entire story was approved earlier this year.
October 22, 2012: Voice over recording begins this week
October 22, 2012: Khary Payton recorded
October 29, 2012: Kelly Hu recorded today with Danica McKellar, Nolan North, Vanessa Marshall, Phil LaMarr and Lacey Chabert also scheduled. Stephanie Lemelin, Khary Payton, Bruce Greenwood (Weisman was not present because it was during the last sound mix for Season 2, Episode 20), Yuri Lowenthal, Jason Spisak and Thom Adcox have already recorded. There will be more recordings later in the week
October 30, 2012: Voice recording - Mark Rolston recorded for Lex Luthor and later in the day: Eric Lopez, Jesse McCartney and Cameron Bowen. There will be more recording next week
November 6, 2012: Voice recording for Young Justice: Legacy. Nick Chinlund and Kevin Michael Richardson recorded on Monday and Cree Summer, today
November 20, 2012: The reason for Young Justice: Legacy's release being pushed to March is "for quality and game development reasons," including "a massive amount of cut scenes in the game with a large voice cast" and "several development milestones ran behind."
February 5, 2013: Little Orbit CEO Matthew Scott reveals the game is in the late stages of development between Beta and GMC. The game and story is done.
May 23, 2013: Young Justice: Legacy has already been approved for Steam
May 25, 2013: Young Justice: Legacy is submitted to manufacturing in June then the team will work on DLC afterwards
May 26, 2013: Little Orbit is currently working on Young Justice: Legacy pre-order bonuses with retailers
June 12, 2013: The Wii, Wii U and 3DS versions have been delayed to 2014 to make them better suited for each platform
August 2, 2013: The release date of Young Justice: Legacy has been delayed to November 19, 2013.
October 19, 2013: Little Orbit announces they are officially finished with Young Justice: Legacy
November 27, 2013: Little Orbit reports PSN's DLC for Young Justice: Legacy will go live on December 3rd
September 27, 2012: Season 3 is all worked out very much in advance - the basic storyline and the characters, not exactly what would happen in every episode
November 1-2, 2016: Greg Weisman learns about season 3 happening
November 7, 2016: Season Three has been greenlit
November 14, 2016: Greg Weisman starts at Warner Brothers
November 15, 2016: Greg Weisman confirms they only started arcing the season and voice recording is months away.
December 15, 2016: Only Greg Weisman and Brandon Vietti are currently working on stories for season three.
December 25, 2016: Greg Weisman clarifies season three is not in pre-production yet.
December 27, 2016: Greg Weisman estimates season three can't possibly be ready before November 2017 at the earliest
January 7, 2017: Phil Bourassa works on season three at WBA.
February 26, 2017: Phil Bourassa notes he is working on season three
March 7, 2017: Phil Bourassa works on season three at WBA
March 9, 2017: Phil Bourassa looked at scripts for season three and texted the producers in real time.
March 16, 2017: Brandon Vietti posts a photo of stacks of colored index cards at 16:16 PDT
Again from Tiffanie Miyashiro's Instagram account, this time a video of Phil Bourassa drawing for the 3rd Season of Young Justice.
(And no, you can't see exactly what he's drawing )
I'm certain we get atleast a teaser poster by SDCC at this point if not character reveals