Episode guide

"The Prize" is a canonical[1] AudioPlay of Young Justice tagged to belong to "Season 3.9", thus placing its events long after the final episode of season three and right before the upcoming season four. It was enacted by cast members Denise Boutte, Crispin Freeman, Stephanie Lemelin, Danica McKellar, Nolan North, Khary Payton and Jason Spisak, and series producers Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman, during the "Young Justice Cast & Producer Panel" at the DC FanDome event on September 12, 2020.

Logline Edit

Young Justice - Cast Audio Play Performance and Panel (DC FanDome)

Young Justice - Cast Audio Play Performance and Panel (DC FanDome)

The AudioPlay was read at the DC FanDome event and the story takes place between season three and the upcoming season four. It was performed by (from left to right) Crispin Freeman, Greg Weisman, Nolan North, Brandon Vietti, Danica McKellar, Denise Boutte, Khary Payton, Stephanie Lemelin and Jason Spisak.

Conner Kent (Nolan North) and Megan Morse (Danica McKellar) bid farewell to their friends as they head off for a new adventure on their own, signaling the end of their time on the Team. What's more, Arsenal (Crispin Freeman) joins the Team once again, after an invitation from Artemis Crock (Stephanie Lemelin).

Synopsis Edit

Prologue Edit

Happy Harbor
February 23, 14:16 EST
Star City
February 23, 11:19 PST

Act One Edit

Act Two Edit

Act Three Edit

Bayou Bartholomew
February 23, 16:16 CST

Title Edit

Cast and characters Edit

Voice actor Character
Denise Boutte Raquel Ervin/Rocket
Crispin Freeman Will Harper
Roy Harper/Arsenal
Jim Harper
Captain Boomerang
Stephanie Lemelin Artemis Crock/Tigress
Danica McKellar Megan Morse/Miss Martian
Tuppence Terror
Nolan North Conner Kent/Superboy
Harlan Matthews/Clayface
Monsieur Mallah
Khary Payton Aquaman/Kaldur'ahm
Black Manta
Amistad Ervin
Jason Spisak Forager
Brandon Vietti Economos  
Greg Weisman Lucas Carr
Non-speaking roles
Lian Nguyen-Harper
0 Character debut
1 Speaking debut
0 Episode debut

Continuity Edit

Trivia Edit

Goofs Edit

Cultural references Edit

  • Clayface's line about being pulled back into the life of crime paraphrases Al Pacino's famous quote "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!" from The Godfather Part III.

Questions Edit

  1. Do not answer here.
  2. Keep the questions open-ended and neutral: do not suggest an answer.

Unanswered questions Edit

Quotes Edit

References Edit

  1. Weisman, Greg (2020-09-11). Tweet. Twitter. Retrieved 2020-09-13.

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