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  • "Endgame" is the 20th episode of the second season of Young Justice, and the 46th of the overall series.


    Logline: On the verge of finally ending the alien invasion, the team discovers the price of victory may be the entire planet Earth!

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    • Regulus22 wrote:

      I Want More Mores!

      I read " I want more Mooses", & it was funnier that way

      NightwingOfTheFuture wrote:

      Lorisa214 wrote:
      I'm so distraught over Wally's death, I shampooed my hair twice.

      LMAO! It's both clever & mean that you brought up Dick & Artemis romantic relationship that never was, in the face of Wally's death. 0-o

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:

      Regulus22 wrote:

      I Want More Mores!

      I read " I want more Mooses", & it as funnier that way


      NightwingOfTheFuture wrote:

      Lorisa214 wrote:
      I'm so distraught over Wally's death, I shampooed my hair twice.
      LMAO! It's both clever & mean that you brought up Dick & Artemis romantic relationship that never was, in the face of Wally's death. 0-o

      What can I say? It's my OTP ;)

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    • I'm guesing Savage is planning on killing Darkseid by attracting him to Earth.

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    • NO WALLY HAS TO BE ALIVE! MAYBE HE CROSS TO ANOTHER DIMENSION OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT!

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    • no one knows for sure not even the administrators on here know there's no speed force or that wally is dead. That's the point of an ending like this, to speculate and consider it might be a possibility.

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    • Chris2119 wrote:
      no one knows for sure not even the administrators on here know there's no speed force or that wally is dead. That's the point of an ending like this, to speculate and consider it might be a possibility.

      Greg stated there was no Speed Force.


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    • and 20 odd years ago Supergirl was written out of existence and yet in 2004 she returned, writers can change their minds. It's like people who say SB and MM didn't get back together in the end, when they clearly did.

      like they say "Life finds away", I mean look at Hal Jordan and the Parllax incident, everyone thought he went bad and it was written that it was an emotional entity. TV history can be rewritten just as easy as Comic book history can.

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    • Actually, we do know there's no Speed Force. It's been an established fact since Season One. Similarly, I have no doubts wally is alive in a form of pure kinetic energy. Simple science really.

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    • Well maybe the Black Lanterns will bring him back? It seems to be a trend in the DC Universe that people tend to come back to life after dying 

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    • this isn't about science, this is a show of entertainment, trust me give it enough time and enough protests and they'll find a way to bring him back, one thing I've learned is that if enough stink is kicked up people will start to bring characters back to life.

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    • Chris2119 wrote:
      this isn't about science, this is a show of entertainment, trust me give it enough time and enough protests and they'll find a way to bring him back, one thing I've learned is that if enough stink is kicked up people will start to bring characters back to life.

      Everything is always about science.

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    • Actually, we do know there's no Speed Force. It's been an established fact since Season One. Similarly, I have no doubts wally is alive in a form of pure kinetic energy. Simple science really. However, it's conjecture policy is clear, if it's not shown, it doesn't go into articles. Just like Sportsmaster being Artemis' father for half of Season one. Obvious to everyone, allowed by no one.

      Chris2119 wrote: and 20 odd years ago Supergirl was written out of existence and yet in 2004 she returned, writers can change their minds. It's like people who say SB and MM didn't get back together in the end, when they clearly did.

      Different case. Different writers overwrote the decision to kill her off. Greg thinks the idea is stupid. Greg produces This universe. Unless someone else takes over (which would be stupid), it's never going to change.

      Miss M and Superboy have absolutely nothing to do with it, but they did not get back together in the series. They showed signs that they were about to. If there were maybe one more episode, they'd probably kiss and makeup. Whether it'd go from there to an actual relationship isn't a guarantee though. It's like Rocket and Aqualad in season one. Everyone expected them to be a couple come season two. Nothing eventuated.

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    • ever hear of the term "Magic" I believe Zatanna and Doctor Fate are very keen on it.

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    • Chris2119 wrote: ever hear of the term "Magic" I believe Zatanna and Doctor Fate are very keen on it.

      Magic Exists. Science governs it. Their existance is not mutually exclusive but Kid Flash is not about magic which should be quite evident. Science however, he is.

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    • I don't think magic can help here...

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    • And say the writers find away to bring him back, will you dispute that? I mean comics are going to continue and for all we know a third season may come, the point is none of us know. Science does not govern magic, that's why they call it magic, it's not explainable.

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    • Chris2119 wrote:
      ever hear of the term "Magic" I believe Zatanna and Doctor Fate are very keen on it.


      "The world needs Doctor Fate." -Doctor Fate

      If this were true, then he would have saved Wally instead of having to revive him. Sorry excuse for a hero; just Arsenal, but with magical powers.

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    • I don't think anyone said they couldn't bring Wally back somehow. Just not with the non-existant speed force. Magic/time travel/cloning/alt. realities/teleportation/another dimension/out of phase/... perhaps. Speed force, no.

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    • KingNom wrote:

      Chris2119 wrote:
      ever hear of the term "Magic" I believe Zatanna and Doctor Fate are very keen on it.


      "The world needs Doctor Fate." -Doctor Fate

      If this were true, then he would have saved Wally instead of having to revive him. Sorry excuse for a hero; just Arsenal, but with magical powers.

      he can't interfere just like he could not get involved in free blue and green Beatles from the Reach.

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    • I'm saying that the way to explain that he is in fact still alive is obvious. Magic is what cannot immediately be explained by Science meaning that Science is the parameter that defines Magic. Meaning that Science governs Magic.

      Also Magic can quite easily be explained. Just not through accepted sciences. I'm a Wiccan Physicist. Both work in tandem to create perfection.

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    • The final appearance of the team is on the exact same day as the team started 6 years ago - July 4th. Happy anniversary team you.  Young Justice you will be missed

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    • So this is really the end of young justice rightt?

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    • but the laws of our world are not the same as Earth-16 just like the laws of science for that universe cannot exist in our world. I know about laws, I'm s legal executive and no law is absolute, there is always a loophole and a way around something, even it is physical, biological or chemical. Wally will return if not in on screen then in the comics and as far as people are concerned that this subject isn't open for debate and the Wally is dead FINALE. The last time I checked where I come from everything is open for debate.

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    • No the biggest cliffhanger of all. Black Canary leading the Justice League. Could have been amazing.

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    • Chris2119 wrote:

      KingNom wrote:

      Chris2119 wrote:
      ever hear of the term "Magic" I believe Zatanna and Doctor Fate are very keen on it.

      "The world needs Doctor Fate." -Doctor Fate

      If this were true, then he would have saved Wally instead of having to revive him. Sorry excuse for a hero; just Arsenal, but with magical powers.

      he can't interfere just like he could not get involved in free blue and green Beatles from the Reach.

      He couldn't perform the ritual, but he could have at least helped hold blue and green down.

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    • Chris2119 wrote:
      but the laws of our world are not the same as Earth-16 just like the laws of science for that universe cannot exist in our world. I know about laws, I'm s legal executive and no law is absolute, there is always a loophole and a way around something, even it is physical, biological or chemical. Wally will return if not in on screen then in the comics and as far as people are concerned that this subject isn't open for debate and the Wally is dead FINALE. The last time I checked where I come from everything is open for debate.

      I think you're confused, since the beggining Reg is saying that he will return.

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    • Chris2119 wrote: but the laws of our world are not the same as Earth-16 just like the laws of science for that universe cannot exist in our world. I know about laws, I'm s legal executive and no law is absolute, there is always a loophole and a way around something, even it is physical, biological or chemical. Wally will return if not in on screen then in the comics and as far as people are concerned that this subject isn't open for debate and the Wally is dead FINALE. The last time I checked where I come from everything is open for debate.

      I spend time proving that what happens on Earth 16 is Theoretically plausible according to scientific means existing in our world, it all pretty much works out. Greg has people making sure it's accurate as possible.

      In science, Laws are absolute. If a loophole is found, it's status as a law is debunked. The comics are cancelled as well, however, We won't see Wally's return unless something gets picked up again. Which is not on any cards, unfortunate, but it happens.

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    • Im so sad :(

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    • I cried when Wally disappeared, and I never cry when I'm watching a show or movie (I didn't even cry during Les Mis). Luckily no one else was home or else it would have been very awkward. I'm just going with he disappeared because if there's ever a season 3, I can still hope!

      I need another season!!! It's extremely obvious that Greg had so much more planned for this show, and I can't stand not knowing anything! What will happen to Nightwing and the Light and everyone else? Argg! Darn you CN corperate people!! Young Justice was too good for you and your channel of now generally pointless shows!

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    • Unless that reach snow globe was some type of atomic scrambler, and based on Luthor`s description I doubt it was, people don`t die like that from enerygy overload Wally is in the speed force(hopefully we`ll find out). I may be pushing it but Kaldur even referred to the event as a Crisis...hmm now haven`t we lost a speedster during a crisis only to have them return before.  

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    • I've said it like a thousand times Seed Force doesn't exist here. But I'll give you credit though, you were the onlyone who explained why you think it does.

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:
      I've said it like a thousand times Seed Force doesn't exist here. But I'll give you credit though, you were the onlyone who explained why you think it does.

      Please, don't confuse me with yourself. I've linked that twice JUST here <.<

      Never mind. I never said anything about a seed force.

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    • Okay, so some people are saying the "destroy the scarab plot was anti-climactic", but I disagree.

      If this series' action climax was a battle involving the three beetles, I don't think I could have handled it. We've seen Black Beetle defeated fairly easily time and time again. If the final minutes were the Team/League fighting Black Beetle, there would have been no suspense. I quite liked that little twist, I thought it was very inventive.

      The issue was not the episode count (at least, not in this case), it was the fact that the Reach really needed a few more heavy hitters, for me at least, to really think the heroes might lose, or at least struggle.

      I also liked the weather-orbs thing, and I thought Wally had quite a heroic death, and I was very satisfied with what was tied up, and what was left hanging.

      Except maybe Darkseid... Grrrrr...

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    • They really surprised me, I expected Barry to slow down and save Wally, then Wally becomes flash. Also don't you have to run fast like in JLU to enter the speedforce. So basically Wally died from his own mistake since he recreated Barry's accident but at a young age affecting his body differently (ColdHearted)

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    • Surely some network is going to realize just how great this show is and pick it up eventually...but ok let`s forget the speed force because Wally went somewhere and it`s definitely not to the other side...and if the show continued we would not have been surprised when the Light betrayed Darkseid, if he didn`t betray them first, I mean how many different planets does Savage think he can mess with before they all team up to destroy the Earth.

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    • what do you think happened with red arrow Cheshire and lain?

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    • Dex241 wrote:
      ...but ok let`s forget the speed force because Wally went somewhere and it`s definitely not to the other side...

      He isn't in the Speed Force either, seeing as it doesn't exist on Earth-16.

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    • I was almost crying when I say the episode I would have prefer Barry to die to be honest but if I remember he would have die either way if it was not for Impulse who save him in Bloodliness. I also see that Miss Martian and Superboy are going to be together after what I see and I happy that Megan didn`t become the crazy girl everyone think she would be.Tim and Casey are adorable together,I need to say,the fights were good but a little anticlimatic for my taste.The big moment of this episode was Wally`s death and I want to think that he would be alive thanks to nightwing looking a way to come back. like some of my friends in here are sayingArty should not be feeling this,but if it was barry two kids would have been without a dad.

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    • As soon as I saw Kid Flash leave through the Zeta-Beam I thought he would die. It was a little predictable, but still sad nonetheless. It could of just been a tease that he was going to die. Aqualad and Artemis have cheated death twice. I kind of thought he could of been sent into the future or something. Maybe that would have taken away from the sacrifice, but this world does exist in the comic book mythos. Anything can happen, right? It was a nice sentiment, but I don't think the sacrifice was even necessary. Kid Flash wasn't to know that, but still. I thought maybe the original Flash could have come in and help. I was also a but surprised when they all just came to watch. Perhaps it made it a little anti-climactic, but it was still good nevertheless.

      I couldn't help but laugh when Black Lightning offered himself as a mentor to Static because it was just a blatantly obvious set-up.

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    • Aqualad and Artemis didn't cheat death. They planned out fake deaths.


      I can't say I'm happy about KF's death (WHHHHHHHHY HIM?!?!?!) but I'm a bit relieved that SOMEONE died. Seems like everytime we think someones dead, they go all kid friendly on us. Would've preferred someone different.... (ANYONE)

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    • Branchl wrote: Aqualad and Artemis didn't cheat death. They planned out fake deaths.


      I can't say I'm happy about KF's death (WHHHHHHHHY HIM?!?!?!) but I'm a bit relieved that SOMEONE died. Seems like everytime we think someones dead, they go all kid friendly on us. Would've preferred someone different.... (ANYONE)

      Tamayto, tamahto.

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    • My views about this episode:

      It's very similar to the series finale of Legion of Superheroes.

      Poor Wally.

      Are Robin and Wonder Girl really in a relationship?

      I personally would love to see more interactions between Batgirl/Babs and Blue Beetle/Jaime Reyes in future DC cartoons.

      Thanks for everything Greg. &

      Thank you Cartoon Network for turning DC Nation into "2010's Joel Schumacher's Batman & Robin!" 

      I'm off to watch TMNT (2012)!

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    • Why Did Wally Die?! No.No.No I refuse to believe that he died No. Not Him.

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    • I'M JUST SAD!

      The last time I was this sad over a characters death, I was 4, and it was Mufasa.

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    • Second Time through, remembered a couple things I didn't mention before, picked up on a few more details.

      • Kid Flash Jinxed Himself. He said that they would definitely come back to Paris. Saying stuff like that is setting up your own demise.
      • Tim and Cass were holding hands! I didn't even see that lol. Superboy has definitely become more observant to relationships over the years.
      • Saddest Part's definitely Artemis with Wally's parents. Got me yet again. There's really no way of making that better...
      • The Team descending on the league ala Happy New Year and Fireworks was a Great Touch. Really showing that they've outgrown the babysitting stage.
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    • There was no speed force.

      Who's to say there isn't one now?  Whose name is Wally West? :)

      Also, the episode didn't show us the two new leaguers.  I guess Aqualad and Batgirl got promoted?

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    • RIP Wally West.... We will miss you as our favorite speedster!!!

      Robin and Wondergirl???  At least they working. 

      Thank you Young Justice and Greg Weisman!!!!

      Hope there is still a chance for the third season!!

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    • Zergrinch wrote: There was no speed force.

      Who's to say there isn't one now?  Whose name is Wally West? :)

      Also, the episode didn't show us the two new leaguers.  I guess Aqualad and Batgirl got promoted?

      What are you talking about?

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Zergrinch wrote: There was no speed force.

      Who's to say there isn't one now?  Whose name is Wally West? :)

      Also, the episode didn't show us the two new leaguers.  I guess Aqualad and Batgirl got promoted?

      What are you talking about?

      Zerg's thinking Wally became pure speed (what I'd define as kinetic energy.) and disappeared into himself essentially, or that he created a new dimension for himself where his state can exist freely. Not to some preexisting Speed Force.

      As for the Leaguers, we probably saw them. Just not mentioned officially. Definitely not AL and BG though. They're running the Team. More likely it was just Adam Strange and Blue Devil.

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    • Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:

      The last time I was this sad over a characters death, I was 4, and it was Mufasa.


      In descending order:

      1. Seymour
      2. Lu Ten
      3. Mufasa
      4. Maes Hughes
      5. Kid Flash
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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.

      Greg revealed in an interview earlier this week that Justice League members 27 and 28 were SPOILER REQUEST NO COMMENT.

      Also, does anyone remember seeing this teaser screenshot in the actual episode anywhere? 

      http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/WF/youngjustice/guides/reviews/46endgame/09.jpg

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    • I think with zoom and your crazy high def images it might exist in the 40 Lineup...But no not exactly that one.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      Lorisa214 wrote:

      The last time I was this sad over a characters death, I was 4, and it was Mufasa.


      In descending order:

      1. Seymour
      2. Lu Ten
      3. Mufasa
      4. Maes Hughes
      5. Kid Flash

      Maybe Kal Drogo but srsly now you have me looking up all the sad deaths from Grey's Anatomy. Wally's death could have even been sadder, & more heart wrenching, but just that it represents such horrible ending for Spitfire, after ALL THAT!

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    • I also find it amusing to finally hear "Neptune's Beard" in Atlantish.

      I can make out "Ποσειδώνας" (Poseidon), but beard "γενειάδα" (geneiáda) doesn't come out.  He said something that sounds like "phogon" instead.

      Good to see they actually used the Greek form of the name.  I wonder why Lagoon Boy doesn't say Poseidon's Beard instead.

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    • Regulus22 wrote: I think with zoom and your crazy high def images it might exist in the 40 Lineup...But no not exactly that one.

      Ya it was, they just zoomed in b/c didn't wonna show everyone

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    • Nope, the angling is different.  Maybe it was a scene cut for time during the broadcast, just like the scenes showing Miss Martian spraypainting some juvenile delinquents, and a longer Artemis singing scene  in MISPLACED.

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    • are these deleted scenes on the DVDS??

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    • Don't know, but the episodes downloadable from Amazon or iTunes have them.

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:
      As soon as I saw Kid Flash leave through the Zeta-Beam I thought he would die. It was a little predictable, but still sad nonetheless. It could of just been a tease that he was going to die. Aqualad and Artemis have cheated death twice. I kind of thought he could of been sent into the future or something. Maybe that would have taken away from the sacrifice, but this world does exist in the comic book mythos. Anything can happen, right? It was a nice sentiment, but I don't think the sacrifice was even necessary. Kid Flash wasn't to know that, but still. I thought maybe the original Flash could have come in and help. I was also a but surprised when they all just came to watch. Perhaps it made it a little anti-climactic, but it was still good nevertheless.

      don't know about Jay Garrick speed but his wife did say he was slowing down because of his age and the worse part is if he is really slower than impulse or Flash then he'll ended up like Kid Flash :O

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    • I thought Flash was somehow going to physically shield Wally from the blasts.  I was expecting Flash, and not the Kid, to die.

      I also thought that after resigning Dick was going off to meet with a really not-dead Wally, who faked his death to (1) give Artemis the freedom to pursue the hero life without obligations to him and (2) finally retire from the life for good.

      Shows how much I know about story-telling!

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    • Hyim wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:
      As soon as I saw Kid Flash leave through the Zeta-Beam I thought he would die. It was a little predictable, but still sad nonetheless. It could of just been a tease that he was going to die. Aqualad and Artemis have cheated death twice. I kind of thought he could of been sent into the future or something. Maybe that would have taken away from the sacrifice, but this world does exist in the comic book mythos. Anything can happen, right? It was a nice sentiment, but I don't think the sacrifice was even necessary. Kid Flash wasn't to know that, but still. I thought maybe the original Flash could have come in and help. I was also a but surprised when they all just came to watch. Perhaps it made it a little anti-climactic, but it was still good nevertheless.

      don't know about Jay Garrick speed but his wife did say he was slowing down because of his age and the worse part is if he is really slower than impulse or Flash then he'll ended up like Kid Flash :O

      I just thought it would have been a nice sentiment to include himself since he was already in the episode, but you're right.

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    • I thought the energy would function identically to the lightning that gave Jay and Barry their powers when interacting with the chemicals already in his system to produce the higher speed that everyone's been so eager for him to get.

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    • From a strictly utilitarian point of view, Jay Garrick is a far better candidate to use as a sacrificial lamb.  He's eighty, give or take.  The man has lived a full life.  Wally's barely starting to live his.

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    • Not sure if it's a goof. Did anyone else noticed that the translator was missing in the tribunal?

      And on another note, was it revealed who the silhouettes are in the YJ:Invasion poster? I recognize WG, Arsenal, Impulse, Blue and Robin. Who was the sixth?

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    • Hey guys, at the near end of the show, when Wally dies, I got the strangest sense that I had seen this before- this episode before (very very strong Deja Vu)- this will sound crazy but was this show aired before? Was there an episode similar to this- where they had to get to places or something? And yeah I wish Wally had not died and I do not know what was with the romance? They sure can kill a show. (Also I guess its the whole part of the hero gig or so they are implying- how to got over Aally so quickly)- but again this sentimentality of mine is arbitrary- this is just a cartoon show interpreted in a different way from the pool of comics that DC writers have created to entertain or to get money- maybe both. Any idea what I am talking about (regarding the first few questions)?

      Thanks.

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    • At the start. Yes. From the word romance, I think there's a number of words missing (or it's too much late night maths comprehension.)

      Anyway the episode had some similar aspects to Happy New Year, the Team and League get distributed to a number of detected alien encampments around the globe. That's probably the setup you're picking up on.

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    • I know this is pretty out of place, but I'm starting a story project to find a way to keep the series and fandom alive. It's basically where a group of six or seven fans are going to write up a season 3 much in the style of the original series. My longterm goal for this is to show how dear the show is to the fans and hopefully build up enought internet hype to give CN a good reason to give YJ another season. I know this may seem hopeless, but even if you don't believe this could happen, please check it out. The more people who know about it, the better writers there will be to keep the fandom going on. Link: http://www.fanfiction.net/s/9104817/1/Young-Justice-Season-3-Story-Project

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    • It felt like two episodes in one. I guess CN didn't order as many episodes as Greg and company had originally planned. Great episode, and although I admidt it felt a bit rushed, it was great and kept me hoping for more.

      Thought I would have seen more hero team-ups at the 20 MSD's, but I guess they didn't have much time

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    • Wow, thanks for the quicky reply. As for the word , I am referring to the exessive display of love and what not. I think a hug would have been more than sufficient...Dont they know kids watch this show (You might not find that odd and it is not- just my way of satirizing it)??-- In case you might find this odd, know that I have a rather conservative look- I want my heroes to be lone wolves so to speak- atleast in public. Do they do that to hook the readers? Do you guys find yourself going "Awwww!" They would make a good couple? A

      Hmm as for your second part of the question, I dont think that was it- (you are talking about the krolean guys right)? I dont know I had like a really really strong sense that I had seen this before. But yeah it was probably a differnt one.

      Thanks again.

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    • What a MSD? Different mission/episode?

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    • The things Black Beetle hid on Earth to blow it up.  There were 21 of them.

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    • 71.206.52.231 wrote:
      Hey guys, at the near end of the show, when Wally dies, I got the strangest sense that I had seen this before- this episode before (very very strong Deja Vu)- this will sound crazy but was this show aired before? Was there an episode similar to this- where they had to get to places or something? And yeah I wish Wally had not died and I do not know what was with the romance? They sure can kill a show. (Also I guess its the whole part of the hero gig or so they are implying- how to got over Aally so quickly)- but again this sentimentality of mine is arbitrary- this is just a cartoon show interpreted in a different way from the pool of comics that DC writers have created to entertain or to get money- maybe both. Any idea what I am talking about (regarding the first few questions)?

      Thanks.

      There was episoede "Failsafe" in Season 1 in which the Team had to go to the Arctic.  There, Artemis was the first member of the team "killed."  However, in "Endgame,"  Wally is the only member of the team to die.  I don't know if that is what you are thinking about.  The irony in this show, especialy here, is just "ahh" terrible and tragic and roomantic and "blah blah blah."

      It's also incredibly sad and funny how we're all trying to bring Wally back as Wally had tried to bring back Artemis.  Sad and funny in a good way.  I hope we can bring him back.  Those two deserve a happy ending.  We need Season 3

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      Oh I think those were MFDs (magnetic field disrupters)- 

      And Don that is part of what I am saying: tragedy and all other stuff

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    •  call me ignorant or even think i am in denial , but i dont think wally is dead , dead.

      I think what happened was.....the kinetic energy that was destroying his body transformed his his atoms, Molecules, matter in to pure kinetic energy , which is why his body vanished. As you know , energy can not be destroyed , it can only be transfered or converted in to mas etc. I think somewhere out there , Wally's essence still remains , its just not physical.

      Sort of like the Legion of Super Heroes Season 2. Where Lightning lad's ( Garth's) sister was attacked by a Lightning beast. After the attack , she vanished which left her physical body completely destroyed. Everyone thought she had died , but it turned out that she was transformed into a form of pure electromagnetic energy.

      See i think this is what greg may have done for season 3 or at least an idea.

      When you think about it. Nothing would completely destroy every last partical or atom in your body , or even ever last cell , unless you sort of jumped into the sun , but samantics aside. Even if you were court in an Nuclear explosion.There would at least be a single cell , toe , eye , hair or a peice of Flesh left after the blast , and that is all you need for a DNA sample.A nuke dosent always destroy everything , sometimes there are a few buildings that are not entirely severed.

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    • I kind of like the romance.  I'm mostly in it for the plot, but these characters (esp. Wally) wouldn't be themselves if they didn't act spontaneously romantic or flirtatous.  The kissing in "Auld Acquaintances" was pushing it for me, but only slightly.  I still went "awww."

      Your previous comment about the romance, I understand and agree with you to a degree, but I kind of see this open expression as another mode of condensed storytelling.  The romance has to seem fluid, yet compact and big enough to fit into the action while distinguishing itself as an important aspect of the storytelling.  It's also just comic and romantic relief.

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    • I really didn't like this episode. I won't miss this series for it, but for the others episodes I loved.

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    • Really, is Wally dead? I'm not sure of it cuz l don't have time to watch it... Someone, please tell me that it's not true!!!!!!!!!!!

      Spitfire just came back, and i read that he's dead! Why is it so cruel!!!!!

      When i read the page of Artemis and Kid Flash, when i saw the Seperation part, my heart almost jumped out of my mouth!

      No, Wally is one of the main character, he should be alive!!!!!!!!! I want to cry right now... Poor Artemis...

      Why did they give us a sad ending?????

      BTW, is there any Season 3?

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    • 93.46.203.222 wrote:
      I really didn't like this episode. I won't miss this series for it, but for the others episodes I loved.

      Why??? Because of awesome Darkseid?

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    • Really, is Wally DEAD? I haven't watch it, I don't have time to. Someone, please tell me that it's not true!!!!!!!!

      I came around reading the page of Artemis and Kid Flash, and found it out. My heart beat so fast...!

      No, he should be alive, he's one of the main character, one of the hero... He's not supposed to die! This is so unfair, so cruel! T.T

      Why did they give us a sad ending? A happy ending is supposed to be!

      I really can't believe that one of my favourite character is dead, I really can't accept it... ToT

      Right now, my mind was so distracted because of this, and I can't continue what I was doing just now... I just want to cry out loud! /.\

      Poor Artemis, just hope that his death was fake too, like hers...


      BTW, is there Season 3 coming?

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    • Zergrinch wrote:
      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.
      Greg revealed in an interview earlier this week that Justice League members 27 and 28 were SPOILER REQUEST NO COMMENT.

      Also, does anyone remember seeing this teaser screenshot in the actual episode anywhere? 

      http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/WF/youngjustice/guides/reviews/46endgame/09.jpg

      Grampa Flash looks 20 years younger o.o wtf

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    • I think that Greg chose for Wally to die in a attempt to get more people beg for Season 3, so he will get his show back. Same with Darkseid.

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    • 115.135.211.114 wrote:
      Really, is Wally DEAD? I haven't watch it, I don't have time to. Someone, please tell me that it's not true!!!!!!!!

      I came around reading the page of Artemis and Kid Flash, and found it out. My heart beat so fast...!

      No, he should be alive, he's one of the main character, one of the hero... He's not supposed to die! This is so unfair, so cruel! T.T

      Why did they give us a sad ending? A happy ending is supposed to be!

      I really can't believe that one of my favourite character is dead, I really can't accept it... ToT

      Right now, my mind was so distracted because of this, and I can't continue what I was doing just now... I just want to cry out loud! /.\

      Poor Artemis, just hope that his death was fake too, like hers...


      BTW, is there Season 3 coming?

      Sadly enough, yes, he died. But he might come back if there is a season 3.

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    • You know, this remindes me of the last episode of Justice League Unlimited (I think the episode is "Devided We Fall").  The exact same thing happened to Wally West as Flash, but he was restored by the end of the episode.  I know I sound stupid for making such a refference, since I'm not an expert, and I don't know of other examples, but I think Wally is not dead. 

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    • So I just rewatched the episode, and I totally missed the fact that G. Gordon was on Apokolips...I guess yesterday I was so enraged by the fact that you all accurately predicted Apokolips appearing (we knew it would happen) but I was just so mad that I lost focus.

      Wtf though? G. Gordon? That prick...

      It hurt watching Wally die the second time just as much as the first. I'm a sad panda 

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    • If you pause it and forward it frame-by-frame, he pops up, out of nowhere.  :P

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    • Zergrinch wrote:
      If you pause it and forward it frame-by-frame, he pops up, out of nowhere.  :P

      Everything is starting to make sense now

      but angry that our beloved Young Justice is being replaced by Teen Titans Go! The previews aren't even that funny! And even if it had a serious plot, there is no way I would take the animation seriously

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    • On another note: La'gaan said "neptune's beard" in Atlantean

      not okay dude

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    • Actually, Poseidon's beard.

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    • Tupka217 wrote:
      Actually, Poseidon's beard.

      Fair enough, since Wonder Woman and her fellow Themascarans (spelling?) follow closer to Greek mythology "Hera help me" and all that jazz.

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    • Except, I don't hear "Geneiada", which is beard in Greek.  I heard something like "phogon".

      It was nice of them to call the sea-god Poseidon.  One wonders why he says Neptune's Beard in english.

      Also, forget Themiscyrans.  Just call them Amazons.

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    • BOO! that last ep was awful,

      They killed Black Beetle in 16 seconds,

      Neverland was a red herring and Superapist was shipped through out the ep,

      Darkseids overrated behind did NOT need to appear even if it was a cliffhanger hopefully this lessens the chances of Darkseid appearing in the next DC superhero series.

      Wally was also killed in 16 seconds which was REALLY forced and awful.

      The light didn't really do anything meaning Klarion as in the entire season "sigh".

      Robin and Wondergirl really WonderRobin? GirlRobin?

      Oh well even if it end on a bad note IMHO Young Justice was a decent show.

      I now know why the number 16 is the worst number in blackjack.

      Off to go see the rest of Inuyasha The Final Act.

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    • Zergrinch wrote: Except, I don't hear "Geneiada", which is beard in Greek.  I heard something like "phogon".

      I looked it up too. Maybe Wiktionary is not complete enough. Maybe he's saying "Neptune's fabulous Van Dyke goatee".

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    • I tried all variants of hair, from eyebrow, nosehair, mustache, armpits, and including the one in his pubis.  As well as his crown and trident.  No go.

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    • Zergrinch wrote:
      Also, forget Themiscyrans.  Just call them Amazons.

      I thought that's what they were called. For some reason I also thought I was wrong in calling them that. I'm dumb -___-


      68.43.99.67 wrote:
      BOO! that last ep was awful,

      They killed Black Beetle in 16 seconds,

      Neverland was a red herring and Superapist was shipped through out the ep,

      Darkseids overrated behind did NOT need to appear even if it was a cliffhanger hopefully this lessens the chances of Darkseid appearing in the next DC superhero series.

      Wally was also killed in 16 seconds which was REALLY forced and awful.

      The light didn't really do anything meaning Klarion as in the entire season "sigh".

      Robin and Wondergirl really WonderRobin? GirlRobin?

      Oh well even if it end on a bad note IMHO Young Justice was a decent show.

      I now know why the number 16 is the worst number in blackjack.

      Off to go see the rest of Inuyasha The Final Act.

       

      It was rushed, but basically they had so many loose ends to tie up in such a short time so what can you expect?  

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    • Less filler episodes, I imagine.  But it's water under the bridge.

      For example, the episode where Superboy went off with Blue wasn't important in the grand scheme of things.  It has the Partner (Black Beetle) being an evil jerk, but we already knew that. It had scarab being "not compatible" but again we know.  BB admits he talks to scarab here, but we can easily fit the explanation elsewhere.

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    • Zergrinch wrote:
      If you pause it and forward it frame-by-frame, he pops up, out of nowhere.  :P

      You mean Wally right? Please be Wally. I'm in Denial. I keep saying Souniver when i pick something up please tell me you mean Wally. 

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    • No.  Godfrey.

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    • Zergrinch wrote:
      No.  Godfrey.

      Man i really hoped it was Wally too. Have to find a way that he is still alive because he is. 

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    • I recall that somewhere in the past it said 'One Will Die" And just when Kid Flash Left Through The Zeta-Tube I said uh oh. Then the Scarab said that he was going to die. I was so mad that it had to be Kid Flash. WHY!?WHY!? He was cool and funny, you know.

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    • Regulus22 wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Zergrinch wrote: There was no speed force.

      Who's to say there isn't one now?  Whose name is Wally West? :)

      Also, the episode didn't show us the two new leaguers.  I guess Aqualad and Batgirl got promoted?

      What are you talking about?

      Zerg's thinking Wally became pure speed (what I'd define as kinetic energy.) and disappeared into himself essentially, or that he created a new dimension for himself where his state can exist freely. Not to some preexisting Speed Force.

      As for the Leaguers, we probably saw them. Just not mentioned officially. Definitely not AL and BG though. They're running the Team. More likely it was just Adam Strange and Blue Devil.

      So, you're saying he "creates" the Speed Force?

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    • Zergrinch wrote: Less filler episodes, I imagine.  But it's water under the bridge.

      For example, the episode where Superboy went off with Blue wasn't important in the grand scheme of things.  It has the Partner (Black Beetle) being an evil jerk, but we already knew that. It had scarab being "not compatible" but again we know.  BB admits he talks to scarab here, but we can easily fit the explanation elsewhere.

      There has been at least one "Intergang does something that has little bearing on the overall plot" episode in each season. I tend to assume that means they'll have a larger role eventually and that those episodes will/would have more meaning retrospectively, especially considering that they're so linked with Apokolips.

      They could certainly have tried to shove a B-plot in Earthlings and Cornered, but I don't think anything in season two qualifies as filler.

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    • Hope there will be a season 3 because i dying to see what nightwing is going to do now, what darkseid and vandel savage have planning and will Wally come back.

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    • Did anyone else notice that all of the superhero families where standing together during Lex's speech. The Bat, Aqua, Martian and alien based (SB and Adam), Arrow and magic based families are all in groups.

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    • Codexcracker wrote: Did anyone else notice that all of the superhero families where standing together during Lex's speech. The Bat, Aqua, Martian and alien based (SB and Adam), Arrow and magic based families are all in groups.

      Yes. And they were even linked - The Flash fam went into Team Arrow with KF and Artemis, and Team Arrow went to runaways with Arsenal, which went into other Leaguers with black sparky guys.

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    • Tupka217 wrote:
      which went into other Leaguers with black sparky guys.


      Can we just call them Black Power and get over with it?

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    • Black Power was the alternate universe Black Lightning (with a Power Man-esque costume and 'do) in Crisis on Two Earths, so yeah, fine with me.

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    • what a poor episode.

      <sarcasm>big shock seeing wally die considering he had a nice little moment with artemis, not like that wasnt foreboding in the slightest and since she has already fake died he just has to die for real doesnt he.</sarcasm> what a cliche.

      warrior was taken down way too easily for someone who has been presented as the big bad of the season, at least let him put up a decent fight before he takes a dive. also no shock green was taken out either since he was the only original character on the show.

      what does hawkman have to do to be allowed to speak? there is no way he would just sit there quietly while his wife and friends are being convicted of a crime they werent responsible for. and on the note of people not speaking, if you are going to promote barbra to co-leader of the team i think she deserves some lines.

      the trial was sorted way too easily as well, that should have been a whole episode to itself.

      since when has a school teacher been the best person to co-ordinate a big group of heroes? snapper was so out of place in this episode. i know greg probably wanted to include a cameo for himself in the possible last episode but couldnt he just have been interviewed by cat grant at the end of the episode as they were showing the aftermath?

      why didnt miguel ferrer voice the tribunal guy again? he was already in the episode and wouldn have cost them any extra money to use, meanwhile nolan north already had 2 voices meaning they did have to pay him extra, that makes no sense budget wise.

      on to the positives. artemis taking the tigress identity permanetly was good, that id has the cooler toys and it makes sense that the other id would just remind her of wally, shame its also her name.

      good to finally see darkseid after so long holding up a giant neon flashing sign saying "darkseid is our endgame".

      tim and cassie finally giving in to the blatant romantic tension (ie the complete lack of any) between them was good, just a shame that had to be juxtaposed by conner and megan basically getting back together. if what she did happened in real life he wouldnt even be able to look at her. why do they feel the need to keep giving megan what she wants?

      oh well at least lagoon boy got to look good teaming with aqualad no matter how brief it was.

      final thoughts. red arrow and adam strange should have been given more to do other than just standing there listening politely to luthor. really didnt buy the two roys just standing there while lex was within killing distance.

      its been a fun ride while it lasted but its time to say good bye to an above average superhero show that sometimes reached just a little too high.

      happy paddy's day from ireland everybody.

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    • Goodbye, Zodis.  Don't let the door hit you on the way out :)

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    • Hahahahahaha

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    • Avataress0 wrote: So I just rewatched the episode, and I totally missed the fact that G. Gordon was on Apokolips...I guess yesterday I was so enraged by the fact that you all accurately predicted Apokolips appearing (we knew it would happen) but I was just so mad that I lost focus.

      Wtf though? G. Gordon? That prick...

      It hurt watching Wally die the second time just as much as the first. I'm a sad panda 

      here something to calm your inner  panda

      75.84.8.167 wrote:
      I recall that somewhere in the past it said 'One Will Die" And just when Kid Flash Left Through The Zeta-Tube I said uh oh. Then the Scarab said that he was going to die. I was so mad that it had to be Kid Flash. WHY!?WHY!? He was cool and funny, you know.

      isn't that part of the upcoming videogame tagline?


      Zodisgod wrote:
      what a poor episode. warrior was taken down way too easily for someone who has been presented as the big bad of the season, at least let him put up a decent fight before he takes a dive. also no shock green was taken out either since he was the only original character on the show.

      yeah it was...too short

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    • Wally's death was super surprising for me especially since we haven't seen a major character die onscreen. As soon as i saw the whole i got this scene I knew Flash was gonna die but then The whole wally joining thing but a hole in my theory. I thought Flash was gonna jump In front of the final blast of energy and Sacrifice his life to save Wally's. And to make things worse the scarab said he would cease in 16 seconds! 16! Damn you Weiseman!!

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    • dick [nightwing] said to kaldur [aqua lad] me you and wally [kid flash] started this team. but conner [superboy] did to right?

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    • No, they started before they met Conner.

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    • Zodisgod wrote: what a cliche

      I don't think it's all that fair to call death a cliche.

      Zodisgod wrote: warrior was taken down way too easily for someone who has been presented as the big bad of the season, at least let him put up a decent fight before he takes a dive.

      While I was disappointed there was no real climactic showdown, and that the closest thing we got to one ended via deus ex machina, Black Beetle was not the Big Bad. The Reach as a whole was, but if there's one person to point to, it would be the Ambassador. Black's his dragon.

      Zodisgod wrote: also no shock green was taken out either since he was the only original character on the show.

      Kaldur was created for the show. There's also Perdita, who, although not entirely original, was from the Green Arrow short Weisman wrote for DC Showcase.

      Zodisgod wrote: there is no way he would just sit there quietly while his wife and friends are being convicted of a crime they werent responsible for.

      Not if he doesn't want to make things worse.

      Zodisgod wrote: the trial was sorted way too easily as well, that should have been a whole episode to itself.

      Which episode would you have cut from this season to show it?

      Zodisgod wrote: since when has a school teacher been the best person to co-ordinate a big group of heroes?

      1997, when Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered.

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    • 184.9.255.50 wrote:
      dick [nightwing] said to kaldur [aqua lad] me you and wally [kid flash] started this team. but conner [superboy] did to right?

      Technically, it was Dick, Kaldur, and Wally who investigated the Cadmus fire six years ago. It was their mission, and part of the mission was finding and rescuing Superboy. They were the originals.

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    • Zodisgod wrote: what a poor episode.

      <sarcasm>big shock seeing wally die considering he had a nice little moment with artemis, not like that wasnt foreboding in the slightest and since she has already fake died he just has to die for real doesnt he.</sarcasm> what a cliche.

      warrior was taken down way too easily for someone who has been presented as the big bad of the season, at least let him put up a decent fight before he takes a dive. also no shock green was taken out either since he was the only original character on the show.

      what does hawkman have to do to be allowed to speak? there is no way he would just sit there quietly while his wife and friends are being convicted of a crime they werent responsible for. and on the note of people not speaking, if you are going to promote barbra to co-leader of the team i think she deserves some lines.

      the trial was sorted way too easily as well, that should have been a whole episode to itself.

      since when has a school teacher been the best person to co-ordinate a big group of heroes? snapper was so out of place in this episode. i know greg probably wanted to include a cameo for himself in the possible last episode but couldnt he just have been interviewed by cat grant at the end of the episode as they were showing the aftermath?

      why didnt miguel ferrer voice the tribunal guy again? he was already in the episode and wouldn have cost them any extra money to use, meanwhile nolan north already had 2 voices meaning they did have to pay him extra, that makes no sense budget wise.

      on to the positives. artemis taking the tigress identity permanetly was good, that id has the cooler toys and it makes sense that the other id would just remind her of wally, shame its also her name.

      good to finally see darkseid after so long holding up a giant neon flashing sign saying "darkseid is our endgame".

      tim and cassie finally giving in to the blatant romantic tension (ie the complete lack of any) between them was good, just a shame that had to be juxtaposed by conner and megan basically getting back together. if what she did happened in real life he wouldnt even be able to look at her. why do they feel the need to keep giving megan what she wants?

      oh well at least lagoon boy got to look good teaming with aqualad no matter how brief it was.

      final thoughts. red arrow and adam strange should have been given more to do other than just standing there listening politely to luthor. really didnt buy the two roys just standing there while lex was within killing distance.

      its been a fun ride while it lasted but its time to say good bye to an above average superhero show that sometimes reached just a little too high.

      happy paddy's day from ireland everybody.

      I respect your honesty.

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    • First off the episode was too rushed to be amazing but it was still good. And the series overall was great and a favorite of mine and will always live on.

      Second off, WHY DID THEY HAVE TO KILL WALLY! IT MAKES NO SENSE! WHY HIM, WHY NOT BARRY AND THEN WALLY BECOMES THE FLASH! OR IMPULSE AND HIM COMING BACK ALIVE WHEN HE IS ACTUALLY BORN!

      Third off, the end of the episode reminded me off an episode of Batman: The Barve and the Bold (I can't be the only person that watched that show) where the Flash dissapeared and people thought he died, but he was sent to another dimension and was there and forced to run a treadmill thing by Proffesor Zoom.

      Also I swear I heard Black Beetle say "The 4 of you are defective" or something like that.

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    • Jjrockk wrote: 

      Also I swear I heard Black Beetle say "The 4 of you are defective" or something like that.

      Blue Beetle, Green Beetle, and their scarabs I presume.

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    • Jjrockk wrote: Second off, WHY DID THEY HAVE TO KILL WALLY! IT MAKES NO SENSE! WHY HIM, WHY NOT BARRY AND THEN WALLY BECOMES THE FLASH! OR IMPULSE AND HIM COMING BACK ALIVE WHEN HE IS ACTUALLY BORN!

      Everybody would have expected Barry to die.

      Third off, the end of the episode reminded me off an episode of Batman: The Barve and the Bold (I can't be the only person that watched that show) where the Flash dissapeared and people thought he died, but he was sent to another dimension and was there and forced to run a treadmill thing by Proffesor Zoom.

      It was the future. That particular type of time travel (on the cosmic treadmill) is an aspect of the Speed Force.

      Also I swear I heard Black Beetle say "The 4 of you are defective" or something like that.

      I think he was counting scarabs.

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    • Thanks for making sense of it.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      Zodisgod wrote: also no shock green was taken out either since he was the only original character on the show.
      Kaldur was created for the show. There's also Perdita, who, although not entirely original, was from the Green Arrow short Weisman wrote for DC Showcase.
      Zodisgod wrote: there is no way he would just sit there quietly while his wife and friends are being convicted of a crime they werent responsible for.
      Not if he doesn't want to make things worse.
      Zodisgod wrote: the trial was sorted way too easily as well, that should have been a whole episode to itself.
      Which episode would you have cut from this season to show it?
      Zodisgod wrote: since when has a school teacher been the best person to co-ordinate a big group of heroes?
      1997, when Buffy the Vampire Slayer premiered.

      kaldur was an addapted version of garth. i know garth appears as well but kaldur is as much based of the garth in the comics as this garth was. ok there are lots of minor characters you could bring up like perdita but im talking about people who actually matter to this story.

      how could he have made things any worse than they already were?

      i would have cut the entire runaways sub-plot and anytime they appeared with cutaways to the trial. the runaways added so little to the plot that they didnt even get their own send off in the last episode, complete waste of time.

      lets be fair, giles was terrible at being in control. it was always buffy or angel giving out the orders and when they werent around control fell to willow because giles lacked the backbone to make the tough decisions.

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    • Zodisgod wrote:

      kaldur was an addapted version of garth. i know garth appears as well but kaldur is as much based of the garth in the comics as this garth was. ok there are lots of minor characters you could bring up like perdita but im talking about people who actually matter to this story.

      He's largely based on Cal Durham and the Arion legends, not Garth.

      Zodisgod wrote: how could he have made things any worse than they already were?

      Attacking the Tribune?

      Zodisgod wrote: i would have cut the entire runaways sub-plot and anytime they appeared with cutaways to the trial. the runaways added so little to the plot that they didnt even get their own send off in the last episode, complete waste of time.

      They did get a send-off. They're returning to the normal life. Static is in the Team.

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    • Tupka217 wrote:

      Zodisgod wrote:

      kaldur was an addapted version of garth. i know garth appears as well but kaldur is as much based of the garth in the comics as this garth was. ok there are lots of minor characters you could bring up like perdita but im talking about people who actually matter to this story.

      He's largely based on Cal Durham and the Arion legends, not Garth.


      Zodisgod wrote: how could he have made things any worse than they already were?

      Attacking the Tribune?


      Zodisgod wrote: i would have cut the entire runaways sub-plot and anytime they appeared with cutaways to the trial. the runaways added so little to the plot that they didnt even get their own send off in the last episode, complete waste of time.

      They did get a send-off. They're returning to the normal life. Static is in the Team.

      still got a bit of garth in there due to the whole aqualad thing.

      he could have broken them out once the decision was announced rather than just sitting there with an emo look on his face, its not like he doesnt have the ability to.

      then that is a complete waste of the time spent on their characters because their story went nowhere, their part could have easily been written out for something that actually added to the ongoing story.

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    • Zodisgod wrote: he could have broken them out once the decision was announced rather than just sitting there with an emo look on his face, its not like he doesnt have the ability to.

      *headdesk*

      That does not solve anything, it only makes it worse. Because then. they're not free, they're on the run, and all of Rimbor is after them. Also, Thanagar and the Cooperative are drawn into the conflict.

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    • Tupka217 wrote:

      Zodisgod wrote: he could have broken them out once the decision was announced rather than just sitting there with an emo look on his face, its not like he doesnt have the ability to.

      *headdesk*

      That does not solve anything, it only makes it worse. Because then. they're not free, they're on the run, and all of Rimbor is after them. Also, Thanagar and the Cooperative are drawn into the conflict.

      im not saying it would have helped the situation but at least it would have shown him doing something to save his wife, who i assume was going to be executed, i know i would have fought with anyone that tried to do that to my wife. im complaining about the fact that it makes him look weak.

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    • Somebody please tell me that this so called "Never the End..." on the bottom of the Endgame page is a real episode!

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    • Artemis Panther wrote: Somebody please tell me that this so called "Never the End..." on the bottom of the Endgame page is a real episode!

      No, it's not. It's what the last issue of the comic had instead of the usual "to be continued".

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    • just in case it hasnt already been done this  should help identify all the heroes present at luthor's briefing

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:

      LoveWaffle wrote:

      Lorisa214 wrote:
      The last time I was this sad over a characters death, I was 4, and it was Mufasa.

      In descending order:
      1. Seymour
      2. Lu Ten
      3. Mufasa
      4. Maes Hughes
      5. Kid Flash
      Maybe Kal Drogo but srsly now you have me looking up all the sad deaths from Grey's Anatomy. Wally's death could have even been sadder, & more heart wrenching, but just that it represents such horrible ending for Spitfire, after ALL THAT!


      I feel absurd.

      I forgot Dan Turpin.

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    • they really need a season 3 to answer questions

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    • Zodisgod wrote:
      just in case it hasnt already been done this  should help identify all the heroes present at luthor's briefing

      I like how you can barely see red tornado...


      99.182.249.153 wrote:
      they really need a season 3 to answer questions

      Indeed they most certainly do

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    • Avataress0 wrote:

      Zodisgod wrote:
      just in case it hasnt already been done this  should help identify all the heroes present at luthor's briefing

      I like how you can barely see red tornado...

      Or Ed Jr.

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    • Tupka217 wrote:

      Avataress0 wrote:

      Zodisgod wrote:
      just in case it hasnt already been done this  should help identify all the heroes present at luthor's briefing
      I like how you can barely see red tornado...

      Or Ed Jr.

      Captain Marvel and Static just have too broad of shoulders

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    • 99.182.249.153 wrote:
      they really need a season 3 to answer questions


      What questions? The only questions S3 would have to answer are ones it poses.

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    • So this is the end of YJ right? I've still hearing about that warner will transmit the the third season of yj in their internet page...

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    • Sansckins wrote: So this is the end of YJ right? I've still hearing about that warner will transmit the the third season of yj in their internet page...

      What does that even mean?

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    • Tupka217 wrote:

      Sansckins wrote: So this is the end of YJ right? I've still hearing about that warner will transmit the the third season of yj in their internet page...

      What does that even mean?

      I don't know... O.o

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      99.182.249.153 wrote:
      they really need a season 3 to answer questions


      What questions? The only questions S3 would have to answer are ones it poses.

      Yeah, and the somewhat big cliffhanger at the end. You don't think that's a big question that needs answering?

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      LoveWaffle wrote:

      99.182.249.153 wrote:
      they really need a season 3 to answer questions

      What questions? The only questions S3 would have to answer are ones it poses.
      Yeah, and the somewhat big cliffhanger at the end. You don't think that's a big question that needs answering?


      There's no question posed by it.

      Vandal Savage flies to Apokolips, shakes hands with Darkseid, and says "Business as usual." I take it that means the Light's been working with Apokolips all along.

      SHOCKING.

      And Godfrey was there, too. Which means he's been working with the Light as well.

      SHOCKING.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      LoveWaffle wrote:

      99.182.249.153 wrote:
      they really need a season 3 to answer questions

      What questions? The only questions S3 would have to answer are ones it poses.
      Yeah, and the somewhat big cliffhanger at the end. You don't think that's a big question that needs answering?


      There's no question posed by it.

      Vandal Savage flies to Apokolips, shakes hands with Darkseid, and says "Business as usual." I take it that means the Light's been working with Apokolips all along.

      SHOCKING.

      And Godfrey was there, too. Which means he's been working with the Light as well.

      SHOCKING.

      Maybe not the kind of questions you think, but it poses some questions that could be answered. How did they all come to be involved with each other? What's G. Gordon doing there? These aren't questions to you?

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    • Wally is alive because because Bart in the future went back to that date and grabed him seconds before he was about to die, now he is alive but he cant go back to the team yet because he was affected by the energy that was hitting him causing him to have trouble controling his molecules and his speed has increased and he has partial memory loss so he dosent remeber anything about the team. Or maybe the speed force does not exist in earth sixteen but there could be a similar thing the way he died is not ok with me, they probably could have killed off any other character and I would have been less sad, they could have actually killed off Artemis and I would be less sad and she is one of my favorite characters. I didnt seem right that it should be wally, Barry could have died and it would be a new generation of both flash and kid flash because it was Barry's fate that he was going to die due to neutron and he could have said that he couldnt avoid fate, I love Bart but it would make sense for him to die to because he did what he promised to due in trying to stop the apocolapse and I would have had more meaning. But Wally was barely involved this season, he had a very minor role, his death meant something because of the people who were affected by it but other than that his death made no sense, Wally has gotten some of the least development out of alot of people. I just cant believe it so im going to live in denial forever. I might have been more ok with it if it had happened between 2-3 episodes ago but now i feel like we have no closeure and it would have been nice to see more of a reaction from the rest of the original six and even more reaction form Dick, i wanted to see him and Artemis talk, and by the way THEY DID NOT LAUGH ABOUT ANYTHING. SO THERE IS A SEASON THREE AND WALLY IS NOT DEAD.

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    • Bubby08 wrote: Wally is alive because because Bart in the future went back to that date and grabed him seconds before he was about to die, now he is alive but he cant go back to the team yet because he was affected by the energy that was hitting him causing him to have trouble controling his molecules and his speed has increased and he has partial memory loss so he dosent remeber anything about the team. Or maybe the speed force does not exist in earth sixteen but there could be a similar thing the way he died is not ok with me, they probably could have killed off any other character and I would have been less sad, they could have actually killed off Artemis and I would be less sad and she is one of my favorite characters. I didnt seem right that it should be wally, Barry could have died and it would be a new generation of both flash and kid flash because it was Barry's fate that he was going to die due to neutron and he could have said that he couldnt avoid fate, I love Bart but it would make sense for him to die to because he did what he promised to due in trying to stop the apocolapse and I would have had more meaning. But Wally was barely involved this season, he had a very minor role, his death meant something because of the people who were affected by it but other than that his death made no sense, Wally has gotten some of the least development out of alot of people. I just cant believe it so im going to live in denial forever. I might have been more ok with it if it had happened between 2-3 episodes ago but now i feel like we have no closeure and it would have been nice to see more of a reaction from the rest of the original six and even more reaction form Dick, i wanted to see him and Artemis talk, and by the way THEY DID NOT LAUGH ABOUT ANYTHING. SO THERE IS A SEASON THREE AND WALLY IS NOT DEAD.

      Denial.

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    • I was perusing tumblr and someone posted something interesting: I copy and pasted because I suck at most things

      "Did someone tell Wallys parents Artemis was alive before she went there, cause like, dead girlfriend knocking at your door, ohi so I’m alive but your son is now dead bye


      what about batman asking aqualad what shit’s gone down as soon as they got back

      ‘cause like wasn’t he evil or something?"

      Good point people on the internets.

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      LoveWaffle wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      LoveWaffle wrote:


      99.182.249.153 wrote:
      they really need a season 3 to answer questions

      What questions? The only questions S3 would have to answer are ones it poses.
      Yeah, and the somewhat big cliffhanger at the end. You don't think that's a big question that needs answering?

      There's no question posed by it.

      Vandal Savage flies to Apokolips, shakes hands with Darkseid, and says "Business as usual." I take it that means the Light's been working with Apokolips all along.

      SHOCKING.

      And Godfrey was there, too. Which means he's been working with the Light as well.

      SHOCKING.

      Maybe not the kind of questions you think, but it poses some questions that could be answered. How did they all come to be involved with each other? What's G. Gordon doing there? These aren't questions to you?
      What's Godfrey doing there? Read my comment again -

      LoveWaffle wrote: he's been working with the Light as well.

      SHOCKING.

      How did they become involved with each other? This show's never been keen on showing origin stories (except for the Team's), so if you're asking yourself that you're asking the wrong question.

      Heck, look at it this way - Vandal Savage said, "Business as usual". Something that focuses on their past together. NOT on their future. Otherwise, the writing staff would've had him say "Everything's ready" or "Everything's going according to plan..." like how every other episode that ends with Savage or one of the Light's higher-ups getting the last word.

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    • Avataress0 wrote: I was perusing tumblr and someone posted something interesting: I copy and pasted because I suck at most things

      "Did someone tell Wallys parents Artemis was alive before she went there, cause like, dead girlfriend knocking at your door, ohi so I’m alive but your son is now dead bye

      Wally probably told them. I think. I'm not sure when, thuogh. There's only one day between the mission being over and him being dead.


      what about batman asking aqualad what shit’s gone down as soon as they got back

      ‘cause like wasn’t he evil or something?"

      Good point people on the internets.

      He sees Aqualad, in his old costume, with the Team, and his position is more prominent than Nightwing. Ergo, he's a good guy now.

      Plus, he's Batman. He probably knows Nightwing's mother's maiden name.

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:
      Tupka217 wrote:

      Sansckins wrote: So this is the end of YJ right? I've still hearing about that warner will transmit the the third season of yj in their internet page...

      What does that even mean?
      I don't know... O.o


      Sorry for my bad English but you know im from latin america and i am not perferct....

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    • Tupka217 wrote:

      Bubby08 wrote: Wally is alive because because Bart in the future went back to that date and grabed him seconds before he was about to die, now he is alive but he cant go back to the team yet because he was affected by the energy that was hitting him causing him to have trouble controling his molecules and his speed has increased and he has partial memory loss so he dosent remeber anything about the team. Or maybe the speed force does not exist in earth sixteen but there could be a similar thing the way he died is not ok with me, they probably could have killed off any other character and I would have been less sad, they could have actually killed off Artemis and I would be less sad and she is one of my favorite characters. I didnt seem right that it should be wally, Barry could have died and it would be a new generation of both flash and kid flash because it was Barry's fate that he was going to die due to neutron and he could have said that he couldnt avoid fate, I love Bart but it would make sense for him to die to because he did what he promised to due in trying to stop the apocolapse and I would have had more meaning. But Wally was barely involved this season, he had a very minor role, his death meant something because of the people who were affected by it but other than that his death made no sense, Wally has gotten some of the least development out of alot of people. I just cant believe it so im going to live in denial forever. I might have been more ok with it if it had happened between 2-3 episodes ago but now i feel like we have no closeure and it would have been nice to see more of a reaction from the rest of the original six and even more reaction form Dick, i wanted to see him and Artemis talk, and by the way THEY DID NOT LAUGH ABOUT ANYTHING. SO THERE IS A SEASON THREE AND WALLY IS NOT DEAD.

      Denial.

      I personally agree with Bubby. I won't allow myself to believe that my namesake is dead.

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    • Sansckins wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:
      Tupka217 wrote:

      Sansckins wrote: So this is the end of YJ right? I've still hearing about that warner will transmit the the third season of yj in their internet page...

      What does that even mean?
      I don't know... O.o


      Sorry for my bad English but you know im from latin america and i am not perferct....

      Then feel free to elaborate what you really mean.

      Also, noone is perfect. Perfection doesn't exist, it's just a concept human beings came up with so they could keep complaining about stuff.

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    • Tupka217 wrote:

      Avataress0 wrote: I was perusing tumblr and someone posted something interesting: I copy and pasted because I suck at most things

      "Did someone tell Wallys parents Artemis was alive before she went there, cause like, dead girlfriend knocking at your door, ohi so I’m alive but your son is now dead bye

      Wally probably told them. I think. I'm not sure when, thuogh. There's only one day between the mission being over and him being dead.


      what about batman asking aqualad what shit’s gone down as soon as they got back

      ‘cause like wasn’t he evil or something?"

      Good point people on the internets.

      He sees Aqualad, in his old costume, with the Team, and his position is more prominent than Nightwing. Ergo, he's a good guy now.

      Plus, he's Batman. He probably knows Nightwing's mother's maiden name.

      True true. It was just a glomp of information. I'm still in shock

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      LoveWaffle wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      LoveWaffle wrote:


      99.182.249.153 wrote:
      they really need a season 3 to answer questions

      What questions? The only questions S3 would have to answer are ones it poses.
      Yeah, and the somewhat big cliffhanger at the end. You don't think that's a big question that needs answering?

      There's no question posed by it.

      Vandal Savage flies to Apokolips, shakes hands with Darkseid, and says "Business as usual." I take it that means the Light's been working with Apokolips all along.

      SHOCKING.

      And Godfrey was there, too. Which means he's been working with the Light as well.

      SHOCKING.

      Maybe not the kind of questions you think, but it poses some questions that could be answered. How did they all come to be involved with each other? What's G. Gordon doing there? These aren't questions to you?
      What's Godfrey doing there? Read my comment again -

      LoveWaffle wrote: he's been working with the Light as well.

      SHOCKING.

      How did they become involved with each other? This show's never been keen on showing origin stories (except for the Team's), so if you're asking yourself that you're asking the wrong question.

      Heck, look at it this way - Vandal Savage said, "Business as usual". Something that focuses on their past together. NOT on their future. Otherwise, the writing staff would've had him say "Everything's ready" or "Everything's going according to plan..." like how every other episode that ends with Savage or one of the Light's higher-ups getting the last word.

      Look at this way, if there was no questions to be answered then why would the episode page even propose one? And as for those questions I've already said they're still questions. They may not be answered, but there still questions. You can imagine it in your own head. They could even say through speech, it's still questions worth answering. Asking "what are they going to do?" It's obvious: World domination, slavery, etc. We can imagine what they could do. I just don't see how those can't be questions. And if you wasn't the least bit suprised by the ending, whether you assumed it was going to happen or not, it's a surprise because that's how it was set up. Otherwise you'd just think "Oh, a flaming planet. Lame. Seen it." It's a tease for what's to come. And that's why you're supposed to think to yourself "What's going on?" And no, I don't think it's a 100% obvious. Why should it be? Because you're basing it on previous stories? For all you know they could be setting up an ice cream shop. You don't have to question any of it. But let others wonder.

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:

      Regulus22 wrote:

      I Want More Mores!

      I read " I want more Mooses", & it as funnier that way


      NightwingOfTheFuture wrote:

      Lorisa214 wrote:
      I'm so distraught over Wally's death, I shampooed my hair twice.
      LMAO! It's both clever & mean that you brought up Dick & Artemis romantic relationship that never was, in the face of Wally's death. 0-o

      Seriously, NightwingOfTheFuture? That's sort of evil.

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    • Young justice is not allowed to be over do you know what Im going to have to do now!

      a) Find a new series/book/comic to become obsessed with

      or b) Actually get a life and try to be social with the rest of humanity

      So im looking for a new show to watch right now...until you know season three comes out because that has to happen.

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    • SO much to say on this episode;

      When I saw the clip of the episode on what I think it was Friday, I knew Black wouldn't be in the episode long considering Aqualad, Blue and Green were facing him after the opening title screen since "Endgame" was on the screen when he was talking about killing them all to the Scientist.

      Moving on to the ACTUAL episode. Opening was kind of no surprise seeing that the League was going to be get off the hook since there is legit evidence. Good thing Batman wasn't free from the cuffs, dealing with corrupt political/judical figures is what he does best ;)

      Nice thinking on the feet from Superboy and Miss M! Got the League off the hook!

      Seeing Vandel saying mess with Earth and I'll blow you the f*** up with the Warworld message.

      That screaming sound the Scarabs made when being destroyed was very disturbing. At first I thought Green was dead.

      Black looks like Ambassador on steroids. 

      Hmmmm, teams of heroes working with villians (Luthor) and anti-heroes (Runaways/Arsenal) stopping an invasion fleet before the clock runs out; sounds a lot like Destroyer to me haha the ending on JLU

      Virgil and Black Lightning in Dakota City that just made me go nuts and then seeing Static's shirt at the end of the episode AGHHHH!!!!! So many memories of his series!

      Honestly, if Season 3 were to happen most likely on another channel for a more "mature" audience since CN is all about kids :p I'd say Wally would return. Seriously, I just don't buy that death. 

      So, his body was receiving the discharges since he was the slowest, Bart and Barry were told not to slow down when they got started so Wally was kind of on his own in a sense.

      Jamie, why the heck didn't you say anything!!! I know it was only 16 seconds but he could have screamed for Wally to stop!

      Poor Artemis and Wally's folks.

      Why kill of Wally he was only in a handful of episodes in Season 2, he spent most of the season worried about the girl he loved and in the last episode we see him have a good moment with Impulse passing on the mantle of KF and now we see him go out like that (but as a true hero no doubt)

      Honestly, in Season 3 I'd say Nightwing would be kind of depressed and find a clue to see Wally is really alive OR like Batman in Hereafter he doesn't believe his pal is really dead.

      Speed Force is my first choice but since some say it doesn't exist in/on this Earth its not the case but he disappeared at his top speed maybe those discharges "teleported" his body or something I don't know but I just don't believe he's dead

      Batman knew about Nightwing, Aqualad, Wally and Artemis' plan all along for one he's Batman and 2 he questioned Aqualad when he got back to Earth not Nightwing!

      Seeing the team greet the League was like Fireworks, Revelation and Happy New Year too epic!

      Superman's face when Lex was on TV, it was like "its Lex flipping Luthor!"

      In Season 3, I'd say we would get to see Dick Grayson because we don't see him in Season 2 we only see Nightwing. It would be cool to see what he'd be doing after "leaving" the Team for a bit.

      The series ended just like I expected Darkseid!!!!

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    • Bubby08 wrote:
      Young justice is not allowed to be over do you know what Im going to have to do now!

      a) Find a new series/book/comic to become obsessed with

      or b) Actually get a life and try to be social with the rest of humanity

      So im looking for a new show to watch right now...until you know season three comes out because that has to happen.

      Have you watched the Legend of Korra? It's quite good on a Young Justice level

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    • NightwingIsABoss wrote:

      Speed Force is my first choice but since some say it doesn't exist in/on this Earth its not the case but he disappeared at his top speed maybe those discharges "teleported" his body or something I don't know but I just don't believe he's dead

      its not "some say it doesnt exist", its greg says it doesnt exist and his word is final.

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    • Wally Valdez wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:

      Regulus22 wrote:

      I Want More Mores!

      I read " I want more Mooses", & it as funnier that way


      NightwingOfTheFuture wrote:


      Lorisa214 wrote:
      I'm so distraught over Wally's death, I shampooed my hair twice.
      LMAO! It's both clever & mean that you brought up Dick & Artemis romantic relationship that never was, in the face of Wally's death. 0-o
      Seriously, NightwingOfTheFuture? That's sort of evil.

      The heart wants what the heart wants.

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Look at this way, if there was no questions to be answered then why would the episode page even propose one?
      It's a wiki page that anyone can edit.

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      And as for those questions I've already said they're still questions. They may not be answered, but there still questions.
      Fascinating observation that a=a. But there's a difference between a tease and a question. The cliffhanger was a tease, but it doesn't actually pose any questions.

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      You can imagine it in your own head. They could even say through speech, it's still questions worth answering. Asking "what are they going to do?" It's obvious: World domination, slavery, etc. We can imagine what they could do. I just don't see how those can't be questions.

      Because it never gave us any indication they were planning anything else. For all we know, they just shook hands, Desaad paid him, and they went their separate ways. Maybe the Light's plan for the past two Seasons has just been an incredibly complicated plot to get the Warworld into Darkseid's hands.

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      And if you wasn't the least bit suprised by the ending, whether you assumed it was going to happen or not, it's a surprise because that's how it was set up. Otherwise you'd just think "Oh, a flaming planet. Lame. Seen it." It's a tease for what's to come. And that's why you're supposed to think to yourself "What's going on?" And no, I don't think it's a 100% obvious. Why should it be? Because you're basing it on previous stories? For all you know they could be setting up an ice cream shop. You don't have to question any of it. But let others wonder.
      I wasn't surprised. Were you? Can you legitimately say that, with the many references (to varying degrees of subtlety) to Apokolips over series run, that you were in any way surprised that Darkseid showed up?

      And yes, you were supposed to think "What's going on here" when the Warworld flew before Apokolips. But then you see Savage and Darkseid shake hands, and there's your answer - the Light is working with Darkseid, and they have been for a while. You're free to ask yourself if they would do anything more, but it's a question posed by you but not the show.

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    • Avataress0 wrote:
      Bubby08 wrote:
      Young justice is not allowed to be over do you know what Im going to have to do now!

      a) Find a new series/book/comic to become obsessed with

      or b) Actually get a life and try to be social with the rest of humanity

      So im looking for a new show to watch right now...until you know season three comes out because that has to happen.

      Have you watched the Legend of Korra? It's quite good on a Young Justice level

      YES!!!! .I love that show (not sure if I like it better than ATLA yet) they need the hurry up and put out book 2 soon or at least give us a trailer and distract me from all this YJ depression.

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    • Regulus22 wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Zergrinch wrote: There was no speed force.

      Who's to say there isn't one now?  Whose name is Wally West? :)

      Also, the episode didn't show us the two new leaguers.  I guess Aqualad and Batgirl got promoted?

      What are you talking about?

      Zerg's thinking Wally became pure speed (what I'd define as kinetic energy.) and disappeared into himself essentially, or that he created a new dimension for himself where his state can exist freely. Not to some preexisting Speed Force.

      As for the Leaguers, we probably saw them. Just not mentioned officially. Definitely not AL and BG though. They're running the Team. More likely it was just Adam Strange and Blue Devil.

      I definetly agree. they dont kill main characters without an explanation and an aftermath. For people who deny wally is dead, think of him as kinetic energy, someplace in the universe. I know when i read this comment my hopes soared and i think that he will somehow come back. DONT GIVE UP HOPE!!! WALLY WEST FOREVER!

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Look at this way, if there was no questions to be answered then why would the episode page even propose one?
      It's a wiki page that anyone can edit.

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      And as for those questions I've already said they're still questions. They may not be answered, but there still questions.
      Fascinating observation that a=a. But there's a difference between a tease and a question. The cliffhanger was a tease, but it doesn't actually pose any questions.

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      You can imagine it in your own head. They could even say through speech, it's still questions worth answering. Asking "what are they going to do?" It's obvious: World domination, slavery, etc. We can imagine what they could do. I just don't see how those can't be questions.

      Because it never gave us any indication they were planning anything else. For all we know, they just shook hands, Desaad paid him, and they went their separate ways. Maybe the Light's plan for the past two Seasons has just been an incredibly complicated plot to get the Warworld into Darkseid's hands.

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      And if you wasn't the least bit suprised by the ending, whether you assumed it was going to happen or not, it's a surprise because that's how it was set up. Otherwise you'd just think "Oh, a flaming planet. Lame. Seen it." It's a tease for what's to come. And that's why you're supposed to think to yourself "What's going on?" And no, I don't think it's a 100% obvious. Why should it be? Because you're basing it on previous stories? For all you know they could be setting up an ice cream shop. You don't have to question any of it. But let others wonder.
      I wasn't surprised. Were you? Can you legitimately say that, with the many references (to varying degrees of subtlety) to Apokolips over series run, that you were in any way surprised that Darkseid showed up?

      And yes, you were supposed to think "What's going on here" when the Warworld flew before Apokolips. But then you see Savage and Darkseid shake hands, and there's your answer - the Light is working with Darkseid, and they have been for a while. You're free to ask yourself if they would do anything more, but it's a question posed by you but not the show.

      Fine. The show answers it for you. The keen eyed and eared fan wouldn't have to question it, but I think it may be different for the average viewer. I'm sorry we're not cold, calculating machines like you. You've connected the dots, but that doesn't answer everything. Be proud that you know the answers to all of life's the show's questions. But as I said let the others wonder what we will be and what has happened for the characters to get where they are whether those questions are posed in the show or not.

      We were given hints alone the way. First we'd have to remember all of those hints. But should we take the ending for granted?

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    • Anyone else a little surprised with the way Darkseid greeted Savage?  It seemed he treated him as a peer, which is a very un-Darkseid type thing to do. 

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    • 66.75.224.138 wrote: Anyone else a little surprised with the way Darkseid greeted Savage?  It seemed he treated him as a peer, which is a very un-Darkseid type thing to do. 

      Savage has orchestrated a lot behind the scenes to earn his respect. That's one of many possibilities for why he would treat him that way.

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Fine. The show answers it for you. The keen eyed and eared fan wouldn't have to question it, but I think it may be different for the average viewer. I'm sorry we're not cold, calculating machines like you. You've connected the dots, but that doesn't answer everything. Be proud that you know the answers to all of life's the show's questions. But as I said let the others wonder what we will be and what has happened for them to get where they are whether those questions are posed in the show or not.
      Does answer everything. If you have questions, they're not ones the show's posing. And they don't have an obligation to answer any questions they don't ask.

      If it bothers you so much, write a fanfic.

      Dude from San Diego wrote:

      Anyone else a little surprised with the way Darkseid greeted Savage? It seemed he treated him as a peer, which is a very un-Darkseid type thing to do.

      I disagree - It's a very Darkseid thing to do. But, well...it doesn't always work out.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Fine. The show answers it for you. The keen eyed and eared fan wouldn't have to question it, but I think it may be different for the average viewer. I'm sorry we're not cold, calculating machines like you. You've connected the dots, but that doesn't answer everything. Be proud that you know the answers to all of life's the show's questions. But as I said let the others wonder what we will be and what has happened for them to get where they are whether those questions are posed in the show or not.
      Does answer everything. If you have questions, they're not ones the show's posing. And they don't have an obligation to answer any questions they don't ask.

      If it bothers you so much, write a fanfic.

      They may not be questions explicity posed in that ending, but they're questions you can't help think to youself. That 1) You're probably say it does anway. and 2) You're right. Those are questions that could be answered in a fanfic, or it could be answered in the show or in a comic. You're thinking to literal. Anything can be given an answer it doesn't have to be big and in your face. It could just be an off-hand comment.

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    • I agree, Wally should not have died. I wish they had realized that we are just kids- we see this for entertainment purposes not necessarily to get a life lesson out of it (I mean, don't get me wrong, some of the things are motivators but in general). Perhaps it is as some of you said- they killed him so that we would be unpeaceful/at unrest and seek out season 3 for a happy ending- atleast that would be my hope if it comes out- for Wally to be back (for the reason stated earlier- happy ending).

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    • Who was that other guy in the watchtower..whe looked like a civilian but idk who he is

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    • 96.253.107.219 wrote:
      Who was that other guy in the watchtower..whe looked like a civilian but idk who he is

      Lucas?

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    • I was going to ask the same question- the guy who informs everyone of their "success"/checks back and forth between the 20 teams of 2 that are deployed

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    • NightwingOfTheFuture wrote:

      Wally Valdez wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:

      Regulus22 wrote:

      I Want More Mores!

      I read " I want more Mooses", & it as funnier that way


      NightwingOfTheFuture wrote:


      Lorisa214 wrote:
      I'm so distraught over Wally's death, I shampooed my hair twice.
      LMAO! It's both clever & mean that you brought up Dick & Artemis romantic relationship that never was, in the face of Wally's death. 0-o
      Seriously, NightwingOfTheFuture? That's sort of evil.

      The heart wants what the heart wants.

      Are they your OTP?

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:

      NightwingOfTheFuture wrote:

      Wally Valdez wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:

      Regulus22 wrote:

      I Want More Mores!

      I read " I want more Mooses", & it as funnier that way



      NightwingOfTheFuture wrote:


      Lorisa214 wrote:
      I'm so distraught over Wally's death, I shampooed my hair twice.
      LMAO! It's both clever & mean that you brought up Dick & Artemis romantic relationship that never was, in the face of Wally's death. 0-o
      Seriously, NightwingOfTheFuture? That's sort of evil.
      The heart wants what the heart wants.
      Are they your OTP?

      Check the second post of this thread.

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    • im tired of hearing everyones complaints they cant fit all of ur requests in one episode. anyways there has to b a season 3 for both shows razer is gonna become the blue lantern and darseid would be the main plot for season 3 they gave us so many clues that there will be a season 3 black canary as leader, static screen time wonderrobin screentime and an expanding team roster as the year goes by

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    • I'll ask again since no one answered, who was the sixth person in the invasion poster?

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    • Does anyone know which episodes on itues have extra scenes or extended scenes?

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    • SAYTHATAGAIN wrote:
      im tired of hearing everyones complaints they cant fit all of ur requests in one episode. anyways there has to b a season 3 for both shows razer is gonna become the blue lantern and darseid would be the main plot for season 3 they gave us so many clues that there will be a season 3 black canary as leader, static screen time wonderrobin screentime and an expanding team roster as the year goes by

      And I still want screen-time for DickBabs. But yes all of those things you said help me cling onto hope that we will be honored by the executives

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      LoveWaffle wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Fine. The show answers it for you. The keen eyed and eared fan wouldn't have to question it, but I think it may be different for the average viewer. I'm sorry we're not cold, calculating machines like you. You've connected the dots, but that doesn't answer everything. Be proud that you know the answers to all of life's the show's questions. But as I said let the others wonder what we will be and what has happened for them to get where they are whether those questions are posed in the show or not.
      Does answer everything. If you have questions, they're not ones the show's posing. And they don't have an obligation to answer any questions they don't ask.

      If it bothers you so much, write a fanfic.

      They may not be questions explicity posed in that ending, but they're questions you can't help think to youself. That 1) You're probably say it does anway. and 2) You're right. Those are questions that could be answered in a fanfic, or it could be answered in the show or in a comic. You're thinking to literal. Anything can be given an answer it doesn't have to be big and in your face. It could just be an off-hand comment.

      I'll say it again - the show's not obligated to answer any questions it doesn't ask.

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    • 96.253.107.219 wrote:
      Who was that other guy in the watchtower..whe looked like a civilian but idk who he is

      Its Greg, well he is voiced by greg its Lucas Carr

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      LoveWaffle wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote:

      Fine. The show answers it for you. The keen eyed and eared fan wouldn't have to question it, but I think it may be different for the average viewer. I'm sorry we're not cold, calculating machines like you. You've connected the dots, but that doesn't answer everything. Be proud that you know the answers to all of life's the show's questions. But as I said let the others wonder what we will be and what has happened for them to get where they are whether those questions are posed in the show or not.
      Does answer everything. If you have questions, they're not ones the show's posing. And they don't have an obligation to answer any questions they don't ask.

      If it bothers you so much, write a fanfic.

      They may not be questions explicity posed in that ending, but they're questions you can't help think to youself. That 1) You're probably say it does anway. and 2) You're right. Those are questions that could be answered in a fanfic, or it could be answered in the show or in a comic. You're thinking to literal. Anything can be given an answer it doesn't have to be big and in your face. It could just be an off-hand comment.

      I'll say it again - the show's not obligated to answer any questions it doesn't ask.

      Whatever you say. (You can say it how many times you want it doesn't change anything.)

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    • Of course it doesn't change anything - there's nothing that needs to be changed.

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    • I like the way they handled Wally's death because it was so sudden and it just happened. It was so out of the blue, like it should be. There was no dramatic build up; he just "died."

      I say that because I fully believe they intended to bring him back. Oh well. 

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    • Bobbobin wrote: I'll ask again since no one answered, who was the sixth person in the invasion poster?

      We don't know yet. Hopefully Brandon will let us know sometime soon.

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    • 130.160.17.101 wrote:
      I like the way they handled Wally's death because it was so sudden and it just happened. It was so out of the blue, like it should be. There was no dramatic build up; he just "died."

      I say that because I fully believe they intended to bring him back. Oh well. 

      technically there was build up, it was very obvious things werent going to end well when wally and artemis had a nice romantic moment in paris because thats just how every single writer ever does things; not to mention leaving the watchtower without saying anything to anyone, that is like the tv show equivallent to throwing yourself in fron of a bus.

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    • Psypher wrote:

      Bobbobin wrote: I'll ask again since no one answered, who was the sixth person in the invasion poster?

      We don't know yet. Hopefully Brandon will let us know sometime soon.

      Pretty sure its static, I sort of went through and he is the only one who really fits

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    • Bubby08 wrote:
      Psypher wrote:

      Bobbobin wrote: I'll ask again since no one answered, who was the sixth person in the invasion poster?

      We don't know yet. Hopefully Brandon will let us know sometime soon.
      Pretty sure its static, I sort of went through and he is the only one who really fits

      Weren't they already revealed?

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    • Oh God why did I just rewatch it :( I actually cried more this time because the first time I kept waiting for someone to go back in time or bring him back, WE NEVER GOT TO SEE DICK AND WALLY BE BROS AGAIN THE LAST TIME WE SAW THEM REALLY TALK WAS WHEN THEY WERE FIGHTING.still waiting for this to be a dream or the ending to change, if there is no season three we should get an alternate ending or multiple alternate endings would be nice. I want to see something with earth 16 again because this has been one of the only universes that makes sense and has so much detail that just makes the show.

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    • Bubby08 wrote: WE NEVER GOT TO SEE DICK

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    • I really wanted to see a Bro moment between Wally and Dick too! Not enough in this season. 

      I would really like to see a continuation of the series whether in the comics or the video games. But I want a Season 3 even more. OMG they left off at such a cliff hanger it was like what the heck? I was hoping for closure but it didn't really feel all that closed. Which you never know could give hope for another season.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      Bubby08 wrote: WE NEVER GOT TO SEE DICK

      Oh HAHAHA way to be mature I hate you so much lol

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    • 71.206.52.231 wrote: Hey guys, at the near end of the show, when Wally dies, I got the strangest sense that I had seen this before- this episode before (very very strong Deja Vu)- this will sound crazy but was this show aired before? Was there an episode similar to this- where they had to get to places or something? And yeah I wish Wally had not died and I do not know what was with the romance? They sure can kill a show. (Also I guess its the whole part of the hero gig or so they are implying- how to got over Aally so quickly)- but again this sentimentality of mine is arbitrary- this is just a cartoon show interpreted in a different way from the pool of comics that DC writers have created to entertain or to get money- maybe both. Any idea what I am talking about (regarding the first few questions)?

      Thanks.

      IDK if someone has answered this but there was an ep of Justice League where Wally disappeared for a while, in kinda the same way.

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:

      71.206.52.231 wrote: Hey guys, at the near end of the show, when Wally dies, I got the strangest sense that I had seen this before- this episode before (very very strong Deja Vu)- this will sound crazy but was this show aired before? Was there an episode similar to this- where they had to get to places or something? And yeah I wish Wally had not died and I do not know what was with the romance? They sure can kill a show. (Also I guess its the whole part of the hero gig or so they are implying- how to got over Aally so quickly)- but again this sentimentality of mine is arbitrary- this is just a cartoon show interpreted in a different way from the pool of comics that DC writers have created to entertain or to get money- maybe both. Any idea what I am talking about (regarding the first few questions)?

      Thanks.

      IDK if someone has answered this but there was an ep of Justice League where Wally disagreed for a while, in kinda the same way.

      In that episode Wally desapeard into the Speed Force, but was pulled out by... Wonder Woman or Hawkgirl, don't remember.

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    • Avataress0 wrote:
      Bubby08 wrote:
      Young justice is not allowed to be over do you know what Im going to have to do now!

      a) Find a new series/book/comic to become obsessed with

      or b) Actually get a life and try to be social with the rest of humanity

      So im looking for a new show to watch right now...until you know season three comes out because that has to happen.

      Have you watched the Legend of Korra? It's quite good on a Young Justice level

      I think that Brandon said that a lot of the YJ crew is working on Korra now if that piques anyone's interest.

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:


      Lorisa214 wrote:

      71.206.52.231 wrote: Hey guys, at the near end of the show, when Wally dies, I got the strangest sense that I had seen this before- this episode before (very very strong Deja Vu)- this will sound crazy but was this show aired before? Was there an episode similar to this- where they had to get to places or something? And yeah I wish Wally had not died and I do not know what was with the romance? They sure can kill a show. (Also I guess its the whole part of the hero gig or so they are implying- how to got over Aally so quickly)- but again this sentimentality of mine is arbitrary- this is just a cartoon show interpreted in a different way from the pool of comics that DC writers have created to entertain or to get money- maybe both. Any idea what I am talking about (regarding the first few questions)?

      Thanks.

      IDK if someone has answered this but there was an ep of Justice League where Wally disagreed for a while, in kinda the same way.

      In that episode Wally desapeard into the Speed Force, but was pulled out by... Wonder Woman or Hawkgirl, don't remember.

      LOL, I just realized I put disagreed instead of disappeared.
      ...Umm IDK. But Superman looked sad when it happened. Wasn't there an ep (of the same show??) where the Flash vanishes while he's running w Wally & Jay around the world a bunch, then they find him like 3 years later.

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:

      LOL, I just realized I put disagreed instead of disappeared.
      ...Umm IDK. But Superman looked sad when it happened. Wasn't there an ep (of the same show??) where the Flash vanishes while he's running w Wally & Jay around the world a bunch, then they find him like 3 years later.

      Batman the Brave and the Bold-- "Requiem for a Scarlet Speedster"

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    • I was just re-watching this episode and I noticed Bart's "Oh, no!" expression when he hears Barry's offer to shut down the last MFD. From that, I'm sure that he was probably thinking of his first mission coming back to the present, to stop his grandfather from dying by heroic sacrifice. Too bad he couldn't do the same for Wally. Still holding out hope for a season 3, though.

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    • I think Megan and Superboy would start dating again or it was my imagination?

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    • When they`re declared guilty did anyone else notice Batman and Superman look at one another like "So... when are we busting out?" I didn`t really notice it at first because it`s kind of subtle but hilarious. lol

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    • Allanjeffs wrote:
      I think Megan and Superboy would start dating again or it was my imagination?
      Most likely.
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    • Avataress0 wrote:
      SAYTHATAGAIN wrote:
      im tired of hearing everyones complaints they cant fit all of ur requests in one episode. anyways there has to b a season 3 for both shows razer is gonna become the blue lantern and darseid would be the main plot for season 3 they gave us so many clues that there will be a season 3 black canary as leader, static screen time wonderrobin screentime and an expanding team roster as the year goes by
      And I still want screen-time for DickBabs. But yes all of those things you said help me cling onto hope that we will be honored by the executives

      Dick and babs? I still want a dick and Zee time screen!

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    • Sansckins wrote:

      I still want a dick

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      Sansckins wrote:

      I still want a dick

      Just for the record, three weeks ban if you reply with the obvious.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:

      I still want a dick

      Haha come on man, that's the second time you've done this!

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:

      I still want a dick

      come on people show a little maturity, isnt the whole point of why we like young justice that it doesnt treat us as immature little kids.

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    • Tupka217 wrote:

      Just for the record, three weeks ban if you reply with the obvious.

      Noted.

      Justice Avenger wrote:
      Haha come on man, that's the second time you've done this!

      It's just so easy!
      And I've done it more on other forums!
      MWAHAHAHA

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:

      I still want a dick

      damm you ¬¬

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      Tupka217 wrote:

      Just for the record, three weeks ban if you reply with the obvious.

      Noted.
      Justice Avenger wrote:
      Haha come on man, that's the second time you've done this!
      It's just so easy!

      And I've done it more on other forums!
      MWAHAHAHA

      I'm completely jealous of your astonishing accomplishment. Teach me your ways.

      Please do not go off-topic, and for a ridiculously idiotic and immature comment at that. 

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    • Since we broke 200, Thread IV?

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    • the end of YJ would affect this wiki?

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    • Allanjeffs wrote:
      Zodisgod wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:

      I still want a dick

      come on people show a little maturity, isnt the whole point of why we like young justice that it doesnt treat us as immature little kids.
      I remember you were the blogger that dislike supermartian right.

      yup thats me, got nothing to do with whats being discussed in this thread of comments but yeah thats me.

      and i dislike the relationship because i dont think its a healthy one, feels like the only person who gets anything from it is megan, conner is her little lapdog who is molded into her image of the perfect boyfriend, which cant be healthy for his self image, not to mention the whole messing with his brain aspect.

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    • Zodisgod wrote:
      Allanjeffs wrote:
      Zodisgod wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:

      I still want a dick

      come on people show a little maturity, isnt the whole point of why we like young justice that it doesnt treat us as immature little kids.
      I remember you were the blogger that dislike supermartian right.
      yup thats me, got nothing to do with whats being discussed in this thread of comments but yeah thats me.

      and i dislike the relationship because i dont think its a healthy one, feels like the only person who gets anything from it is megan, conner is her little lapdog who is molded into her image of the perfect boyfriend, which cant be healthy for his self image, not to mention the whole messing with his brain aspect.

      I agree all what you say but I believe Megan has learn her mistake and now that at the end they look to be together I think they would be good.even though you are right I don`t believe I will forgive her right away.Trust would be an issue.

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    • Allanjeffs wrote:
      Zodisgod wrote:
      Allanjeffs wrote:
      Zodisgod wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:

      I still want a dick

      come on people show a little maturity, isnt the whole point of why we like young justice that it doesnt treat us as immature little kids.
      I remember you were the blogger that dislike supermartian right.
      yup thats me, got nothing to do with whats being discussed in this thread of comments but yeah thats me.

      and i dislike the relationship because i dont think its a healthy one, feels like the only person who gets anything from it is megan, conner is her little lapdog who is molded into her image of the perfect boyfriend, which cant be healthy for his self image, not to mention the whole messing with his brain aspect.

      I agree all what you say but I believe Megan has learn her mistake and now that at the end they look to be together I think they would be good.even though you are right I don`t believe I will forgive her right away.Trust would be an issue.

      i dont believe he could trust her ever again, a person with any sense would know that if she messed with his head once (and who's to say it was only once, she was only caught once) that she could easily do it again; i know i couldnt trust someone again after something like that no matter how much history we had.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      Since we broke 200, Thread IV?

      Yeah, this one is getting too long... Although no one is talking about Endgame anymore...

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Since we broke 200, Thread IV?
      Yeah, this one is getting too long... Although no one is talking about Endgame anymore...

      I do ENDGAME :D........ Im so bored! ._.

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    • AWW! Greg just gave out the team pairings
      13. Nu - Red Arrow, Arsenal
      That would have been so cool to see!
      I'm surprised Jade didn't make a cameo

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:
      AWW! Greg just gave out the team pairings
      13. Nu - Red Arrow, Arsenal

      That would have been so cool to see!
      I'm surprised Jade didn't make a cameo

      Link? Seeing Red and Arsenal would have been even better than Aqualad and Lagoon Boy.

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        • Greg also gave out cut dialogue

      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

      Thanks for that source. ah zee and babs in a squad (akward a little bit)

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032


      Seems Asami and Tye found love despite not being able to talk to each other.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

      Seems Asami and Tye found love despite not being able to talk to each other.

      who would say something like that a japanese with a mexican boy...

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    • Sansckins wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

      Seems Asami and Tye found love despite not being able to talk to each other.
      who would say something like that a japanese with a mexican boy...

      That sounded kind of racist...

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    • Anyone else find it odd that the entire Reach invasion only resulted in one, maybe two, deaths?

      As a military force, they should be embarrassed.

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

      Seems Asami and Tye found love despite not being able to talk to each other.
      who would say something like that a japanese with a mexican boy...
      That sounded kind of racist...

      no I'm not racist, in fact I am form latin america here that's a pretty strange couple

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    • Sansckins wrote:
      Justice Avenger wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

      Seems Asami and Tye found love despite not being able to talk to each other.
      who would say something like that a japanese with a mexican boy...
      That sounded kind of racist...
      no I'm not racist, in fact I am form latin america here that's a pretty strange couple

      I didn't say you were, just that it sounded a little racist. Just for the record I'm from Latin America too, and I don't see anything strange.

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:
      Justice Avenger wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

      Seems Asami and Tye found love despite not being able to talk to each other.
      who would say something like that a japanese with a mexican boy...
      That sounded kind of racist...
      no I'm not racist, in fact I am form latin america here that's a pretty strange couple
      I didn't say you were, just that it sounded a little racist. Just for the record I'm from Latin America too, and I don't see anything strange.

      well for me that's strange.

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    • I notice that the Reach keeps referring to humans as "meat". So what the hell are they? Evil lettuce people?

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    • Sansckins wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:
      Justice Avenger wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

      Seems Asami and Tye found love despite not being able to talk to each other.
      who would say something like that a japanese with a mexican boy...
      That sounded kind of racist...
      no I'm not racist, in fact I am form latin america here that's a pretty strange couple
      I didn't say you were, just that it sounded a little racist. Just for the record I'm from Latin America too, and I don't see anything strange.

      well for me that's strange.

      For the sake of correction, Tye's not Mexican; he's Native American. BTW, does anybody else think that the stuff in that ramble should be counted as canon-in-training?

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    • Of course it should.


      KingNom wrote:
      I notice that the Reach keeps referring to humans as "meat". So what the hell are they? Evil lettuce people?

      It makes them racist.  Supremacist, even.

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    • Sansckins wrote:
      Justice Avenger wrote:
      Sansckins wrote:
      LoveWaffle wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

      Seems Asami and Tye found love despite not being able to talk to each other.
      who would say something like that a japanese with a mexican boy...
      That sounded kind of racist...
      no I'm not racist, in fact I am form latin america here that's a pretty strange couple

      Still racist.

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:



      Lorisa214 wrote:

      71.206.52.231 wrote: Hey guys, at the near end of the show, when Wally dies, I got the strangest sense that I had seen this before- this episode before (very very strong Deja Vu)- this will sound crazy but was this show aired before? Was there an episode similar to this- where they had to get to places or something? And yeah I wish Wally had not died and I do not know what was with the romance? They sure can kill a show. (Also I guess its the whole part of the hero gig or so they are implying- how to got over Aally so quickly)- but again this sentimentality of mine is arbitrary- this is just a cartoon show interpreted in a different way from the pool of comics that DC writers have created to entertain or to get money- maybe both. Any idea what I am talking about (regarding the first few questions)?

      Thanks.

      IDK if someone has answered this but there was an ep of Justice League where Wally disagreed for a while, in kinda the same way.
      In that episode Wally desapeard into the Speed Force, but was pulled out by... Wonder Woman or Hawkgirl, don't remember.
      LOL, I just realized I put disagreed instead of disappeared.

      ...Umm IDK. But Superman looked sad when it happened. Wasn't there an ep (of the same show??) where the Flash vanishes while he's running w Wally & Jay around the world a bunch, then they find him like 3 years later.

      Concerning that Justice League episode, it was Hawkgirl, if I remember correctly.  So I'm not the only one thinking of that Justice League episode.  It was the last episode of the series, and correct me if I'm wrong, but the episode may be called, "Devided We Fall".  I made a statement about it earlier in the forum.  This makes me think Wally is alive, but it's just a strong hope.

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    • 50.90.57.14 wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:



      Lorisa214 wrote:

      71.206.52.231 wrote: Hey guys, at the near end of the show, when Wally dies, I got the strangest sense that I had seen this before- this episode before (very very strong Deja Vu)- this will sound crazy but was this show aired before? Was there an episode similar to this- where they had to get to places or something? And yeah I wish Wally had not died and I do not know what was with the romance? They sure can kill a show. (Also I guess its the whole part of the hero gig or so they are implying- how to got over Aally so quickly)- but again this sentimentality of mine is arbitrary- this is just a cartoon show interpreted in a different way from the pool of comics that DC writers have created to entertain or to get money- maybe both. Any idea what I am talking about (regarding the first few questions)?

      Thanks.

      IDK if someone has answered this but there was an ep of Justice League where Wally disagreed for a while, in kinda the same way.
      In that episode Wally desapeard into the Speed Force, but was pulled out by... Wonder Woman or Hawkgirl, don't remember.
      LOL, I just realized I put disagreed instead of disappeared.
      ...Umm IDK. But Superman looked sad when it happened. Wasn't there an ep (of the same show??) where the Flash vanishes while he's running w Wally & Jay around the world a bunch, then they find him like 3 years later.
      Concerning that Justice League episode, it was Hawkgirl, if I remember correctly.  So I'm not the only one thinking of that Justice League episode.  It was the last episode of the series, and correct me if I'm wrong, but the episode may be called, "Devided We Fall".  I made a statement about it earlier in the forum.  This makes me think Wally is alive, but it's just a strong hope.

      You're correct about everything except fr one thing, it wasn't the last episode of the series, it was the 12 episode of the second season of Justice League Unlimited.

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    • Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032

      So KF and Artemis would've rejoined anyway. That makes Wally's death even more depressing. And I had the strangest feeling that Tye and Asmai were together (dream/premonition/whatever you wanna call it).

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    • I cannot believe the series ended that way. Wally dying was horrible, especially after he and Artemis were finally reunited. I was screaming the whole last 5 minutes of the episode depending them to bring him back. Then to have Darkseid appear at the VERY end? It's just too much. This show was so good, and the ending leaves so much open. I have never been so sad about the ending of a show.

      I mean if there WAS a third season so many things could be resolved, so many interesting plot points could be examined. But it's too late now. And I am so sad.

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    • Wally is not dead. 

      I wish we could see Static on the team

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    • QueenGleek wrote:
      I cannot believe the series ended that way. Wally dying was horrible, especially after he and Artemis were finally reunited. I was screaming the whole last 5 minutes of the episode depending them to bring him back. Then to have Darkseid appear at the VERY end? It's just too much. This show was so good, and the ending leaves so much open. I have never been so sad about the ending of a show.

      I mean if there WAS a third season so many things could be resolved, so many interesting plot points could be examined. But it's too late now. And I am so sad.

      There's actually not much left to be resolved, and what there is to be resolved is mostly the unimportant details of certain plot points (i.e. How did Tula die? Why was Ocean Master kicked out of the Light? etc.
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    • LoveWaffle wrote:

      QueenGleek wrote:
      I cannot believe the series ended that way. Wally dying was horrible, especially after he and Artemis were finally reunited. I was screaming the whole last 5 minutes of the episode depending them to bring him back. Then to have Darkseid appear at the VERY end? It's just too much. This show was so good, and the ending leaves so much open. I have never been so sad about the ending of a show.

      I mean if there WAS a third season so many things could be resolved, so many interesting plot points could be examined. But it's too late now. And I am so sad.

      There's actually not much left to be resolved, and what there is to be resolved is mostly the unimportant details of certain plot points (i.e. How did Tula die? Why was Ocean Master kicked out of the Light? etc.

      Sorry, but just having Darkseid on the show clearly means that it was gonna lead up to something big. And the fact that he's had Godfrey manipulating the public on Earth and giving the Light his tech this whole time clearly means that he's been plotting against Earth for quite a while.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      QueenGleek wrote:
      I cannot believe the series ended that way. Wally dying was horrible, especially after he and Artemis were finally reunited. I was screaming the whole last 5 minutes of the episode depending them to bring him back. Then to have Darkseid appear at the VERY end? It's just too much. This show was so good, and the ending leaves so much open. I have never been so sad about the ending of a show.

      I mean if there WAS a third season so many things could be resolved, so many interesting plot points could be examined. But it's too late now. And I am so sad.

      There's actually not much left to be resolved, and what there is to be resolved is mostly the unimportant details of certain plot points (i.e. How did Tula die? Why was Ocean Master kicked out of the Light? etc.

      Why is the light working with Darkseid? Where did Wally go? (Is he dead or is it like what happened on that one episode of JLU) How are other planets going to respond to Earth having the Warwold? Honestly, I just wanted more of the show. I'm sad it was cancelled.

      I think the tie-in comic covers how Ocean Master was removed from the Light, but I'm not sure. 

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    • Cari1994 wrote:
      Sorry, but just having Darkseid on the show clearly means that it was gonna lead up to something big. And the fact that he's had Godfrey manipulating the public on Earth and giving the Light his tech this whole time clearly means that he's been plotting against Earth for quite a while.

      Yes, but you'll notice there's nothing it has to resolve. It was a tease and nothing else.

      QueenGleek wrote:
      Why is the light working with Darkseid?

      Because each side sees the partnership as beneficial.

      QueenGleek wrote:
      Where did Wally go?

      He's dead. If there were another season, it might be revealed he's alive in some way. But until that happens (if ever), he's dead.

      QueenGleek wrote:
      How are other planets going to respond to Earth having the Warworld?

      Who cares, that's inconsequential.

      QueenGleek wrote:
      Honestly, I just wanted more of the show. I'm sad it was cancelled.

      So am I, but I'm glad the S2 finale teased us with what would come as opposed to leaving us with any burning questions that need to be answered.

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    • Oh, and totally called Tye and Asami being a thing. Their interactions showed way more care and interest then really any other couple we've had second season (bar Alanna and Adam Strange of course. OTP)

      Glad Darkseid got revealed tbh. For one simple reason, Now we won't have people saying Darkseid still has to appear!!!.

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    • What no WondeRoy? I shipped it, but Roy's a lil punk. I would punch him in the face. Both Roys were lil SOBs between the ages of 15-19. They remind me of really aggressive, or socially unstable dogs that just need to be drained of energy B4 they are allowed to interact with others. Those Roys just cause fights everywhere they do.

      But I am happy they teamed up in the last ep.

      ...No, I digress. Tye and Asami work. They both have a side bang, with a shirt-colour-matching head band.

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    • I would have ship Robin and Impulse to be honest,but I also ship robin and Casey.

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    • Allanjeffs wrote:
      I would have ship Robin and Impulse to be honest,but I also ship robin and Casey.

      Robin and Impulse?

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:
      Allanjeffs wrote:
      I would have ship Robin and Impulse to be honest,but I also ship robin and Casey.
      Robin and Impulse?
      I just take it Allanjeffs is a fan of Yaoi.
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    • Justice Avenger wrote:
      50.90.57.14 wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:




      Lorisa214 wrote:

      71.206.52.231 wrote: Hey guys, at the near end of the show, when Wally dies, I got the strangest sense that I had seen this before- this episode before (very very strong Deja Vu)- this will sound crazy but was this show aired before? Was there an episode similar to this- where they had to get to places or something? And yeah I wish Wally had not died and I do not know what was with the romance? They sure can kill a show. (Also I guess its the whole part of the hero gig or so they are implying- how to got over Aally so quickly)- but again this sentimentality of mine is arbitrary- this is just a cartoon show interpreted in a different way from the pool of comics that DC writers have created to entertain or to get money- maybe both. Any idea what I am talking about (regarding the first few questions)?

      Thanks.

      IDK if someone has answered this but there was an ep of Justice League where Wally disagreed for a while, in kinda the same way.
      In that episode Wally desapeard into the Speed Force, but was pulled out by... Wonder Woman or Hawkgirl, don't remember.
      LOL, I just realized I put disagreed instead of disappeared.
      ...Umm IDK. But Superman looked sad when it happened. Wasn't there an ep (of the same show??) where the Flash vanishes while he's running w Wally & Jay around the world a bunch, then they find him like 3 years later.
      Concerning that Justice League episode, it was Hawkgirl, if I remember correctly.  So I'm not the only one thinking of that Justice League episode.  It was the last episode of the series, and correct me if I'm wrong, but the episode may be called, "Devided We Fall".  I made a statement about it earlier in the forum.  This makes me think Wally is alive, but it's just a strong hope.
      You're correct about everything except fr one thing, it wasn't the last episode of the series, it was the 12 episode of the second season of Justice League Unlimited.

      Oh!  You know what, thank you for correcting me!  I haven't watched the series in a long time, and I stopped watching after that episode.  My goodness, now I want to go and watch the episodes I haven't watched before.  Thank you! 

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    • 50.90.57.14 wrote:
      Justice Avenger wrote:
      50.90.57.14 wrote: Concerning that Justice League episode, it was Hawkgirl, if I remember correctly.  So I'm not the only one thinking of that Justice League episode.  It was the last episode of the series, and correct me if I'm wrong, but the episode may be called, "Devided We Fall".  I made a statement about it earlier in the forum.  This makes me think Wally is alive, but it's just a strong hope.
      You're correct about everything except fr one thing, it wasn't the last episode of the series, it was the 12 episode of the second season of Justice League Unlimited.
      Oh!  You know what, thank you for correcting me!  I haven't watched the series in a long time, and I stopped watching after that episode.  My goodness, now I want to go and watch the episodes I haven't watched before.  Thank you! 

      No prob., actually I rewatch the entire series about a monh ago. And for what I didn't remember, there's always the DCAU wiki.

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    • Wally IS ALIVE they have been hinting this since the alien apocolipse episode. Wally thought that the death rays were zeta beams and then he got absorbed by ALIEN DEATH RAYS. Am i the only one who finds that a little wierd, he is probly beent captured by the Light

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    • 71.77.6.33 wrote:
      Wally IS ALIVE they have been hinting this since the alien apocolipse episode. Wally thought that the death rays were zeta beams and then he got absorbed by ALIEN DEATH RAYS. Am i the only one who finds that a little wierd, he is probly beent captured by the Light

      What ep. are you talking about? Plus the "ALIEN DEATH RAYS" where of the Reach not the Light!

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:


      71.77.6.33 wrote:
      Wally IS ALIVE they have been hinting this since the alien apocolipse episode. Wally thought that the death rays were zeta beams and then he got absorbed by ALIEN DEATH RAYS. Am i the only one who finds that a little wierd, he is probly beent captured by the Light
      What ep. are you talking about? Plus the "ALIEN DEATH RAYS" where of the Reach not the Light!

      I believe the anonymous user is referring to the episode "Failsafe." 

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    • Continue discussion NOT about Endgame (which most of this is) Here.

      Thread will remain open, but hereafter, posts not pertaining to the episode will be removed.

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    • >Watching episode
      >Holographic "statues" at the end
      >Ted Kord...Jason Todd...Tula...Wally...wait, wasn't there another one?
      >It's Artemis.
      >Wally took Artemis' place.
      >ALL THESE FEELS

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    • "Endgame" was clearly written as a season finale, not a series finale. If there were a Season 3, Wally would certainly be back somehow. Since there won't be a Season 3 ever, he is "dead" for all intents and purposes, even though that is not what his "disappearance" was supposed to mean. I understand that the writers/producers wanted to keep their options open, but they could have changed the episode to adapt it to a series finale.

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    • Zergrinch wrote:
      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.
      Greg revealed in an interview earlier this week that Justice League members 27 and 28 were SPOILER REQUEST NO COMMENT.

      Also, does anyone remember seeing this teaser screenshot in the actual episode anywhere? 

      http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/WF/youngjustice/guides/reviews/46endgame/09.jpg


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    • Am I the only one who noticed Garth's visible black tatooes on his arms? Is that a goof or it means that he ended his study so the tatooes remained?

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    • 93.46.206.75 wrote:

      Zergrinch wrote:
      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.
      Greg revealed in an interview earlier this week that Justice League members 27 and 28 were SPOILER REQUEST NO COMMENT.

      Also, does anyone remember seeing this teaser screenshot in the actual episode anywhere? 

      http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/WF/youngjustice/guides/reviews/46endgame/09.jpg


      It's apparently one of the scenes cut for time.

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    • It's not in the iTunes version.  Boo hiss.

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    • Tupka217 wrote:

      93.46.206.75 wrote:

      Zergrinch wrote:
      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.
      Greg revealed in an interview earlier this week that Justice League members 27 and 28 were SPOILER REQUEST NO COMMENT.

      Also, does anyone remember seeing this teaser screenshot in the actual episode anywhere? 

      http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/WF/youngjustice/guides/reviews/46endgame/09.jpg


      It's apparently one of the scenes cut for time.

      Or it will appear in Legacy... Maybe there were 2 other inductees along Zatanna and Rocket, but they weren't on screen in season 2

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    • Mihai 1803 wrote:

      Tupka217 wrote:

      93.46.206.75 wrote:

      Zergrinch wrote:
      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.
      Greg revealed in an interview earlier this week that Justice League members 27 and 28 were SPOILER REQUEST NO COMMENT.

      Also, does anyone remember seeing this teaser screenshot in the actual episode anywhere? 

      http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/WF/youngjustice/guides/reviews/46endgame/09.jpg


      It's apparently one of the scenes cut for time.

      Or it will appear in Legacy... Maybe there were 2 other inductees along Zatanna and Rocket, but they weren't on screen in season 2

      Actually, my reply referred to the image.

      Also, Zat and Rocky were said to be the most recent inductees in "Happy New Year", and the League was said to have 21 active members. With the new Leaguers on screen and minus Ted and two of the Lanterns, it doesn't give space to two more.

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    • Tupka217 wrote:

      93.46.206.75 wrote:

      Zergrinch wrote:
      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.
      Greg revealed in an interview earlier this week that Justice League members 27 and 28 were SPOILER REQUEST NO COMMENT.

      Also, does anyone remember seeing this teaser screenshot in the actual episode anywhere? 

      http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/WF/youngjustice/guides/reviews/46endgame/09.jpg


      It's apparently one of the scenes cut for time.

      That actually just looks like an unused image of the four from when Cap. Atom and Lex were explaining the plan. Like they were going with quick cuts of who was there as opposed to one long panning shot.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      Justice Avenger wrote:
      Allanjeffs wrote:
      I would have ship Robin and Impulse to be honest,but I also ship robin and Casey.
      Robin and Impulse?
      I just take it Allanjeffs is a fan of Yaoi.

      I actually am.lol

      I also need to say that even though I don`t come like I did in the past because pre-calculus is killing my free time.I have a lot of fun discussing YJ themes with all of you,I hope we can save the series for 1 more season.

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    • Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.
      Greg revealed in an interview earlier this week that Justice League members 27 and 28 were SPOILER REQUEST NO COMMENT.

      Also, does anyone remember seeing this teaser screenshot in the actual episode anywhere? 

      http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/WF/youngjustice/guides/reviews/46endgame/09.jpg


      It's apparently one of the scenes cut for time.
      That actually just looks like an unused image of the four from when Cap. Atom and Lex were explaining the plan. Like they were going with quick cuts of who was there as opposed to one long panning shot.

      Why does jay look's so young?

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    • Sansckins wrote:

      Anythingspossibleforapossible wrote: Just to be clear I was referring to the second part.
      Greg revealed in an interview earlier this week that Justice League members 27 and 28 were SPOILER REQUEST NO COMMENT.

      Also, does anyone remember seeing this teaser screenshot in the actual episode anywhere? 

      http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/WF/youngjustice/guides/reviews/46endgame/09.jpg


      It's apparently one of the scenes cut for time.
      That actually just looks like an unused image of the four from when Cap. Atom and Lex were explaining the plan. Like they were going with quick cuts of who was there as opposed to one long panning shot.
      Why does jay look's so young?

      why does sportsmaster look so young? character designs are incredibly erratic on this show

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    • Sansckins wrote:
      Why does jay look's so young?

      Maybe that's why it wasn't used
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    • So after watching the episode, I was like, "How does working with Apokolips/Darkseid fit with the goal of accelerating human evolution?" Then after watching some of the older cartoons and the Justice League: Doom movie, I came up with a theory. This whole time, Vandal Savage (and, with the promise of power from Savage, Klarion, Lex Luthor, and possibly queen bee) created and used the Light to further his and Darkseid's goal: to take over and enslave the human race. They didn't seem to care that much about abandoning Brain, Ra's, and Manta. In the comics, tv shows, and movies, Savage always wanted to enslave the human race "for its own good." The show has deviated from other material somewhat, but I don't think they'd go that far off the track. They wanted to use the metagene to create enforcers/warriors, not because they were sincerely interested in advancing humanity. I think that they convinced Darkseid that they had similar goals or told him that if he helped them conquer earth, they would use their power/resources to help him take over new genesis or whatever he wants to do. I'm also betting that each side plans to betray the other. Now I just wish that we could get a movie or another season to see if my theory is even close to correct.


      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

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    • Ninja 989 wrote:
      So after watching the episode, I was like, "How does working with Apokolips/Darkseid fit with the goal of accelerating human evolution?" Then after watching some of the older cartoons and the Justice League: Doom movie, I came up with a theory. This whole time, Vandal Savage (and, with the promise of power from Savage, Klarion, Lex Luthor, and possibly queen bee) created and used the Light to further his and Darkseid's goal: to take over and enslave the human race. They didn't seem to care that much about abandoning Brain, Ra's, and Manta. In the comics, tv shows, and movies, Savage always wanted to enslave the human race "for its own good." The show has deviated from other material somewhat, but I don't think they'd go that far off the track. They wanted to use the metagene to create enforcers/warriors, not because they were sincerely interested in advancing humanity. I think that they convinced Darkseid that they had similar goals or told him that if he helped them conquer earth, they would use their power/resources to help him take over new genesis or whatever he wants to do. I'm also betting that each side plans to betray the other. Now I just wish that we could get a movie or another season to see if my theory is even close to correct.


      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      If there's a season 3 I want to se darkseid vs Orion (his son) epic battle

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    • Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      Exactly what happened!!

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    • Justice Avenger wrote:

      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      Exactly what happened!!

      I'm not so sure about that. I don't think that they actually saw the episode until it aired on TV. Hopefully, after seeing that there was a cliffhanger, they changed their minds. If not, hopefully the fans will change their minds.

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    • Cari1994 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:

      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      Exactly what happened!!
      I'm not so sure about that. I don't think that they actually saw the episode until it aired on TV. Hopefully, after seeing that there was a cliffhanger, they changed their minds. If not, hopefully the fans will change their minds.

      I do hope that they at least notice the voices and outcries of the fans 

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    • Avataress0 wrote:
      Cari1994 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:


      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      Exactly what happened!!
      I'm not so sure about that. I don't think that they actually saw the episode until it aired on TV. Hopefully, after seeing that there was a cliffhanger, they changed their minds. If not, hopefully the fans will change their minds.
      I do hope that they at least notice the voices and outcries of the fans 

      Probably, not...

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    • Mihai 1803 wrote:
      Avataress0 wrote:
      Cari1994 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:


      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      Exactly what happened!!
      I'm not so sure about that. I don't think that they actually saw the episode until it aired on TV. Hopefully, after seeing that there was a cliffhanger, they changed their minds. If not, hopefully the fans will change their minds.
      I do hope that they at least notice the voices and outcries of the fans 
      Probably, not...

      Then they're a bunch of jerkfaces but we already knew that

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    • Cari1994 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:

      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      Exactly what happened!!
      I'm not so sure about that. I don't think that they actually saw the episode until it aired on TV. Hopefully, after seeing that there was a cliffhanger, they changed their minds. If not, hopefully the fans will change their minds.

      tv executives dont change their minds once they have made a decision, its one of the great laws of the universe.

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    • Zodisgod wrote:

      Cari1994 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:

      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      Exactly what happened!!
      I'm not so sure about that. I don't think that they actually saw the episode until it aired on TV. Hopefully, after seeing that there was a cliffhanger, they changed their minds. If not, hopefully the fans will change their minds.

      tv executives dont change their minds once they have made a decision, its one of the great laws of the universe.

      That is not one of the great laws of the universe. Because that would contradict another one of the great laws of the universe, that every human being changes their minds. Besides, tell that to all of the shows that got canceled and subsequently renewed, including Kim Possible.

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    • Bantha117 wrote:
      Lorisa214 wrote:
      ** Greg also gave out cut dialogue
      http://s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=1032
      So KF and Artemis would've rejoined anyway. That makes Wally's death even more depressing. And I had the strangest feeling that Tye and Asmai were together (dream/premonition/whatever you wanna call it).

      I thought they were going to start dating too. If you look on my profile page, I wrote that I ship them, even when there was absolutely no reason to.

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    • is there any way we can see the cut scenes from this episode and not just the dialogues?

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    • 79.167.77.182 wrote: is there any way we can see the cut scenes from this episode and not just the dialogues?

      Not yet. They've been animated I think (one of the scenes was used for a promo pic) but they're not in the iTunes version.

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    • does anyone know if there is a way to see the cut scenes and not just the dialogues?

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    • Read the last response.

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    • Cari1994 wrote:

      Zodisgod wrote:

      Cari1994 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:


      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      Exactly what happened!!
      I'm not so sure about that. I don't think that they actually saw the episode until it aired on TV. Hopefully, after seeing that there was a cliffhanger, they changed their minds. If not, hopefully the fans will change their minds.
      tv executives dont change their minds once they have made a decision, its one of the great laws of the universe.
      That is not one of the great laws of the universe. Because that would contradict another one of the great laws of the universe, that every human being changes their minds. Besides, tell that to all of the shows that got canceled and subsequently renewed, including Kim Possible.

      I hope that changing their minds about canceling YJ is a law that great...

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    • Cari1994 wrote:

      Zodisgod wrote:

      Cari1994 wrote:

      Justice Avenger wrote:


      Oh, and after seeing the end of this episode, I'm betting that the CN execs watched this episode, then said, "Let's troll the hell out of all the fans and just cancel the show after this episode just for the fun of it. It's popular, but who cares. It'll be hilarious."

      Exactly what happened!!
      I'm not so sure about that. I don't think that they actually saw the episode until it aired on TV. Hopefully, after seeing that there was a cliffhanger, they changed their minds. If not, hopefully the fans will change their minds.
      tv executives dont change their minds once they have made a decision, its one of the great laws of the universe.
      That is not one of the great laws of the universe. Because that would contradict another one of the great laws of the universe, that every human being changes their minds. Besides, tell that to all of the shows that got canceled and subsequently renewed, including Kim Possible.

      yes they brought kim possible back, but that is an exception because it finished naturally and it was brought back because it was highly successful; however from a business point of view young justice was a failure and nobody has any motivation to continue doing something that was a failure.

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    • Young Justice is/was actually the fourth highest-rated show on Cartoon Network, beat out only by Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. They're losing the latter, and Green Lantern: The Animated Series is the sixth highest-rated, so CN's essentially lost half its most-watched shows.

      So it's the toyline that killed it. Which is why the show should be moved to a different network (plugging my [adult swim] idea again) that isn't reliant on toy sales, or we beg Cartoon Network to start up the toyline again. I want my Blue Beetle action figure.

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    • LoveWaffle wrote:
      Young Justice is/was actually the fourth highest-rated show on Cartoon Network, beat out only by Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. They're losing the latter, and Green Lantern: The Animated Series is the sixth highest-rated, so CN's essentially lost half its most-watched shows.

      So it's the toyline that killed it. Which is why the show should be moved to a different network (plugging my [adult swim] idea again) that isn't reliant on toy sales, or we beg Cartoon Network to start up the toyline again. I want my Blue Beetle action figure.

      Young Justice actually was the highest ranked show this past week apparently. They are committing network suicide basically 

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