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On August 25, [[Christopher Jones]], the illustrator for the [[Young Justice (comic)|''Young Justice'' comics]], announced that he had been hired as Storyboard Revisionist.<ref>[[Christopher Jones|Jones, Christopher]] (2019-08-25). [http://blog.christopherjonesart.com/the-big-news-yes-i-work-on-the-show The Big News – Yes, I work on the show]. ''blog.christopherjonesart.com''. Retrieved 2019-08-25.</ref>
 
On August 25, [[Christopher Jones]], the illustrator for the [[Young Justice (comic)|''Young Justice'' comics]], announced that he had been hired as Storyboard Revisionist.<ref>[[Christopher Jones|Jones, Christopher]] (2019-08-25). [http://blog.christopherjonesart.com/the-big-news-yes-i-work-on-the-show The Big News – Yes, I work on the show]. ''blog.christopherjonesart.com''. Retrieved 2019-08-25.</ref>
   
On September 5, [[Greg Weisman]] said on DC Daily that season four would have 26 episodes, and that there would also be another time jump.<ref name="celeb">[[Greg Weisman|Weisman, Greg]] (2019-09-05). [https://www.dcuniverse.com/videos/watch/young-justice-celebration-9-5-19/b3de5a5e-237a-4a09-9c14-75bba1a08068 DC Daily Episode 246] <sup>[dead link]</sup>. ''DC Daily''. Retrieved 2019-09-05. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P47k0KDlNII Archived] 2019-09-06.</ref>
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On September 5, [[Greg Weisman]] said on ''DC Daily'' that season four would have 26 episodes, and that there would also be another time jump.<ref name="celeb">[[Greg Weisman|Weisman, Greg]] (2019-09-05). [https://www.dcuniverse.com/videos/watch/young-justice-celebration-9-5-19/b3de5a5e-237a-4a09-9c14-75bba1a08068 DC Daily Episode 246] <sup>[dead link]</sup>. ''DC Daily''. Retrieved 2019-09-05. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P47k0KDlNII Archived] 2019-09-06.</ref>
   
 
By October 2019, voice recording was already underway<ref>{{tweet|YJWiki|YJWiki|1195060718279770112|2019-11-14}}</ref> and storyboarding commenced two months later.<ref>{{tweet|Kelly Kao|kellyykao|1201645314932740096|2019-12-02|2019-12-09}}</ref><ref>{{tweet|emily hu|emilyyyhu|1201645876675936256|2019-12-02|2019-12-09}}</ref>
 
By October 2019, voice recording was already underway<ref>{{tweet|YJWiki|YJWiki|1195060718279770112|2019-11-14}}</ref> and storyboarding commenced two months later.<ref>{{tweet|Kelly Kao|kellyykao|1201645314932740096|2019-12-02|2019-12-09}}</ref><ref>{{tweet|emily hu|emilyyyhu|1201645876675936256|2019-12-02|2019-12-09}}</ref>

Revision as of 14:00, January 23, 2020

Season four of Young Justice was announced on July 20, 2019 during the DC Universe panel at San Diego Comic-Con.[2][3]

As of the time of the announcement, the season was in production and the showrunners stated that it will focus on a smaller group of core characters. Later, Brandon Vietti revealed that they will be doubling down on the core season one characters that fans already know and love.[4]

On August 25, Christopher Jones, the illustrator for the Young Justice comics, announced that he had been hired as Storyboard Revisionist.[5]

On September 5, Greg Weisman said on DC Daily that season four would have 26 episodes, and that there would also be another time jump.[1]

By October 2019, voice recording was already underway[6] and storyboarding commenced two months later.[7][8]

Production crew

Producers

Artists

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Weisman, Greg (2019-09-05). DC Daily Episode 246 [dead link]. DC Daily. Retrieved 2019-09-05. Archived 2019-09-06.
  2. Weisman, Greg (2019-07-20). Young Justice panel (SDCC19) - Q&A w/ Greg Weisman & Brandon Vietti. YouTube. Retrieved 2019-07-25.
  3. Vietti, Brandon (2019-07-20). Tweet. Twitter. Retrieved 2019-07-20.
  4. Bergado, Gabe (2019-08-27). "Young Justice: Outsiders" Executive Producers on Making Aquaman Bisexual, Kid Flash's Surprising Comeback, and More. Teen Vogue. Retrieved 2019-08-28.
  5. Jones, Christopher (2019-08-25). The Big News – Yes, I work on the show. blog.christopherjonesart.com. Retrieved 2019-08-25.
  6. Young Justice Wiki (2019-11-14). Tweet. Twitter. Retrieved 2019-11-14.
  7. Kelly Kao (2019-12-02). Tweet. Twitter. Retrieved 2019-12-09.
  8. emily hu (2019-12-02). Tweet. Twitter. Retrieved 2019-12-09.
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