Which DC Universe show do you enjoy more: 'Titans' or 'Young Justice'? | The Tylt
"Young Justice" and "Teen Titans" are different, but both bring DC Comic's youngest heroes to the small screen. Streaming service DC Universe's "Titans" successfully took on a darker and grittier live-action approach to young outcasts who become heroes led by the Boy Wonder. "Young Justice" focuses on DC's young sidekicks. The cartoon always had serious storytelling, so fans successfully campaigned for the season three rival on DC Universe. Which show do you enjoy more?
Which DC Universe show do you enjoy more: 'Titans' or 'Young Justice'?
Below is the synopsis of season three of "Young Justice" per Rotten Tomatoes.
Continues the story with our heroes still dealing with the events of season 2 while facing the new threat of metahuman teen trafficking and the intergalactic arms race for control of these super-powered youths.
The third season holds a fresh rating of 93 percent and an audience score of 88 percent on Rotten Tomatoes (at the time of publication). "Young Justice: Outsiders" was a long time in the making. "Young Justice" was canceled in 2013, but after years of fans campaigning for a revival, the series was renewed in 2016 and season three premiered in January 2019. Charles Pulliam-Moore wrote for io9:
Young Justice: Outsiders does a solid job of providing a good way of getting into the rhythm of the show's larger world and figuring out what's what, and for those who've been waiting for the series' return, you definitely won't be disappointed.
Below is the synopsis of "Titans," per IMDb.
A team of young superheroes led by Nightwing (formerly Batman's first Robin) form to combat evil and other perils.
"Titans" holds a fresh rating of 80 percent and an audience score of 79 percent on Rotten Tomatoes (at the time of publication). While the animated series "Teen Titans" straggled the line of serious and humor, the "Teen Titans Go!" cartoon was all silliness. Fans are now loving the darker and grittier version of live action "Titans" on the DC Universe streaming service. Dominic Patten wrote for Deadline about the show's first season:
Not to give anything specific away, but the sometimes overly gritty Titans evolves into being witty and heartfelt, with the stragglers evolving into a family of sorts.