Favorite DC young hero cartoon: 'Young Justice' or 'Teen Titans Go!'? | The Tylt
Favorite DC young hero cartoon: 'Young Justice' or 'Teen Titans Go!'?
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 94 percent and an audience score of 88 percent on Rotten Tomatoes (at the time of publication). "Young Justice: Outsiders" finally premiered in early 2019 after years of fan campaigning for the series to return. "Young Justice" was canceled after two seasons in 2013, followed by the renewal in 2016 and the season three premiere in 2019. The third season brings an even more series tone than the already mature nature of the previous two seasons, and fans aren't disappointed. JK Schmidt wrote for Comicbook.com upon the return season three's second half:
Fans of the series shouldn't worry because Young Justice: Outsiders quickly builds off of the strong first half, beginning to unravel the mystery and put the Team on a collision course with the villains. After another absence, this time much shorter, it's great to have the Team back.
From Warner Bros. Animation, these teen titans are on the go! Right after they make a sandwich or play some video games. Wait, theres laundry to do? (Not it!) After that, theyll definitely go fight some crime. Maybe.
While many fans miss the "Teen Titans" cartoon from the aughts, "Teen Titans Go" is praised for its even more campy and goofball nature. The series has been nodded at the Annie Awards as well as the Primetime Emmy Awards three consecutive years in 2017, 2018 and 2019 for Outstanding Short Form Animated Program. Teen Titans even went to the silver screen in "Teen Titans Go! To the Movies" in 2018. The feature animated film holds a fresh rating of 91 percent and an audience score of 71 percent on Rotten Tomatoes (at the time of publication). It's safe to say "Teen Titans Go!" has carried the legacy of the original cartoon into the '10s.