There have been a lot of comparisons between Ultimate Spider-Man and Young Justice in the last few weeks, and while both series feature teenage superheroes training for the big leagues, lumping them together isn’t fair to either show. They’re completely different beasts, starting at the very foundation: the companies that produce them. Marvel’s characters and stories tend to be more down-to-Earth and personal, whereas DC has god-like heroes and frequent multiversal crises.
A Conan O'Brien-inspired superhero created by the talk show host and legendary Warner Bros. animator Bruce Timm has made his first appearance with the Justice League. O'Brien and Timm (Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League Unl... Read Post
The NYC premiere of 'Justice League: War' reveals a Marvel-style end credits teaser for a new DC superhero animated feature. Find out what it is! The post ‘Justice League: War’ End Credits Scene Teases New DC Superhero Animated Feat... Read Post
It's not easy being a superhero sidekick. They get no respect, what with overbearing mentors who never think they're ready for the big time. But in the new Cartoon Network series Young Justice, when a new generation of crime fighter... Read Post