Young Justice Outsiders Trailer: Batman Goes Skydiving In The DC Universe Series
Back together again, singing the same old story
Batman joins this season of Young Justice, coming to the streaming service DC Universe at the start of 2019, and apparently, he's going skydiving. However, this is for a mission and not for fun. Batman doesn't like fun. The first trailer for Young Justice Outsiders was recently released, and the video has a few surprises.
The second season of Young Justice aired back in March 2013, but Season 3 will still be dealing with the fallout and events of that season, from metahuman trafficking to intergalactic threats to figuring out how to be a hero in the DC Universe without being one of the big superhero names. The trailer for Season 3, which you can see above, doesn't give too much away; however, we do get to see Metamorpho, Batman, and Katana in the video, and Kid Flash is running a mission on a distant planet.
Young Justice: Outsiders comes to the DC Universe streaming service on Friday, January 4. Then, every Friday until January 18, a new episode will be released. On January 25, DC Universe will celebrate the mid-season finale by debuting four new episodes. The second half of this season will hit the service in June 2019.
DC Universe is doubling-down on all its Young Justice content. Aside from the first two seasons being exclusive to the streaming service, DC Universe will release enhanced episodes from Season 1 and 2 starting on December 4, on every Tuesday, through December 25. Every episode from the original series will feature commentary, interviews, and extra information. Additionally, there will be a "Making of" docuseries for Young Justice: Outsiders following voice actor Whitney Moore during the production process. This series starts on Tuesday, January 8.
The DC Universe streaming service has come a long way since its launch back in September. It contains movies, TV series, and comic books featuring the company's characters, but the real selling point is and will be the original series. Titans is well underway, releasing weekly, and while the first episode had a bit of a learning curve, it's quickly become a fantastic comic book TV series with a high production value. In addition, you can rewatch Batman: The Animated Series completely remastered in HD. It's taken a few months, but DC Universe is quickly becoming a must-have streaming service for DC fans.
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