As for what will happen in the fourth season of Young Justice, that remains a mystery. However, an original script was performed by the cast during the FanDome panel, set between Seasons 3 and 4, which gave some hints about what's to come.
In the script, Connor Kent (Nolan North) and Megan Morse (Danica McKellar) bid farewell to their friends as they head off for a new adventure on their own, signaling the end of their time on the Team. What's more, Arsenal (Crispin Freeman) joins the Team once again, after an invitation from Artemis Clock (Stephanie Lemelin).[/quote[
I'm hoping we get more of the JSA. They've got Stargirl and an animated movie coming out, why not some more love on Young Justice ?Well, with the season subtitle, I do expect a high count on supernatural characters. Wouldn't mind seeing some JSA villains. As essentially that was Savage's main draw in the first place, then came the JL with more powerful team members.
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I'm hoping we get more of the JSA. They've got Stargirl and an animated movie coming out, why not some more love on Young Justice ?
(I still don't like what they did with Courtney).
I think of anyone the Batman Inc. kids deserve to finally get some character focus, along with Traci 13...It'd be great to see more of the JSA if that connects to established story threads fairly organically. I'm hoping that any new characters in season 4 will not be characters that have already received a lot of attention in other recent adaptations (so I'd rather not see someone like Starfire or Raven), but I'd be fine with seeing JSA characters if there's a good reason for involving them. Overall though, I'd really just like to see more of the Team (both current members and former members) and the Outsiders. But who knows what lies in store!
They made her like an interviewer with a vlog which just felt kind of random. It was really just a way of working in someone from DC Daily.
Oh yeah, I mean, on its own the role was fine. You just could've made that a gender-flipped Air Wave and it would've made more sense than calling her Courtney Whitmore .It was an out of left field way to introduce the character, for sure, but I liked it. Especially since the scene where she interviewed Garfield was fun. I’m going to play devil’s advocate on this occasion!
I also wonder if the coloring on the logo is a deliberate Spectre nod.I'm also interested in what the figurative meaning the title will be. Like more secrets revealed, more skeletons in the closet will see the light of day, more subterfuge?