At WonderCon, DC revealed when Young Justice: Outsiders will resume and gave Swamp Thing a premiere date on DC Universe.
Impulse’s reunion with Superboy is cut short, as the soldiers of Gemworld give the reunited Young Justice team their first test.
DC’s Wonder Comics Naomi’s first run is going to end with issue six, but a season 2 is already in the plans of curator Brian Michael Bendis.
Nightwing offers his new team of superhero recruits a choice, before an old enemy resurfaces in the first look at Young Justice: Outsiders part 2.
Nightwing and the team try to break up a metahuman smuggling ring, while Halo faces a danger of her own back in Happy Harbor.
Gar faces a traumatic visit to a virtual world and his own past while Cyborg’s arrival sheds some light on Halo’s true nature.
Vic Stone’s life is changed forever, as Brion has an angry confrontation with Nightwing while Forager and Halo have their first day of high school.
Batman leads a team to search for Tara, as the Harpers gain a family member, and Vic Stone’s family drama is about to explode.
A stalker plots his ultimate revenge on the Justice League, as the new team desperately faces Lobo for the life of their friend.
Dick, Tim and Kaldur run separate operations against a new enemy, but their collective efforts bring about a crisis of conscience.
Vandal Savage faces off against an old foe while a trip to the beach provides an ample learning opportunity for Dick’s new team.
Brion, Halo, and Forager head to to Infinity Island and face the League of Shadows as the search for Tara begins to heat up.
Dick and Connor help Brion and Halo hone their powers while M’gann faces a familiar foe and makes a new friend on New Genesis.
It’s a Harper family reunion of sorts in Star City, while Will confronts Dick about the fate of the meta-humans he rescued.
Prince Brion confronts his family’s ties to Bedlam’s meta-human trafficking ring as Dick and his team face Count Vertigo.
Dick leads a team into Markovia in search of answers, but the mystery surrounding Bedlam’s meta-human trafficking only deepens.
Two years after the events of Young Justice: Invasion, a meta-human trafficking ring splits the Justice League and unleashes a tragedy.
The third season will debut exclusively on DC Universe
The Young Justice team is going interstellar, as metahuman teenagers are used as weapons of mass destruction across the galaxy.
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