Fans have been waiting a long time for the third season of Young Justice, titled Young Justice: Outsiders, and we've finally been given a good look at some of the intense, emotional and villain-filled action that will go down when the show hits our screens.
Um...WOW. I don't know about you, but I'm going to have to say that I believe the loooong wait for Young Justice: Outsiders was actually worth it based on the five minutes of footage we get in this trailer. There's so much crossing and double crossing going on, along with a lot of emotional twists and general intrigue. Not to mention the ridiculous number of villains the team, which features fan favorite heroes and new characters, will have to face as they take on this daring new adventure. It really looks like the upcoming season will delight fans who've been looking forward to the show's return for years.
According to the official synopsis of Season 3, Young Justice: Outsiders will deal with some pretty heady stuff. The backdrop for the season is described as being one that will touch on "all corners of the DC universe," and that certainly seems to be the case considering the sheer number of bad guys discussed and shown in the trailer. The team will be tasked with stopping a metahuman trafficking ring, as well as dealing with the "intergalactic arms race for control of these super--powered youths." If all that drama (with aliens!) doesn't get you interested in Season 3, you can also count on new heroes Arrowette, Spoiler, and Thirteen joining in the fight, and it sounds like at least one of them will be a meta who's still getting used to their powers.
So, if you were hoping to spend the fall immersed in some jam-packed animated entertainment, it sounds like Young Justice: Outsiders will have you covered. Of course, if you want to get in on the fun, you'll need a subscription to DC Universe. Luckily we've known for a few weeks now just how much that will run you. An annual membership will cost DC fanatics $74.99, while those looking to decide on a month to month basis will pay $7.99 a month.