"Young Justice" News & Discussion Thread, Part 34 (Spoilers)

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Seems like a reasonable guess. Greg and Brandon even follow her on Twitter, and I'm pretty sure that's how I guessed Zeno Robinson was in season 3 years ago.
And a quick skim shows she has retweeted some of Weisman's production update tweets.

Bowes is of Native American, French Polynesian, Cuban and Middle Eastern/Asia Minor descent. 3 guesses came to mind immediately. If LoSH is going to play a role, there's Dawnstar. Seond, Owlwoman who has a connection to Queen Bee in the comics being brainwashed into staging a coup, was on the Global Guardians team - the same team that a member of that Celia Windward was one of the meta-teens at Taos in Outsiders, and Fire and Ice who are Leaguers as of Outsiders. Or maybe could even be Queen Bee's sister Beatriz.
 

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2010-2021 seems more like a series wrap up.


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From what I've seen, it's a shirt they update each season by the end year of some point in production and new locations from that season. The shirt during Outsiders production ended in 2020, as seen on Jon Weisman's recent tweet.

EDIT: YJ Fanvids managed to list all the locations from the shirt. M.O.D.O.K. spotted all the new ones. In addition, maybe there might be a visit to Mars/Ma'aleca'andra, too. I know some of us speculated the Fandome audio play implied Connor and M'gann were moving there. But Xebel is the outright new location that I think has never come up on YJ.

Perhaps, Armagedda is an old location. Where Darkseid's palace is and what we've seen since Endgame scene where Vandal meets with him.
 
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I think it was mentioned somewhere that Greg likes to bring back writers from every show he's worked on. In this case, I wouldn't be surprised if Brian is writing on season 4 since he (Brian) co-created Transformers Rescue Bots, which Greg worked on.
 

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I think it was mentioned somewhere that Greg likes to bring back writers from every show he's worked on. In this case, I wouldn't be surprised if Brian is writing on season 4 since he (Brian) co-created Transformers Rescue Bots, which Greg worked on.
Not just writers, but pretty much people he's worked with. VA's, sometimes directors, and of course writers.

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Not just writers, but pretty much people he's worked with. VA's, sometimes directors, and of course writers.

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I do know that he brings in many people he's worked with, writers, actors, and all that. However, I specifically mentioned writers given some of the guest writers that wrote for the show, are confirmed to write for the show, or were considered to write for the show are a bit unexpected. For example, Francisco Paredes wrote an episode during season 3, with this series being the only non-preschool show that he worked on. He's mainly known for preschool shows like Shimmer And Shine and Muppet Babies, the former of which Greg did work on. Similarly, those like Dustin Ferrer and Stephanie Simpson (who also worked on Shimmer And Shine) have been considered to write for the show as mentioned a few pages ago. The former is once again mainly associated with preschool shows, and while the latter is co-showrunner for a non-preschool show (Hilda), she's mainly known for preschool shows. I'm just a bit surprised that he considered bringing in Shimmer And Shine writers to work on a script or two.
 

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Well, he's been in the industry for 30 + years. I figure it as giving some of the new blood a shot. As I imagine some of the older cats are very well experienced, but they also may be priced moreso than the up-n-comers. Unless you get guys like Paul Dini who volunteer their time and talents.

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I still think there will only be 2, 3, maybe 4 episodes released per week. I doubt they will post all 26 episodes at once and be done with it.
 

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I still think there will only be 2, 3, maybe 4 episodes released per week. I doubt they will post all 26 episodes at once and be done with it.
I'm hoping 2 or 3. 4 is a little bit too many personally (maybe if they drop 4 from the start of the season). I just don't want them to go through them quickly. I doubt Greg will allow 4 at once as to avoid spoilers for people.

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