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Hello Young Justice fans! 

While I can’t tell you what this is about yet, I can tell you some heavy hitters of the Young Justice creative team will see your answers.

Do your best answer all of these questions as truthfully/honestly as possible. It is very important that we gather accurate data, and your answers will not hurt anybody’s feelings. In fact, the more brutally honest you are, the better.

Please spread this survey far & wide. Certainly, reblog, retweet, and share it! Also, personally ask each of your friends in the Young Justice fandom to come here and fill it out. The success of this kind of thing hinges on collecting as much data as possible, and a personal endorsement goes a long way to help with that goal! :)


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Are you idiots?

It has come to my attention that apparently, some people are planning on boycotting the Young Justice Blue Ray in order to “send a message to Cartoon Network that they will settle for nothing less than a third season.”  

This is apparently a thing.  

ARE YOU MORONS?  Do I have to spell this out to you?  This is LITERALLY going to send THE EXACT OPPOSITE MESSAGE.  

Okay…Maybe I’ve been part of the Gargoyles fandom for too long…We have understood this for a long time, so to you Young Justice fans, here’s how it works.  Cartoon Network is a BUSINESS.  A BUSINESS’S job is to make MONEY.  If you GIVE them your MONEY, they will say “hey, this thing made money, let’s make more of it so it will make more money”  

If you boycott their product, they will say “Hey, this thing made no money.  Clearly there is no market for it, let’ NEVER MAKE ANYTHING LIKE IT AGAIN”  Am I clear now?  



May 18, 2016 - BBC Worldwide North America and Titan Comics are excited to announce the return of the Third Doctor this August, in comics! This brand-new five-part comic series, written by fan-favorite Doctor Who scribe Paul Cornell (Wolverine, Action Comics, The Severed Streets), stars the Third Doctor, as played by Jon Pertwee, alongside companions Jo Grant (Katy Manning) and the Brigadier (Nicholas Courtney) in classic Doctor Who action.

Hitting stores and digital platforms on August 31st, Doctor Who: The Third Doctor expands Titan Comics’ hugely popular and critically acclaimed Doctor Who comics, which already include adventures from the Fourth, Eighth, Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors.

Fresh off last year’s epic smash-hit, Four Doctors, Paul Cornell teams up with artist Christopher Jones (Young Justice, Marvel’s Avengers) to bring unexpected twists and turns to the lives of the Third Doctor and his companions in an all-new story, “The Heralds Of Destruction.”

Actor Jon Pertwee starred as the Third Doctor in 128 episodes from 1970 to 1974. Pertwee’s portrayal of the Doctor was a suave, dapper, and technologically oriented man of action, who spent his time stranded on Earth, working with the international military group UNIT.

When something enormous and extraterrestrial crashes into Bedfordshire, the Doctor, Jo Grant, and the forces of UNIT under Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart mobilize immediately to investigate – and find themselves in the middle of a pitched battle against a terrifying invader! But the shocking face that awaits their return to base may tip their whole world off its axis.

The debut issue comes with five variant covers to collect: three art covers by artists Josh Burns, Simon Myers, and Paul McCaffrey, a photo cover, and a blank sketch cover.

Retailers can order issue #1 of Doctor Who: The Third Doctor from the June edition of Diamond PREVIEWS. This all-new storyline in the world of an old classic will delight longtime fans and freshly converted Whovians alike. Fans can find their nearest comic store at

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