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Young Justice: Season Two [Part 1]

Series Overview: it’s now five years later! ALIENS have infiltrated the Earth! NIGHTWING’s new team includes BATGIRL, BLUE BEETLE, WONDER GIRL and BEAST BOY!

Producers:
Greg Weisman Developer / Executive producer / Writer
Brandon Vietti Executive producer / Writer

Voice Talent:
Cameron Bowen as Robin
Logan Grove as Beast Boy
Eric Lopez as Blue Beetle
Yuri Lowenthal as Lagoon Boy
Jesse McCartney as Nightwing
Danica McKellar as Miss Martian
Masasa Moyo as Bumblebee
Nolan North as Superboy, Superman
Kevin Michael Richardson as Mal Duncan
Alyson Stoner as Batgirl
Mae Whitman as Wonder Girl

with
Lacey Chabert as Zatanna
Tim Curry as G. Gordon Godfrey
Bruce Greenwood as Batman
Michael Trucco as Adam Strange
Michael T. Weiss as Captain Atom
Stephanie Lemelin as Artemis
Crispin Freeman as Red Arrow
Jason Spisak as Kid Flash
Khary Payton as Aqualad

Special thanks to incendiary and bentfire for screen caps


 27: Happy New Year


Originally Aired: April 28, 2012

Written by Greg Weisman
Directed by Tim Divar

Synopsis: The Team takes on the intergalactic bounty hunter Lobo… as a precursor to an alien invasion!

Episode Notes:

  • This episode takes place 5 years after the events of the season one finale, “Auld Acquaintance.”
  • In the interim, Dick Grayson has become Nightwing and Tim Drake has assumed the mantle of Robin.
  • New members include Lagoon Boy, Beast Boy, Wonder Girl, Blue Beetle,  Robin, Batgirl and Bumblebee.
  • Series debut appearances of Wonder Girl, Blue Beetle, Robin (Tim Drake)
  • Kid Flash, Artemis and Aqualad have left the team.

Guest Appearances:
Tim Curry as G. Gordon Godfrey
Cameron Bowen as Robin
Logan Grove as Beast Boy
Stephanie Lemelin as Catherine Cobert
Eric Lopez as Blue Beetle
Yuri Lowenthal as Lagoon Boy
Masasa Moyo as Bumblebee, Cat Grant
Nolan North as Superboy, Clayface
Yuji Okumoto as Tseng
Kevin Michael Richardson as Mal Duncan, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter
David Sobolov as Lobo
Alyson Stoner as Batgirl
Michael Trucco as Adam Strange
Michael T. Weiss as Captain Atom
Mae Whitman as Wonder Girl

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 28: Earthlings


Originally Aired: May 5th, 2012

Written by Nicole Dubuc
Directed by Doug Murphy

Synopsis: Miss Martian, Superboy, Beast Boy and Adam Strange arrive on the distant planet Rann to stop the alien infiltration of Earth at its source…

Episode Notes:

  • Notable comic book character appearances include Adam Strange, Sardath and Alanna

Guest Appearances:
Jacqueline Obradors Alanna
Morgan Shepard Sardath
Michael Trucco Adam Strange

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 29: Alienated


Originally Aired: May 12th, 2012

Written by Kevin Hopps
Directed by Mel Zwyer

Synopsis: The Team and the Justice League continue to hunt the Kroloteans that have invaded earth – but the aliens have help from an extremely unexpected source…

Episode Notes:

  • Notable comic book character appearances include Vandal Savage, Bibbo Bibbowski and Black Manta.
  • Aqualad is revealed as Black Manta’s partner in crime.
  • Aqualad reveals that he blames Tula’s death on his Young Justice teammates.

Guest Appearances:
Tim Curry as G. Gordon Godfrey
Miguel Ferrer as Vandal Savage, Bibbo Bibbowski
Bruce Greenwood as Batman, Eduardo Dorado Sr.
Kevin Grevioux as Partner
Phil LaMarr as Aquaman
Stephanie Lemelin as Catherine Cobert
Khary Payton as Aqualad, Black Manta
Maggie Q as Wonder Woman
Kevin Michael Richardson as Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter
Michael Trucco as Adam Strange
Michael T. Weiss as Captain Atom

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 30: Salvage


Originally Aired: May 19th, 2012

Written by Greg Weisman
Directed by Tim Divar

Synopsis: While Superboy and Blue Beetle battle Intergang, Nightwing and company try to salvage the soul of a former comrade fallen from grace.

Episode Notes:

  • Notable comic book character appearances include Cheshire and Lian Nguyen-Harper.
  • This episode reveals that Wally West and Artemis Crock have settled down as a couple and are semi-retired from super-heroics.
  • This episode reveals that Roy Harper and Cheshire (Jade Nguyen) were married; Jade reveals their daughter, Lian, to Roy for the first time.

Guest Appearances:
Dee Bradley Baker as Wolf, Jeremiah
Nick Chinlund as Sportsmaster
Crispin Freeman as Red Arrow, Jim Harper
Grey Delisle as Whisper A’Daire
Kevin Grevioux as Partner
Kelly Hu as Cheshire
Kevin Michael Richardson as Bruno Mannheim, Mal Duncan
Michael Trucco as Adam Strange
Alan Tudyk as Green Arrow
Lian Nguyen-Harper (non-speaking appearance)

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 31: Beneath


Originally Aired: May 26th, 2012

Written by Brandon Vietti
Directed by Doug Murphy

Synopsis: Jaime Reyes searches for a missing friend, while Miss Martian, Batgirl, Bumblebee and Wondergirl return to Bialya to discover what lies beneath.

Episode Notes:

  • Notable comic book character appearances include Psimon, Mammoth, Shimmer, Icicle Jr.,  Devastation and “Apache Chief.”
  • Tye Longshadow resembles Apache Chief, the size-changing Native American super-hero from the Super Friends.
  • The five-villain team-up is similar to the Fearsome Five from the comic book series; Psimon, Mammoth, and Shimmer are long-time members of the nefarious team.

Guest Appearances:
Irene Bedard as Shelly Longshadow
Robert Beltran as Maurice Bodaway
Diane Delano as Devastation
Michael Horse as Holling Longshadow
Yuri Lowenthal as Icicle Jr.
Gregg Rainwater as Tye Longshadow
Marina Sirtis as Queen Bee
Alan Tudyk as Psimon
Mammoth (non-speaking appearance)
Shimmer (non-speaking appearance)

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 32: Bloodlines


Originally Aired: June 2nd, 2012

Written by Peter David
Directed by Mel Zwyer

Synopsis: On Halloween, Artemis and Zatanna go to Manhattan for a night on the town, only to be hunted by Harm, a psycho in training who is hiding a deadly secret….

Episode Notes:

  • Notable comic book character appearances include Impulse, Flash, Jay Garrick,  Iris West-Allen and Neutron.
  • This episode is written by Peter David, longtime writer of the Young Justice comic book series.
  • This episode loosely adapts Impulse’s origin story.

Guest Appearances:
Nicole Dubuc as Iris West-Allen
George Eads as Barry Allen/Flash
Kelly Hu as Cheshire, Lian Nguyen-Harper
Stephanie Lemelin as Computer
Jason Marsden as Bart Allen/Impulse
Geoff Pierson as Jay Garrick/Flash
Jason Spisak Kid Flash
James Arnold Taylor as Nathaniel Tryon/Neutron
Mal Duncan (non-speaking appearance)
Joan Garrick (non-speaking appearance)
Speedy (non-speaking appearance)

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 33: Depths


Originally Aired: June 9th, 2012

Story by Kevin Hopps
Teleplay by Paul Giacoppo
Directed by Tim Divar

Synopsis: Artemis rejoins the team to defend a critical satellite launch — but will her first mission back also be her last?

Episode Notes:

  • Notable comic book character appearances include Black Manta, Carol Ferris, Thomas Kalmaku and Jimmy Olsen.
  • This episode reveals that Aqualad’s partnership is actually a deep undercover mission sanctioned by Nightwing.

Guest Appearances:
Tim Curry as G. Gordon Godfrey
Khary Payton as Aqualad, Black Manta
Kevin Michael Richardson as Mal Duncan, Martian Manhunter, Thomas Kalmaku
Kari Wahlgren as Carol Ferris
Jimmy Olsen (non-speaking appearance)

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 34: Satisfaction


Originally Aired: September 29, 2012

Written by Greg Weisman
Directed by Doug Murphy

Synopsis: Roy Harper seeks vengeance against the man who ruined his life.

Episode Notes:

  • Lex Luthor’s henchman, Otis, is based on a character that originated in the original 1978 Superman movie starring Christopher Reeve.
  • Jason Todd (Robin) appears as a memorial hologram, next to Tula and Blue Beetle (Ted Kord).
  • Lex Luthor gives the real Roy Harper a bionic arm; a similar storyline played out in 2010’s comic book, “Justice League: The Rise Of Arsenal.”
  • The original Roy Harper (Speedy) becomes Arsenal.

Guest Appearances:
Crispin Freeman as Speedy, Red Arrow
Raquel Ervin as Kittie
Masasa Moyo as Wendy Harris
Kevin Michael Richardson as Otis
Mark Rolston as Lex Luthor
Alan Tudyk as Green Arrow, Captain Cold

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 35: Darkest


Originally Aired: October 6, 2012

Written by Jon Weisman
Directed by Mel Zwyer

Synopsis: Black Manta has a new mission for his son: a mission that should prove once and for all exactly whose side Aqualad is on!

Episode Notes:

  • Artemis infiltrates The Light as Tigress.
  • Mount Justice headquarters is destroyed.

Guest Appearances:
Oded Fehr as Ras Al Ghul
Yuri Lowenthal as Tommy Terror, Icicle Jr.
Jason Marsden as Impulse
Danica McKellar as Tuppence Terror
Kevin Michael Richardson as Mal Duncan
Eduardo Dorado Jr. (non-speaking appearance)
Tye Longshadow (non-speaking appearance)
Virgil Hawkins (non-speaking appearance)

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 36: Before The Dawn


Originally Aired: January 5, 2013

Written by Kevin Hopps
Directed by Tim Divar

Synopsis: On a covert mission to rescue some of its own, The Team, Blue Beetle and Miss Martian uncover shocking secrets… and devastating truths!

Episode Notes:

  • Jaime relates his origin as the Blue Beetle.
  • Miss Martian learns Artemis’ death was staged and Aqualad has infiltrated The Light, but shatters Kaulder’s mind in the process.
  • It is revealed that the catastrophe from Impulse’s timeline is brought upon by Blue Beetle and the Reach.

Guest Appearances:
Tim Curry as G. Gordon Godfrey
Kevin Grevioux as Black Beetle
Phil LaMarr as Ambassador, Aquaman
Jason Marsden as Impulse
Masasa Moyo as Cat Grant
Eduardo Dorado Jr. (non-speaking appearance)
Tye Longshadow (non-speaking appearance)
Virgil Hawkins (non-speaking appearance)

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Visit the Young Justice Animated Series Guide for more information.


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