It's Cassandra

When I'm not busy researching cancer by day or fighting crime by night, you can find me blogging about DC Comics, usually Young Justice and the Batfam. My main OTPs are Spitfire, Longshot, Cheshiroy, JasCas, Museumheist, and RobRae. but I'm mostly a lover, not a fighter (unless it's against crime). And then there's the writing, the graphic editing, and the beating-Steph-at-roof-top-tag-ing. You know, normal superheroine stuff. So feel free to stick around, check out the tags and some of my creations, and remember: I don't kill, but I don't lose either.
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Links to Watch/DL Complications

yjfanvids:

Okay so here are the links yada yada, please be patient, and enjoy.

Also I am sorry for the missing few minutes, livestream was being unbearably slow today, so it took a while to get started.

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    Links to Watch/ DL True Colors

    yjfanvids:

    yjfanvids:

    Woo alright! That was an incredible ep, and I’m starting to look for links, but for those that can’t wait, I’ve put up my own versions up so you guys can watch and download!

    So enjoy and be patient as I get links up!

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    Sorry for the delay guys, but here are the logo-free DL links!

    Thank you!

      Links to watch/DL Satisfaction!

      yjfanvids:

      Alright, so I decided to upload the ep I recorded up for download, so you guys can download it now too, since the LS is full :P

      My videos include the TV ads, but you can always fast forward through them :D

      Read More

        youngjusticeproblems:

avicennas:


“Batman to all points. I could use some air support. Since I can’t fly. At all.”

Episode 1: “Initiation”
Episode 2: “For the Man Who Has Everything”
Episode 3: “Kid’s Stuff”
Episode 4: “Hawk and Dove”
Episode 5: “This Little Piggy”
Episode 6: “Fearful Symmetry”
Episode 7: “The Greatest Story Never Told”
Episode 8: “The Return”
Episode 9: “Ultimatum”
Episode 10: “Dark Heart”
Episode 11: “Wake the Dead”
Episode 12: “The Once and Future Thing, Part 1: Weird Western Tales”
Episode 13: “The Once and Future Thing, Part 2: Time, Warped”
Episode 14: “The Cat and the Canary”
Episode 15: “The Ties That Bind”
Episode 16: “The Doomsday Sanction”
Episode 17: “Task Force X”
Episode 18: “The Balance”
Episode 19: “Double Date”
Episode 20: “Clash”
Episode 21: “Hunter’s Moon”
Episode 22: “Question Authority”
Episode 23: “Flashpoint”
Episode 24: “Panic in the Sky”
Episode 25: “Divided We Fall”
Episode 26: “Epilogue” 
Episode 27: “I am Legion”
Episode 28: “Shadow of the Hawk”
Episode 29: “Chaos at the Earth’s Core”
Episode 30: “To Another Shore”
Episode 31: “Flash and Substance” 
Episode 32: “Dead Reckoning”
Episode 33: “Patriot Act”
Episode 34: “The Great Brain Robbery”
Episode 35: “Grudge Match”
Episode 36: “Far From Home”
Episode 37: “Ancient History”
Episode 38: “Alive!”
Episode 39: “Destroyer”
[A masterpost for “Justice League” will be available soon! Also, feel free to message me in case there are any broken links.]

Guess what I’m doing today…..

Kid’s Stuff = my ultimate favorite!

        youngjusticeproblems:

        avicennas:

        “Batman to all points. I could use some air support. Since I can’t fly. At all.”

        [A masterpost for “Justice League” will be available soon! Also, feel free to message me in case there are any broken links.]

        Guess what I’m doing today…..

        Kid’s Stuff = my ultimate favorite!

          Young Justice 02x06 Bloodlines DDL

          (Source: darkrescues)

            YJI Episode 5 Beneath HD logofree DL

            yjfanvids:

            oozewyoo:

            I really loved this episode. Hilarious. You go girls! I also loved the side plot of Blue. Really adore Blue. New favorite character. Bye bye wally! Naaah.. I just keed! xD I could never stop loving Wally.. Liking wally… liking.. Oh what the heck, loving him. He’s to awesome to not be loved.

            Anyway. Here’s the episode in HD and logofree..
            YJI | episode 5: Beneath HD logofree DOWNLOAD

            Thinking about starting to upload the animated Avengers cartoon too. After getting a request about it. I’m gonna think about it and see if I can find some download links. If anyone have Flash vol 2 issue 00 I would love to get it sent to me. Or if you just have a torrent link or whatever. Would love you guys forever!

            Thanks for all the follows~! They make me happy. :’3

            Thank you for this. I should probably update the ep downloads post I have, but here you go guys.

              Young Justice 02x04 Salvage DDL

              (Source: darkrescues)

                Young Justice ep 26 HD logofree download

                yjfanvids:

                oozewyoo:

                This is just an amazing episode! I really just want to give Roy a hug.. he really needs a hug.. Please hug Roy.. :’(

                *cough* Yeah that’s was really manly of me. xD *cough* Anyway, hope you guys enjoy, I got a lot of things to do at work this week, but I will try my best to get all the YJ epsiode up for download asap!

                http://www.fileswap.com/dl/j1Cw3hWRW6/YJ_ep_26_Auld_Acquaintance_HD_logofree.wmv.html

                Here you go guys! And be sure to also thank Zewy for this too!

                And yes! Roy needs hugs…both of them do! D:

                Thanks Zewy! <3333

                  I FUCKING LOVE YOU CASSANON

                  dratsing:

                  I’M DELERIOUS AND CARSICK AND SOMEONE ON /CO/ HAS POSTED A THREE PART RECOMMENDED CASSANDRA CAIN COMICS LIST WHAT GLORIOUS ILLITERATE HEAVEN IS THIS

                  WILL ACTUALLY CHECK THE LINKS TOMORROW (here’s hoping none of them are duds!)


                  The Mark of Cain:

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/4d2dnq
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/gekc12

                  Her first appearance as Batgirl:

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ju7hc9


                  Batman Chronicles #18

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ygla25

                  Young Justice #21

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/okw0fh

                  Batman #569

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ps1smt

                  Superboy #85

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/dqo0tt

                  Azrael #56-57, and 60-61

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/71gzkt
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/hx132j
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/siwesi
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/io9xet

                  break

                  Batman and Allies: Secret Files and Origins

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/7gpjgi

                  Batgirl and Joker:


                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/czqr8x

                  Gotham Knights #2:

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/0cij3u
                  Detective Comics #790:

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/dws4nn

                  Batgirl #1-12:

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/xo3t6p
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/a387ru
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/lzwaxg
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/kw47h1
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/9p9d5r
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/1s5ub2
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/acv8ad
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/tl2fmq
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/mwdhtk
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/8tz8xu
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/qpdlaf
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ebhzah

                  break

                  Batgirl #13-25:


                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/itz81i
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/u2fw9y
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/bagxto
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/yjgo5x
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/1y1jeu
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/qmdfk5
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/o5ytry
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ityphh
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/45rajn
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/yabpkf
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/a0se52
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/9kyx3f
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/6hiio5

                  Batgirl #25-32:


                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/4iupt7
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/wgbucv
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/2oqotf
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/t7w570
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/14xzu5
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ioe34y
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/1q43b7
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/o4l5i5


                  Batgirl #33-45:


                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/t7we66
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/bl0voo
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ka9189
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ka9189
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/5mh5l2
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ptexmz
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/c6wzat
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/wb4mwi
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/17j1yh
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/1ut8p5
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/15o5s1
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/vuxiky
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/160wjn

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/5akf29

                  break

                  Batgirl 46-58:

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/j8fbkj
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/fa54ag
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/c626on
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/adpda9
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/uiu25j
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/4eiagt
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/jlufgv
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ljrdg6
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/qha6la
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/55jqxe
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/0sj9sp
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/t11d67
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/yihgln


                  Batgirl #59-73:

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/8gayc3
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/jasd0c
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/50xdg5
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/g9yl8c
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/nggfii
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ahpa5r
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/4frmih
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/pe8chf
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/8oexzd
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/zdk5is
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/djztkv
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/ae0sr9
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/j549hf
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/l9v7q2
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/xd2hfu
                  Batgirl Secret Files and Origins, Annual #1, and the Gates of Gotham #1-5:

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/muc9cx

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/vs1nuu

                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/45blb8
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/5b4nyi
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/m73y1c
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/xdx0cz
                  http://www.sendspace.com/file/nxifa2

                  OH SWEET LORD IT’S THE MOTHERLOAD

                    khatscomics:

Batman: Return of Jason Todd Masterpost requested by Lys
Have you watched Batman: Under the Red Hood and wanted to read the story in the comics? Well, here you go! 
Download from Mediafire:

Batman #635 | Batman #636 | Batman #637 | Batman #638 | Batman #639 | Batman #640 | Batman #641 | Batman #645 | Batman #646 | Batman #647 | Batman #648 | Batman #649 | Batman #650 | Batman Annual #25

Download from RapidShare:

Batman #635 | Batman #636 | Batman #637 | Batman #638 | Batman #639 | Batman #640 | Batman #641 | Batman #645 | Batman #646 | Batman #647 | Batman #648 | Batman #649 | Batman #650 | Batman Annual #25

If links don’t work, shoot me an ask. All files will need a comic book reader of some kind like Comical or FFview.
P.S. If you have any sort of attachment to any of the characters, you’ll be shedding some motherfucking tears.

                    khatscomics:

                    Batman: Return of Jason Todd Masterpost requested by Lys

                    Have you watched Batman: Under the Red Hood and wanted to read the story in the comics? Well, here you go! 

                    Download from Mediafire:

                    Batman #635 | Batman #636 | Batman #637 | Batman #638 | Batman #639 | Batman #640 | Batman #641 | Batman #645 | Batman #646 | Batman #647 | Batman #648 | Batman #649 | Batman #650 | Batman Annual #25

                    Download from RapidShare:

                    Batman #635 | Batman #636 | Batman #637 | Batman #638 | Batman #639 | Batman #640 | Batman #641 | Batman #645 | Batman #646 | Batman #647 | Batman #648 | Batman #649 | Batman #650 | Batman Annual #25

                    If links don’t work, shoot me an ask. All files will need a comic book reader of some kind like Comical or FFview.

                    P.S. If you have any sort of attachment to any of the characters, you’ll be shedding some motherfucking tears.

                      Download Young Justice #13 - PDF

                      brella:

                      Here are the .PDFs!

                      I love you more than dihydrogen monoxide. 

                        roxanneritchi:

Now that we’re halfway through the first season, it seems like a good time to throw together a masterpost/basic primer for Young Justice. Young Justice (Cartoon Network, 2011—) is the latest animated adaptation of DC Comics, and it’s the creators’ stated aim to distill the often contradictory and frequently retconned DCU into a single, coherent narrative viewed through the eyes of teen superheroes. (YJ is not an adaptation of the original 1998-2003 comic of the same name, though it takes a few cues from that title.) 
So What’s It About?
A few short years after the emergence of Superman and the birth of the superhero age, the Justice League, overstretched and limited by the high visibility of their members, creates a new covert team that works under Batman—a team of teen superheroes who’ve already proven themselves willing and able to seek out and do the dirty work the League can’t.
A few of the teens—Aqualad, team leader and the level-headed, dry-witted Atlantean, Robin, Batman’s wisecracking technowiz of a protege, and Kid Flash, science geek and smartass—have known each other for years. Three others—Superboy, a clone of Superman with major abandonment issues and few interpersonal skills, Miss Martian, a gregarious shapeshifter whose knowledge of Earth she’s largely gleaned from television, and Artemis, a cynical former assassin who only wants to start over in Gotham with her mother—are new. One among the six may very well be a mole for a mysterious, dangerous organization known only as the Light.
The show is as much about these teens trying to navigate the dynamics of the team and their relationships with each other, as well as their own personal struggles with who they are, as it is the actual superheroics. Aqualad must learn to command the team, with being a leader when he also wants to stay a friend. Superboy struggles to find purpose in his life, and Miss Martian fights to please everyone but to also remain true to herself. Robin struggles with his own perfectionist expectations of himself, and Artemis discovers starting over is both easier than and as hard as she expected it to be. Wally must deal with his own prejudices and ingrained judgments and expectations of others, and they all of them must learn to work together—to become a team in their own right instead of simply the shadow arm of the Justice League.
If you’re a fan of the DCAU, if you like team-centric shows or if you’re a casual fan of superheroes, you might want to give Young Justice a try! It’s engaging, character-driven and well-plotted, with a deft eye both for exciting fight sequences and quiet moments between two characters, and it’s beautifully animated, too. Character development is organic and consistent, each episode building upon the one before. If it continues as it’s done, it may very well prove to be my favorite superhero adaptation, period!
Get To The Goods, Sister!
All episodes are the HQ 720p .mkv files, so they’re fairly large, about ~700MB each. All episodes are uploaded to Megaupload, as it’s the site with which I am most familiar and most comfortable. I am currently in the process of uploading split files to Mediafire as well; to join the pieces, you will need to use HJSplit, which is free to download and to use, and safe as well! I’ve used it for several years and can vouch for it.
If you’ve suggestions or recommendations for other reliable hosting services, please let me know via ask! I will be more than happy to try to up them elsewhere as well.
Some info about watching/converting .mkv files which you may find helpful if you’re unsure as to how to watch these episodes.

01x01/Independence Day: Megaupload01x02/Fireworks: Megaupload01x03/Welcome to Happy Harbor: Megaupload01x04/Drop Zone: Megaupload01x05/Schooled: Megaupload01x06/Infiltrator: Megaupload01x07/Denial: Megaupload01x08/Downtime: Megaupload01x09/Bereft: Megaupload01x10/Targets: Megaupload01x11/Terrors: Megaupload01x12/Homefront: Megaupload01x13/Alpha Male: Megaupload01x14/Revelation: Megaupload | Mediafire01x15/Humanity: Megaupload01x16/Failsafe: Megaupload01x17/Disordered: Megaupload01x18/Secrets: Megaupload 

DC Comics is currently publishing a tie-in comic by the same name written by the creative team responsible for the show. It operates largely as a supplement to the show, with hints, info, and more character moments as well as standalone adventures. You can read the issues using a comic book archive, or you can always rename the file extension from .cbz/.cbr/etc. to .zip/.rar/etc. and unzip the file to read the pages in your preferred image viewer. For those having difficulty renaming the file extension and unzipping the files, you can also download .zip files of each issue from this Megaupload folder or this Mediafire folder.

Young Justice FCBD: Megaupload | MediafireYoung Justice #000: Megaupload | MediafireYoung Justice #001: Megaupload | MediafireYoung Justice #002: Megaupload | MediafireYoung Justice #003: Megaupload | MediafireYoung Justice #004: Megaupload | MediafireYoung Justice #005: Megaupload | MediafireYoung Justice #006: Megaupload | MediafireYoung Justice #007: Megaupload | MediafireYoung Justice #008: Megaupload | Mediafire Young Justice #009: Megaupload | Mediafire Young Justice #010: Megaupload | Mediafire

OK! But How Can I Support It?
I’m afraid this section is largely biased towards North America, but if any of y’all out elsewhere in the world have suggestions for other countries, please let me know! I’d definitely like to add them in to this post!
Anyway, here’s what you can do if you’re here in North America:
If you have access to Cartoon Network, new episodes air Fridays at 6:30PM EST! Cartoon Network also regularly airs reruns, so if you miss an episode on Friday or if you just want to give them another viewer, you can usually find it on the schedule. Young Justice is also available to purchase on an episode by episode basis, or via a season pass, on both iTunes and Amazon. You can also purchase Young Justice: Season One Volume 1 (DVD), which collects the first four episodes. It’s currently $10 on Amazon, which is about what it costs to download those episodes in standard def on iTunes, so! Young Justice: Season One Volume 2 is slated to release at the end of October; it collects the next four episodes and is available to preorder at $11 on Amazon.
The comic is published monthly, and it hits stands towards the end of the month. Some bookstores and many comic book shops carry it, but you can also subscribe to it via DC Comics’ website, order it directly via select retailers, or you can purchase digital copies straight from DC. DC collects some kids’ titles into trade paperback or pocket-sized formats; they may do so for Young Justice, too, though for now it’s the individual issues or nothing at all.
DC is also offering a broadening range of merchandise, from t-shirts to toys to the usual assortment of kid’s stuff (lunchboxes, backpacks, binders, etc), so if you’re interested in any of that, it’s out there!
But really, one of the best ways you can support the show is just to watch it. If you can catch it on TV, that’s awesome! If you have a friend you think would enjoy it, share it with them! If you like the show, let people know about it, so they can check it out, too.
(Updates will be made to this post as new material is available. I’ll note any edits here at the bottom!)

                        roxanneritchi:

                        Now that we’re halfway through the first season, it seems like a good time to throw together a masterpost/basic primer for Young JusticeYoung Justice (Cartoon Network, 2011—) is the latest animated adaptation of DC Comics, and it’s the creators’ stated aim to distill the often contradictory and frequently retconned DCU into a single, coherent narrative viewed through the eyes of teen superheroes. (YJ is not an adaptation of the original 1998-2003 comic of the same name, though it takes a few cues from that title.) 

                        So What’s It About?

                        A few short years after the emergence of Superman and the birth of the superhero age, the Justice League, overstretched and limited by the high visibility of their members, creates a new covert team that works under Batman—a team of teen superheroes who’ve already proven themselves willing and able to seek out and do the dirty work the League can’t.

                        A few of the teens—Aqualad, team leader and the level-headed, dry-witted Atlantean, Robin, Batman’s wisecracking technowiz of a protege, and Kid Flash, science geek and smartass—have known each other for years. Three others—Superboy, a clone of Superman with major abandonment issues and few interpersonal skills, Miss Martian, a gregarious shapeshifter whose knowledge of Earth she’s largely gleaned from television, and Artemis, a cynical former assassin who only wants to start over in Gotham with her mother—are new. One among the six may very well be a mole for a mysterious, dangerous organization known only as the Light.

                        The show is as much about these teens trying to navigate the dynamics of the team and their relationships with each other, as well as their own personal struggles with who they are, as it is the actual superheroics. Aqualad must learn to command the team, with being a leader when he also wants to stay a friend. Superboy struggles to find purpose in his life, and Miss Martian fights to please everyone but to also remain true to herself. Robin struggles with his own perfectionist expectations of himself, and Artemis discovers starting over is both easier than and as hard as she expected it to be. Wally must deal with his own prejudices and ingrained judgments and expectations of others, and they all of them must learn to work together—to become a team in their own right instead of simply the shadow arm of the Justice League.

                        If you’re a fan of the DCAU, if you like team-centric shows or if you’re a casual fan of superheroes, you might want to give Young Justice a try! It’s engaging, character-driven and well-plotted, with a deft eye both for exciting fight sequences and quiet moments between two characters, and it’s beautifully animated, too. Character development is organic and consistent, each episode building upon the one before. If it continues as it’s done, it may very well prove to be my favorite superhero adaptation, period!

                        Get To The Goods, Sister!

                        All episodes are the HQ 720p .mkv files, so they’re fairly large, about ~700MB each. All episodes are uploaded to Megaupload, as it’s the site with which I am most familiar and most comfortable. I am currently in the process of uploading split files to Mediafire as well; to join the pieces, you will need to use HJSplit, which is free to download and to use, and safe as well! I’ve used it for several years and can vouch for it.

                        If you’ve suggestions or recommendations for other reliable hosting services, please let me know via ask! I will be more than happy to try to up them elsewhere as well.

                        Some info about watching/converting .mkv files which you may find helpful if you’re unsure as to how to watch these episodes.

                        01x01/Independence Day: Megaupload
                        01x02/Fireworks: Megaupload
                        01x03/Welcome to Happy Harbor: Megaupload
                        01x04/Drop Zone: Megaupload
                        01x05/Schooled: Megaupload
                        01x06/Infiltrator: Megaupload
                        01x07/Denial: Megaupload
                        01x08/Downtime: Megaupload
                        01x09/Bereft: Megaupload
                        01x10/Targets: Megaupload
                        01x11/Terrors: Megaupload
                        01x12/Homefront: Megaupload
                        01x13/Alpha Male: Megaupload
                        01x14/Revelation: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        01x15/Humanity: Megaupload
                        01x16/Failsafe: Megaupload
                        01x17/Disordered: Megaupload
                        01x18/Secrets: Megaupload 

                        DC Comics is currently publishing a tie-in comic by the same name written by the creative team responsible for the show. It operates largely as a supplement to the show, with hints, info, and more character moments as well as standalone adventures. You can read the issues using a comic book archive, or you can always rename the file extension from .cbz/.cbr/etc. to .zip/.rar/etc. and unzip the file to read the pages in your preferred image viewer. For those having difficulty renaming the file extension and unzipping the files, you can also download .zip files of each issue from this Megaupload folder or this Mediafire folder.

                        Young Justice FCBD: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        Young Justice #000: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        Young Justice #001: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        Young Justice #002: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        Young Justice #003: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        Young Justice #004: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        Young Justice #005: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        Young Justice #006: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        Young Justice #007: Megaupload | Mediafire
                        Young Justice #008: Megaupload | Mediafire 
                        Young Justice #009: Megaupload | Mediafire 
                        Young Justice #010: Megaupload | Mediafire

                        OK! But How Can I Support It?

                        I’m afraid this section is largely biased towards North America, but if any of y’all out elsewhere in the world have suggestions for other countries, please let me know! I’d definitely like to add them in to this post!

                        Anyway, here’s what you can do if you’re here in North America:

                        If you have access to Cartoon Network, new episodes air Fridays at 6:30PM EST! Cartoon Network also regularly airs reruns, so if you miss an episode on Friday or if you just want to give them another viewer, you can usually find it on the schedule. Young Justice is also available to purchase on an episode by episode basis, or via a season pass, on both iTunes and Amazon. You can also purchase Young Justice: Season One Volume 1 (DVD), which collects the first four episodes. It’s currently $10 on Amazon, which is about what it costs to download those episodes in standard def on iTunes, so! Young Justice: Season One Volume 2 is slated to release at the end of October; it collects the next four episodes and is available to preorder at $11 on Amazon.

                        The comic is published monthly, and it hits stands towards the end of the month. Some bookstores and many comic book shops carry it, but you can also subscribe to it via DC Comics’ website, order it directly via select retailers, or you can purchase digital copies straight from DC. DC collects some kids’ titles into trade paperback or pocket-sized formats; they may do so for Young Justice, too, though for now it’s the individual issues or nothing at all.

                        DC is also offering a broadening range of merchandise, from t-shirts to toys to the usual assortment of kid’s stuff (lunchboxes, backpacks, binders, etc), so if you’re interested in any of that, it’s out there!

                        But really, one of the best ways you can support the show is just to watch it. If you can catch it on TV, that’s awesome! If you have a friend you think would enjoy it, share it with them! If you like the show, let people know about it, so they can check it out, too.

                        (Updates will be made to this post as new material is available. I’ll note any edits here at the bottom!)

                        (Source: formerlyroxy)

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