New ‘Young Justice: Outsiders’ Clip Features Cassandra Cain

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I’ve got a souvenir for you. You’ve been very patient. But now, at long last, it’s time to get seriously whelmed again as new episodes of Young Justice are set to hit the DC Universe streaming service soon. Indeed, the third season, Young Justice: Outsiders, will bring most of the gang back together- minus Kid Flash at the moment- and introduces some new faces into the mix as well, as seems to be tradition for the show right now when it returns from break. And you can add Cassandra Cain to a new face to see in a new trailer.

Yes, new adventures, new characters, and new episodes are sure to help crash this mode. Among the faces shown in the trailer are Cassandra Cain- who will also be getting a live-action adaptation brought to life in Birds of Prey– and other faces in there like Talia. It keeps in line with the show introducing new characters in a new season. Think back to the Season Two premiere: we were introduced to the likes of Beast Boy (properly, anyway), Blue Beetle, Lobo, Wonder Girl, Tim Drake, and Batgirl all in the span of one episode.

Here, have a look at the new clip for Young Justice: Outsiders and prepare to get super whelmed:

With the tease of Darkseid at the end of the previous season, Wally West’s disappearance, and no doubt other events that have occurred between Season Two and the upcoming run, the stakes are continuing to increase for the young heroes who have proven by now that they’re more than capable of standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the members of the Justice League. And with Cassandra Cain thrown into the mix, combined with Dick, Tim, and Barbara already there, perhaps we’ll see more of the Bat-family as well.

What did you think of the new clip of Young Justice: Outsiders? Are you moded by it or was it crash? Let us know in the comments below.

Young Justice: Outsiders will hit the DC Universe on January 4, 2019.

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