Why Young Justice and Green Lantern:TAS Should be Saved

Why Young Justice and Green Lantern:TAS Should be Saved

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By IronMan13 - 1/31/2013
Reason 1: Both are extremely great shows, especially Young Justice. They both had high ratings. So the question is, Why were these two remarkable shows canceled?

Reason 2: This has happened in the past. Marvel canceled Wolverine and the X-Men, Spectacular Spider-Man, and Avengers:EMH; all of which were spectacular shows. And now it's CN's turn to turn down the fans. Yet, we still have filth like "Ultimate Spider-Man" on Disney XD. These channels need to stop letting down the fans!

Reason 3: Young Justice and Green Lantern:TAS could have been part of the growing DC Nation, which will include Beware the Batman and Teen Titans Go this year. Instead of 4 shows, we get 2. And to be honest, these upcoming shows look kind of "lame". They will never replace Young Justice and Green Lantern:TAS in my eyes.

Conclusion: I hope CN becomes smart and renews these shows. And maybe add a new new series for Superman? Wonder Woman?



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marvel72 - 1/31/2013, 4:17 PM
ratings is got to be what killed these shows,i never knew when they were on.

they'd air a a few episodes & then it was taken off for a few months & then brought back.

i can't be arsed to try & follow a show like that.
GoodGuy - 1/31/2013, 4:56 PM
@LEVITIKUZ

You know, you're probably right about that and about all other editorials that are basically logical comments. However, just try to be a little nicer. "This article is shit" isn't exactly constructive.

Not trying to hate you. As I said earlier, you're right. It can just offend the writer in that way.
SAT - 1/31/2013, 5:22 PM
@ImTheGoodGuy Wise words, good for you for keeping calm (Or traught)! Respect, on the internet! No one on the internet is ever just whelmed!
GoodGuy - 1/31/2013, 5:56 PM
@LEVITIKUZ

You write pretty good articles. They're even presented nicely too. It'd be a big help to these people if you gave them tips, maybe? I don't know.

But yeah, one thing though, it seems like the 2 paragraph editorials end up being about saving Young Justice or Green Lantern. It's pretty odd.



@SAT
Thank you for that. I know it's just the internet but it made my day!
Minato - 2/1/2013, 12:03 AM
I think Merchandizing and inconsistent air times killed these shows. We couldnt get enough t-shirt/action figure sales even though the character designs were perfect unlike some games coming out *cough*Injustice*cough*. I really enjoyed this show and did my best to keep up with when they were airing new episodes and it was difficult for me to follow. I didnt like the habit of releasing 5 episodes then taking 6 months off. No show can survive that.
scootaloo - 2/1/2013, 1:23 AM
Are you guys seriously bashing LEVITIKUZ for calling this imbecile out on this crappy "article"?

I was never really into Young Justice, but its pretty surprising that its getting cancelled, considering how well it was received. Green Lantern is my favorite show, pretty much the only show I watch. It had a lot of potential.
Happy11 - 2/1/2013, 3:44 AM
@levitikuz there was no need for your utter poor in taste comment which was close to bullying. If you don't like an article use constructive criticism or keep it shut.
GoodGuy - 2/1/2013, 8:08 AM
@LEVITIKUZ

Wow. Those are some poorly written comments articles. Just to be clear, I don't think you should be getting any hate, it's just shit will always be offensive when you are referring to someone's effort, or in this case, lack of effort. Most people will take offense in the presence of that word. Perhaps words like "terrible" or "bad" are more apporpriate words with negative connotation. If you're feeling extra angry, then you can always say "I'd rather die of cancer than read this".

:P I'm kidding about that last one.


But yes, you are so right about poorly written articles. Remember the 3 parts of an article, IronMan13: Point, proof, explanation. Not just the points, which basically constitutes this article.
SAT - 2/2/2013, 9:37 PM
@ImTheGoodGuy Lol well I'm happy to make your day (Unless your in the eastern time zone of the U.S.A in which case it's 12:37 AM)... typing that makes me tired whew!

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