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9 Times Young Justice Hid Brilliant Details In Costumes

Young Justice has a huge fandom coming out of DC fans. It stars teenage superheroes having a unique set of costumes and superpowers. The show’s creators had put in some extra effort in the detailing of their costumes. These costumes gave the viewers a slight hint about any new upgrades or changes the character has received. Here are nine brilliant, intricate details in costumes.

9. Wally West Wears Bart Allen’s Kid Flash Suit: With only a slight change from the former costume, a crimson suit, and yellow adornments. However, this version resembles Bart Allen’s Kid flash costume.

9. Wally West Wears Bart Allen's Kid Flash Costume: With only a slight change from the former costume, a crimson suit, and yellow adornments. However, this version resembles Bart Allen's Kid flash costume.
Wally West wears Bart Allens’ kid Flash suit

8. Most of the Members Had Stealth Costumes: Most of the characters had a stealth mode for covert operations in their costume which would get initiated with the push of a button and turn the colors into dark gray or black.

8. Most of the Members Had Stealth Costumes: Most of the characters had a stealth mode for covert operations in their costume which would get initiated with the push of a button and turn the colors into dark gray or black.
This looked so dope on the screen

7. Dick Grayson Wears Tim Drake’s Robin Costume: It seemed only fit when Dick Grayson came in as Robin instead of Tim Drake. It suited him and was the comically-accurate costume he could find.

7. Dick Grayson Wears Tim Drake's Robin Costume: It seemed only fit when Dick Grayson came in as Robin instead of Tim Drake. It suited him and was the comically-accurate costume he could find.
Tim Drake

6. Superboy’s look is Inspired From Teen Titans Comics: Although his costume closely resembles Superman’s costume, the only difference is the missing cape. The outfit’s color scheme also resembles Superman’s red and blue color scheme.

6. Superboy's look is Inspired From Teen Titans Comics: Although his costume closely resembles Superman's costume, the only difference is the missing cape. The outfit's color scheme also resembles Superman's red and blue color scheme.
Directly inspired from the Teen Titans comics

5. Tim Drake Season 3: Robin’s costume, sported with a hood and yellow lining and the letter “R” on his chest. This costume shows how the character grew as a more mature and bold person.

5. Tim Drake Season 3: Robin's costume, sported with a hood and yellow lining and the letter "R" on his chest. This costume shows how the character grew as a more mature and bold person.
Telling a story through the suit

4. Halo’s Hijab is a New Addition: The addition of the hijab in Halo’s costume came to show more understanding towards the character’s background and culture. This addition was a new element in the show, and it gives a spiritual touch.

4. Halo's Hijab is a New Addition: The addition of the hijab in Halo's costume came to show more understanding towards the character's background and culture. This addition was a new element in the show, and it gives a spiritual touch.
Kudos to them for letting Halo be proud of her background and culture

3. GeForce’s Green Costume Doesn’t Get the Dramatic Origin Story from Comics: After the demise of his sister, Geo-force wore a different costume. His new costume was green and gold, signifying a recent change and a new chapter of his life. He continues wearing it, leaving his former brown costume.

3. GeForce's Green Costume Doesn't Get the Dramatic Origin Story from Comics: After the demise of his sister, Geo-force wore a different costume. His new costume was green and gold, signifying a recent change and a new chapter of his life. He continues wearing it, leaving his former brown costume.
Another story told through the suit

2. Justice League In Season 3 Resemble The New 52: The Young Justice Team needed a new makeover after having the same costumes for so long. So the creators did some tweaks to their new outfits. Batman now had a chinstrap, Superman had a neck covering, and Wonder Woman switched gold to silver.

2. Justice League In Season 3 Resemble The New 52: The Young Justice Team needed a new makeover after having the same costumes for so long. So the creators did some tweaks to their new outfits. Batman now had a chinstrap, Superman had a neck covering, and Wonder Woman switched gold to silver.
A great attempt to bring originality in the characters that were made decades ago

1. Superboy’s Season 2 Costume Teased In Season 1: Superboy with his long sleeve shirt and fingerless gloves debuted in season 1 itself in an episode called “Usual Suspects.” The reason behind his wardrobe change in season 2 is still unknown, but fans have made a lot of speculation about the change.

1. Superboy's Season 2 Costume Teased In Season 1: Superboy with his long sleeve shirt and fingerless gloves debuted in season 1 itself in an episode called "Usual Suspects." The reason behind his wardrobe change in season 2 is still unknown, but fans have made a lot of speculation about the change.
Even if the reason is unknown, we can’t deny that this suit makes him more human

Did you catch these slight changes on your own?

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