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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Did you catch these slight changes on your own?