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'Young Justice' Episode 43 "The Hunt" Clips and Images

The action heats up on the next episode.

The new episodes of Young Justice are winding down. The Invasion story is coming to a conclusion. We just have to enjoy the new episodes while they last. It appears that there are only two more episodes, including this one.

On Saturday, February 23, starting at 10 a.m. on Cartoon Network, you can catch new episodes on DC Nation. Along with a new Green Lantern: The Animated Series episode (called "Larfleeze"!) and a DC Nation Farm League short, we can catch the lastest episode of Young Justice.

Here is the official synopsis for "The Hunt."

A band of misfits is put to the test when Lex Luthor sends them behind enemy lines … to rescue the team!

Check out these two clips from the episode provided by Warner Bros. and Cartoon Network.

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And here's some images from the episode as well.

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Posted by thespidey307

The Reach are busted lol. Their whole fleet in the entire ocean has now been exposed, and their drinks are probably exposed too. Looks like nobody is going to buy there drinks anymore.

Posted by pharze

Favorite part of the episode was Arsenal and the Runaways saying a big F you to Nightwing. I mean his little rant was so hypocritical. If the team couldn't deal with personal hangups and inability to work as a team players then Superboy, Ms. Martian and himself wouldn't have been members.

1. Superboy's prior angst issues

2. Ms. Martian insecurities and willingness to forgo mission objectives to keep her white Martian secret and avenge teammates.Letting teammates get trashed around because she felt guilty of her own immoral actions. How is she still on your team?

3. He put his entire team at risk on lies including helping old friends from his circus days. Didn't Aqualad accuse him of running off on his own too much and putting his teammates at risk in the first season.

4. How he has treated the Runaways so far. The whole "you might" be worthy stuff wouldn't sit well with me either. Screw you and your dysfunctional team.

Posted by nmiller1939

@pharze said:

Favorite part of the episode was Arsenal and the Runaways saying a big F you to Nightwing. I mean his little rant was so hypocritical. If the team couldn't deal with personal hangups and inability to work as a team players then Superboy, Ms. Martian and himself wouldn't have been members.

1. Superboy's prior angst issues

2. Ms. Martian insecurities and willingness to forgo mission objectives to keep her white Martian secret and avenge teammates.Letting teammates get trashed around because she felt guilty of her own immoral actions. How is she still on your team?

3. He put his entire team at risk on lies including helping old friends from his circus days. Didn't Aqualad accuse him of running off on his own too much and putting his teammates at risk in the first season.

4. How he has treated the Runaways so far. The whole "you might" be worthy stuff wouldn't sit well with me either. Screw you and your dysfunctional team.

1.Well, Superboy's angst issues have been worked through, and those were before Dick was in charge.

2. M'Gann has been a team member since the beginning, and while she has screwed up a bit, she's generally been a useful team member.

3. Dick's circus thing was one, when he was thirteen, and two, so it was an unofficial mission. Who cares? And his mole plan had a lot of unexpected complications, but that's just going to happen when you are in charge of a team. Batman even said in the fourth episode that no plan survives first contact, and it is how you adapt that shows how well you're doing. There have been issues, but they've all been dealt with and worked through. Also, the "running off on his own too much thing"? Present in the first few episodes, when he's just expecting everyone to follow his lead. He drops this pretty quickly, though.

4. He offered them team membership! They're rookies that he knows literally nothing about. There is no one to vouch for them, and they have no training. You have to be at least a little wary.

And just for your overall thing with Arsenal? The guy has been on two missions, and he literally almost got everyone killed on both of them. His first mission was going off without a hitch at all before he decided to completely go off mission just to spite Luthor, which led to Black Beetle's arrival. The second time was a little bit more understandable, but he still decided that "kill everyone over being captured" was the right decision. Guy is a loose cannon on a level that no one else has been.

Posted by BlackWind

Nightwing's rant was understandable. Really, he should have been more careful about Arsenal. Nearly 10 years on ice is bound to make the kid have some problems. Dick should have been more aware of his mental state. The fact that Dick knew of Arsenal's "hey, f*ck you, Lex" stunt while Tim led a team undercover should have been a huge red flag that the kid ain't right.

What if Wonder Girl, Wolf, and Mal for instance died when Arsenal opened that air lock? He wouldn't have the right to say, "Hey, me being the one to get away is what saved you today" if a few people died in the process. He is a bit too reckless.

Sure, Dick could have been more graceful about his taking Arsenal off the team though. Both sides aren't fully innocent.

Posted by jasontodd7

@BlackWind: yes, you are right..isn't he's fault, black canary should've talked with him and people needed to take things slowly..

Anyway, i admire him, he manage to handle black beetle today better than Robin ..

Posted by AmazingWebHead

-Finally, Godfrey calls out the bad guys.

-Can you all stop hating Nightwing? The fewer people knew, the fewer Psimon could find out from. Plus, a lot could've been avoided if Conner told them M'Gann was a mind-rapist.

-The kids WAY overreacted. Nightwing basically suspended Arsenal, not banned him.

Edited by marwash

@AmazingWebHead said:

-Finally, Godfrey calls out the bad guys.

He only did it because The Light (probably Lex) told him too, it's not like he did it because he's a stand up guy or cares about the truth.

Posted by colonyofcells

It does seem like the Light is also pretending to work with Godfrey and Darkseid. It is ok for the Light to have warworld to fight the Reach altho the Young Justice probably has to let Mongul take it back after the Reach has been driven away.

Posted by BlackWind

Kaldur would have handled the situation with Arsenal much more gracefully.

Posted by Jnr6Lil

@BlackWind said:

Kaldur would have handled the situation with Arsenal much more gracefully.

He would've kicked him off.

Posted by BlackWind

@Jnr6Lil said:

@BlackWind said:

Kaldur would have handled the situation with Arsenal much more gracefully.

He would've kicked him off.

Cool. And?

Posted by Jnr6Lil

@BlackWind: Meaning the situation wouldn't be "more graceful"

Posted by BlackWind

@Jnr6Lil: Wrong. Kaldur would have waited until they were home to talk to Roy, not do it right behind the door Mongul and Black Beetle were fighting by. I'm not saying Roy shouldn't have been punished, or even not received a talking to, but doing it in a dangerous location like that, in front of the Runaways was another bad move by Dick. He should have waited, which is what Kaldur would have done.

Posted by Jnr6Lil

@BlackWind: I still don''t see the difference in doing it at home or in front of the Runaways. Nothing would've changed.