Uh oh, it's a woman in a refrigerator........... No really, that's all Tula's character was in Young Justice. Actually, if you think about it, none of the characters in that show were given any worth or value. Sorry, but Young Justice is just a mediocre show, and that's because Greg Weisman never put his heart into it. He even admitted once that he never wanted to direct it in the first place.
Glad to see you're giving tula more respect than the show's director ever did.
Very nicely done! Seeing as you're apparently a fellow fan of Young Justice, would you like by any chance to sign a petition for saving it? It's pretty close to it's goal, from what I've seen! Let's face it, Young Justice is one of the best things out there right now!
Same here, I really hope in the end they save Young Justice. But what would be really cool would be if they started making animated movies for Young Justice every year. So it's like in one movie it could be like a red Hood movie. I could come up wit tons. But I'm really really really really hoping they end up saving Young Justice. Hopefully that petition will work
Sadly, Tula appears to be genuinely dead. All 3 of our main Atlantean characters as well as Nightwing (a professional liar trained by Batman), and the rest of the original Young Justice crew appear to have seen the body. Her death also appears to be the spur for some of the original YJ crew to have stepped up to the Justice League and the infiltration of "the Light".
Manta appears to have used this as well as being his father as a recruiting point for Aqualad.
The more I watch of Young Justice, the more I wish this was the crew rewriting the main DC universe. They've done great work on plots, character tie-ins and costume designs.
a momment of silence for the saucy maid. she was not killedo ff in the same thread as the idiocy of comics today, she died for a good plot and good drama. her very image haunts the minds of her allies, though she holds no malice to them.
she died a hero though, during a mission. not shown in series but i know they show it somewhere. i at first try to draw comparison to how character die off like flies at the whim of the editorial mandates of comics, but i found there is no compare. the idea of her demise was honestly heartwrenching for the characters.