Who got Pregnant by Whom in Young Justice : Part I

Stephanie Brown was born the daughter of the
Cluemaster, one of Gotham City third-rate villains. To stop her father, Stephanie tailored a costume
for herself, and called herself the Spoiler. While she was searching for her father’s
hideout Robin (Tim Drake) tracked her down, and she joined in on the capturing of Cluemaster. She also became attracted to Robin. After spending more and more time together
Tim’s feelings for Stephanie had grown into something more, and after breaking up with
Ariana (his girlfriend), he began dating Stephanie. They engaged in intercourse often which was
after there missions. Unfortunately for Stephanie, she found out
she was pregnant by her ex-boyfriend Dean. However, Tim, in his cover identity Alvin
Draper, took Stephanie to Lamaze (Birth) classes. Tim was there when she was giving birth. With Tim’s help, she was able to deal with
giving her child up for adoption. After some time, one day Stephanie is visited
by the actual father of her child. Steph tells him that she gave away her baby
for adoption and then hits the guy in the face. Stephanie has also revealed to Tim that when
she was a child, her babysitter had attempted to rape her. This man died of an apparent drug overdose
eight days after she told her father what had happened. Black Canary (real name Dinah Lance) is a
superheroine and a member of the Justice League. She was the hand-to-hand combat instructor
for the Team, Young Justice. Black Canary is an attractive young woman,
with long blonde hair, blue eyes and a slender yet toned build. In Injustice Gods Among Us, after having a
long-time bumpy relationship & relations with Oli (Green Arrow) they get married. Unfortunately, after sometime tragic took
place left her alone. While going through a secret passageway to
the Arrow Cave, Canary confronts Harley Quinn and gets into a fight. But suddenly, Harley is momentarily confused
when she notices something is wrong with Black Canary, who orders her to bring her a nearby
bucket. Harley complies but is disgusted when Dinah
throws up into the bucket. Harley quickly realizes that Dinah is experiencing
morning sickness and asks if she’s pregnant. Though Dinah tries to say she’s not, she throws
up again. Just like his puddin Joker, regardless of
Dinah’s annoyance, Harley makes light of the entire situation, finding the idea of
a pregnant superhero hilarious. Harley asks if the baby is Oliver’s although
she herself knew the answer very well. Arrowette is a legacy heroine, first Arrowette
was known as Miss Arrowette who was Bonnie King. She was a talented archer; she obtained a
Bronze medal in the Olympics, and was dissatisfied though she won countless competitions in the
U.S. When returning home one night, she saw a mugging
and actually stopped it with her bow and arrow. She realized, there was a chance for her to
obtain the fame she always wanted. Despite her impressive archery skills, Bonnie
is no good at super-heroics, being both too clumsy for stealth and too vain for masks. During this interlude as “Miss Arrowette”,
Bonnie also finds time for a brief romantic affair with Oliver Queen. Shortly thereafter, the Green Arrow asks her
to give up her “Arrowette” identity and while she fought a little while longer after that,
she became pregnant and had to give up her dreams. Thus, was born Cissie King. During her brief “Arrowette” career, Bonnie
meets journalist Bernell “Bowstring” Jones. Later, Bonnie married and her husband adopted
Cissie, thus she became Cissie King-Jones. Although it is not very clear who the real
father is either Green Arrow or Bowstring it is true that Miss Arrowette had intercourse
with both Green Arrow and Bowstring multiple times and some sources claim Green Arrow made
her pregnant and some claim Bowstring made her. Cassandra “Cassie” Sandsmark was the daughter
of Dr. Helena Sandsmark and the Greek god Zeus. Who is a member of the Team, Young Justice. Wonder Girl has a slender yet muscular build
with blue eyes and blonde hair with unkempt bangs. Her hair is long, running down her back, and
she wears a black headband. During her time with the Titans, Cassie also
developed a relationship with Superboy, whom she had harbored feelings for during their
time together in Young Justice. Conner took Cassie to Smallville, and spend
the night together, consummated. After the death of Superboy, Cassie left the
Team but after spending time with Tim, the current robin she came to accept the present. The pair kissed one another, but soon caught
up in a dilemma, Wonder Girl flew away from Robin. In the months following the kiss, Cassie and
Tim continued to go through testing the water period. But It was after a battle against an army
of future Titans, the pair finally decided to date. Their relationship was not very long lasted
one, but they had intimacy throughout. The uncertainty is from whom did she get pregnant
as she had intercourse with both Superboy & Tim. In Teen Titans issue 68, in latter there is
a page of future things to come. There is an outline of a girl with long hair
with a big pregnant belly. Which shows the reader pregnant Wonder Girl. And much to reader’s surprise at the top
of the page is a picture of Wonder Girl and Blue Beetle kissing. Tatsu Yamashiro, alias Katana was an average
Japanese girl, save for her proficiency in the martial arts. Katana who is in her late twenties and was
a member of both Young Justice and sometimes the Justice League. In her teenage, two brothers, Maseo and Takeo
Yamashiro, both proclaimed their love for her. While she liked both, she chose Maseo. Though nobody thought this was the start of
a disastrous and bloody slaughter. After the deaths of Tatsu’s parents, she and
Maseo started a family of their own. Although she had relations with both brothers
when they were young Maseo was the One to get her pregnant and she gave birth to twins,
Yuki and Reiko. Meanwhile, Angered Takeo rose in rank of the
Yakuza, and one of his exotic tastes included ancient weapons. He was presented with a pair of matched swords
by General Karnz, which would come to be known as the Soultaker Sword. On a New moon night which only had street
lamps light, Takeo came for his revenge. He came to the Yamashiro residence and slayed
his brother with a single stroke of sword. But out of nowhere Tatsu appeared and got
into a brawl surprisingly left Soultaker in the hands of Tatsu. In the course of the fight, Takeo started
a fire, and Tatsu’s family died. With Soultaker in her possession, Tatsu began
training as a samurai under a master called Tadashi. After much time she left for America where
she intended to use her talents to fight for justice and to seek her revenge on her first
love. She took the codename Katana after the sword
that she wielded.


  1. Super heros. Hah. They may have morals and ethical ways, but The men can't keep it in their trousers and the women can't close there legs. At least katana was married. 😊.

  2. I'm not a fan of romance in action series but this is a pretty good video. The one thing I like about shonen manga over hero comic or modern Shonen series is how the theme of the series wasn't into romance or that the main male protagonist wasn't into dating. I know it's a culture thing in comic but I would good to see some similar male or female hero like that.

  3. Canary's name is DINAH, not Dena. Take this ridiculous video of misinformation off or re-edit it with the correct info.

  4. Topic:young teens getting pregnant
    American media:πŸ˜ƒ
    Parents all over the world:😱
    Rest of the tradotional families:"So its ok to be pregnant within teen"

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  6. Wow even super hero girls cheat on there BFS and husbands… It's official I haven't seen met or heard of a single girl who isn't a cheater a unlikable jerk or a sjw/feminist were have all the good loyal girls gone?

  7. Man, I thought comics are for kids..what is adult content…giving birth to a baby and then giving him for an adoption….what are you teaching kids?

  8. So in translation super hero’s love unprotected sex with other superhero’s. Condoms and birth control do not exist in the comic book world.

  9. 8:24 so we just going to skim over the fact that they said she had sex with both of her brothers like it’s no big deal πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  10. Dude young justice the show is done in an alternate earth with no relation to the comic storyline basically it’s a standalone universe

  11. Time to play another game of "Why The Fuck Is This In My Recommend Page!"

    Seriously, I don't even watch Young Justice, why?

  12. Instead of putting the young Justice tv show version as the thumbnail, u should have just put the regular young Justice comic version in order to not confuse the viewers between the two. All of us watched it only because we thought this was gonna be about the tv show, no the comics. Even though I somewhat enjoyed who in the comics had kids, I was dissappointed that it wasn't truly about the tv show. This, in a way, is misleading.

  13. and here I was thinking it'll be at least related the the Young Justice animated series…
    Oh well, at least Wondergirl appeared in both. Though she didn't get pregnant in the show, even though she started dating Tim.
    Spoiler didn't even appear in the show
    Black Canary didn't get pregnant either if I recall correctly
    And I don't seem to remember any scenes where Katana appears in the series either.
    That said, Artemis would have been a pretty obvious choice. Or Cheshire. You know, the sisters who got themselves dudes from the team, in the form of Wally, and Roy.

  14. I have a more important question
    Why is this in my recommendation?
    Edit: I now have another question, why is this my most liked comment?

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