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As you probably know by now, Young Justice is not returning after the end of season two. So, it is time for fans to make themselves heard and show how much they truly want their series to stay. Signing on-line petitions is vastly ineffective, but sending out actual tangible letters to the network may create a bigger impact and make us harder to ignore.
Will it work?
What should I write?
We have a model letter that you can simply copy/paste, print out (or hand-copy it), sign it and mail it to Cartoon Network. However, if you prefer to write one of your own, you are most welcome to do so. But please remember to be polite, calm, and courteous. Express your complaint in a respectful manner and don't use abusive language, regardless of how frustrated or angry you might feel.
Where do you send it to?
To Cartoon Network's general headquarters in Atlanta:
Can I send an email instead?
It's much preferable to use the old traditional land mail, because emails that can be easily discarded and filtered out to the spam folder, while letters will pile up on someone's desk. But if you must, you can contact them through this form.
How many should I send?
As many as you want! Send them 5 or 10 letters at once, or one every day. Don't settle for just one. Be persistent.
Are there any other ways to help?
Yes, you can support the show by purchasing the show's merchandise:
- Digital copies at DC Entertainment
- Season One, Volume One
- Season One, Volume Two
- Season One, Volume Three
- Young Justice: 3-Pack Fun
- Dangerous Secrets (Season One, Volume Four)
- Season 2, Part 1
- Video game
What else can I do?
Spread the word. Tell your friends, advertise it on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, forums, everywhere!
Other forms of protest
- Send CN:
- Flash-mob-esque project