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THANK YOU FOR PUTTING THE WALL ON OUR SIDE. I love Amanda Waller.
Why does Artemis live in gotham instead of star city?
Why would she live in Star City?
She was born in Gotham. She was raised in Gotham. She lives in Gotham.
I don't know how to answer this question.
Why did you change the terror sister hairstyle?
Why was Cameron worried about the Terror Twins making out after all he's a supervillians why would he care?
Why did Superboy and Miss Martian blew their cover at the end of the episode?
1. She changed it. Or Phil Bourassa did. The comic book version got the rough from Phil. Concept art. Later, Jay Oliva wanted a more Gwen Stefani look, in part to differentiate Tuppence more from Shimmer.
2. Dude? She was his sister (or at least he thought so)!!! (Plus, Junior was into her.)
3. Overwhelming emotions (and/or hormones)!
In "Denial", is the psychic's name "Madame" Xanadu or "Madam" Xanadu? The episode itself shows her name as "Madam", but you and the credits list her as "Madame".
It should be "Madame", I believe.
Wow, it's fun to have our mistakes pointed out!!
1) Why were Ojo and Hook allowed to keep their tech implants at Belle Reve when they could have been removed?
2) For that matter, Icicle I's plan seems needlessly complicated and drew undue attention from the Justice League, why did he specifically need his son, Killer Frost, Cold, Freeze for the jail break when all he needed were destructive tech weapons that could be smuggled into the prison?
1. LOL. Didn't you notice the "boot" over Ojo's eye? Compare his appearance in episode 6 with his appearance in 11, and it's hard to miss. Ojo was allowed to keep his tech to allow him to see. But it was booted to prevent him from using it as a weapon. Hook did NOT have his hook again until after the prison break began.
2. Presumably, he needed experts in the art of coldness.
Does the show take place in 2011? The photograph of Dick in the trophy display in "Schooled" shows the year 2011 on it.
No. That photograph, or rather the date on it was a mistake. As with the wikipedia-style bio of Red Tornado, someone was attempting to be helpful and put that in without running it by myself or Brandon. By the time we saw it, there was no way to remove it economically.
We intentionally have NOT put a year on the present day events on the show. There is NO CANON YEAR, as far as I'm concerned.
But the days of the week are based on the 2010 calendar. And in my timeline, now a whopping 185 pages, for purposes of math - relative to events in the past - we're set in 2010.
If you can answer without spoiling (if you can't, I can always ask later), what was it about "Terrors" that you felt a personal affinity for and made you want to write it personally?
1. I like prison episodes.
2. I really wanted to do the "Dude, that's your sister!" scene.
3. Originally, there was a subplot in the episode that I had a personal affinity for. But we had to cut it for time. So it'll wind up appearing in issues #14 & 15 of our companion comic book.
So I just finished watching Terrors and may I say; well done sir, well done. I loved all of it; from the awkwardly long kiss to Icicle Jr. (who I'm guessing doesn't have a lot of friends- because surely that habit of hitting on his friend's sister would have been knocked out of him by now if he did.)
So I'd like to ask you important, insightful questions but that's not my style so sit back for pointless tedium.
1. In the episode, after the news report of Martian Manhunter's (I'm sure stunning) defeat of Headmaster, Freeze said that they now knew what all the leagues were doing except Red Tornado. What were the other members up to? Or is this a case where you knew story-wise they were all busy but you have better things to do then spend your day slaving over the particulars?
2. Was Superboy's disguise for this mission a dye job and a hair cut?
3. If the answer to 2 was yes, is being poor at disguises hereditary? Because that's a trait I'd slap onto Superman too.
Okay now for something a little more obscure...
I don't know why but I've fallen in love with prison guard Wilcox; to the point that I've given him a fictitious first name (Fitzwilliam) and a vague background (he grew up tough until he hit puberty, then… he grew up tougher) so...
4. Is Wilcox a dc character that's making a cameo in this episode or is he just a random character you created to fill a role? I tried to google this on my own but the only two Wilcoxs I would find was Laureen Wilcox and William Wilcox- Laureen is defiantly a woman and William has less of a back story than the one I've given Fitzwilliam Wilcox…
5. Who voiced Wilcox?
1. Uh... the latter, for the most part. Although, I think they all made a point of being seen to encourage the Belle Reve prisoners to proceed with whatever plan they might have.
3. If you say so. But it worked fairly well, since the Terror Twins were not well known.
4. Wilcox was named for our line producer David Wilcox.
5. James Remar.
What grade is Dick Grayson in school? Perhaps he's jumped a grade or two? Or takes advanced courses?
He's in 9th grade. A freshman in a six-year-school, the Gotham Academy, which goes from 7th-12th grades. Artemis, by the way, is at the same school. She's a sophomore, but she's new. So although she's in a grade above Dick, he's starting his third year there, she's starting her first year there.
Hey Greg just wondering would it feel like to kiss a Martian? 2. If Martians are biogically 48 years old and they look close to 16 just what is the Martian age for being able to legally marry if they do that at all?
1. Depends on his or her form, I would think.
2. If you're talking about Miss Martian, you've got it wrong. She's CHRONOLOGICALLY 48 Earth years old and BIOLOGICALLY the equivalent of an adolescent, the approximate equivalent of an Earth girl of 16. She can LOOK however she feels like within the parameters of mass and her shape-shifting abilities. As for the legal age of consent on Mars, I'm going to say 54 Earth years, just to keep myself out of trouble.