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Is the French member of the Light suppose to be the Brain?
1) Were the twins from Drop Zone, the Terror Twins from your YJ comic?
2) Since you have Shimmer and what is presumably Mammoth, will the rest of the Fearsome Five soon appear?
1. Nope. Drop-Zone featured Mammoth and Shimmer.
2. No comment.
Does Superboy speak Spanish? It seemed like he could understand what Bane was saying when he was listening with his super hearing?
Yes, Superboy speaks Spanish.
Hi, just wanted to ask some questions about Young Justice (which I'm LOVING so far):
1. Do you have an actor doing the noises/grunts/screams for characters like Mammoth or Blockbuster, or is your sound design team just that awesome?
2. What inspired the decision to have Spanish dialogue in "Drop Zone"? Was it out of a desire to be more realistic, or did it just tickle you to have Danny Trejo give a bilingual performance?
3. Did Superboy's smirk at the end of Bane's Spanish dialogue while he was tied up indicate that Superboy knew Bane planned to betray them? If so, why did he decide not to say anything to the others? I loved that moment, mind you, but it's an extremely curious touch.
2. The former.
3a. That was his choice. It felt right to us.
After watching "Drop Zone" I have only one question:
Why! Greg why! Why did you let them butcher la Lengua de Cervantes like that? Trying to listen to those lines was just painful, the accents alone were impossible to understand and what I could gather from the grammar was... not right.
You seem like a respectful, careful sort, so I need to know, Why?
We tried our VERY best to get the Spanish correct.
Prior to the recording, we got translations from multiple Spanish speakers.
At the recording, we gave nearly all the Spanish lines to two actors who speak Spanish fluently, i.e. Danny Trejo and Nolan North. Khary Payton, who speaks a little Spanish, had one line, but Danny and Nolan were there to make sure he got it right.
So... Maki... are you sure we got it SO wrong? (I'm not saying we didn't. I just know we tried our best to get it right...)
Of course, part of the problem may be that Spanish is spoken differently in different areas of the world. What sounded wrong to a Spanish speaker from Spain might sound right to a Spanish speaker from El Salvador, etc.
Drop Zone was a fantastic episode, keep up the good work.
i just read an episode description for Feb. 11's episode "Infiltrator"
Who are the league of shadow's? are you taking about the league of Assassins? i remember in batman begins, the league of assassins was watered down for audiences.
Who had to drop the ax on the assassins for this instance? Comics fans know that they've always been the league of assassins and when they hear the league of shadow's it will most likely take them out of the moment.
I had assumed that with a pg v rating that your target demographic was young teens, do you have to fight censorship in order to actually take advantage of this rating.
to be real Greg, you and i both know EXACTLY what the kids want to see, blood, excessive violence and sexual innuendo. its just the facts. i have seen tv pg v ratings get way with some of the gritiest, realistic, and schoking material.
How are they gonna screw you on the sensorship? i am a huge fan of the show and your work but im still waiting to see a pg v fight. listen to the devil of your conscious and let the angel take a vacation.
The show is the show. It's set on Earth-16. If comics fans get too fixated on what they assume the series is going to be instead of what it is, there's literally nothing I can do about that -- except shrug.
Personally, I think "League of Shadows" is a BETTER name than "League of Assassins". NO ONE mandated that change. It's an alternate name that I preferred. It makes more sense to me in this world.
And by the way, Logan, I don't agree at all with your assessment of "EXACTLY what the kids want to see". I think they want good stories, well told with interesting characters... but maybe that's just me.
Censorship has honestly not been an issue on this series to date at all. Your assumptions are just wrong -- and I just love that you made them BEFORE seeing the episode. That just makes them even more fun.
And if you assume that censorship was in play, how would my devils or angels have anything to do with anything?
I'm really liking the take on Batman in Young Justice. It's pretty refreshing to see a Batman that isn't completely cold and cruel, and who can actually give out praise when it's warranted. Was this a concious decision?
Yes. But it's based on mine and Brandon's interpretation of the character.
How was Sportsmaster able to detect Miss Martian? Was she not really invisible (just really translucent) or are his senses really good?
She's NOT invisible or translucent, just camouflaged. (Think Predator.) YOU could see her, right?
But, yes, Sportsmaster's trained his senses well.
Related to Bane, did you know that he was going to be in the next Batman movie when you put him in YJ?
Ok greg I got a question about an observation I had.
I noticed in independence day pt 2 that when superboy was walking away from the cloning chamber it seemed that aqualad had telepathy and he was talking to superboy but then I thought it was just dubbilex and then I noticed in drop zone that aqualad told speedy to get a running head start on bane to get the trigger in his mind. Ok so I guess my question is does aqualad have telepathy and if he doesn't what was he doing in those examples I mentioned
Aqualad has no telepathy. But Superboy does have super-hearing. And Miss Martian did link everyone up telepathically in Santa Prisca.
I've just watched "Drop Zone", and I have to say it's much better than the last three episodes. I really thought this episode felt a lot like "Human Target" which is another good TV show based on DC Comics, which airs on Fox. and it's a good thing BTW.
Anyway excellent portrayal of the Kobra organisation, and I hope you'll be able to portray crime families and other terrorist organsations as good as Kobra in future episodes.
Well, I just watched "Drop Zone" and I'll give some feedback.
I like how the Young Justice members fought Kobra, the Sportsman and Bane in one episode. Just an odd combo and I love it. I'm glad they're fighting adult super villains.
Charterizations for Robin and Superboy were good. I like how Superboy seems to be portrayed as kind of arrogant and careless with his power.
The color schemes were kind interesting for the villains. Kobras were red and I'm used to them being green from Batman Beyond and Batman: The Brave and the Bold, specifically the prologue to "Requiem for a Scarlet Speedster", an episode you wrote. I thought Kobra was the Crimson Avenger. And I thought Bane was Gene Simmons.
Actually, Bane does look good in this episode. In the comics and his first appearance on Batman:TAS, he looked like a pro wrestler. Then on the Batman revamp on WB (97-99), he wore black leather and had a spiked collar, resembling an S&M character. So, I like the sleek Young Justice version, even though his face is Kiss-like.
Finally, one real complaint. The speech Batman gives at the end where he chews out the kids. He tells them all the things they did wrong, but ends it with a "good job." I've seen that whole "you really messed up...good job!" speech in hundreds of movies and TV shows, to a name a few: Mulan, Patch Adams, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, every episode of "McCloud" and the episode "Initiation" of Justice League.
But overall, it was a good episode.
Are we going to keep seeing the "Hello Megan!" catchphrase in Young Justice? I mean it's a nice catchphrase but if we're going to see it in each episode... Hahah. Well.
Tune in and find out for yourself.
Not a question. I just saw "Drop Zone" and it was great. I especially liked the fact you showed Bane using his wits. Too often he's portrayed as dumb muscle. This was closer to what Chuck Dixon was probably thinking of.
just watched "Drop Zone" wich was epic, btw. i was just wondering about the timestamps- i noticed that the first two were dated in June, although the team wasn't even formed till July, 4th. Was this just an animation error, or some time-travel thing? I just got really confused...
By now, you've hopefully seen the corrections posted here at ASK GREG. (If not, check the Young Justice archives.) I'm happy to say that the timestamps were all corrected for the next time the episode airs.
After last week's somewhat lackluster episode of "Young Justice," I'm happy to be able to say... NOW THAT'S MORE LIKE IT!
The team seems to have come together, and it was cool to see them handle their first mission. I also loved how they determined who should lead. Usually once the leader is selected, he remains the leader for the duration of the series. But Aqualad as a placeholder until Robin is ready to lead is a pretty inspired take.
The character dynamics were fun. Seeing Miss Martian swoon over Superboy, who was being a jerk to her last episode was sadly quite true to life (seriously, do women like being mistreated?), but it was nice to see that Superboy has lightened up quite a bit, and is treating her much better now. He also seems to be developing a sense of humor. Looks like there is hope for him.
Now, to discuss the villains. I thought the timing of this episode was great, since it was only a few days ago that Bane (played by Tom Hardy) was announced as a villain in "The Dark Knight Rises." I also enjoyed this take on him. Smart, cunning, and utterly ruthless. This is a guy who I can see being as smart as Batman, and it was nice to see that take on him since, outside the comics, Bane has never been depicted as all that bright. I also loved Danny Trejo as his voice, perfect casting there.
I've never heard of Sportsmaster before tonight. His name is beyond hokey, but I liked him as an emissary of the Light. I'm sure we'll see more of him. Speaking of the Light, it was nice to get confirmation that Mr. Twister was working for them last week.
And finally, the Cult of the Kobra, who I have heard of. I liked them in this episode, they were fun. Although they felt like an imitation of Marvel's Hydra, but to be fair, they always felt like that. I suppose I could make a joke about GI Joe's nemesis, Cobra, but I won't. Still, as far as comics go, Hydra was always the original ruthless, terrorist organization determined to rule the world. Oops, guess I did make that joke.
All joking aside, I enjoyed Kobra, and his scheme. Mixing the Venom with the Blockbuster serum produced some pretty creepy results. I was surprised to see that much muscle and tissue ripping through torn skin on a cartoon. But I also enjoyed how understated, and calm Kobra himself was (and that was always how I thought Cobra's Emperor, Serpentor, should have been played, but that's another series and era).
The animation remains gorgeous, and I hope it stays that way.
I give this one a solid A. Loved it.
Well, I'm glad we weren't "lackluster" two episodes in a row.
Hi Greg. Hope your 2011 is off to a good start. Gotta question for ya. Are Gargoyles with feathered wings (such as Griff, Zaphiro) susceptible to molting?
Not that you probably have the time to do it even if you wanted to but... I heard the Peter David will be writing some episodes of Young Justice. Should the opportunity present itself, would you like to write a story in his version of YJ like he is writing in yours?
Uh... just to be clear... you're asking if -- in some strange hypothetical universe -- Peter were to begin writing issues of his old YJ comic again, would I like to write an issue if I had time?
Comics don't really work that way, but sure! Why not?!
how old are flash, batman and superman?
Barry is 35. Clark is 33. Bruce is 32.
I am under the impression that you guys created your aqualad for the show and DC followed suit by introducing a version of the character into it's main Universe. This is correct?
I'm curious about the level of communication between the major parties in the seperate character developments. Did you clearly delineate your origin and characterization to the comics team so that they could purposfully create a different character will only intentional overlap, or was there no sharing (beyond the basic look and powers) so that each team could create their own character without undue influence of the other (kind of like the way you have described avoiding much of the 90s Spider-Man show to avoid influence upon creation of Spectacular Spider-Man)
Yes, that's basically correct, though there was input from both divisions going both directions. There was plenty of communication. No plan on our part for them to take it in a different direction. They picked and chose from among what we created to create their version. And they gave us some good suggestions as well.
Hey Greg one of the stronger internet rumors going around about Young Justice is that one of the main characters is gonna die. This speculation comes from that comic-con video about young justice. Now I seem to be the only person in the world who seems to think that this meant that your show wasnt afraid of killing off characters when necessary. (already in the first episode Mr. Freeze kills a ton of civilians(well I'm assuming they died because you said that your trying to anchor some of the science in the real world))
So I was wondering are we free to keep on speculating about the death of a team member or was this a misinterpretation of informaton given?
You're always free to speculate. How could I stop you if I wanted to?
I was watching YJ on Sunday and I was curious as to what brought Mr. Twister (a robot version)to be the villain of the week? Considering the original human only faced Robin Aqualad and Kid Flash once and decades ago.
There are a LOT of reasons, but one was that we thought it would be interesting for our Team to face an updated version of the original Teen Titan's very first opponent. A shout-out, if you will.
How could the bioship have blocked the YJers from Twister's line of site, in episode 3? It's invisible and we see the ground underneath the ship from Twister's perspective and we see Twister through the ship from the YJers perspective. It seems to me that it could have acted as a shield but it shouldn't have cloaked the children who were not inside it.
It's NOT invisible. It's camouflaged. There's a difference.
I heard that there won't be any more two-parters in season 1 of Young Justice. Did you and Brandon Vietti decide to make the series premiere the only two-parter of the season or did Cartoon Network tell you that you could only have 1 two-parter in the first season?
That was our decision - though I'll admit it was at least partially based on the knowledge that networks in general don't love two-parters that much.
I just want to know and im shore you've been asked this before do you see your self ever making another Gargoyles show because I truly admire your work
It's not up to me.
A year ago I rediscovered the Gargoyles, by accident. I'm from germany and the last time I saw Gargoyles was back in 1998, so I was like "WTH?" when I switched through all those stupid TV channels here in germany and all of a sudden I stumbled over Gargoyles. I was about 8 years old, the last time I did see the show (and never actually understood the storyline), Gargoyles was just sooo cool back then. I love watching those Disney Afternoon tv series (Darkwing Duck, Talespin and stuff), but completely forgot about the Gargoyles. Thanks to the internet I found out, that they re-air Gargoyles in germany: Every sunday two episodes, since 2008! And they still air it and don't seem to take Gargoyles off-air for another year. I think you must be very proud of Gargoyles. Anyways after I discovered Gargoyles again I watched the complete show and what can I say? It's a true masterpiece but the last 12 episodes were strange. The Gargoyle Chronicles are aired with the intro of the second season here in germany, but I'm aware of them now. :D This time around I finally understood the timeline and everything. Brilliant! I couldn't resist and ordered the three TPB of Gargoyles/Bad Guys. Again: Brilliant, but just too short. I imported both DVDs and received them a week ago. Thank's god there are region free dvd players around! I like watching some movies in the original language and that's what I'm trying to do with Gargoyles, even though the german dub is fantastic, too.
I follow this "ask Greg" section since a few months and was reading a lot about Young Justice then. I thought I'd give it a try and thanks to the internet (forgive me) I was being able to see the pilot of Young Justice. What can I say: Another great show! Problem is here in germany we barely know of any of these superheroes, because all these comics aren't being sold here. I know Batman, Robin, Superman, Spiderman and that's pretty much it. So I was like "hell, I don't know anything" when all those superheroes appeared at the end of the pilot. And then my question is:
Do you know when and if Young Justice is coming to other countries? Germany to be precise?
I asked the german Cartoon Network channel, but they say they don't have plans to air Young Justice right now, but that may change in the future...
Just wanted to ask if you know a bit more.
Forgive me my grammatically weirdness and keep up your great work!!
Thanks for writing Wilco. I'm afraid I have no info on YJ's international distribution. They don't inform me of such things.
hi greg! just want to congratulate you for all the work you do!!i come from france and i just receive the comics books ,and when i finished to read it ,i had a question who came.I wonder if one day you have planned that coldstone or coldfire will ever be real gargoyles again by a magic tricK or something like that.
by the way ,very enjoy the story in chapter 10 11 12 ,on tv it would have been great episode!!a sorry i just miss the show!and i think it can still have today a great success .
thanks to you ,and another thanks if you answer back
No, I don't see them becoming flesh and blood gargoyles again ever.
Hi Greg, I've been a long time fan and have never had the opportunity to ask this question, but it's a question that I've had since I watched the series in its initial run. Why did Broadway ever end up with Angela? Was it a decision by a particular writer, a shift in the creative team, or something else? Brooklyn seemed to be the logical choice do to fan base, role as second in command, and overall use in stories. In episodes like "The Gathering Part II" and "Turf" Brooklyn seemed to be building a relationship (even a very small one) with Angela. Broadway seemed like the last possible gargoyle to end up with Angela (totally discounting Lex there). And yet he did end up with Angela. I guess this long rant has one simple question behind it, why not Brooklyn?
Our plan was ALWAYS to pair her with Broadway. ALWAYS. It seemed right to us for all characters involved. For more details - CHECK THE ARCHIVES, as I've answered this over and over again.
First off, I have been enjoying the show so far, an kudos to all involved.
While I've seen a very positive reaction to the show online, I've seen several bloggers take issue with the way Miss Martian has been portrayed so far.
Not trying to stir the pot, but do you have anything to say to those who feel she is too much of a stereotypical "girlie girl" or that she was belittled by the boys and hit on by Wally?
She was certainly hit on by Wally, but I don't agree that she was belittled by the boys. And I don't know what to make of the 'sterotypical girlie girl' comment. She is who she is. Obviously, I'm happy with her characterization.
I'm assuming from the date of your question, that you and "several bloggers" have only seen her -- except for a few seconds in episode two -- in episode three. I'd think by now -- as of episode seven -- you've all had time to get to know her a bit better. But either way, stay tuned. I think she's a great character. Hopefully, you'll all think so too.
I was just wondering if Dwayne Mcduffie would be writing some episodes of Young Justice? I'm a really big fan of his work, For example Justice League Crisis on Two Earths, and I would love too see him write for the show.
I realize you posted this back in January. But as some of you may know, Dwayne McDuffie passed away this past Monday, February 21, 2011 from complications from heart surgery.
Dwayne was a great guy and an extremely talented writer. I too was a fan. It's a huge loss to comics, to animation and of course to all his friends and family.
I am doing a research regarding fantasy an escapism.I wrote an article here pointing why We enjoy fantasy so much.Wich it can bee seen here http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Analysis/Escapism.
And I was wondering if you could give me your opinion on it.Given that fantasy-escapism is something you do great. Thanks!
I'll try to get to that soon...
Are their going to be a lot of breaks between new episodes airing because of some work being done over seas?
They only list the first five episodes.
We were preempted this week because CN is airing their "Hall of Game" awards show special. Had nothing to do with production, overseas or otherwise. We'll be back next week. Down the road, who knows? But we're not anticipating a break because of production.
Me again, I'm helping out the Gargwiki by getting years of birth for some of the human characters. Of course I'll be doing the ones related to Macbeth so you can focus on those ones. The people are Gillecomgain, Mail Brigti, Kenneth II, Maol Chalvim II, Findlaech, Duncan, Canmore and Luach.
Kenneth II - 932
Maol Chalvim II - 962
Mail Brigti - 962
Findlaech - 969
Gillecomgain - 982
Duncan - 1001
Canmore - 1031
Luach - 1033
I've seen episode 3 of Young Justice, "Welcome to Happy Harbor." Is the resolution Miss Martian applied to the bad guy really OK? She checked first that the target failed her scan, but there could be other reasons a failure could happen. Heck, her supervisor for the episode, Red Tornado, would have failed the scan. Did she even consider those possibilities? Note that the lead hidden bad guy's first statement to his assistant highlighted the extreme punishment. (I hope I'm not too vague from trying to minimize spoilers.)
I get WHAT you're referring to, but I'm not sure what exactly your question is.
I'm a huge fan of the Young Justice cartoon and I was curious if I could interview you for my website http://www.popgunchaos.com ? Basically I would like to discuss YJ, but also Gargoyles and other parts of your career as well. Thanks for your time and consideration.
My e-mail is email@example.com
Thanks, Cody, but all YJ interview requests need to go through Winson Seto at Warner Bros. I'll forward your info to him.
What steps do usually go through when creating a new character?
Foxtrot. Sometimes the Charleston.
What do I respond to this, in a smartass funny way, that makes me look cute?: "I think you may have gotten the names mixed up. See that's ... I'm ... Clearly I am the stunner. Its ok. I know you just got a little confused. "
Is Guardian from the pilot Speedy's uncle like he is in the comics?
I meant answering these questions sorry XD
See previous response.
Hey greg I was just wondering if you get a little overwhelmed asking all these questions?
Nah. I'm whelmed. (Who didn't know I'd say that.)
I'm used to it. I'll admit, I do wish people would check the archives, would refrain from asking spoiler questions that I'm never going to answer, etc. It can get tiresome, but not overwhelming. And if I get tired, I just stop answering for the time being.
1. Are you taking suggestions from fans on things to put in the show or do you have everything planned out?
2. What are some examples of the teenage heroes that are on the list you choose from?
1. At this point, everything's not only planned, it's executed. But in any case, NO. Not allowed to take suggestions per Warner Bros. legal department.
2. "Some examples" (strictly in alphabetical order): Aqualad, Artemis, Kid Flash, Miss Martian, Red Arrow, Robin, Speedy, Superboy, to name a few...
Hey Greg, just need to ask a few questions about Young Justice which is perfect by the way.
1.I noticed in the third episode that Kid Flash was constantly trying to flirt with Miss Martian, but Robin kept bring him down every chance he got.Was this deliberate because he obviously knew of Miss Martian crush on Superboy or was it just a conicedence.
I'm not clear on what two things would be the "coincidence" in this case...?
Will Superboy ever lighten up? His grouchiness can get old real quick...
So can questions asking me to spoil future events on the series...
How is it that having Robyn at her feet, Demona didnt kill her? I loved the scene and I think that there may be two possible answers:
a- Demona does seem to have a twisted sense of humor. After watching her facing Hackon, The Renaissance Hunter and the current Hunter's father (cant remembere the name)and destroying the ciberbiotics airship with a smile from ear to ear...it's evident she likes to play with her prey, so to speak. Was she just trying to put a scare on the "little hunters" and play around with them a little bit?
B- It kind of seems unlickly that something could have stopped her from killing Robyn, considering there were three unarmed children with her down there...or so it seemed, which comes to the next possibility: Did something forced her to fleed?
Thanks for any answer you may provide ;D Demona rocks!
What scene are we talking about?
Why do the Gargoyles' loincloths turn to stone? Hudson's sword is inconsistently drawn in the comics and TV show as both turning to stone and not at different points, but I assume the latter is the correct interpretation since Xanatos (in the TV show) makes a point of finding a replica of Hudson's sword in order to make a convincing statue of him. Therefore, it seems like their accessories do not turn to stone, yet their clothing does. Why?
This has been asked and answered MANY times. It's called the "Humility Spell" and we have an entire archive about it here at ASK GREG. For more info, check here: http://gargoyles.dracandros.com/Spell_of_Humility
In fact, the gargoyles wiki is a VERY useful place to get info BEFORE coming here to ask for it.
Okay, I hope you don't take this the wrong way, but I was just wondering, do toyline tie-ins play any part in storylines or story elements you guys come up with? I'm just curious because I know some of the producers from the Brave and the Bold cartoon have mentioned that the toy company had a hand in pushing certain stories and characters like the Starro two-parter.
Not so far. We had discussions with Mattel way at the beginning of development -- and they absolutely had some worthwhile suggestions -- but they pretty much liked where we were going with the series, and they've had no influence on story.
Since then, we've been feeding them designs, and Kevin Hopps and I have been writing copy for the back of their packaging. We're actually pretty excited about the collaboration.
"Welcome to Happy Harbor" Review
Itâs here, itâs finally here! The first all new Young Justice episode in almost two months! So how does it hold up? Pretty good, Iâd say. Admittedly this episode doesnât have quite the same level of intrigue and jaw dropping moments as Independence Day or Fireworks but thatâs okay. This story is more about getting to know the kids a bit and giving the character stuff more room to breath. And the character stuff is very well done here. We get to see the original four from the pilot interacting with each other, as well as the two newest additions to the main cast.
I particularly enjoyed Red Tornado, Jeff Bennet gives the character a very deadpan delivery that ironically brings Tornado to life. And thanks to the episodeâs tag, it looks like weâre going to be learning a lot more about this guy in the future.
Of course itâs Mâgann whoâs the real star of this story. She starts out very insecure and unsure of her place on this team, if not this planet. But by the end of the episode she seems be a lot more confident though Iâm guessing she still has a way to go.
Not that our retuning characters donât get plenty of nice moments. Kaldur is once again the voice of reason, Superboy shows about all the social graces of somebody who grew up in a tube and Wally isâ¦ well Wally. And I loved watching Robin heckling Wallyâs pitiful attempts at flirting.
On the antagonist side of things, Mr. Twister is an okay villain but something about him didnât entirely click for me. I couldnât even tell that was supposed to be John Delancie doing the voice. Still, considering he turned out to be merely a henchmen for the real villain, maybe thatâs the point. Given his interest in Red Tornado as well as being able to duplicate Redâs powers with the Mr. Twister armour, Iâve a pretty good idea who this âProfessorâ character really is.
All and all, it was a welcome re-introduction to this universe and I canât wait to see the teamâs first official mission next week.
Yeah, the Professor is T.O. Morrow (revealed in the credits).
Glad you liked it. A breather of sorts before their first mission in episode 4.
A question about Elisa's shooting by Broadway.
It was confirmed on-screen in "Deadly Force" that only Broadway, Elisa and Goliath know that Broadway shot Elisa. Dracon may have overheard it, because he was being held upside down by Goliath when Broadway confessed. And perhaps the other members of the Manhattan Clan were told off-screen.
I wonder how the police investigation went on this shooting. In "Deadly Force", the gun was taken into evidence, but Chavez said that no conclusive prints could be found on the gun. She did affirm her conviction that Dracon did it and that no one who "hits" a cop would get away with it.
In "The Edge", Elisa tells Chavez that getting shot was an "accident". Was the shooting reclassified an accident off screen? What was Elisa's account of the shooting to the police? Were the police curious as to why someone would shoot Elisa in her apartment and then leave her outside the ER of a hospital?
The shooting was reclassified as an accident with Elisa blaming herself. She offered no explanation for how she got to the hospital, and none could be found. Chavez, I think, found the story suspicious, which may have been one of the reasons she insisted that Elisa get a partner.
How many copies need to be sold of Gargoyles Season 1 and Season 2, Volume 1 for Disney to release Season 2, Volume 2?
I think that ship has sailed.
I have some Youn justice questions
1.-Why Superman acted that way towards superboy?. If someone could understant superboy's predicament better than anyone is Clark.He is an orphan himself.He lose jor-el and Jonathan Kent.He losed two parents.I was a bit disapointed on him acting that way I espected more of big blue.
2.-Are you surprised how popular artemis despite the fact taht she hasn't officialy apperead in the show beyond the intro?.
1. Personally, I think you're seeing things in a very black and white manner -- when this show is all about shades of grey. (Incidentally, I'm not using this question to confirm or deny anything at all about Superman's background on Earth-16.)
2. I didn't know she was popular before her intro. How does one measure that?