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Was the change in Red Tornado's voice between episodes 3 (where he sounded robotic) and 7 (where he just sounded British) intentional?
Thanks for your time!
There was NO change. We gave Jeff Bennett reference from episode 3 before he recorded episode 7 and to the best of all our experienced ears, he was doing the same voice. (So no British accent, period.) And in the mix, Audio Circus used the EXACT same technical effect on Jeff's voice in both episodes.
So I'm at a loss to explain why you felt they sounded different.
Ok so in Gargoyles the Archmage fell into that chasm in 984 and was supposed to die, but didn't. How was it possible for him to save himself? I understand the "future Archmage" came and saved himself in 984, but the Archmage from 984 must have conjured his future incarnation to begin with while he was falling down that chasm, I'm I close? Thanks!!!
No, you're not. Didn't you JUST ask this question recently? If not you, someone else did. Anyway, "ASKED AND ANSWERED." Check the archives.
I found a cel on Live Auction (it came up in a Google image search for Angela)that shows Thailog with a gun and carrying an unconscious Demona. It said it was from Sanctuary, but I didn't see that scene there or in other guides. Which episode is it from?
It sounds like it's indeed from "Sanctuary". But without seeing it, I can't be sure. Even if I did see it, I STILL might not be sure.
I'm trying to find out which episode this part I remember comes from. In 1996 I saw part of an episode where Angela and Goliath were chained to the wall in a dungeon or metal room. The shackles were overhead and bolted into the wall, like the ones Doyle's men used on Lexington in Ransom. They were struggling when Elisa ran in and hit a button or switch that released them. "But we weren't able to leave," Goliath remarked. Do you know which episode this is? I've tried looking up guides, but I still haven't been able to find it.
It's not immediately ringing a bell. It frankly sounds a bit like "Double Jeopardy", but Angela wasn't in that. If it came from Goliath Chronicles (as "Ransom" did), I'm not likely to remember something I wasn't involved in and only saw once back in 1996 or 1997.
My best advice is to ask fellow fans in the Station 8 Comment Room: http://www.s8.org/gargoyles/comment/
I really enjoyed "Denial" as I had been unfamiliar with the character of Klarion the Witchboy until that episode aired. Will we get to see more/learn more about him later on?
"SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT."
I realize this may have been answered before, but would the manhattan clan be tolerant of homosexuality? What about other clans?
Dude... if you REALIZE this... why don't you check out the ASK GREG archives and get your answer there - instead of bogging down the queue with already answered questions!
If you saw it how did you feel about Captain Atom and Eiling's portrayals on JLU?
I saw one episode with Captain Atom. His powers seemed slightly different from when I wrote the comic, but every series has to adapt. I haven't seen Eiling. At least, I don't think so.
Just a musing/ question based on a post of Matt's
3. Aside from Hudson, were any of True and "Kermit"'s rookery parents still alive as of 997?
My question is this...
Hudson hatched in 878. So as of 997 most of the surviving members of his rookery would be pushing the bio equivalent of 60.
So it stands to reason that the 898 and potentially the 918 rookery generations may also have had eggs lain in 968 resulting in the 978 gen.
Take the Wyvern Cell as our place holder here. We see Second and Sacrifice ( whom we can assume they had there 2nd egg in the 998 rookery as there is a garg on Avalon who looks almost identical to Second)
So again, it stands to reason they wouldn't start breeding on Sacrifice's 2nd heat.
Same I suppose goes for Chomp and Chaw, they most likely had a kid in the 978 and 998 rookeries too.
Just a thought
I'm afraid I'm not following you.
I was excited to hear that McDonalds was doing a Young Justice promotion but was sad when none of the female characters were included. I would think including a lead character like Artemis or M'Gann would be better promotion for the show than Black Mantra. Are you involved in any of these decisions?
Nope. I definitely was bummed that Artemis and Miss Martian weren't included. Though I was thrilled they chose to do our show at all.
I'm sure you get a lot of these, but it's another Artemis question: You recently revealed that she is half-Vietnamese, and you have also stated that she is based on a character from the DC comics; my question is, is she also half-Vietnamese in the comics or was her origin changed for the purposes of the show?
Depends what you assume you know about Paula Brooks' parents in the comics?