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1.Will Superboy ever get it on with Miss Martian?
1. Is that really any of your business?
Did Waller quit or was she fired?
1. How did Strange and Waller got their jons at Belle reeve?
2. How did Killer Frost get her superpowers?
3. Who were the inmates at Belle Reeve?
4. Were the Terror Twins parents supervillians?
5. How come they were no flyers or teleporters?
1. That's such a great typo. I'm dying to come up with a great smart-ass response to it, but I just can't think of one to do it justice.
2. Science gone wrong.
3. All of them?
since m'gann came to earth to be j'onn's sidekick does she go on missions with him?
1 will the Light be the villian for the second season or pretty much just this one?
2 is L-1 the leader?
1. SPOILER REQUEST. NO RESPONSE.
2. First among equals.
Was mr.freeze attacking cameron's dad a ploy?
1. Why did captain cold went to belle reve instead of iron heights?
2. When did the daily planet started to do tv broadcasts?
3. How come cameron didn't use his ice powers to unfreeze miss martian?
1. Belle Reve is a federal magnet prison for super-criminals.
2. They don't.
3. How do ice powers help you UNfreeze something?
In Terrors why was Riddler in a prison for super powered criminals when he has no super powers?
Many of the prisoners there, not just Riddler, had no inherent super-normal abilities. Ivo, for example. Or Hook. But it was felt that these people had - if nothing else - super-human resources in one way or another that put them beyond the ability of a standard prison to safely contain them.
I was wondering if I could ask some questions about Blockbuster from "young justice"...
1) How strong/invulnerable is he? Could he fight Superman or Wonder Woman one on one or is he much lower on the power house chart?
2) If Blockbuster was reduced to a mindless, hate filled beast at the end of the series premiere, how come he followed orders from Icicle Senior in the episode "Terrors?" I just assumed a crazed monster like him wouldn't be able to understand/follow commands and would have to be kept in solitary away from other inmates (so he wouldn't eat them XD).
1. He could fight either one on one. Though Superman's combination of powers would make it very tough for Blockbuster to win. I'd say he'd have a better shot against Wonder Woman. Even odds.
2. He got better with time.
Usually I ask questions about gargoyles, but I've been getting deep into "Young Justice" recently and would like to ask some questions about Miss Martian, and martians in general I guess, lol. I like how M'gann hasn't mastered all her martian powers yet since it gives her potential for character development, but, I've noticed that she and Martian Manhunter may lack some of the powers they had in the comics altogether. To get to the point I guess, do Martians in DC universe 16 still possess super strength, heat/laser vision, and invulnerability like Kryptonians? I personally always liked how the martians were one of the few races who could realistically match a kryptonian blow for blow and possibly win (though of course heat/fire was always an issue).
At any rate, if you did indeed remove or alter some of the martian's skill sets, may I ask why?
P.S. keep up the good work on the show, its been very entertaining so far and I actually enjoy some aspects of it better than I do in the comicbook versions :D
In the "Earth-16 Universe":
Martians are stronger than humans, but not even in the ballpark with Kryptonians. Martian Manhunter, for obvious reasons, is stronger than Miss Martian. Density plays a role here too.
Martians are not invulnerable, though their shape-shifting abilities make healing easier, and, again, they are denser than humans - though, again, not nearly as dense as a Kryptonian.
No vision powers.
As to the why, it was about us deciding to go back to the character's original power levels. When J'onn was first introduced, he was unique. As time passed, writers, artists and editors kept augmenting his powers (and even his origin) making him more and more Kryptonian. But I've got a Kryptonian (plus a clone) in the series already. I really didn't need two more.
Plus Martian powers are already incredibly formidable. We decided early on to break them down into two basic categories:
1. The physical. They are shape-shifters, which allows them to change form, alter their volume and density (though never their mass), etc. With practice, this becomes an incredibly versatile and potent trait.
2. The mental. They are psychic and telekinetic. This allows them to control their shape-shifting clothes (and even M'gann's shape-shifting Bio-Ship). It also allows them to communicate psychically. And their telekinesis, which is very formidable, allows them to simulate Superman's flight.
Really, with all that, did they really need the ability to go "blow for blow" with a Kryptonian?
Hi, Greg! First off, I want to say I've been a Gargoyles fan from way back. I even remember watching the premiere all those years ago. But my questions are about your latest work, Young Justice.
1) Whatever happened to Superboy's solar suit? I know it got damaged after the collapse of Cadmus Labs, but surely that was repairable.
2) How come Edmund Nigma was kept in Bella Reve instead of Arkham like the rest of Batman's villains?
1. Surely it was. But I don't think he wanted to repair it.
2. Arkham is not a prison for criminals. It is an asylum for the criminally INSANE. Villains don't go there because their primary opponent is Batman. (The method of their defeat has nothing to do with where they are sent.) Villains go there if (a) they were arrested in Gotham City and (b) they are found (as a legal matter) to be CRIMINALLY INSANE. Clearly, Nigma did not meet one or both of those two conditions.
Why did the four ice bad guys attack on the same day?
1. How did Mammoth end up in Belle Reeve?
2. Why did you make Waller a good guy?
3. Can those collars kill someone?
4. How did the prison staff knew that their walls can hold off superman?
1. See issue #16 of the comic.
2. I don't know how to answer this question. We tried to make Waller... Waller.
3. Not at their current settings.
4. "We know. We checked."
1)Does Wonder Woman have a secret identity in your world?
No. Not a regular one in the present day. Which is to say, she may occasionally go out incognito, and she's not always "in uniform". But she no longer goes by Diana Prince, if that's what you mean.
Really enjoyed "Terrors" last night, specifically following up on the ice villains from episode 1. I'm eagerly awaiting to see the rest of season 1 play out.
Anyways, the one question I do have about "Terrors" is one of the last scenes from the episode. Icicle Jr. recognizes Miss Martian, and seems to infer who "Tommy" really is. How did he guess he was Superboy from only seeing him kiss M'gann? Is it simply because they're both young heroes, or does he know about The Team itself, and if so, how?
He doesn't know who Tommy is specifically. He simply figures out that Tommy is one of the good guys and that he's been conned.
101-118 have aired.
119-126 are all complete and in the can. That's right. All work on Season One is DONE! <whoo!>
201-207 have all shipped overseas for animation.
208-213 are all in storyboard and design. 208 and 209 are fully recorded, but we still have a few straggler voice actors to pick up for 210-212.
213 records the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. (Script is done.)
214 - I'm currently editing the script.
215 - I need to edit the script, which writer Jon Weisman completed.
216-218 - I need to edit the outlines, which writers Kevin Hopps, Brandon Vietti and Peter David have all completed.
219 - I need to write this one. Yes, 214-219 are all basically sitting on my desk. I have officially become a logjam.
220 - This one's in outline with the writer, Kevin Hopps.
Issues 0-10 have all hit the stands.
Issue 11 is being colored.
Issue 12 is being inked.
Issue 13 is being pencilled.
Issue 14 - I'm doing my pass on Kevin's script. (Did I mention I'm a logjam?)
Issue 15 - Kevin is working on his first pass at the script. But the basic outline is done.
YOUNG JUSTICE Episode #18 ("Secrets") Credits
Young Justice Theme and Music By
Casting & Voice Direction
Starring The Voices Of
Stephanie Lemelin as Artemis
Jesse McCartney as Robin
Danica McKellar as Megan Morse
Nolan North as Conner Kent, Marvin White
Khary Payton as Aqualad
Jason Spisak as Wally West
Lacey Chabert as Zatanna
Ben Diskin as Harm
Crispin Freeman as Red Arrow
Bruce Greenwood as Batman
Chad Lowe as Captain Marvel
Masasa Moyo as Secret, Wendy Harris, Karen Beecher
Kevin Michael Richardson as Mal Duncan, Jim Daniels
Greg Weisman as Lucas Carr
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Batman Created By
Miss Martian Created By
Geoff Johns and Tony Daniel
Zatanna Created By
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Lead Character Design
BG Key Design
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R. Michel Lyman
James Tim Walker
Ink & Paint
Main Title Animation
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Mark A. Keatts
Post Production Manager
Dialogue Recording Studio
Recording Machine Operator
Jeff O. Collins
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Lotto Animation, Inc.
Supervising Animation Directors
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There are, as always, a bunch of people who ALSO helped out but don't receive credits on screen for various (legal and precedent) reasons.
A handful (in no particular order) include...
Dan Soulsby - Talent Coordinator
Eric Lewis, CAS - Dialogue Sound Mixer
Geneva Ip - Assistant Engineer
Otis Van Osten - Sound Supervisor
Ron Salaises - Sound Effects editor
Carlos Sanches - Re-Recording Mixer
Stacy Michaels - Foley Mixer
Alex Ulrich - Foley Walker
John Wells - Research
I know I'm probably forgetting some folks, and I REALLY apologize! If you send me a reminder, I'll pimp you in another post!
And "Young Justice" returns in a big way with what has become a staple of Greg Weisman shows, the prison episode. Okay, I know a lot of shows utilize this, but Weisman really, really loves this trope. "Leader of the Pack" and "Turf." "J Is For Jewel." "Group Therapy" and "Opening Night." All good stuff. Great stuff
Batman sends Superboy and Miss Martian undercover as the Terror Twins inside Belle Reve Penitentiary to find out why all the ice villains from the pilot are there. Well, Icicle Jr and Mr. Freeze both demanded their lawyers transfer them there from, well, easier places to be incarcerated. As the episode ends, Superboy and Megan finally kiss (AND IT DIDN'T TAKE THEM THIRTEEN OR SIXTY-FIVE EPISODES!) as we discover the whole escape attempt was a ruse to have Amanda Waller removed as warden, and for the Light's own agent, Dr. Hugo Strange to take her place.
I enjoyed this episode quite a bit. I still don't know jack about DC Comics, but I enjoyed both Icicles. I kept on wondering who Icicle Sr was voiced by, it kept nagging at me... and, OF COURSE! James Remar! I could have sworn Icicle Jr was voiced by James Arnold Taylor, maybe because I was getting a Harry Osborn vibe from him at times... son trying, in vain, to please his sociopathic father. Guess Junior there doesn't take the Code of Icicle seriously. *ducks as tomatoes are thrown* I could not resist.
I do admit, I am curious as to why Superboy was chosen for this mission. He was well programmed, don't get me wrong. But he was also practically born yesterday and found in a Cadmus lab. That doesn't seem to be ideal to me. But looking through the rest of The Team's male line up, I can't think of anyone else that would fit.
Miss Martian was far less grating in this episode. Don't get me wrong, I am not one of the Miss Martian haters, but she is my least favorite member of The Team. But it was nice to have less of her 50's sitcom attitude here, and I admit that I enjoyed Superboy calling her on it in their therapy session with Dr. Strange. I'm not saying it's bad. In fact, I am sure there will be significant pay-off for it. I'm just saying it's not my favorite aspect of the show.
Now, if I may, I need to address some comments I have seen where people say they don't believe that these two characters can possibly be truly in love, and are dismissing it all as poorly thought out. I think they are missing the point. These are teenage hormones. The connection there is that they both think the other one is hot. It's like Romeo and Juliet. They are young, they dig each other, and they might think they're in love. But it is all hormones mixed with a not fully matured psyche. Right now this might be the most important thing in the world, just as Romeo and Juliet did, but Romeo and Juliet also died young. Had they lived long enough to mature, they might have seen their tryst and secret marriage as a mistake. Assuming Superboy and Miss Martian survive, I don't see them as a couple, let's say, five years down the line. It's a huge teenage crush, and those tend to be pretty consuming. But that's my analysis and it wouldn't be the first time I was wrong.
Finally, I loved the Riddler's cameo. All the crap he got, all the disrespect, and he was the one who managed to escape. Hope to see him again down the line, but knowing how Weisman loves to lay pipe and plant seeds, I am confident we will.
For the record, Icicle Jr. was voiced by Yuri Lowenthal.
Just one thing.
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!!
In Avalon Part II, why do the Weird Sisters say they are "banished from [Avalon] by a magicians parlor tricks"? Did the magus do more than turn them into owls or was it part of Oberon's law?
Oberon's law kept them off the island. The Magus kept them at bay.
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 Manhunterâs (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, thenâ¦ 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 Wilcoxâ¦
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.
1. Does John Constantine exist in the YJ universe
I say this after looking through forty archive questions about King Constantine'a appearance on Gargoyles
2 Could you use him on the show?
I asked this because DC did not let them use Constantine on the old Justice League series. (Though a guy who looks like him appears in the background.) This was partially because at the time they wanted to keep Constantine in his own universe. They also did not want to encourage kids to pick up Hellblazer which is not appropriate for younger readers. Now, though, that Constantine's been brought back into the DC Universe; it might be possible for him to appear on YJ.
1. SPOILER REQUEST. NO RESPONSE.
One more thing.
1.Does the rest of the team know Superboy is going by Conner Kent?
1.I loved the episode terrors,I mean its about time Superboy and Miss Martian kissed,but I was wondering are they dating now?
Out of curiosity, how old was Silver Sable in season two of "Spectacular Spider-Man." She doesn't seem older than thirty... I'm just curious, because if Hammerhead worked for her dad before he went to prison, twelve years prior was she above the age of consent when they had a relationship?
I don't think so. Which is part of the reason Hammerhead (1) now has a new skull and (2) why he no longer is working for Silvermane.
Marina Sirtis has a lovely British accent. Why does she always do an American accent on your shows? (Though I love her voice in any way)
Actually, she pretty much does her own voice. Her British accent these days is pretty faint, unless she intentionally pushes it back in. At least that's my impression from talking to her.
Looking at the TV series producing industry as a whole, something I've always noticed is that, when it comes to live-action, comedies like "How I Met Your Mother" are always produced to fill one half-hour time slot, while dramas like "Dexter" always fill an whole hour time slot. Every show ever made is bound to contain elements of both drama and comedy, of course, but it seems like it is the overall tone of the series that decides the length of each episode.
For example, comparing two recent shows with a vaguely similar premise, the two medical shows "Scrubs" and "House". Anyone will say that "Scrubs" is a comedy show with dramatic elements at times, while "House" is a drama that often incorporates humour. Scrubs was a half hour show, House is an hour long show.
So the general line of questioning I'm leading up to with all this is the following, why is it that that there has never been an animated series which consists of hour long episodes spread over a whole season, even though animated shows can also be seen as dramatic?
The closest thing I can think of as an exception is the early 2000s Justice League series, which always had at least two part episodes throughout its run (until it became Justice League Unlimited), but those were always divided into smaller chunks, even if many channels just aired them back-to-back anyway.
HBO's Spawn can easily be said to be more drama than comedy, yet the episodes still were not as long as any other dramas on the channel, even though there were only six episodes a season.
I'm not trying to say that quantity is the same thing as quality, I'm just wondering if you have any insight as to why the episodes of a regular animated series are always of about the same length, regardless of their tone, while live action ones are not.
The "conventional wisdom" is that kids won't sit through an hour.
I'm not saying I agree. But that's what the wisdom of the conventional states.
What was Riddler doing in Belle Reve instead of Arkham?
Why would he be at Arkham?
Why does Superboy claim to hate monkeys?
See issues #1 and 2 of the Young Justice Comic Book Series, available at comic book stores and/or on-line.
Up until this point, from what I can gather, you have stated the numbers of years of experience for the following heroes; Batman (9), Superman (10), Robin (4), Kid Flash (2), Aqualad (2), and Speedy/Red Arrow (3).
I was wondering if you could also reveal that information for the remaining 14 of the 16 members of the Justice League as well as Guardian?
I guess I could. But I'm too lazy. At least at this moment.
Are all the light members supervillians and do they only work with supervillians?
Depends on your point of view, I guess.
1. How much faster Barry can run than Clark?
2. Why was the League secret and how did they become known to the public?
3. How long has the League been work with the U.N and why do they work with the U.N?
4. Has there ever been an super registration act like in marvel civil war that existed on Earth 16? If so does it still exist or will it exist later on in the future?
2a. At first, that seemed like the best idea.
2b. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
3. They don't work WITH the U.N., so much as they are chartered by them.
4. There was something like that in the 50s during the Red Scare.
Quick Spec Spidey question- is Silver Sable an albino? I was just wondering because in addition to her white hair, her skin's notably paler than anybody else's (except for Tombstone, who of course *is* albino) and her eyes are an odd pale violet. Not a huge question, I know, but I was just curious.
I don't think so. And is her hair truly white or platinum blonde?
Something that I've always wondered about "Double Jeopardy"- when Xanatos and Owen are discussing who could have "abducted" Thailog, Xanatos explicitly lists a small number of enemies- and he uses that exact word- who could have pulled it off. Specifically, the three he names are Demona, Renard, and Macbeth. Now the first two are easy enough to understand- Demona is the enemy of all humanity and has a history with Xanatos personally, while Renard is his main business competitor- but so far as we've seen Xanatos and Macbeth have only met in person twice (once in "Enter Macbeth", when Mac was actually working for Xanatos, albeit for his own reasons, and once in "City of Stone" when Mac pretty much ignored Xanatos and focused all his efforts on Demona). So my question is- why does Xanatos consider Macbeth an enemy? Have they had an offscreen run-in that we never saw, presumably because it didn't concern the gargoyles, that would lead to this attitude, or is it just a case of Xanatos naturally being wary of someone with the resources and skills to pose a legitimate challenge to him? Or is there some other reason?
I think they've been at odds -- and he feels Macbeth has the resources. "Enemy" probably is too strong a word.
What YJ fansites/forums do you usually/regularly visit? I'm asking because you sometimes address fan theories and rumors, so I wonder where you read them.
I've lurked at a number of sites, including but not limited to Toonzone, YoungJustice.Net, Superherohype, Comic Book Resources, Jinxworld and others.
A lot depends on how much I'm procrastinating.
FYI: The timestamps of "Drop-Zone" are fixed in the Volume One DVD release. Not sure about the reruns.
Question: Is the title supposed to be hyphenated? Because it is on-screen, but not on promotional material for the episode or on the back of the Volume One DVD.
It is supposed to be hyphenated. Generally, "canon" is what's actually ON the episode, not promotional materials.
Looking at the reprsentations of griffins in art, sculpture and works of fiction, I noticed that most have erect pointed ears. Obviously, the character of Griff does not have these external ears. Since you have in the past noted that you and/or the production team thought that Griff's design turned out to be a bit Foghorn Leghornish, was the idea to include the distinctive griffin ears ever considered to make Griff stand out a bit more? Was there some reason the ears were not included on the finished model? Finally, do you suppose that some gargoyles of the London Clan are griffin-like and do have these ears?
I just can't remember any discussion of Griffin ears.
And, as always, I wouldn't tie a designers hands in advance by dictating things too specifically here.
Richard Jackson writes...
I noticed in your memo for City of Stone that you placed Demona's clan living in caves at Lunfanan Hill in 1020 and 1040. Is that where that cell lived? http://www.s8.org/gargoyles/askgreg/search.php?rid=134
Response recorded on August 26, 2011
I was wondering how long before 1020 that Demona's Clan, or at least the cell of it that consisted of "Second", "Kermit" and the other gargoyles who had hatched at Wyvern had been living at Lunfanan Hill. When Brooklyn seeks them out in 997, were the Lunfanan Caves the ones they lived in at that time?
Also, did Demona have a name for this cell (like calling the massacred gargoyles the Shruiglea Cell)? I think on GargWiki we are either calling it the Wyvern Cell or the Lunfanan Cell (which prompted me to ask my first question).
Just trying to get some facts straight for the Wiki. Thanks!
She wouldn't call it the Wyvern Cell. Maybe the Lunfanan Cell.
I don't know that I've broken down exactly when each cell moved where, but I think Lunfanan is a good bet for Second and Kermit, etc., even early on.
Do the members of the Light know the identity of each other? As of Targets, at least L-2 and L-3 are aware of each other. If so, they why did they confer together with their faces scrambled in Fireworks?
As of Targets, you didn't know who L-2 and L-3 were - though I assume by now, you have confirmation. Of course, I'm sure at the time, you made an educated guess - based on voice actors and other factors - but the conversation that Lex and Ra's shared hardly guaranteed that they were in the top seven. There are many characters who talk about and/or do some work for the Light, who are not.
But, yes, the members of the Light know who they are. But they're very security conscious.
Rewatched The Spectacular Spider-Man Season 2 this year, and I have to say that Growing Pains after several more viewings has really grown on me, especially having read many "Spider-Man has been framed" stories.
Now of course whenever said frame up occurs, Peter tends to recall them. But New Yorkers (whether they are civilains or fellow heroes) barely seem to recall that someone like the Chameleon or Mysterio posed as Spider-Man before.
Growing Pains on the other hand takes the more plausible route of having someone question whether Spidey's gone bad. Captain Stacy's comment towards Jonah sums it up: "This isn't the first time that the Bugle got it wrong when a copycat dressed up as the webslinger. Now do you really want to embarrass yourself and your paper! Again?"
Thanks. We tried as much as possible to play the world consistently and let the many points of view there be voiced.
Hi, Mr. Weisman!!
In the episode "Eye of the Beholder", I've seen "Fox"(a.k.a. Jeanine Xanatos" turns back into her human self and she was naked in this episode, how did you guys come up with that story which aired many years ago??
Um... I'm not actually sure what you're asking.
The Eye of Odin was created by the video game folks, but we gladly brought it into the series. The discovery that Fox and Xanatos loved each other was a revelation that came with the "Her Brother's Keeper" episode. The idea of the gargoyles being free to walk around on Halloween seemed natural. Otherwise, the characters just sort of brought it all together, giving us what they would do.
After watching Denial, I had a question.
1. Kent Nelson states that he hadn't put on the helmet for 65 years, which would mean since 1946. During that time period, 1940-1951, you've stated that the Justice Society operated. From 1941-1945 the JSA expanded to become the All-Star Squadron. So does that mean once the All-Star Squadron returned back to the Justice Society, Kent Nelson retired from being Doctor Fate? Or did he stay on a little while after?
2. At what age did Kent become Doctor Fate?
1. Kent gave up wearing the actual Helmet of Fate, fashioning a half-helmet that does not submerge his personality. Using magic studied and gleaned by osmosis during his years as a tool of Fate, he still pretends for a time to maintain the Doctor Fate identity but is significantly less powerful.