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1. In the comics, Bette Kane and Barbara Gordon are Flamebird and Batgirl respectively. Will they their respective identities in Young Justice?
2. What is the premise of episode 19?
1. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
2. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT. But since this has already been reported: #19 Misplaced"
When every adult on the planet disappears, only the Team, Zatanna, and Billy Batson are left to defeat the five most powerful sorcerers on Earth.
Can you give some spoilers regarding characters in future episodes? Is the Question, Killer Croc, or Hush at all planned to join the series?
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will you ever bring back the gargoyles TV show if so will they still look the same
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Check out ASK GREG's "Bringing Gargoyles Back" archive.
Not a question but here's a positive review of Young Justice.
can u tell me about the gargoyle fandom and how i can join it i have been a big fan for a long time
Well, there's no sign-up sheet as far as I know. But you can start by posting/introducing yourself here: http://www.s8.org/gargoyles/comment/
how did you com up with Lexington he looks like bad a bat
Lex's conceptual design - I believe - was created by Dave Schwartz, one of our development art directors back in the day. The final design was done in Japan by Mr. Takeuchi, under Frank Paur's supervision.
"bad a bat"?
Does Demona keep the tiara on during sex?
Sometimes yes, sometimes no.
I heard somebody asked Dwayne McDuffie this question about Ben 10, so I'll ask you 'cause I'm curious.
If you could have Young Justice crossover with any other TV series, what would it be?
Note: By any TV series, I really mean ANY. X)
My mind just doesn't work that way, really. But I guess... hmmm.... we've already kinda crossed over with Super-Friends, so...
I'll say Scooby-Doo.
After all, we've got meddling kids and a big dog and a neat vehicle to go around and solve mysteries. It's a perfect fit.
I mean wouldn't you just love to see Fred, Daphne, Shaggy, Velma and Scooby as reimagined by Phil Bourassa?
(Actually, I'm cheating. This is totally Brandon's idea.)
I really REALLY want the Spectacular Spiderman series to continue. I want to see what happens next. Is there anything you can do to help it come back?
Nope. Wish I could, but I can't. See my previous response.
Hey greg, my name is Michael. I was a huge fan of your spectacular spiderman series. And I'm not sure if you're gonna know the answer to my question or not, but I'm just gonna shoot for it. Question: Do you have any idea why Marvel canceled it? I mean, both season 1 and 2 had decent reviews and many fans liked it. So, I gotta ask,Do you have any idea why Marvel made that decision.
Marvel DIDN'T cancel it.
It's all very complicated, and we were certainly the recipients of bad corporate luck, but no single company cancelled the series. We just wound up with a situation where no single company could proceed with it.
I'll try to break it all down:
1. Sony had originally produced SpecSpidey as part of their overall entertainment license of the Spidey property (which of course included the extremely lucrative live action films).
2. But in order to win some concession on those live action feature films, Sony returned the animation rights to the character back to Marvel.
3. So now only Marvel could produce a Spider-Man cartoon. Sony no longer could, which meant SpecSpidey couldn't continue at Sony.
4. I have no idea whether Marvel was interested in continuing Spectacular Spider-Man or not. But let's assume for the sake of argument that they would have liked to.
5. They couldn't.
6. Why? Because Sony owned all the specific elements (designs, storyline, etc.) to the SpecSpidey VERSION of Spider-Man. So Marvel would have had to license all that BACK from Sony.
7. You can imagine how unlikely THAT scenario was. Marvel finally gets the rights back to do an animated version of their marquee character, and then they have to pay Sony to do it instead of just starting from scratch. That was never going to happen.
8. Of course, all this was complicated by the fact that Disney purchased Marvel, and Disney and Sony are direct competitors.
9. And I'm sure Marvel was excited to put their own stamp on an animated Spider-Man. Who could blame them?
10. So that was it. We were toast through no fault of our own. The folks at Marvel, Sony and even Disney all seemed to like our show, but the corporate mess made it impossible for us to continue.
11. And, yes, it is a bummer. (For me, at least.) But it's no single person or single company's fault. It's just how things shook out.
12. And finally, though I have no involvement with the upcoming Ultimate Spider-Man, you can't deny that a lot of great people have worked on it. There's no reason to think it won't be as good or better than SpecSpidey. To a certain generation, SpecSpidey will always be THEIR Spider-Man cartoon. But to a new batch o' viewers, I'm sure their Spidey of choice will be the Ultimate.