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1. Assuming Nightwing's acrobatic abilities are the same in this as they are in the comics, is he capable of the Quadruple sommersault?
2. Has Superboy developed anymore Kryptonian powers, or is he still limited by his human DNA?
3. Who is faster, Impulse or Kid Flash?
1. I don't know. But I wouldn't assume anything of the sort.
2. What you see is what you get.
3. Impulse. (Haven't we CLEARLY established this - even back when you posted this question?)
Does Wonder Woman's Lasso have its truth powers in your version? I'm guessing Wonder Girl's doesn't have its Zeus' lightning powers or she would have used it by now...?
1. Honestly, I haven't decided. I'm leaning toward a version of it. You can't lie when tied up by it, but you can't be compelled to tell the truth either - or compelled to do anything. And, of course, lying isn't the same as being wrong. So untruths can be told, if the teller believes them.
2. No lightning powers.
I was wondering if you read Hellboy at all? It just occurred to me recently that the use of folklore and mythology in the series is kind of in the same vein as Gargoyles!
I've read some Hellboy and seen both movies. I see some overlap, though we did Gargoyles long before I read any Hellboy.
If you were given the opportunity to write a comic based on one of the young heroes that you have used, who would it be?
I'm writing a comic. It's called Young Justice. Check it our.
To start, I want to let you know that YJ is currently my favorite show, and I can't wait to see it each week.
My question is about Kyle Rayner. I remember hearing that in the past on multiple DC shows, certain characters (notably Nightwing in JLU and Donna Troy/Wonder Girl in almost ANYTHING) were off limits due to licensing issues (or something to that effect, I was never great at the legalese). I also noted that Kyle Rayner's only appearances as a Green Lantern were in Superman: TAS (where they made him into Hal Jordan with a different name) and briefly in JLU (where he had very little characterization). In many other shows and movies based off DC lore, when Kyle is supposed to be the Green Lantern in question (Justice League: Doom), or at the very least, could exist as one, he is passed over, more frequently than any of the other Lanterns in 2814. Is this a licensing issue, or is it something else entirely? From what I've read, Kyle isn't an unpopular character.
It is not - as far as I know - a legal issue. No one has told me he's off limits. But I can't speak for what the situation was on past series.
I have some questios regarding Lex Luthor.
Do you think he would get along with Xanatos?
Is He as smart as Xanatos?
Would David Xanatos be a member of the light if he lived in earth 16?
I know it is never going happen becuase one is from DC and one is from Disney/Marvel. But I would love to see the two of them interacting.
How would you do an episode with Lex and Xanatos?.(I don't consider this one a spoiler or an original idea becuase copyright will never allow this to ever happen).
2. See, now, the Hulk is more powerful because the madder he gets, the stronger he gets. But the Thing can still beat him if he keeps his wits about him.
3. I'm not interested in those kind of hypotheticals.
4. I wouldn't.
Hello Greg I just wanted to apologize for my superman complaining and ask some questions regarding him.
As a fan I am a bit tired of writers using him just to make batman look cool.I think he is a great character, that few people are actually able to write well (many writers complain that he is too powerful).
When I saw him treating superboy as a brother. I regretted every word I said. You gave is a flawed yet true to the character that is Superman.
On to my questions!
1.-Do you think it is possible to write a superman show as great as past batman shows have been?
2.-Have you considered a superman show?
3.- How has superman survived against lex Luthor. I know superman is the super powered one... But he is too nice and naive while Lex is perhaps as smart as Xanatos.
Thank you for your time!
2. Not specifically, since I don't own Superman, it's not up to me. But I'd be game to try.
3. Observe for yourself.
Hi the awesome job with the show.
My favorite new character is wonder girl!. I would like to ask about wonder girl's powers and origin.
I think you have hinted that she isn't an amazon.
In the show Wonder woman said that she "would tell her mother" and you said that her religion was Christianity with a "new found respect on pagan"
1.-was she ever a normal human or is she an amazon?
2.-How did she gained her powers? (genetics?)
1. Depends what you mean by 'normal', I guess - but the short answer is NEITHER.
2. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
When the Magus handed over the Grimorum to Mary and Finella after casting the "teleport to Avalon" spell, why didn't he tear out and destroy the page with the teleportation spell? He had seen Hakon tear out and destroy another of the Grimorum's pages, so he knew that it could be done; and it would prevent Constantine from pursuing them to Avalon even if he did obtain the Grimorum.
The book was so holy to him, I don't think the thought occured. I mean, why not destroy the entire thing? It just wasn't the way he was trained.
What spell was cast by Zatanna in "Satisfaction"?
Brag su rof elttab!
Aside from Batman, does Dick Grayson idolize a particular hero?
I think he likes them all, but might be particularly impressed with Superman and Black Canary.
On another post you said that the pentagram's symbols in "Misplaced" had been inspired by My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic. Was that a joke or were you being serious? None of the cuttie marks resemble any of those symbols.
If you were kidding, then where did you base those symbols on?
I was kidding.
And I have no idea what - if ANYTHING - the symbols were based on.
Why is Batman the only one who cares so strongly about his and Robin's secret identities? I mean, why were Kid Flash and Speedy allowed to tell everyone their names but not Dick?
Flash doesn't feel as strongly about it.
Mr. Greg Weisman,
In the Season One finale, Superman had told Superboy of his own secret identity as Clark Kent. When Superboy reacted to this revelation, was his reaction based mostly towards the fact because he now realized that they shared the same last name in the episode, or mostly towards the fact because Conner had met Clark Kent in Young Justice issue #20 (as indicated by the flashbacks) and not realizing at the time that Clark was actually Superman?
Hi Greg, I just saw the newest episode of Young Justice,of March since comic wise one of Dick Grayson's birthdays is listed as March 21 or the first day of Spring. Was this intentional or not? It's pretty funny since Wally got November 11, and now Conner has March 21. Was this just another coincidence or what?
Thank you a good episode, can't wait for the next one. :)
I'm sorry, I don't really understand what you're asking. Was what a coincidence?
Mostly, March 21st was chosen as Conner's 'birthday' because (a) the timing made sense vis-a-vis what we already know, and (b) it's my son Benny's birthday.
Back again! Hopefully you didn't have to go through all the lists that were ahead of me when I posted this, but if you did I pray for your sanity. Anyways, thanks for the answers you gave me last time. Here's a few more questions:
1) I love how you've fleshed out the Martians in this universe (Hope to see some Red Martians in the comic or on the show), but I wanted a clarification on their weakness: Is their weakness to fire purely based around heat, or is it more of an innate psychological fear of fire?
2) In "Earthlings", it's mentioned that the word "Krolotean" might as well mean "thief", indicating they are basically a race of criminals. So are Kroloteans supposed to be GOOD at what they do (tech thievery, infiltration, etc), or are they sort of a bargain basement criminal enterprise? Just wondering if the Light took the lowest bidder when it came to planning an alien invasion.
3) We know Earth has three Green Lanterns, but traditionally there are only two per sector. Are there different rules for the YJ Green Lantern Corps, or is one of them part of the Green Lantern Honor Guard (Elite Lanterns who are not bound by individual sectors)? If the latter, is it Guy Gardner? If not, WHY is he not when he is obviously superior to the others?
4) Conner is now attending Ivy University, judging by "Satisfaction". What's his major and is Ivy Town as crazy as it is in the comics? Oh, and nice job sneaking in "The Mysteries of Udolpho" in a second time.
5) I know that the production team was always planning on a 5-year timeskip. Was the idea of doing this inspired by the Legion of Superheroes' "5 Years Later" skip, or is that complete coincidence?
Thanks again for your time!
2. They have their skills.
3. The rules are slightly different in Milky Way-16.
4. History, I'd think.
4a. Ivy Town's no crazier than anywhere on Earth-16.
5. Coincidence - if it even rises to the level of coincidence.
Can you explain how Wally is Bart's first cousin once removed? Thank you :)
Wally is first cousin to Bart's father.
Does Red Arrow have the same fingerprints as the original Roy Harper/Arsenal?
I would think so, but I have to admit, I don't know for certain how fingerprints are formed.
Concerning the titles of the next two episodes in Young Justice Invasion ("Darkest" and "Before the Dawn"), I was wondering if they were a reference to the song Shake It Out by Florence and the Machine or if that was just a pure coincidence?
"It's always darkest before the dawn." is a very old phrase that pre-dates both our series and the birth of Florence or the Machine.
Do Miss Martian's Green siblings get looked down on or discriminated against for having a White father even though they aren't White themselves?
1. In season 2 of young justice, is the hologram of the dead Robin in episode 8 satisfaction, Jason Todd or a brand new robin invented for the show based on Jason?
2. When the original Roy Harper fired a Rocket Launcher at a building, was that a reference to Batman: Under the Red Hood?
3. Was it always planned from season one of young justice to have two Roy Harpers, each of them becoming or about to become in original Roys case, one of the two identities, Red Arrow and Arsenal?
1. Jason Todd.
2. Hmm. Not consciously...
Hello once again, Mr. Weisman.
I've read in the archives that, for the Gargoyles comics, you mentally cast actors for characters who didn't appear/speak in the original series, as well as imagining the voices of the original actors for pre-existing characters. Do you do the same for the Young Justice comics?
Thank you for taking the time to answer my question.
Why did Nightwing say, "We're crash" in Bloodlines?
He was quoting Impulse.
According to one of your earlier answers, Wonder Woman is 90 years old as of Invasion. How exactly is she so long lived? Is it an Amazon thing, do they only age to a certain point?
They don't age on Themyscira.
I would love to say thank you for providing us with shows like young justice and spectacular spiderman with all the twists and turns in the story line.
For spectacular spiderman, i was fooled that harry was the green goblin when it actually norman. Just when i thought i had the Green Goblin so played out (making the harry seem so obvious) and yet so deviated (making it Harry instead of the traditional Norman), I was wrong.
I loved how the show kept with the original story of the Green Goblin AND found a surprising and original way to tell it. That's what i call killing 2 birds with stone.
Same goes for young justice, how Red Arrow accuses Miss martian, Artemis and Superboy of being the mole when it was Roy. I admit myself i thought it would be artemis which roy was suspicious and when i found out he was the mole, i thought to myself hypocrite but when i found out he was a clone and a sleeper agent?! Oh my....
I love surprises like these keep it up!
1. Has Augustus Freeman ever encounteredand or known of older heroes like the JSA or the Mystery Men?
2. Is Augustus Freeman rich on the level of say Lex Luthor or just wealthy?
1. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
2. Just well-off.
Hello Greg and welcome back,
i would like to say in my opinion that spectacular spiderman is the best adaption since the 90's with great storylines and character development such as flash thompson's sense of honour in sports (Probably Cause) which really surprised as he is portrayed as an arrogant jerk.
I liked the themes of character development such as "defrosting the ice queen" e.g. Liz Allen warms up to Peter and becomes open minded (Interactions) and Sally Avril because concerned with peter's safety (Probably Cause) and showing a bit of compassion. Not to mention about Harry's transition from friend to a jerk when he becomes popular which i like to call "Acquired social narcissism".
The characters hated towards spiderman are well understandable e.g. J jonah jameson's anger towards spiderman after rival papers sold well with front covers of spiderman than the bugle's front cover of his son miraculously and heroically piloted the shuttle to safety against impossible odds of survival. I would be annoyed if that happened to me.
I liked how the series show a more human peter parker and how he can be portrayed as a sleaze and quite an opportunist as would be willing to take any opportunity which would benefit him and other people he knows in the long run if how could avoid the consequences e.g. Taking photos of the lizard but disclosing Dr conners as the lizard from the public to win the prize money for his aunty, however that minor consequence can build up major consequence e.g. miles warren managed to get a that pic of the lizard to uses to blackmail Dr conners into giving up control of his lab to miles after dr. conners said his research was a "dead end".
I would like to say thank you for producing a spectacular series of spiderman and even though it's cancelled i continue to use my imagination.
P.s. Ignore the haters and continue doing what you do best.
I would like to say thank you for producing animated series like young justice and spectacular spiderman especially. I'm sorry to hear about your loss and i hope things will get better.
There are a few questions if you don't mind me ask but:
1) In spectacular spiderman, why did peter chose liz instead of gwen first and did he even like liz at all? is it because peter is seen as a nerd and liz is popular and attractive and he chose to be with Liz because it would boost his credibility and change peoples perceptions of him?
2)Why did mary-jane decide to give gwen stacy a makeover? is it because to help her self-confidence or to make peter notice gwen more and make him realise that gwen is the girl for him? or is it because even though peter was with liz, she never gave up on helping gwen to get with peter because she believes there's a connection between them? Because this love triangle between peter, liz and Gwen caught my interest.
1. I think Peter was immature. Liz was there and kissing him. She declared she was his girlfriend, and he wanted a girlfriend, and he got... distracted by her. I don't think it had anything to do with popularity. And I do think he liked Liz. I think he still does. He just LOVED Gwen.
Hi its good to have young justice back. So my first two questions are directed at the lastest episode or at least ths lastet episode there was when i posted this.
1.Arsenel(the first roy but for simpcity sake) seemed to be able to fight extremely well given his handicap, not to mention the fact that he just got out of the hospital. Could just elaborate a little how he could do this, when he also had to use different tatics compared to his eariler training. Also is red arrow more skilled than aresenl given he had three extra years of training with green arrow?
2. I know you may have said this eariler, but I am curious about how important a character rocket was in the first season. Compared to zatanna who was introduced sooner and was shown working with the team before she actually joined, it felt like rockets entry was rushed. Was that intentional or just part of script changes?
3. Final question is about the finale of season 1. The light put in alot of time and effort into creating starro tech which can subdue any hero, over a period of several months, yet the team was able to create a counter to it in less than a day. It really seems to me that was a bit of a deux ex machina. I guess my question is did you only do that to clear the board for season 2?
1a. Shrug. He was motivated.
2. I don't think her entry was rushed at all. It just came later in the series. And she was set-up by multiple cameo appearances previously.
3. No. We felt we had set up the players who could counter the Starro-Tech, given a sample for reverse-engineering purposes.
Any characters that you don't like that everyone else you know seems to love? Doesn't have to be DC, it can be any character in general.
Um... none spring to mind this second.
Some of my friends are curious about certain parts of the last season. I'm very, very, very sorry if these come off as rude or accusatory to you and the crew. I love the work you're doing, but they're really up in arms over certain things and misconstruing certain scenes in the worse possible ways. I figure the best way to calm them down is to get answers straight from the source.
Why did the Light need Roy's entire arm for cloning? Wouldn't some blood or a finger have been enough?
Why did the others but Clone!Roy give up on looking for Original!Roy? Why did they say Original!Roy was never their friend and tell Clone!Roy to give up searching for him?
Again, I apologize for this, I tried to clean up the questions as best I could without messing up the point of the question. Honestly, they'll never let this go unless they hear the answer straight from the creator's Q&A blog. Again, I think you're doing a great job and I hope you and the rest of the cast and crew keep up the great work!
1. They wanted an on-going source of DNA, and didn't want to continually have to defrost him and refrost him to get it.
2a. There was always a suspicion that Original Roy might be dead. As more and more leads led to dead ends, more and more people became convinced that he was.
2b. Robin and Kid Flash met Speedy AFTER the switch to Clone Roy was made. (This is flat-out STATED in the series.)
2c. See 2a.
Did you have plans of pitch or self produce a new original concept in form of series/comic?
I've tried pitching many times, but have yet to sell anything. Long ago, I had thoughts of self-producing, but it's just an economic impossibility for someone with my (lack of) financial resources.
When figuring out a character's birth date, do you ever draw from horoscope personality types? For instance, did you consider whether or not Wally was "a Scorpio" when you chose 11/11 for his birthday?
I have a question pertaining to the comics, on the newest edition #20, Rocket makes a comment about how Nightwing is still friends with all of his ex's, does this mean that he date Rocket as well in the five year time gap, the comic was a little unclear, sorry if its a spoiler!..?
It was actually Zatanna who made that comment. And I don't think it was all that unclear.
Does Bart Allen have photographic memory in Earth-16 like he does in the comics?
I you ever thought of creating a young justice like TV show for the marvel universe?
It's not up to me.
1. Who came up with the idea to have designations?
2. Is Black Lightning a school teacher on Earth 16?
3. How much fun did you have with the idea of four generations of speedsters taking on a Superman villian?
4. Do you have an origin story for the Joker or did you leave it vague like Alan Moore did?
5. Is Superman's cape kryptonian or is it hand made by Martha Kent?
1. I did.
2. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
3. A lot.
4. Maybe I'm misremembering Killing Joke, but I don't feel like Alan Moore left it vague at all.
5. Can it be both?
First off I love your work! You are amazing! While I have not seen Gargoyles I have seen Spectactular Spider-Man and my personal favorite TV show right now, YOUNG JUSTICE!!
I love all the twists and turns and unexpected events that happen and while I was a little worried over the 5 year time skip (I was so worried about where Wally was, he's my favorite) you eventually won me over again!
I love all the new characters, with Impulse and Blue Beetle quickly making my favorites list, and all the adventure and cliffhangers!
In short thank you for a wonderful series! I hope you get to do a season 3!! :D :D
Thanks for sticking with us.
Hey Greg, longtime fan and Great work as per usual, just a couple quick questions caused by the new roy.
1. The family inheritance and GA's trust fund left to Roy Harper as Speedy. I assume that Red Arrow has used it in maintaining his search for Arsenal, is this the case or does he get the money which primaril was intended for him?
2. The Arm(knew he get one off Lex and Mercy) is it given the title/name of Satisfaction? seemed apt given how it was referred to in the episode.
that's all really, loved the det cord.
1. There's nothing left to give to the original Roy.
2. What's with this obsession over naming the arm? I'm still leaning toward Maurice.
This is about what Fox's mother whispered to her.
Did she whisper something that we have now seen? I mean, did she tell Fox to do something and we saw Fox do it later in the series or comics, we just dont know it.
I'm not revealing this...
I read all of the new questions and I don't think I seen this one. If it was asked I'm sorry, but it got on my nerves having to read the post that were like a book!! My question is:
1. During Satisfaction when Sportsmaster was angry at Black Manta, in his "own way" was he upset that Artemis was dead and that was his way of venting or was it really just all about his ego?
I love this show!! You and your team are AMAZING!! I have been a fan since I was 10 and would watch Gargoyles. I have read were a lot of fans don't like the time skip...obviously they have never watched gargoyles were it would show the past, then the present. I love your work. I have had complete faith in you guys that I would not be disappointed, and so far I haven't. Thanks for all of your hard work!!!
1. I'll leave that to your interpretation.
And it's true, we did have a HUGE timeskip in Gargoyles. A thousand years. Five years is nothing, right?
You once said this to another person "The irony for me is that Red Arrow didn't understand how the Starro-Tech worked. If Aqualad HAD been possessed, Klarion would have had access to all Aqualad's memories and would still have been able to answer the question."
But couldn't have Red Arrow still know Aqualad was in control based on his emotions, something Klarion wouldn't have probably mastered?
1. How many years have Lexcorp been in business for on Earth 16?
2. Did the terror twins parents have superpowers?
1. I haven't calculated that, but LexCorp predates Superman's debut.
2. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
M'Gann said that she had a lonely childhood. So how were her parents and siblings to her? Especially her white father and brother?
I see some similarities between Miss Martian and Jean Grey from X-Men. Do you? Both are pretty redheads, basically unofficially named the sweetheart among their group, are psychics with incredible raw power and it has a dark side which threatens to consume - Jean Grey with her Phoenix alter ego and possibly Miss Martian with her white martian savage side. *Please note I know you are paving your own way with things but I also couldn't notice some things with between our two red-head pyschics.
SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
When you point out those similarities, I guess I can see them. But that wasn't our intent.
Hi Greg. Young Justice is absolutely amazing, please pass on my congratulations to the cast and crew for doing such an amazing job with an amazing series. A particular mention should go out to whoever assisted with molding the never ending contradiction and continuity error that is the DC Universe into such a succinct yet broad and rich world that is Earth-16. Well done. :)
I have a couple of questions about the latest episode, "Satisfaction". And just to say, WOW, what an episode to return from hiatus on. You sure this wasn't all planned out? ;) It just worked so perfectly.
1) The Cave's grotto scene was excellent, congrats on that. The statue of Tula depicted her in the same outfit she wore during "Downtime". Did Tula receive a costume when she became Aquagirl, or did she use that same outfit?
2) Real!Roy/Arsenal accepted a weaponized arm or sorts from Luthor towards the end of the episode. How could he be so trusting of Luthor; the man who kidnapped him, cloned him, and then left him frozen for 8 years?
3) While we're on the topic of it; is there a specific name given to Arsenal's new arm?
4) Possibly spoilery - who is Raquel marrying? Is it a significant character (i.e. member of League), or just some casual guy that works at the local fast food outlet?
5) Was Captain Cold merely after money prior to having his arse handed to him by the League and Team ladies?
Thanks very much. :)
Well, we planned on it being a kick-ass episode, but there was no way we could know when CN would choose to go on hiatus.
1. She used that outfit.
2. He wasn't.
3. Like 'Maurice' or something?
4. C'mon. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
5. Yep. Sometimes an armored car robbery is just an armored car robbery.
Can you give us a list of which directors will direct the remainder of the episodes for season 2?
I don't have one handy, but basically in Season Two, we had three rotating directors: Tim Divar, Doug Murphy and Mel Zwyer.
So Tim did episodes 201, 204, 207, 210, 213, 216 and 219.
Doug did episodes 202, 205, 208, 211, 214, 217 and 220.
Mel did episodes 203, 206, 209, 212, 215 and 218.
I think I got that right.
Hi Greg! I absolutely love what you and Brandon (not to mention the rest of the cast and crew) are doing with Invasion. I'm really enjoying it, in fact, now that I think about it, there's not an episode in Invasion which I haven't thoroughly enjoyed.
I was just wondering about the origins of the Justice League and its subsequent history. I understand this is spoiler territory, so I'll try to be fairly cautious of asking you for exact information.
1) We know from "Salvage" and "Alienated" that the Justice League came together to fight the Appellaxian invasion, and that the aliens' husks are on display in the Hall of Justice. In the comics, there are seven Appellaxians, however in "Young Justice" we've only ever seen four. Were the other three husks destroyed by the League, or were there only four Appellaxian invaders?
2) Was remaining a secret from the public a conscious decision made by the League, or did it just so happen that the public were oblivious to their operation for three years?
3) It wasn't for another 3 year following the League's formation that it became known the the public. Was this revelation directly linked with the Joker's discovery of the League's secret base in Mount Justice?
4) What was the League's roster at the time of Joker's discovery of the Cave, and the League going public?
5) I find it unlikely that this is a date you've nailed down, but if so, what month did the League form?
Thank again Greg, not just for answering our questions, but for making what I consider to be the best superhero television show since "Batman: The Animated Series". The tone of the series is nailed so perfectly, and there's nothing too far fetched which ever throws me out of the experience. I love the dynamic between all the characters, yes, even Lagoon Boy. :P
Fingers, arms, legs, toes, feet and eyes crossed for season three, and many more to follow!
1. There were seven. The other husks didn't survive the end of the confrontation.
4. The original seven plus Green Arrow, Hawkman and Hawkwoman.
5. February. And no, I haven't nailed down an exact date in February.
Why did Wonder Women decided to, if she did, to join the All-Star Squadron in 1941?
The short answer is Pearl Harbor. The longer answer involves Steve Trevor. And since, that's already WAY spoilerish, I'm not saying anything more.
Hey Greg! I will just start to say that both Young Justice and Spectacular Spider-Ma are amazing shows, and you and the rest of both crews did amazing jobs on those shows.
Also, I'm a huge Blue Beetle fan and love how you've portrayed him in this show thus far, and loved how you handled him in Beneath. Jaime's supporting was really important in the original comics, and even though you didn't include those characters (I totally understand why; it would have been odd to see any of Jaime's comic canon friends run away, not to mention La Dama) you managed to capture the spirit of the original comics and handled the character brilliantly.
As any specific questions about Blue Beetle and Blue Beetle characters will have to wait until the rest of season 2 airs, I have one question, and seeing as you mentioned the name of the aliens in a previous answer I assume I can say them here, but here are my two question;
1) What made you choose, out of all the aliens in the DC universe that could have invaded Earth, the Reach? From the comics I know that they are great villains, but I want to know what made you, as a show producer planning this intricate story, to choose them.
2) Also, I'm assuming you read all of Jaime's solo series because of how well you adapted him, so I'm curious; what was your favorite issue?
Thank you for your time, consideration, and this amazing show!
1. Actually, Mike Carlin suggested using the Reach - after we had already decided to use Jaime. Brandon and I read up on them, and thought they were perfect for our needs.
2. I'm not sure if I read literally every issue, but I read most of them. But this was now a couple years ago, and I don't remember the individual issues well enough to pick a favorite.
Were the Raw Toonage "He's Bonkers" shorts outlined/written/storyboarded/voice recorded before the Miranda episodes were, or after?
Simultaneously, more or less. As I recall, that is. It's been a long time.