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I was a huge fan of Young Justice when it was on air, and would even manage to wake up for it on Saturdays (Specifically for season 2) despite being a college student who loved to sleep in.
I especially loved Wally's character, and felt that he was the best character (With Robin/Nightwing being not too far behind with his constant prefix questioning)
My question is, which do you think caused the most people to react to Wally's sacrifice at the end of Season 2? The attachment to this specific Wally that you guys built up over two seasons, the fact that your Wally was the only remaining Wally in media at the time (As it would be a while before he was added back into comics), or the end of the show meaning that we might not know if he could ever return.
And heck, I'll add in another question. What was the inspiration for Dick's obsession with prefixes, and why he chose to use the non-prefixed words? Specifically Whelmed because that was always my favorite.
1. I can't speak for the fans. It sounds like all three of your suggestions played a role.
2. As I've stated many times before, Robin's "unwords" were inspired by actual conversations I had with my kids.
This might be a totally silly thing to ask, but it occurred to me today and has been bothering me...
If Nabu refuses to let Zatara remove the helmet of fate because he's afraid that neither Zatara nor anyone else would put it back on again, then how in the world does Zatara eat? There's no way to access his mouth with that helmet on 24/7. Does the host of Nabu no longer need to eat? And I'm not trying to be facetious, I'm 100% serious with this question. Like, in season two, Zatara has been Doctor Fate for over five years. Surely he's eaten something in that time? Or is his body sustained through magical means? Thanks for taking the time to answer all these questions!
Is Zatara still Doctor Fate in Season Two? What's your evidence for this?
In any case, I'm sure magic is useful for eating, bathing, etc.
Out of universe explanation for
1. Why was Hal used as one of the original seven members of the Justice League instead of John?
2. Why was Ray Palmer used as the Atom instead of Ryan Choi?
Beth Chapel is a skilled surgeon.
3. Why was Pieter Cross used instead of Beth Chapel?
1. Because, not counting Alan Scott, he was the first Green Lantern.
2. Because, not counting Al Pratt, he was the first Atom.
3. I honestly don't remember.
Who gets clothes and other things for Garfield when he was living at the cave? Who pays for Garfield's schooling at the cave?
His guardian is Megan Morse. But I imagine the League pays for his schooling.
Does John Stewart have a mentor within the Green Lantern Corps?
Probably more than one.
1. Does Cassie know what Robin's secret identity is Tim Drake?
2. If so, who told her?
3. Are Cassie Sandsmark and Tim Drake dating publicly?
4. Is the media aware?
5. Has Cassie been to a Wayne Foundation event with Tim?
1. No Spoilers.
2. See above.
3. Define publicly.
5. No Spoilers.
1. Does Dr. Mattie Harcourt live in Boston?
2. What type of medical doctor is she?
2. I'm guessing thorasic surgeon, but I'd have to do research to confirm that.
1. Is Holling Tye's grandfather on his father's side or his mother's?
2. Is Holling's wife alive or deceased?
3. Did Tye's father die before or after he was born?
4. How long has Tye's family, on both sides, lived in El Paso?
2. No spoilers.
4. I honestly haven't thought this through.
In Young Justice #14 Wyynde wears a golden diadem. A diadem is a crown worn by a king or queen as a symbol of royalty.
1. Is Wyynde royalty?
2. What Polis is he from?
Sorry, but no spoilers.
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