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It seems to me that you have become more forthcoming about answering questions about the team's sex lives. For example, I believe you confirmed that Wally and Artemis were sexually active. It seems to me that you would never have answered such a question while YJ was on Cartoon Network. Is this new openness because of the change in broadcasters? Will the DC streaming service have less stringent guidelines about depicting sex and sexuality? Or, do you not agree with the premise of my question.
Why did Artemis in 2010 not find out her fellow student Dick was robin when both dick and robin have the same voice ?
In the young justice universe is Miss Martian strong enough to lift and carry a six foot tall 20 year old human man with one hand ?
Was Megan Morse a cheerleader in collage like she was as a student of happy harbor high school ?
Hi Mr Greg, so glad to have this chance to ask you a question, and then some.
First, forgive me for my bad English, it's not my first language.
I just wanted to ask, from my understanding of coming from an Asian country, we really don't use terms like freshmen, sophomore, etc. And from my viewpoint (for highschool), 9th grade is freshmen, 10th grade is sophomore, 11th is junior. and 12th is senior (please correct me if I'm wrong). So in the first season, if all the members of the team and a few others had gone to normal high school in the U.S., would this list be correct? :
Freshmen : Robin (Dick), Barbara
Sophomore : Zatanna
Junior : Kid Flash, Artemis
Senior : Aqualad, Miss Martian, Superboy, Rocket
Thanks for your reply :) (if u do)
So, one of the complaints I've seen come up in discussions about Young Justice is that the villains are too well-prepared for any contingency, beyond what anyone could plan for, and it's hard to root for heroes when they can't make any progress against the villains' plans. And then I realized - well, why are we trusting a bunch of career liars and manipulators to actual say when something's caused them trouble? They'd do everything in their power to make it look like they're in control, always one step ahead, but looking at the actual evidence, we get a different story entirely.
Take Bereft - Superboy escapes capture, the League gets a heads-up that someone in Bialya is messing around with zeta-beams, Sphere is lost, and the Light's top telepath is soundly beaten, and yet none of that matters, because the delivery system was successfully tested... But who ever said the delivery system needed to be tested? It's a boom tube, which the New Gods have been using for centuries, tech that's as tried-and-true to them as anything, and there doesn't seem to be any reason to expect boom tubes to not work if they're being sent to Earth. Saying that it doesn't matter if they lost Sphere because the delivery system works is like saying it doesn't matter if someone breaks into your house and steals your new laptop, because you now know that the postal service that delivered it works fine. But no one in the Light would ever say something like that - they've all been spreading around a reputation of being masterminds, with goals and strategies as inevitable as the tides, so saying anything that would hint at doubt would never happen!
Or, let's look at Downtime and Misplaced. To hear the Light talk about it, getting the entire Starro organism is about the same as getting the sample from the lab, in terms of their plans, so Aqualad didn't really hurt their plans all that much. But looking at it long-term - one member of the Team, on his day off, forced the Light to adjust their plans from 'acquire a nearly endless supply of Starro-samples in one night while no Justice Leaguers are able to interfere, then begin combining it with the Fog, then spend the time until Red Arrow's induction fine-tuning the Starro-tech' to 'wait and plan for months, carry out a massive ritual that draws the attention of every superhero in the world, and in the process bring back the only mystic being that can match Klarion and lose 4 of the Light's top mystic muscle to him, all to acquire a tiny fraction of the original biomass.' Even if in the end they still got the Starro-sample, they still had to go to a lot more trouble and pay a higher price for it.
The Light is a threat, yes, but they're not omnipotent or omniscient, much as they'd like to convince their minions, their enemies, and we the audience otherwise. And I really can't wait to see S3, where they finally have to deal with a Team that can plan and scheme as well as they can.
No question, just some comments, if I may. Isn't it interesting, my brother, how art can imitate life? And isn't it interesting how life can imitate art? Would it not be fascinating if Oberon and Titania were real, if they were alive today, incarnated somewhere? Or if the great Shakespeare himself was still alive? Or even Macbeth and Gruoch? Imagine the story-lines of Shakespearean dramas and the Gargoyles' Universe and "real" life merging together into a time-traveling, epic smorgasbord spread out over thousands of years and becoming so intertwined that discerning truth from within the infinite details would become almost impossible. It's frightening, if one spends any time thinking about it. Truth would be a scarce jewel in such a deep and muddy quagmire. Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" isn't as fetching to me as to you and I think the reason is because I know how Shakespeare intended to finish that story. There aren't very many of us who do and luckily for everyone, it won't go as Shakespeare planned. But, Titania? Wouldn't it be mesmerizing and thrilling to see our dear Ceres again? Imagine a reunion like that, my brother. I'm looking forward to seeing you there.
Who give beast boy a hair cut in young justice universe ?
Who got Garfield that hello megan poster in his room at mount justice ?
Has miss martian shape shifting into any of characters from the from the show hello megan other megan morse since she been watching it on mars and on earth and if so which characters other than megan morse did m'gann shape shifting into ?
GargWiki.net has answers for all your Gargoyles questions.
Includes episode commentaries by co-creator Greg Weisman, interviews with the cast, and a documentary on the fan convention.