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why was young justice push back to 2019
Did Topo ever get that "impure" brand removed?
I read somewhere that you legally can't be exposed to ideas, or something like that. Does this mean you cannot read fanfictions, browse the Tumblr tag etc? How does it impact you and/or the creative process?
What did Dr. Dorado mean when he said the meta-gene was opportunistic?
Hello Greg! (And Greg's moderator team!) I love Young Justice and I'm so happy for Season 3. My favourite character by far is Bart Allen aka Impulse aka Kid Flash II, and I'm absolutely elated that he's looking to be a major character in Season 3. That being said, there's not much to know about him, so I decided to ask you about him and the show in general.
1. I read in an earlier response that the Garricks enrolled him to school when he moved in with them. How much formal education had he received before he came to the past?
2. I actually loved the character so much that I read the Impulse comics from 1998 and I noticed that his Impulse costume is slightly different in the cartoon, this sorta arrowed line thing instead of a lightning bolt thing. His hair is also much shorter. Is there any reason behind the change?
3. With Wally's death, was his designation in the Zeta computer deleted or disabled in any way? Especially since his hero handle is now being used by Bart.
4. Speaking of Zeta designations, in season 1 Speedy/Red Arrow just ordered the computer to "update" his designation. Is it really that easy to change your designation, or was he just making a point and had to later update it officially?
5. Secret aka Greta Hayes was a main member of the comic version of Young Justice, but in the cartoon, she's just a one-episode wonder. Is there any reason behind the change?
I'm glad you're doing such wonderful work with Young Justice and I'm looking forward to season 3.
1. How old was Dick when he became Nightwing.
2. How long did Jason Todd act as Robin.
Not a question. Just letting you know, my six year old daughter loves Gargoyles and was ranting that the bad guys were being mean to the Gargoyles. She'd make a great advocate for them. And she loves what you guys did with the comics. I had to change some of the words that my daughter does not need to learn yet. But that's okay. I hope someday you will be able to keep up the good work.
have you ever consider a crossover for young justice
Why did T.O. Morrow want to destroy the Justice Society and the Justice League?
Were the members of the Injustice League chosen because they look very similar to the Light's white silhouettes?
* Wotan has Ra's al Ghul's hairstyle.
* Ultra-Humanite's head looks like The Brain.
* Count Vertigo has a slender appearance like Lex Luthor.
* Black Adam is as bulky as Vandal Savage.
* Atomic Skull looks armored enough to pass off as Ocean Master.
* Joker is skinny and has an interesting hairstyle, much like Klarion.
* Poison Ivy and Queen Bee are both token females with long hair.
Huge fan of your work. I've seen both Gargoyles and Young Justice, and I 'm working my way through the SW Rebels Blu-Rays I recently bought. Anyway, I'm aware your book Rain of the Ghosts is based on a pitch to Dreamworks that didn't end up going to series. Have you ever considered trying to pitch it to Netflix or Amazon and see if it can be realized as a series? Hopefully not too invasive of a question. Thank you in advance.
Did Miss Martian ever try to fix the minds of the Kroloteans and other victims she brain-fried like with Aqualad? A lot of us didn't really think learning her lesson was enough.
Is there a character in comics that is your personal favorite that you'd like to bring to life in an animated show given the chance?
What are your thoughts on Jordan Peele wanting to do a live-action Gargoyles movie?
1. How does Martian shapeshifting influence health? What happens if a Martian is shot? Do they just shapeshift back any damaged body parts?
2. How far have Martians traveled throughout the galaxy?
3. Does Mars have nations or a united planetary government?
How physically strong are gargoyles exactly? We've seen them perform many impressive feats of strength over the course of the series that no human could ever match without some form of augmentation (bionic enhancements, genetic mutations, power armor, sorcery, etc), but if possible I'd like to know just how powerful they actually are, like, how much weight can the average gargoyle lift in comparison to a well above average gargoyle like Goliath or Demona? How many pounds? Or dare I say, tons? Like humans obviously not all gargoyles represent the pinnacle of their kind's athletic potential, hence why I listed Goliath & Demona as examples of peak physical performance, but even the weakest of gargoyles are seriously tough customers, as Lex has demonstrated more than once despite his size, or Hudson despite his age. So, yeah, I'd love to know how the strength levels of gargoyles ranging from below average, average, and above average, AKA strongest. Thanks for your time!
I'm an aspiring writer. But mainly just as a hobby. Yes I know, writers who write for fun will likely never become accomplished writers.
Bit of dark humor aside, um. I seem to be stuck in a creative rut.
For the past seven months I've made up ideas for superhero stories. Yet, every time, I get quite far into the creative process, and my mind just disconnects. I end up lacking motivation to write, I scrap the idea, and I start over.
I was wondering if you had any advice from writing Gargoyles, or really anything else, that might be able to help me out of this cycle I find myself in time and again.
Just began watch ing Y.J. in preparation for Season 3. So far, it's AWESOME! Though one thing puzzles me a bit. Now,personally, I didn't really have too much of a problem with it, but I was greatly curious; why WAS Superman so uncomfortable around Superboy when he first met him and for so long afterward.
My personal guess is that in addition to being disconcerted with fact that there was a clone of him in the world, he had had such bad experiences with Kryptonian clones in the past-*koff Bizarro koff*- he wasn't used to the idea that there was actually a clone of him that wasn't trying to hurt him or his family and friends. He didn't know how to act around Conner except with suspicion.
Still, there seemed to be something else. Was there something I missed?
Thanks and good luck with Y.J. Season 3,
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In "Future Tense" Puck depicted Demona & Brooklyn as mates, now obviously that's not happening considering Brook found Katana & started a family, but was there ever a point in time in which you were seriously considering the idea of a reformed Demona hooking up with Brooklyn in the future? OR, was Demona & Brooklyn's illusionary relationship meant to be a hint towards the eventual pairing up of Delilah and Malibu later on? Or was that all just coincidence and Puck's "shipping" of Demona & Brooklyn was never meant to be a clue as to their future or the futures of their clones? I only ask because I was always interested by Puck's ominous warning to Goliath regarding how his portrayal of the future, while not one hundred percent accurate, could still give hints as to the possible futures of the gargoyles as well as their friends and foes, i.e. like how although Lexington himself didn't turn evil as he did in Puck's illusion, his clone did indeed "join the darkside" by siding with Thailog. Thanks for your time!
My sincerest apologies if this has been asked before, but I couldnât find an answer on here or on the YJ wiki so I donât believe it has. I know Jâonn Jâonnz was transported to Earth in 1955, but what year did he officially debut as the Martian Manhunter?
How does the commitment ceremony worked? Is it a gargoyle tradition of mating or similar to a wedding? Has there been a humans and gargoyles that can have sex?
1) Was the decision to have season 3 feature the Outsiders solely yours and Brandon's decision? Or, did your bosses give you a mandate?
2) Did management give you any kind of mandate about anything in season 3 or were and Brandon given carte blanche?
3) Are you allowed to talk about this? Or, would this be covered by a non-disclosure agreement?
Is it possible for a Gargoyle to be on the Autism spectrum?
Hey again, Greg...
A question I've often wondered but never really got around to asking. Given that Clan Leaders tend to have pretty broad and unilateral powers, does the Gargoyle Way allow any recourse for a Clan dealing with an abusive Leader?
Hi Greg, I read somewhere you're a big X-Men fan. Now that I think about it, I do see some surface similarities between Brooklyn and Scott Summers. Would you say there was some inspiration there or no?
Congrats on Young Justice being continued. Always great if fans fighting for the favorite shows succeed.
I really liked Rain of the Ghosts and Spirits of Ash and Foam. Will you write Masque of Bones now things are going well again? The book series is as good as Gargoyles was both in quality, imagination and depth of characters and story arc... books so brillant should be continued. PLEASE!
There seems to beca real resurgence in the interest in "Gargoyles"... Funko POPs, talk of a live-action film, and of course next year marking the 25th anniversary. I'm seeing so many fans come out of the woodworks. Given that so much time has passed since the series began and ended, how do you feel seeing the fanbase alive and well and thriving?
How did Queen Bee know her pheromones would affect Marie Logan? Can Queen Bee intuitively sense which people will be affected by female pheromones? Or, does she have to rely on trial and error to find out?
Did Miss Martian tell her uncle john that she meet Marie Logan the person who play Megan Morse on HELLO MEGAN and if so what did martian manhunter think about it ?
1. Did Roy knew that Artemis and Cheshire are sisters at the end of season 1? If the answer is no then when he find out?
2. Who told him? Was that Artemis or someoneelse?
How do you like the plays of Checkhov? In particular, did you enjoy the 1962 black and white version of The Cherry Orchard with Judi Dench as Anya and John Gielgud as Leonid?
Hi Greg. I just had a few questions regarding the Marvel Legacy one-shot from last year.
1. Did you get a chance to read it?
2. If so, what are your thoughts on what happened to Starbrand in it?
3. Were you asked for your input into it at all?
I have some questions about Macbeth and his family:
1)Is Macbeth religious? I imagine he was a Catholic back in the eleventh century, but in the present day, is he lapsed or what?
2)How much does Mac know of what happened to his family after his "death"? I suppose he knows that Luach and Bodhe died in battle, but does he know that Grouch commited suicide?
3)If yes, did that color his suicidal behavior in the present day?
Does Black Lightning's prominence in Outsiders have anything to do with you or your bosses wanting to create some synergy with WB's Black Lightning series? Or, was it part of your plan all along to make BL an important player in season 3? Is the fact that there is now a live action Black Lightning series just a coincidence?
Does the Light really believe it can play Darkseid the way they played the Reach? The very thought brings a smile to my face.
Hi Mr. Weisman,
Saw the promotional poster for Young Justice: Outsiders, but I'm surprised the poster did not have the logo on it...
Hey, Greg I'm really excited about Young Justice: Outsiders. I loved the first two seasons and I'm a big fan of Hawkwoman. I would love for her to get more development in this season. My question is: What made you choose to put Shayera Thal as the Hawkwoman in your series and not the popular Shayera Hol? Have a nice day!
Hi Greg! One of the people you follow on Twitter is making false claims to police that local comic stores refusing to carry certain books are involved in pedophile rings (aka pizzagating). Is this something you are aware of?
Hi Greg-- looking forward to the new season of YJ. I know we always get excited when new, licensed Gargoyles merch hits the market so I wanted to make you aware of this:
I've already preordered 2. I imagine good sales will lead to future releases so buy, buy, buy & spread the word!!
Is David Bowie exists in Earth-16? The Beatles?
Does Wolf have romantic feeling for Fox during their time as members of The Pack?
When Demona had the Phoenix Gate(Vows), why didn't she use it to transport some of the members of her clan to present day Scotland instead of bringing her younger self to the year 994?
Could Queen Bee's power influence a female who was not conscious of her own same-sex attraction? Or, I suppose, fail to effect a male who was not aware of his own same-sex attraction?
Marie Logan seemed annoyed by the team's presence. Was it just because of M'Gann's uncanny resemblance to her, or is she generally unfriendly?
Hi Greg. I'm going to ask for a spoiler only because it is a spoiler you have already given us.
Years ago, you said that a villain from the YJ:Legacy would play a role in season 3 - if it ever happened. Is that still the case? (I'm guessing you were referring to Tiamat as she is the only villain specific to Legacy.)
Also, is the general plan you had for season 3 the same as it was when you completed season 2? I guess you'll be able to talk more freely about this after Outsiders has aired.
Hey, Greg! How you're doing? Can you name all the creators of the show? It always bothered me that I can't find this info anywhere, and I think they deserve credit for the amazing show they created. :)
Hey. I was just watching one of my favorite TV shows ever, Ben 10. And while watching I discovered that you wrote not only the best episode of the show objectively, Ben 10,000, but also my personal favorite episode Under Wraps. I just wanted to say thank you. You did a great job making a great show even better. What was it like working with those guys on that show if you remember. I know it was a long time ago.
How would you describe the difference between Atlanteans in a taxonomic sense. Are they different species or different races. Is it like the difference between Homo Sapiens and Homo Neanderthals or is is the difference between Caucasians and Africans?
What happen to Marie LOGAN and Garfield Logan's house in 2011 after Marie Logan died ?
1) Have you ever attended a con in Canada?
2) Have you ever been invited to a con in Canada?
3) I may have mentioned this already but I suggested you as a guest for the Toronto fan-expo in August. Is this something you would be interested in attending?
Hello Greg, I deeply enjoyed the Traveler Warcraft novels that you worked on. I am a roleplayer who enjoys writing stories about the Warcraft universe, but Blizzard has a tendency to be inconsistent with explaining things about their universe and leaving a lot of blank spots. Your novel has added so much to the world so far. One thing eludes me though...
We know very little about how Dryads reproduce or how they age and about their life cycles. Book 2 had some hints, but there's still many questions left to answer. What about Frost Nymphs from Northrend? What about Lunara who predates the Kaldorei civilization? There's many questions to ask, but my main one is the following:
Will we learn more about Dryads in book 3?
1. Mr Weisman, will you be attending any conventions this year or next?
2. If so, will any of them be near Arkansas?
In the comics, Shimmer's power is to transmute matter but on YJ her power seems to be to melt or disintegrate stuff. I'm just wondering what the motive was for the change. Did you think her original power was too powerful? Was it just to switch things up? Or, was it for some other reason I haven't thought of?
Some Captain Marvel questions:
1) In Alpha Male, Captain Marvel flies all the way from India to Fawcett City in a few hours. Is it safe to assume Cap can fly at least at the speed of sound and possibly beyond?
2) Does Captain Marvel heal faster than a normal human?
3) Would the courage of Achilles protect Cap from fear based attacks from villains such as Phobia (of the Brotherhood of Evil)?
Do Superboy and Superman heal faster than a normal human? Is that part of their invulnerability?
I was looking at some of your responses from 2001 and I noticed a response that indicated that the New Olympian Clan population was around a hundred Gargoyles. This seemed a rather low number for a clan that lives in relative isolation and safety. Lower even then the canonical 198 of the London Clan; so naturally Iâm quite curious about it.
1) Why is the New Olympian Clan population so low?
2) Which of the still surviving Gargoyle Clans has the highest population?
How do you plan out a story Spider-Man?
1a. Will Superman and Superboy actually die if they are deprived of oxygen for long enough? Or just be left unconscious?
1b. How long does it take without oxygen for them to die/be left unconscious?
2a. You've said that M'gann and J'onn need to breathe oxygen, but they come from Mars where there is little oxygen in the atmosphere. Is this because they have taken mostly human forms on Earth, even internally?
2b. How do M'gann and B'arzz breathe when they are in their true Martian forms?
2c. Do Martians breathe on Mars, and if so, what do they breathe?
Hello again Mr. Weisman!
I know you've made Radio Plays of Cross overs with Gargoyles, Spider-Man, and Young Justice! Which leads me to this Question if you don't mind!
Is There by chance any Other Particular Disney Animated Series, Like The ones from Disney Channel or any other the other Disney Afternoon shows, That you would like to Cross Over with 'Gargoyles'?
What was last year did Marie Logan have a job as a actor?
At what age sporstsmaster thought Artemis to archery?
In the episode Terrors, Ojo is about to blow Superboy's cover. But, before he can do it, Miss Martian telepathically compels him to blurt out the name Tommy Terror instead. Question: did Miss Martian merely use her powers to confuse Ojo who was probably already disoriented because of the fight? Or, was M'Gann exerting some kind of mind control? I wasn't aware M'Gann had mind control abilities. Does she?
Hey, Greg. Love the Spectacular Spiderman and I've noticed some visual references to the Raimi films(quite a few actaully) but I'm sure there are many more that i missed. Can you point them out besides those?:
Pic in the bugle of spidey stiking to a wall like he does in Spiderman 1 festival parade, Him swinging in the like in, landing on the train and jumping on the building twards the train like in Sm2, the arms binding to doc ock's back, spidey throwing a piece from the highscool fountain like he throws that piece of clock at doc ock in 2, falling airfight with venom in the highscool like the one at the building site in 3.
First, let me thank you. IÂ´ve been a big fan of yours since the GargoylesÂ´ days. IÂ´m an amateur self-publishing comicbook writer and you have been one of my biggest creative inspirations.
I only want to ask one question:
With Young Justice returning, do you know if there are any plans to reprint the YJ tie-in comicbooks? I want to buy them to get the full Young Justice experience but they are very expensive right now.
Thanks again and I wish you the best.
Greetings Greg, as a fan you and your shows I have to ask.
If you could combine Spectacular Spider-Man with Young Justice (or just Marvel and DC in general), what do you think Spider-Man's relationship with each member of The Team and Justice League would be like?
1) Who would be his best friend on the team?
2) Who would be his Love interest?
3) Who would be his Justice League Mentor?
4) Which YJ villain would be his rival?
Greg...I am a big fan of Young Justice. And I wanted knows:
1-does the heroes with super strenght are able of holding back even when impaired mentally?
I am asking this because during the Mission on Bee Queenâs kingdom, Conner have punched many soldiers without killing or causing severe damage to them, even in a Berserker like rage. Plus even when mentally controlled, heroes like Clark, Bruce and Barry refuses , even if an subconscious level refuse to break their vows of never takes a life.
2-Is Darkseid enought strong to defeat Superboy with flicker of his finger?
I ask this because on recent midia, Darkseid is depicted as powerful enought to manhandle Superman,and took the entire JL(Clark, Barry, Hal, Arthur, Diana, Bruce and Jâonn) to defeat the lord of Apokolips.
3- have the JL fought against Darkseid before the beginning of Young Justice?
I am asking this because nor even Dick( during season 1) shows knowledge of Apokolips existence.
4-during the pilot of Young Justice: Grayson shown surprise on the Watchtower existence, despite his hacker prowess.
This implies Batmanâs greatest secrets he hides on his own mind and not leaves them on Computer, where someone could potentially hack information.
1.When did Jade found out that her sister is dating kid flash? (I'm not asking about a specific date. I'm asking did she found out like a week after that happen or mount or mounts)
2. What we her reaction? Was she happy? Did she wanted to mess whit Artemis about her dating him?
Did Wally and Artemis break up at some point (in 5 years gap between season 1 and 2) and then got back together? Or they stayed together the whole 5 years?
I know you don't work for Disney, but regarding their upcoming streaming service and Spectacular Spider-man, I am curious about something. Assuming they would want to add the show, could they or would they be unable to since Sony still holds the show's rights.
So I wonder about something and I decided to ask you but you'll probably say "No spoilers" but I'm gonna try anyway:
1. Was Zatanna Robin's first girlfriend and was Robin Zatanna's first boyfriend? Was robin Zatanna's first kiss?
2. Was Superboy Megan's first boyfriend and first kiss? I think its obvious about superboy so I'm gonna skip him.
3. Was Wally Artemis's first boyfriend and first kiss? Was Artemis Wally's first girlfriend and first kiss?
When did Earth-16 Jefferson Pierce begin as Black Lightning?
I always imagined Wally and Jade liking each other for some reason, and then it hit me: Jade is like a darker, nastier, sultrier version of Artemis. So, my questions are:
1) Do Wally and Jade like each other?
2) Was it your intention to have the two sisters mirror each others personalities to some extent? Or, am I imposing my own interpretation after the fact?
Hi there Greg in regards to Young Justice, since the cancellation in 2013 and the revival now, have major ideas changed since then? Anything that would be considered a spoiler that you've decided against/change it?
Do you remember Superman: TAS?
There was an episode in which Darkseid creates a nuclear fireball and shoots it towards the center of the world to turn Earth into a second apocalypse. Superman stops the fireball by drilling up and down through the ocean floor around the fireball to allow the salt water to quench the fireball. It was an impressive shot with Superman flying up out of the water and then diving back down again, using his own body as a drill - a real money shot.
Two questions. Do you remember the scene I am referring to? And, is YJ Superman powerful enough to perform the same feat?
Hope this isn't complicating, but I wanted to ask: So Red Tornado was building an android for himself "to party" as Rocket puts it. We get glimpses of other androids like the one for Secretary Tseng. Is there a reason Red's androids look much more,,,unrealistic? I'm probably just picking at random irrelevant details, but I just noticed that the other androids seen always look real.
hey greg! gotta ask:
1. How have you been? :)
2. So, what's your opinion on Voltron: Legendary Defender, the one currently airing on Netflix made by Dreamworks? Have you watched it, or worked with anyone who has also worked on it?
3. I wish you knew how excited I am for YJS3, because can't explain in words. :')))
hope you have a good day!
Let me just start by saying what a great writer you are. When I found out you were going to write a book I was elated. When I heard of your AudioPlay, I was ecstatic. Which is why I was so heartbroken when I read your comments about the Kickstarter experience and how jaded you were about it. More so because that basically means we won't get an AudioPlay for Book 2.
I'm really sorry it didn't work out like you were hoping. I haven't lost hope of you releasing Book 3, however.
A sincere thank you.
1. Do Artemis and Zatanna still have girls night out? Do they go out with Megan and/or the other girls in the team by the time of YJ Invasion?
2. Did they (Artemis and Zatanna) saw Greta ever again?
Does bumblebee know clark kent is superman by the time of young justice invasion ?
1. How old were Artemis and Wally when they had sex with each other for the first time?
2. Did Artemis lose her virginity to Wally a d did Wally lose it to Artemis?
What has it been like to work on so many different show that so many people remember fondly?
What was your favorite show to work on out of all of them?
Hi Greg, I was looking back through the material released from SDCC last year (or, from 2017 - who knows if this'll make it through the queue before 2019!) and I noticed that, while the male characters in the promo images have a wide variety of body types and face structures, but the female characters still have the exact same hourglass figure, and pretty similar faces - small pointed chin, upturned nose, clearly wearing makeup. I really think you should be working on having female designs that are as varied as your male ones - if you put Wonder Girl and Arrowette in identical hoodies with their hair hidden, I'm not sure anyone would be able to tell which was which. Why not have female heroes who are built like real-life Olympic weightlifters, with bigger, broader bodies?
I still enjoy the show very much, but looking at what's out so far - I think that you can do better.
I'm so happy that Young Justice is coming back! Here a few age-related questions:
1. How old was Jonathan Lord while filming Hello, Megan?
2. Same for Sandra Stanyon?
3. By the time of their first appearance in the show, how many years (if they've been around for longer than a year, anyway) have the Cult of the Kobra existed?
4. Same for Intergang?
5. How old is Abra Kadabra?
I just finished reading "The Spiral Path" today, and enjoyed it. One of my favorite elements was your narrating the scenes told from the point of view of the gnoll, ogre, etc. characters through their speech patterns; I think it added some variety to the story. I also enjoyed the humor in it (to me, one of the funniest lines was Valdread's "We stole a significant amount of cheese."). I'm looking forward to the next book in the series.
I noticed a couple of Shakespeare allusions (at least, I thought they were Shakespeare allusions) such as the echo of the St. Crispin's Day oration in Throgg's backstory).
Just wanted to preface this with how much I enjoy your work and admiration to the comic world! I sincerely love everything you do. That being said..
Are you underwhelmed, whelmed, or overwhelmed for the new season of Young Justice? :)
Hi Greg! These are a bit of odd questions, but, I figured they might be fun for you to answer:
1. Does the average speedster need a lot more alcohol to get drunk than a normal human would?
2. What college majors are Conner, M'gann, Dick, and/or Karen going for?
3. Even though I doubt you could actually show it on-screen or in the tie-in comic, do things like the PokÃ©mon franchise, the McDonald's restaurant chain, and Marvel Comics exist on Earth-16?
4. Does the United States (or any other given country) have a department dedicated to superhero/supervillain clean-up on Earth-16? Do some insurance plans cover a certain Man of Steel's heat vision accidently frying a chunk of your car, or a stray Green Arrow's arrow littering the facade of a building?
5. Are November 5th and/or 6th mourned (due to the separate adult and children worlds, where you've confirmed lots and lots of people died) on the same level as September 11th, or December 7th?
Hope you liked these! Have an amazing day/night!
You've answered this type of questions about heroes and their public status, so now I'm asking about some villains and their own public status.
1. Were Mister Freeze and Killer Frost public villains by the time of their appearance in "Independence Day"? I figured Captain Cold and Icicle, Jr. were, due to the dialogue throughout those scenes, with Flash and Speedy saying their names in the middle of the confrontation.
2. Before her arrest in Taipei in front of an audience and Cat Grant, was Cheshire a public villain?
3. What about other members of the League of Shadows, like Black Spider, the Hook, and Professor Ojo? (Before there eventual defeat and arrests, that is.)
4. Did villains like Black Manta and Ocean-Master make the news on the surface world, or were they only known in Atlantis?
5. And, last but not least, were any members of the Injustice League not already known by the general public for their villainy before coming out as the Injustice League all across the world?
Thanks in advance for answering, even if they wind up becoming Spoiler Requests (sorry for wasting your time if they do, though!). I'm so excited for Season Three! :)
This is a question about the Weird Sisters.
Do the Weird Sisters do everything together? And depending on the answer to that question, how would that affect their romantic life, if they have one anyway? I assume they would as Oberon and Titania have romantic lives, and I've seen an answer from you on here before saying Owen/Puck has one, even if it hasn't been shown.
Two, related, questions about Gargoyle biology...kind of:
1. I'm just wondering, does alcohol affect gargoyles the same way it does humans? I mean, can they actually get drunk and hungover?
2. If they can get drunk or hungover, would they need to drink more than humans? Or do their bodies process it differently so that they would actually need to drink less?
1. Between 1020 and 1032, what was Macbeth's job or title? He wasn't expected to become either King of Scotland or High Steward of Moray, so what was he doing (or being trained to do) during that time?
1b. Who did he directly answer to? Who had direct control/power over him? Gillecomgain, Duncan, Maol Chalvim...?
2. What was Macbeth's in-universe relationship with his cousin Thorfinn like?
3. You've said, when asked about his religion, that Mac's omnireligious currently. Do his beliefs lean towards any religion in particular? Like Christianity, Buddhism, etc? If so, which one?
4. Does Macbeth know the details about Gruoch's death? How she died, when, etc?
Thank you. :)
Dear Mr.Weisman and I am a big fan of your work. The reason for this message is because I was wondering if given the chance if you would ever want to write a screenplay for a feature film.
There have been many superhero stories about killing vs. not killing. (My personal favorite is Geoff John's Black Reign in JSA.) On the one side are heroes like Batman who say that taking a life is never justified even if the result would be good. On the other side are heroes like Wonder Woman who say sometimes the consequences of not killing would be so catastrophically bad that taking a life is sometimes necessary. Taking this further, you have anti-heroes like classic Wolverine who feels that anybody who uses lethal force against him should expect the same in return.
You touched upon the question as to whether the ends justifies the means in M'Gann's character arc in Invasion. But CN and other traditional media are usually very very leery about even saying the words "die" or "kill" in a cartoon directed at a young audience. Certainly, you could not have done a story like Black Reign while YJ was on CN. I mean... you COULD have but it probably would have been dumb because you could not have addressed the issue of murder in an open and honest manner.
So, the question is...
Are the standards of the DC streaming service permissive enough for you to address this issue in season 3 or future seasons? Or, would this kind of subject matter still be prohibited?
I hope you don't think I'm fishing for spoilers because I'm not. I just want to find out what kind of themes and subject matter would be acceptable for your new venue.
Which animation studio(s) will be providing the animation services for Young Justice S3? Will MOI and Lotto provide the services this time around again?
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.
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