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Dear Greg, Gargoyles is one of my favorite animated series! How did you research or what source materials did you use to create Gargoyles lore, mythology etc?
1.) Did Lex Luthor murder his parents like he did in the comics?
2.) Where in Europe are Markova and Vlatava in relation to real world countries?
3.) Did Klarn the Immortal Man ever exist?
How did Rita Farr learn the information that marie logan had died after queen bee killed marie logan in young justice timeline ?
I've read your new "Magic: the Gathering" book, "Ravnica: War of the Spark".
I've barely any familiarity with "Magic: the Gathering" (about all I know about it, in fact, is that it's a fantasy-themed collectible card game that's been around for over twenty years); I confess that I found this one a bit harder to follow than your two Warcraft books. Apparently the main conflict (the group of people out to foil the plans of a megalomaniacal dragon) had been going on well before the book began, with plenty of deaths, betrayals, and other adventures already before the first page, which gave me the feeling of having walked into a movie about halfway through. (Those who know more about the "Magic: the Gathering" franchise than I did informed me that that conflict had entered the franchise several years ago.) Still, I got some sense of what was going on, and rather liked it.
I was amused by your two "Gargoyles" references - the mention of the Praying Gargoyle in a list of magical treasures and an echo of Hudson's remarks on names in a comment about one of the guilds' obsession with naming all its schemes.
Consider making an Animated movie about Renee Montoya becoming the next Question
you said Collector of Worlds is a alien android what is an alien android is it a robot that was created by aliens
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Did Garfield Logan and Queen Perdita start spend most their free time together after they meet at wally's funeral or after Garfield begin living again with his stepfather ?
was jason todd member of young justice? If so, will Jason become a member of outsider?
Why did rita farr not tell Garfield she was elasti-girl soon after he begin living with her after rita learn Garfield knew miss martian and superboy's real names are m'gann and conner ?
As a writer and creative, you've been responsible for some of my most cherished childhood and adulthood favorites. Given your experience, I wanted to know what one's approach would be when they come up with a story that they could see manifesting as an animated series? Do you flesh the whole story out as if writing a novel, or do you try and create episodes on paper and tell the whole story; is the process entirely different altogether? I would love your insight on this sensei. Thank You
Were you involved with the creation of The Spectacular Spider-Man intro, and if so what involvement?
Hey greg I got one question for spectacular spiderman.
This is something I've always wondered in every version of Venom.
Why did the symbiote covered Peter's face like a "normal mask", but then started to show the scary teeth and the jaw when he became bonded with Eddy?
Thank you, Greg!
Hey Greg another question for Young Justice.
This time for Superboy. In the show, he is usually shown as being "the tank" of the team. That is he is the member that can take the most damage and has the most physical strenght.
But, thinking about how Liutenant Marvel and Sargent Marvel were parts of the team of screen, I got some questions.
1.- Considering they, presumably, had their full SHAZAM powers, compared to Superboy who was missing his half kryptonian powers, Were Mary and Freddy stronger compared to Conner?
Billy is roughly Superman's equal as Captain Marvel, while Superboy has been shown as being weaker to Superman. Was the power difference between Mary and freddy compared to Conner just as big?
2.- If so, how did Conner feel about both of them being stronger than he was?
3.- Did he feel insecure about other teenage heroes being "better" or similar to him on his role as the team? or did he didn't mind like how he was ok with Billy?
Thank you greg!
Hey greg! I got to questions regarding young justice.
1.-First, how was Superman able to to have a biological son with Lois Lane. I mean, wasn't it established Kryptonian DNA was very incompatible with Human DNA?
I mean it in how Superboy wasn't able to donate blood to Beast Boy, and Megan had to do it instead.
Or how Lex Luthor had a lot of trouble deciphering Kryptonian DNA to the point match became an insane clone of Superman and Superboy himself doesn't have Kryptonian power just because he is half human.
2.-Second, do you have a power limit for members of the team?
I mean it mostly for storytelling purposes. For example( not asking the spoiler if these two would be part of the team)
But say, hypothetically a teenage Jessica Cruz (green lantern) or Supergirl (full-blooded Kryptonian).
In theory, Supergirl would be far more powerful than Superboy, and you've also mentioned how you lanterns might solve some plots too easily if they were around.
In team year 1, for example, Ivo mentioned how the sidekicks were mostly weaker than their mentors.
Again NOT ASKING about the spoiler if you would put them in team (for all We know Kara might not even care about joining the team). I'm just wondering if having too powerful characters compared to other members of the team would ruin the chances of certain team hero being on it.
thank you Greg!
Hey Greg just wondering if you noticed how Keith David mirrored Puck's role n gargoyles.
In Star vs the forces of evil, Keith plays Glossarick who is basically a magic mentor. In one episode he took a baby magical princess called Meteora in a magical adventure to teach her magic while her mother wasn't aware.
This reminded me of Puck doing the exact same thing with Puck and Alex Xanatos.
Just wanted you to know Goliath now went full circle and played Pucks' role. Cool, isn't it?
In response to your response to Millie about a gathering, you said you tried some cons. Did you try Florida Supercon? Jonathon Frakes is already supposed to be there, and I know Marina Sirtis comes every other year or so. It's not until July so you still have some time, and the showrunner - who recently sold but I think is staying on for a year or two as an advisor or something - is usually up for cool things. He also still runs the Louisville Supercon and Raleigh Galaxycon, and still owns those I think, so even if you can't get it done for Florida. I bet you'd have good luck with him somehow. (Spoken as a vendor who's done many of his shows, they're very well run and he tries to pack as much fun in as possible.)
Was the episode "Misplaced" inspired by the Sins of Youth storyline?
What lead you all to rename Captain Marvel as Shazam? Also, how would Billy be able to communicate his new name?
Thanks for taking the time to answer some of my questions.
1. In Earth-16, like in the comics, is the Lazarus Pit derived from the same meteorite that gave Vandal Savage his immortality? If so, could this be how Vandal Savage and Ra's Al Ghul knew each other before the Light was formed?
2. If you were offered by WB/DC to produce, direct and/or write a Young Justice movie, would you? If so, would you have the movie's story and team line up be the same as the show (from either S1, S2 or S3) or would you try to do something different for the movie.
I'd also like to say thank you to both you and Brandon for making some of my favourite shows. I love both Young Justice and Spectacular Spider-Man and you two deserve all the praise you get for them. Best of luck for YJ season 3.
Who's your favorite Captain America villain?
Will Mr. Weisman be attending any 2019 conventions on the East Coast?
Was the light ever activated during World War 2?
Sorry to put you on the spot but...
Roy Thomas alleges here, https://www.bleedingcool.com/2019/04/18/an-open-letter-to-dc-comics-from-roy-thomas-on-paying-and-crediting-whats-due/ that DC Entertainment has not paid him royalties for their use of Artemis who he created. How do you feel about this?
Did DC ask you to change Artemis' name to Tigress or was it just a story/character decision?
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.