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Did Garfield fell betrayed by rita farr at the time when he learn she was superhero because she did not tell him soon after she adopted him after queen bee kill marie logan ?
Was the decision for Barbara and Dick to be together always endgame for him (i'm assuming since it's canon in basically all other depictions of two)
Can Lieutenant Marvel and Sergeant Marvel make an Apperience or cameo in young justice
why did you change the date for young justice to July 2 I mean come on
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.
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.