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Comments for the week ending January 8, 2012

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Kyle K> No.
Greg Bishansky - [<--- Greg's Blog of Clue-by-Fours]
I don't want it to be illegal, therefore it isn't. That's how it works!

Is "Image" and "Agendas" a two-part episode?
Is Paul Kirk, Jr. re-married to Artemis' mom, Paula?
Are Artemis' friends from Gotham North, Tatsu Yamashiro (who is Katana in comics), Kimiyo Hoshi (who is Dr. Light in comics), Isuma Yasunari (who is Rising Sun in comics) and MIya Shimada (who is Tsunami in comics)?
Are the next characters Firestorm, Beast Boy, Artemis' friends i mentioned, Match, Erica Alexandra del Portenza, Deadshot, Deathstroke the Terminator, Rose Wilson, Deadman, Jack Knight/Starman, Matthew Tyler/Hourman, Stargirl, Michael Holt/Mr. Terrfic, Pieter Cross/Dr. Mid-Nite, Jakeem Thunder, Etrigan the Demon, Lobo and Darkseid the next characters to appear?
In the final episode, will the Team and the Justice Society of America allie with each other against the Light?
Are the summaries:
119: The Team gets stranded in the wrong Mount Justice, but it was controlled by the Brotherhood of Evil.
120: Artemis hooks up with Icicle, Jr. when his dad and the Ice Villains escape from Belle Reve Pennitentiary for revenge.
121: Superboy acts strange around his friends, but the Team realize that it's not Superboy.
122: Superboy realizes that he's been kidnapped by Agenda and Vandal Savage, Ra's al Ghul, Lex Luthor, Queen Bee, Ocean Master, the Brain and Klarion the Witch Boy.
123: The mercenary Deadshot, who is inleague with the League of Shadows, is hired to auction a weapon with rogues of Batman, with Deathstroke the Terminator. Meanwhile, Artemis and Miss Martian keep their secrets hidden.
124: The Team head out to investigate Haly's Circus, which is suddenly abducted by the League of Shadows, and Robin meets Deadman, whom allies with him to fend off Hook, who was responsible for killing him.
125: The Team get exposed when they were caught almost fending off Deadshot and the League of Shadows. So they must keep their identites and powers safe, Artemis as a goth, Kid Flash as a punk, Robin keeping a hoodie over his head and resuming wearing glasses, Superboy wearing a jacket with a hoodie to keep him hidden and Aqualad keeping his gils hidden a brown wig to keep him from being seen.
126: The Team celebrate a New Year's Eve party with the Justice Society of America, until they realize that Klarion has turned the JLA into babies. And they allie with Etrigan the Demon to restore them to normal.

kyle K. - [jrkincaid1982@yahoo.com]

Sorry I didn't mean to put it up it was copied and I tried to put something ealse up but u guess this came up anyway and I guess this went up sorry
Sam - [samuelsuarez68@gmail.com]

SAM> One more time. No,
Greg Bishansky - [<--- Greg's Blog of Clue-by-Fours]
I don't want it to be illegal, therefore it isn't. That's how it works!

Does anyone know when episode 19 of Young Justice will air?

Over the last couple of weeks, a couple of new trailers for highly anticipated movies have been released, the Dark Knight Rises and the Hobbit. If you saw them, what did you think of them?
Adam - [carl006_1999@yahoo.com]

Lurker: Interesting link... I would definitely approve of X-Men, Batman: TAS, Ren & Stimpy, Darkwing Duck, Animaniacs, and (of course) Gargoyles making a comeback...

If only there was a way to make that happen... :/

The One Known As Mochi - [shogi.keima.08@gmail.com]
Current Mood: (>^^)> Rested...

That's what they are probbly going to do
Sam - [samuelsuarez68@gmail.com]

SkyPhoenix: No one outside of a few people at Cartoon Network know that, and they're not sharing.

Hopefully, we'll see an episode or two in February. That's what I'm holding out for at the moment...

Masterdramon - [kmc12009@mymail.pomona.edu]
"Oh don't lean on me man 'cause you can't afford the ticket, back from Suffragette City!" - David Bowie

Yup me to but let's give them some time they will probbly air it soon
Sam - [samuelsuarez68@gmail.com]

Ok does anyone know when the new episodes for season one of young justice will air? cause honestly im getting tired of waiting :(

Charles, et al...: While I sympathize with your concern, that's not something any of us can answer; Hell, not even Greg W. can answer that one. Yes, Cartoon Network is airing "Young Justice" irritatingly slowly...but there isn't really anything any of us can do about it beyond continuing to support the show with ratings and dollars.
Masterdramon - [kmc12009@mymail.pomona.edu]
"Oh don't lean on me man 'cause you can't afford the ticket, back from Suffragette City!" - David Bowie

Anybody know why the CN is playing these games with the series this way?? It's been a year now, and they still haven't completed the first season yet!! As least i've heard that all the episodes from season one are completed, and Greg has started working on season two!! So i really don't understand why CN is messing around like this with the show. Does the series have good rating?? It seem to me their trying to get the series cancelled!! Oh! I'm a big fan of the Gargoyles series, i watch the reruns,as much as i can, since the show come on at 2:00 A.M. here.I just wanted to say that, since i'm always asking questions about the young justice series
charles - [charles.lott2@live.com]

I feel your pain I mean I guess they need some time but not this long but I still have faith they will air them I even have seen them all
Sam - [samuelsuarez68@gmail.com]

I know the second season of Young Justice is supposed to premier in March (right?) but what about the rest of the episodes from season one? When will they air? I'm seriously annoyed with CN for this.
Candice - [iceprincess955@yahoo.com]

I know young justice season 2 will be on march email me if u want or have information
Sam - [samuelsuarez68@gmail.com]

when will young justice air again?!?
CruzerFlash - [cruzerflash@gmail.com]

That's one of the weirdest things I've ever heard about...
I'm shipping off...to find my wooden leg!

Forgot to sign my post below. These things really infuriate me.

COMET & MATT> Apparently there is some sort of legal loophole that lets these people get away with this. I don't pretend to understand how but they've managed to get away with it on a truly massive scale. Their are literally thousands of these... items* listed on Amazon and other online bookstores.

I can only assume that the people who buy these items don't realize what they're actually paying for.


*I refuse to insult the vast and honoured body of human writing by calling these... things books.


I'm kind of surprised that that is even legal...

And I'm very surprised that it is profitable since I can't imagine anyone would actually buy it.

But maybe I'm wrong.

Matt - [Saint Louis, Missouri, USA]
"... And if we did it before, we can do it again." "And we will. Together." - Goliath and Elisa, "The Edge"

Algernon> Really? Wow, that's shameless.
I'm shipping off...to find my wooden leg!

COMET> I've seen a lot of "books" like that on Amazon and other sites. They're actually wikipedia articles that have simply been printed out, bound and sold as actual books.

Sam: Nearly everyone here, as far as I can tell.

Speaking of which, just went to a comic book store for the first time in years and picked up Issue #11 of the in-canon comic. Awesome stuff, and Carol Ferris' cameo made me geek-senses giggle.

Masterdramon - [kmc12009@mymail.pomona.edu]
"Oh don't lean on me man 'cause you can't afford the ticket, back from Suffragette City!" - David Bowie

Who else watchs young justice?
Sam - [samuelsuarez68@gmail.com]

Um... does someone know what this is?

I'm shipping off...to find my wooden leg!

Sam - [samuelsuarez68@gmail.com]

A certain cartoon makes a top 10 appearance on one of UGO's countdowns.



Who ordered his capture?
What kind of research do they plan on doing to him? Who is they?
What other things does this research facility research? Other creatures?
How will he escape?
Will he befriend one of the research staff or a fellow "inmate"?

You don't have to answer these questions here, but maybe the answers to these questions will help move your story forward.

Anthony Tini

I'm plotting a Gargoyles fanfiction story where Brooklyn is captured and put up for sale to research facilities. I'm in the middle of asking myself questions like... Who would be with him? Is there a battle? I've already written up to Goliath and the others searching for but that's where I'm stuck. Could somebody give me some ideas to get my ideas flowing again?
ShadowChild28 - [Kendal.renfro@yahoo.com]

Does Greg buy copies of the Young Justice comics or does DC give him finished copies for free?
Anthony Tini

On those "Spoiler" questions about "Young Justice":

Don't people want to be surprised any more? There's a reason why "spoilers" are called "spoilers".

Todd Jensen

Forgot to add:

Just read the latest responses and its the first time in a long time that I've seen Greg quip "All things are true" in an AskGreg response, and it was for a Young Justice question! hehe.

and gah, I just noticed that I typed out Bishansk*l*y, lol

"The suspense is terrible . . . I hope it lasts," -- Willy Wonka

Kyle K: Submitting questions to Greg Weisman is closed for a reason -- GregW is currently catching up on answering the current backlog of 470 unanswered questions while Young Justice is currently on break.

In any event, your post below would only add to the queue and ultimately get the obvious "SPOILER ALERT. NO COMMENT" response.

Masterdramon: Brendan and Fancy Dan's responses gave me a chuckle d:

Greg Bishanskly: When I first heard about Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter, I shook my head and thought, 'You know what? Why not? Its ridiculous enough of a premise that I'm kinda excited to see if it just might work'

Non-Movie: No news is good news . . . at least where things currently stand, I guess . . . .

"The suspense is terrible . . . I hope it lasts," -- Willy Wonka

Hey, Greg, spoiler alert, is Image and Agendas a two-part episode?
Will Beast Boy, Firestorm, Erica Alexandra del Portenza, Match, Deadshot, Deathstroke, Rose Wilson, Donna Troy/Wonder Girl at age 12, Pieter Cross/Dr. Mid-Nite, Jakeem Thunder, Power Girl, Michael Holt/Mr. Terrific, Stargirl, Matthew Tyler/Hourman, Albert Rothstein/Atom Smasher, Jack Knight/Starman and Darkseid the next characters to appear?

kyle K. - [jrkincaid1982@yahoo.com]

Thanks Anyway but if you guys ever find anything please send me an email
Sam - [samuelsuarez68@gmail.com]

SAM> That's a question for Cartoon Network. I don't think any dates have been announced.
Greg Bishansky - [<--- Greg's Blog of Clue-by-Fours]
I don't want it to be illegal, therefore it isn't. That's how it works!

Hey guys look I'm a bit confused so please help I really don't what rumers butwhen will the new Young Justice episodes air please tell me the date and time also any info on season 2 would help
Sam - [samuelsuarez68@gmail.com]

I have always imagined the Space Spawn as looking like the Drej, from Titan AE but with physical bodies instead of energy based ones.

ASs for the proposed movie, I hope Disney grows a brain and decided to make it about Gargoyles


"At this point, I don't think this movie is gonna happen."

I hope so.

I'm shipping off...to find my wooden leg!

TODD> I doubt it. I don't think Disney thought about our show at all when they conceived this thing.

As for not having to explain things. If you make a decent movie, you don't have to worry about that. Look at every comic book movie made (well, all the good ones), they started over and built their own universe while keeping the same characters and just introducing them to a new audience.

Greg Bishansky - [<--- Greg's Blog of Clue-by-Fours]
I don't want it to be illegal, therefore it isn't. That's how it works!

I still wonder if part of Disney's decision to go for a new "gargoyles" property was to provide something that would be new to everyone, without needing to explain things for anyone just joining it.
Todd Jensen

At this point, I don't think this movie is gonna happen.
Greg Bishansky - [<--- Greg's Blog of Clue-by-Fours]
I don't want it to be illegal, therefore it isn't. That's how it works!

At this point, I don't think this movie is gonna happen.
Greg Bishansky - [<--- Greg's Blog of Clue-by-Fours]
I don't want it to be illegal, therefore it isn't. That's how it works!

I would avoid the movie, not just because of its content, more because it could become quite dangerous for OUR "Gargoyles"... I will not put any money into this. Never. Not even if someone gives me more money in return ^^
I'm shipping off...to find my wooden leg!

Personally I wouldn't mind seeing the not gargoyles movie *IF* and that is a big if Disney let's Greg W. on board to write it.
Vinnie - [tpeano29@hotmail.com]
God Bless you All!

hello greg, I am very fan of atemi I liked her story and how she and strong to face everything about the family and hope you muto episodes focusing on her. thanks
Anna Beatriz - [anna_beatriz_aninha@]
anna beatriz

Hmmm. Finally a gargoyles (not "Gargoyles") movie that might actually scare me... though not because of artistic technique. Development Hell is about the best this movie deserves. I imagine if it makes it to the screen that it might just rally this fandom against it. Let's hope it doesn't come to that.
Matt - [Saint Louis, Missouri, USA]
"... And if we did it before, we can do it again." "And we will. Together." - Goliath and Elisa, "The Edge"

Todd Jensen> I'm not sure why but I find this "fact" rather annoying. Not your post, just these things they call "gargoyles" there.
I think if I saw the trailer in the cinema I would throw something at the movie screen.

I'm shipping off...to find my wooden leg!

Could be worse. Disney could have tried spinning off a series involving the gargoyles from the animated "Hunchback of Notre Dame" movie. Well over a decade too late.

And with Dane Cook replacing Jason Alexander.


The best I can say is that, judging from the description, the "gargoyles" of this projected movie would be originally regular gargoyle statues that were brought to life through some weird phenomenon, rather than a race of living gargoyles who were turned to stone centuries ago and have now been revived. But I don't know whether that would be sufficient difference.
Todd Jensen

"Project is not tied to "Gargoyles," the popular animated TV series that Disney produced in the 1990s. Instead, it centers on a world in which the stone statues on buildings come to life. Elliot and Lovett would portray them as guardian angels for the cities in which they are located."

:: jumps up on a table ::

"We want something like Spongebob. But it can't be like Spongebob. But it needs to be like Spongebub!"

"A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men." - Willy Wonka

Landon Thomas> Um, thanks. Bad enough there ARE news. :O

"...which is being eyed as a possible film franchise that could spin off a line of videogames, merchandise, TV shows and theme park rides."

*is scared*

I'm shipping off...to find my wooden leg!

Comet: The latest fake Gargoyles movie news that I know of is Disney hiring new writers this summer: http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118040134

Changing the writing team after a year doesn't exactly quality it as 'development hell' but it doesn't mean smooth sailing for the project either.

Landon Thomas - [<- Gargoyles News Twitter Feed]

Count me in as another person VERY excited about "The Hobbit". I read the book several times in my youth and always enjoyed it. I didn't read LOTR until a year or so before the movies came out, so I grew up with Bilbo, not Frodo. And that, in combination with my love of the LOTR movies, has me counting down the days til "The Hobbit".

Space Spawn> Since Greg has indicated (I think) that they were born in the explosion of a dying star, I guess i always figured them to be some sort of crystalline or energy-based lifeform. Not organic. Maybe like the bad guys in "Titan A.E.".

Matt - [Saint Louis, Missouri, USA]
"... And if we did it before, we can do it again." "And we will. Together." - Goliath and Elisa, "The Edge"

Todd Jenson> I'm happy you can find something to look forward to. Beyond "Cabin in the Woods" and "Springbreakers" (which I'm actually not sure even has a release date), I am having genuine trouble thinking of an upcoming movie I give even a vague crap about.
Harlan Phoenix - [harlanphoenix@live.com]

Since the Banquo player finally got back to me today, I've got a whole slew of "Greg Weisman" Formspring responses for everyone who still enjoys 'em...
Masterdramon - [kmc12009@mymail.pomona.edu]
"Oh don't lean on me man 'cause you can't afford the ticket, back from Suffragette City!" - David Bowie

Margot Yale: I hear he is friends with a Deputy D.A. in Los Angeles named Tuppence Macintyre. I would enjoy sparring with her in a courtroom.

Brendan Quarters: Where have I heard that name before? Oh yeah, I think he was a suspect in the disappearance of my cousin and his wife back in `95, but nothing ever came of it. Everyone always said they looked like Margot and me, though he was balding with a toupée and she was a brunette.

Sarah Browne: My kids enjoy "Young Justice".

Banquo: I figure I should say something clever here...


I got nothing.

Fleance: Who?

Chaz/Lou: Chaz - Wasn't that the guy who threw us out of the Eyrie Building that one time, Lou?

Lou - No Chaz, I think he was the trucker who gave us a ride to Pittsburgh a few years back.

Judge Ian Roebling: I've heard he's workin' for the Brothers Warner now. That's a match, I say, a match made in heaven!

Fiona Canmore: He tried very hard to put me on TV, and for that I commend him.

Isis (a Child of Oberon): I believe he is responsible for the time-travel episode of "The Mummy" animated series. A rare example of accurate time travel.

Sobek (a Child of Oberon): "There are without a doubt passages in the Old Testament at least where the existence of other gods is not questioned. Just their potency relative to the God of the Hebrews. Egypt has gods in some passages of Exodus. They're just weak and impotent relative to the God of Moses." --Greg Weisman.

My father denies it, but that was the most terrifying day in the history of the Ennead. Nay, the entirety of the Netjer.

I witnessed Gathelus and Scota depart Egypt before the Plagues began...And I was envious. The God of Crocodiles, whose sweat forms the Nile, and I was envious of two mortals who left Egypt.

Those were indeed dark days.

Equus (a member of the newly formed New Camelot Clan, resembling a horse): Bloody brilliant for a human! Every time I watch "Young Justice," I'm on the edge of my seat!

Fauna (a member of the New Camelot Clan, resembling a doe): I think Young Justice has become my new most favorite show of all time!

Benu (a member of the New Camelot Clan, resembling a phoenix): As a Robert Heinlein fan, I appreciated his take on Starship Troopers far more than I did Paul Verhoven's.

Peyton (a member of the New Camelot Clan, resembling a nymph with antlers): I would like to have seen "Stargate: The Hunted."

Alce (a member of the New Camelot Clan, resembling a griffin): Hmm... well, after watching a few episodes of "Young Justice," I must say, he's quite talented. A profound intellectual, if I can go further.

Polyphemus (a New Olympian Senator, and a cyclops; leader of a labor union): A potential client?

Baricos (a New Olympian Senator, and a manticore; Sphinx's father): Blasted Theseus-loving bastard.

Nike (a New Olympian Senator, and a member of Boreas' species; Sphinx's mother): I don't like humans and I don't want anything to do with them. And I wish my daughter didn't have anything to do with them.

Kalais (one of Boreas' sons): Isn't he that human, Security Chief Taurus was always complaining about?

Xetes (one of Boreas' sons): Sphinx sent me some of his work to look at, I don't think he's quite as bad as Ambassador Taurus says.

Fancy Dan: He made me fight the kid because I'm short.

Ox: Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Spider-man.
Hmmm, Hmmm, Hmmm, Spider-man.

What? It's catchy.

Calypso: *Calypso takes a voodoo doll of Greg Weisman, and turns it inside out.*

*Miles away, the real Greg Weisman collapses...And Edmund Tsabard stands up.*

Mayor Waters: Since he is from Los Angeles and can't vote in our elections, I don't care.

Masterdramon - [kmc12009@mymail.pomona.edu]
"Oh don't lean on me man 'cause you can't afford the ticket, back from Suffragette City!" - David Bowie

All that makes me think again... about this creepy (non-)Gargoyles-movie. Any news about this? I kind of hope they abandoned it... :O
I'm shipping off...to find my wooden leg!

Looking forward to "The Hobbit" as well, especially after I saw the trailer. I've already seen Martin Freeman as Dr. Watson in "Sherlock" (an updated version of Sherlock Holmes from the BBC), and thought he did a fine job in the role.
Todd Jensen

Hmm, no posts in twelve hours. I think I'll go off topic for a bit, if you don't mind. I'll talk about the movies I saw in 2011, and what my hopes are for 2012.

I did not get to the movies as often as I would have liked to this year. But I thought I would muse on what I did see, and give overall grades since with the passing of time, I was able to reflect on them.

"Black Swan"

This movie was and remains magnificent. I know it didn't come out in 2011, but I didn't see it before 2011, so I'm counting it here.

It was an A+ movie when I first saw it, and it still is.

"The King's Speech"

Same as Black Swan, I didn't see it before 2011. Yes, it is very good. But it certainly didn't deserve last year's award for Best Picture. That was "Black Swan." But, "Speech" was the safe bet as opposed to the dark, disturbing "Black Swan." Still, I give it an A-


It was a very fun movie when I first saw it, and it still is a very fun movie. Chris Hemsworth was great. Tom Hiddleston was great, and it left me pumped for "The Avengers." Ultimately, as much as I enjoyed it, I didn't care for Natalie Portman as Jane Foster, and subsequent re-watches make that particular plot even worse. It's not enough to ruin the movie for me, but overall, I give it a B+

"X-Men First Class"

I expected this to suck. We all expected it to suck. But it didn't. If anything, it was the pleasant surprise of the year. I liked the script, I liked most of the casting, and I thought our two leads were great, especially Michael Fassbender as Magneto. Kevin Bacon was having a great time as Sebastian Shaw. But I didn't care for January Jones as Emma Frost. Overall, I give this one an A-

"Transformers: Dark of the Moon"

It's more of the same. A Transformers movie directed by Michael Bay. We all know what these are by now. F. Fail!

"Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part Two"

This movie had to deliver. Ten years after the first movie hit theaters, a lot was riding on this. Deliver it did. Very well done, the cast was great. The effects were great. It was great. I give it a solid A.

"Captain America: The First Avenger"

This one took time to grow on me. The first time I watched it, I did not have a good time. Honestly, I think it was the 3D and the horrible audience I saw it with. But time and subsequent viewings have gotten a change of heart from me. I've since seen it for a fourth time, and it's really grown on me. My initial grade was a C- but now, I give it a B+. It's not without problems, but it's grown on me.

"Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows"

My review is barely a week old. Still, this one is an F. Hell, I think I'll go out and give it an F- just for being worse than Michael Bay's flaming sack of dog crap.

"The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo"

Best film I saw all year. A+! A+! A+! But I suspect it will suffer the fate of "Black Swan." It will be nominated for the big prize, and cast aside for the safe choice. I just wish it was making more money than it is. But, when you market it as "The Feel Bad Movie of Christmas," I suppose that is to be expected. Still.... A+

Now, looking ahead to the future.

"The Avengers"

I'm a Marvel Zombie, always have been. I can't not see this one. And after five movies of build up, I am confident that if anyone can deliver, it's Joss Whedon. Six of Marvel's best heroes up against one of my favorite villains has me giddy to see this. Loki was the best villain of the Marvel Studios' films so far, and he is looking even more vicious this time.

"The Dark Knight Rises"

Do I really have to explain it?


I will admit, I have reservations here. Ridley Scott has not made a good movie in a long time, and his return to this well strikes me as a little desperate. But "Alien" was my favorite of the Alien Duology (they only made two movies), and I am interested in seeing what he does here.

"The Hobbit"

This is, for me, the big one. The movie I am looking forward to most in 2012. I've waited for so long for the rights to untangle and for this to be made, I almost can't believe it is happening. I loved the trailer, and have been following the production, and wishing I was down in New Zealand getting Sir Ian McKellan his coffee.

I think "The Hobbit" will be the biggest movie of the year, the only real contender to that being "The Dark Knight Rises." But since both are Warner Bros. productions, I am sure they're quite happy.


Directed by Stephen Spielberg, and when Spielberg makes movies for grown ups, they're always good.
Starring Daniel Day-Lewis. What more needs to be said?

"Abraham" Lincoln Vampire Hunter" is also coming out, and that could be fun. We'll see.

"Killing Bin Laden"

Another war movie directed by Kathryn Bigelow. And this time it will be a dramatization of the death of Osama bin Laden. If nothing else, it will be the most cathartic movie in recent history.

Greg Bishansky - [<--- Greg's Blog of Clue-by-Fours]
I don't want it to be illegal, therefore it isn't. That's how it works!

I must say that they are something like tentacle monsters in my mind, I don't know why, but I know it sounds like an old cliche. xD

But what interests me much more is the question about the artefacts left by the "lost race", and if the things in the Archmage's cave could be counted to these or not.

I'm shipping off...to find my wooden leg!

I've always pictured the Space-Spawn as vaguely humanoid globs of goo, myself. Blown-up cells with visible nuclei, plus heads/arms/legs in whatever quantity the artist(s) choose.

Those White Martian stand-ins that were used as the villains of the Justice League series premier (I think they were called "the Imperium") are probably a big influence on that mental image, for good or for ill.

Masterdramon - [kmc12009@mymail.pomona.edu]
"Oh don't lean on me man 'cause you can't afford the ticket, back from Suffragette City!" - David Bowie

The name "Space-Spawn" sounded like something out of H. P. Lovecraft to me, though I doubt that they'll be all that Lovecraftian; the protagonists of "Gargoyles 2198" would be dead or irrevocably insane by the end of the first episode if they were anything like the Great Old Ones.
Todd Jensen

Responding to Celestialien86's question from before-the-wipe, I find it funny that, according to GargWiki (http://gargwiki.net/Space-Spawn), the only physical characteristic that's been revealed about the Space-Spawn is that they only have one head, which means we can rule out that annoying pod-race announcer guy from Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (haven't seen those films in many a year, and sadly that's the first thing that popped in my head when trying to think about a multi-headed extra-terrestrial) . . .
"The suspense is terrible . . . I hope it lasts," -- Willy Wonka

And away we go on with the show!
Vinnie - [tpeano29@hotmail.com]
God Bless you All!

The Gate!
Chip - [<------The League of Extraordinary Nerds Here!]
"The next time you set up shop in the biggest state, don't pick the area that's only ten miles wide. Welcome to Canada, idiot"--Frank Zhang

Rock of Ages
VickyUK - [vickysunseeker@aol.com]

Rock & Roll, dear.

The Rock!
2012: Year of the Dragon, Games of the XXX Olympiad, and a Leap Year, oh my!


Masterdramon - [kmc12009@mymail.pomona.edu]
"Oh don't lean on me man 'cause you can't afford the ticket back from Suffragette City!" - David Bowie

D. Taina
"Teamwork is so overrated." -Thailog

Invitation Only!

The Journey!
Greg Bishansky - [<--- Greg's Blog of Clue-by-Fours]
I don't want it to be illegal, therefore it isn't. That's how it works!

First post-wipe post of 2012!

No, wait - we need a theme. Ah, I've got it...

Clan-Building: Nightwatch.

Brainiac - [OSUBrainiac at gmail dot com]
There is balance in all things. Live in symmetry with the world around you. If you must blow things up and steal from those around you, THAT'S WHAT RPGS ARE FOR!