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Anonymous writes...

What are Zatanna's and Bruce Wayne's relationship?

Greg responds...

You're assuming they know each other. I won't confirm or deny that assumption.

(Aren't you glad you asked?)

Response recorded on March 07, 2013

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Anonymous writes...

Why did Zatanna choose to live at the cave instead of Wayne Manor?

Greg responds...

She chose to live at the Cave instead of moving into what she would perceive as a new home with a new family. Doing that, she felt, would be akin to giving up on her father.

Response recorded on March 07, 2013

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Anon writes...

You said that Raquel and Kaldur dated for a little while, but it didn't stick. Was it because Tula was possibly involved in their relationship? It seemed he was still in love with her (according to Wally during his confrontation with Nightwing at the Hall of Justice) Or was it just because their relationship lost spark?

Greg responds...

It depends what you mean by "involved," I guess. Tula was with Garth during that period. Beyond that, it's a SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.

Response recorded on March 06, 2013

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Anonymous writes...

This is really random... But I think I noticed a goof in Independence Day.

When J'onn and M'gann enter the Cave at the end, we don't hear a designation for either of them. Were they already inside, hiding in the shadows? Or was it just an oversight?
Also, did M'gann ever have an A designation, or was she automatically made B-05?

Greg responds...

There's no error there. They weren't entering Mount Justice. They were down the hall, not hiding. They just were walking up to join the others.

She first entered Mount Justice as a charter member of the Team with her B-designation. She was never an A-designation.

Response recorded on March 06, 2013

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Anonymous writes...

Hey, Greg. Thank you for answering our crazy questions.

1. Is 52 the lowest level of Project Cadmus?
2. Why was there a men's room in Project Cadmus? We only saw Desmond, Guardian, and Spence working at Cadmus. Unless the genomorphs gotta go too.
3. Was sub level 52 a reference to the New 52, or just an random number?

Greg responds...

1. Well, Genomorph City is lower.

2. There were also guards. But that's beside the point. Why wouldn't there be a Men's Room? And a Woman's Room? I mean, you, yourself listed two men above. I seriously don't understand this question. Who builds a facility without facilities?

3. It wasn't a reference to "New 52", which didn't exist yet... so, neither.

Response recorded on March 06, 2013

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Anonymous writes...

How did Green Arrow react when Artemis and Wally started dating?
How did Flash react when Artemis and Wally started dating?

Greg responds...

I'm sure both of them were fine with it. Two nice kids start dating? Who'd complain? (Or am I missing something?)

Response recorded on March 06, 2013

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Anonymous writes...

Was Kaldur's conception consenual?

Greg responds...

His conception? Or the intercourse that led to it?

Response recorded on March 06, 2013

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Anonymous writes...

1- Why didn't Sphere attack Aqualad when he infiltrated Mount Justice?
2 - How old is Ripley, the female guard with glasses from "Terrors"?
3 - How old is Banks, the guard from "Terrors"?
4 - How old is Riker, the guard from "Terrors"?
5 - How old is Cooper, the guard from "Terrors"?

Greg responds...

1. She didn't recognize him as hostile.

2. No clue.

3. No clue.

4. No clue.

5. Your guess is as good as mine.

Response recorded on March 05, 2013

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btgr writes...

In YJ, are "out of order" phone booths indestructible?

Greg responds...

No. Are they where you live?

Response recorded on March 05, 2013

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Jon writes...

Followup question from a few months ago -- I asked: "Okay, so the League definitely knows that Lex Luthor is a member of the Light at this point. So how's he getting away with openly running a major corporation?" You answered: "How do they stop him?"

To which I suggest: Violence (a la Arsenal)? Sabotage? Leveraged takeovers? Filing with the SEC? Large-scale theft of office supplies?

Right, yes, being a bit silly here, obviously. (just a bit.) And superheroes don't go beyond the law, of course (well, err, past the whole being-vigilantes thing). Still - just curious as to how Luthor has managed to pull off his whole villain-with-good-publicity schtick. And why hasn't Batman and/or the team tried hitting Luthor's bottom line at some point? Wouldn't it make sense strategically, given that they're the League's dirty-business department?

Greg responds...

Again, I ask "How"?

Look, you're assuming they're doing nothing, which is not a safe assumption. We aren't depicting the "ALL-ENCOMPASSING ADVENTURES OF THE JUSTICE LEAGUE" on our series. We're showing you the "SELECTED ADVENTURES OF THE TEAM". We're telling a specific story. Not even pretending to cover every facet of Earth-16, although believe me, given enough episodes or issues or WHATEVER, I'd love to try.

Response recorded on March 05, 2013


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