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Now that DC comics have relaunched and the status quo has changed for important characters like Superman does it make it easier for YJ to be more creative and original ie not following the same routine path we always see DC take? Will YJ reflect any of the changes?
Everything we've planned was planned and pretty much set in the deadline equivalent of stone before DC announced or informed us of their plans. So you won't see it reflected in our series. This is simply a fact of life due to our deadlines on YJ.
1) How important is it for the plot to keep the identity of the Light members a secret? And what lengths do you go to to enforce it? I mean, when you put a dome-shaped figure speaking with a thick French accent, you are just begging for it... :)
2) Is the mystery of their identities something conceived specifically for the less comic-savvy target demographics?
3) Is the anonymity of each member equally important as of the rest, or are some more important to the plot than others?
I must say that I quite enjoy this trope. It's quite exiting. But it's been only 10 episodes, and fans have figured out 6 out of 7 members of the group. (Personally I had guessed 5 -- good job with L-3. I didn't see it coming, somehow. Mark Rolston's cadence in "Targets" was different from "Fireworks," which totally blindsided me).
1. We wanted to play fair and offer hints without being definitive - until episode 114.
2. Both, I guess.
Did Bruce Wayne ever found out who killed his parents?
What is Bruce Wayne pubklic reputation on Earth 16 do most consider him a rich idiot with no day job, a serious business man or somewhere in between?
He's a serious business man, who has a reputation for working hard AND playing hard. Not many think he's an idiot, but many would consider him a playboy, by the old school definition of the term.
Though I know your mind isn't the kind to play favorites, but given how you acknowledge The Mirror as your favorite/the best episode of Gargoyles, I think this might be able to fly.
Do you have any particular episodes of WITCH or The Spectacular Spider-Man that, if it wasn't your favorite necessarily, you felt was the best of those shows? And for what reasons, if so?
At the moment, I can't think of just one for either series. But it's been a while since I've watched them.
1.Does Aqualad go to school?
2.How Does Superboy feel about Superman?
3.How come the teenage superheroes aren't going to be calling there team Young Justice?
1. Not anymore.
2. It's complicated.
3. It never occurred to them. Guess they haven't read the comics.
Less a question, more of a comment. While visiting one of my dearest friends over in Long Island over the summer, one of the things we did together was watch Gargoyles (as part of a little trade of interests-her offering was showing me a documentary on the legacy and fandom of the Rock-a-Fire Explosion series of animatronics, which was fairly interesting and quite enjoyable in its own right). As we've mostly communicated online for our 9 or so year friendship, doing something like this isn't a common thing. Especially considering we've only been in person together for two visits, each lasting about a week.
I'm happy to report that after a viewing of The Mirror, Double Jeopardy, and Eye of the Beholder, she became quite fond of the series and has expressed interesting in indulging further. I was beyond happy that she did, as being able to share Gargoyles with her joins the rest of that week as one of many memories I feel lucky to have.
Thought you'd like to know.
That's great. Thanks.
How closely do you stick to the covert ops concept for each episode? I noticed that even when it's not a direct mission from Batman, there is still an element of going undercover.
We strive for that.
A few questions about voice-over.
1) Is it recorded before the episode is animated?
2) How long does it take from recording the voice work until the episode is completely finished?
3) Do all actors get together in the room when recording one episode?
4) Are you present?
3. Ideally. Sometimes people aren't available on the day of the record, and we pick them up later. Sometimes if someone only has a line or two in the episode, we take pity on them and get them in and out fast. Sometimes, a single episode has two completely separate plots intertwining. We'd ideally record every actor in the first plot together, and then record every actor in the second together. But since the two groups don't interact, there's no need to record the entire group together and force a lot of actors to sit through scenes they're not in at all.
1. Is Kid Flash an atheist?
2. Is there a Catwoman on Earth 16?
1. I guess he thought he was.
2. NO COMMENT.
Were there any sidekick during the 40's?
Hiya, Greg! Glad to see Station 8's question-asking feature back from hiatus, despite the absolute flood of "ZOMGSPOILYOUNGJUSTICEPLEEZ" comments that've come in over the past three days; speaking of which, I finally saw "Targets" in television-level quality and loved every single minute of it all over again, and simply cannot wait for "Terrors." The villains in YJ are, in my humble opinion, the single greatest aspect of this wonderful show, so I was quite ecstatic to read the summary for that one.
Anyway, I'll apologize in advance if this question grows ridiculously fanboyish, but I'd really like to follow-up on a little blurb you typed way back in March. To whit:
"I don't know about Brandon, but I've begun watching Avatar with my son Benny. We're near the beginning of Season Two. I like it. I don't know how much of an influence there's been, since we started YJ before I started watching Avatar."
Now, I don't know about anyone else, but I was pretty much reduced to happy giggles the moment I read that. Personally, I consider "Gargoyles" and "Avatar: The Last Airbender" (alongside several shows in the DC Animated Universe) to, together, represent the absolute pinnacle of Western television animation, and the notion of the creator of one watching the other excites me in a way I can't really describe. As such, if you'll permit me, I'd like to ask a few more questions about your experience watching this fantastic show:
1. Have you completed watching the series yet? If not, how far do you still have to go? If so, do you have any general thoughts? What do you think "Avatar" did especially well, compared to other animated shows you've watched and critiqued? Where do you think it could've been improved?
2. Do you have a favorite character or episode? I realize that you dislike being asked this question with regard to your own shows (as they're all pretty much like your children, a viewpoint to which I can certainly relate), but I'm curious as to whether you think about these sorts of things when watching shows you aren't necessarily connected with?
3. Did you and Benny discover the series together, or did he introduce it to you? The latter is pretty much what happened with my Dad and I, LOL, so I'm interested.
4. Have you seen the Comic-Con 2011 trailer for the sequel series, "The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra"? If so, do you intend to catch it when it airs in 2012, if you happen to have the time (an unlikely prospect for you, I know, but still XD)?
Aaand...yeah, I think that's enough. Thank you so much for your patience and dedication to your fanbase, and I greatly look forward to seeing what YJ has in store for us all in the coming months!
1a. No. We have it on DVD, so the stuff we watch together on the DVR takes precedence, because my DVR is pretty much full to bursting... and it's even deleted some stuff that we were planning to get to because it was overloaded.
1b. Still in the middle of Season Two.
1c & d. I like it. Quite a bit, actually. But I don't think it's appropriate for me to go into detailed analysis of the work of my peers. It's one thing for me to talk about live action movies or television and/or stuff from long before I was working in the business. But it's awkward otherwise.
2. I guess I just don't think that way.
3. Benny introduced it to me. He's seen the whole thing, but enjoys rewatching it with me.
4. No, I haven't seen the trailer. I'm reluctant to watch the new series BEFORE I've finished the old one. SPOILERS, right?
1. Where does Roy live?
2. Can Atlanteans breathe in chlorinated pools?
1. Star City, mostly.
2. Good question. I don't know. Any biologist out there want to take a stab at this?
1.) What does GBS stand for?
2.) This question is in regard to your last update. What exactly are beatsheets? Also, are you going to also post updates for the comic from now on?
1. Galaxy Broadcasting System.
2a. A beatsheet breaks an episode down by its basic beats, but in a very rough non-prose format, useful as an internal document only.
First, I wanted to thank you for all the hard work put forth on Young Justice. The show is an absolute delight to watch and this may sound silly -- but it is very meaningful to see passionate creators doing what they love. The experience of storytelling helps people cope with their lives and the stories on Young Justice are some of the best!
All that said, I'd love to see Young Justice go on as long as possible. I see that it's been renewed up to 46 episodes -- awesome! If there were further orders, would they continue to be in 10-episode increments? Is that a new standard as opposed to 13 or 26?
Thanks again to you and everyone working on YJ! Keep up the phenomenal work.
I really don't know. It's a decision made way over my head.
1.How much weight can Superboy lift?
2.Is there going to be an episode that focuses on the relationship between Superboy and Miss Martian?
3.Are we going to see Miss Martians room in the cave?
1. I'm not interested in quantifying these kind of things.
2. It's an on-going subplot.
Have you ever considered just throwing out questions that ask for spoilers, or that just ask the same question over and over? After all it's already done with questions that violate the guidelines. It would certainly be a less frustrating approach for you.
It would, wouldn't it. We have considered other options, but I hate to change the format of this forum. It's worked pretty well for us for like over a decade now. And things have gotten (marginally) better since we reopened in September. If it gets worse again, I may have to change the ASK GREG policy, but for now, Gore and Todd and I are keeping things as is.
1. Does Chris Kent from Countdown still exist on Earth 16 or did he and old Earth 16 were destroyed in Final Crisis and Earth 16 was reborn as the Young Justice Cartoon?
2. Does the DCAU exist as part of the multiverse on Earth 12?
1. I don't know who Chris Kent is... but I'm thinking your latter option sounds good.
2. Don't know. I only really have jurisdiction over Earth-16. Beyond that, you'll have to ask DC.
1. Has the Joker killed anybody yet?
2. Are there any other super power drugs besides venom for example does velocity 9 exist on Earth 16?
3. Will there be any gay or bisexual characters in young justice?
4. Are all the good guys in young justice besides the married ones virgins?
5. Does General Lane hates Superman on Earth 16?
6. Why did ya'll make Cat Grant less vixen like?
7. Has Lex ever lived or visited Smallville?
8. Was Lex born into his money?
2. NO COMMENT.
4. Now, you're just trying to get me in trouble.
5. NO COMMENT.
6. Who says we did? Do you expect her to be "vixen like" ON THE AIR?
7. NO COMMENT.
8. NO COMMENT.
Hi Greg-- just a couple brief items. I wanted to comment that I think you and your team are doing an exceptional job with the Young Justice comic book which I don't think is getting the appreciation it deserves. It not only fills in a lot of character gaps that there is not time to get into on the show but it works around all of the plots/arcs of the show without spoiling or repeating them. The most amazing thing is if you only watch the show or only read the comic, neither experience is ruined as they both present themselves in a self-contained manner while also being a constant, evolving continuation. That is a fine balancing act that is not easy to pull off but as someone who both watches the show and reads the comic, the full experience of both really has brought this property to life and I am very glad it is going to be around for awhile. Without a solid DC show since Justice League ended and the Gargoyle property on hiatus, it is very exciting to have your working on a project that brings all of the elements that made Gargoyle's so special to the DC Universe. Thank you to you and your team for all the hard work-- please keep it up!!
Two quick questions:
1) Can you please get back in the habit of posting the credits for each episode after they air since it appears Cartoon Network is still going to split screen them into oblivion? I really enjoy seeing who does all of the voice work on the show.
2) Speaking of that, any possibility over the course of the this season and the next that Keith David will be tapped to play any kind of role on the show?
THanks for the kind words about the comic. That's exactly what we're attempting to do with it.
1. I never got out of the habit. I've been posting credits as soon after a new episode airs as I can possibly find the time.
2. NO COMMENT.
Was Jeffrey Robbins's "Gilgamesh the King" a refined novel version of the epic poem or something else entirely?
I'm not sure what you mean by "refined", but yes, it was a novel based on the epic poem.
First of all, I LOVE YOUNG JUSTICE! I think that it is really great, and I'm so glad that new episodes are coming :)
I just have a few questions:
1) Is Hawkwoman supposed to be Hawkgirl? If so, why do you call her "Hawkwoman"?
2) If Wonder Girl were on come onto the show, would you use Donna Troy or Cassie?
3) I know on YouTube there are a lot of fanmade videos of Young Justice. Have you seen any? If you have, do you like them?
Thank you for your time and keep up the good work :)\
1. Hawkwoman is Hawkwoman. That's why we call her Hawkwoman. There is no Hawkgirl on Earth-16.
2. NO COMMENT.
3. I haven't.
If I were to write a story about gargoyles who turn to stone at night, with NONE of your characters, NONE of your storyplots, NONE of your fictional locations, NONE of the traditions/culture/heritage of your gargoyles, NONE of the special characteristics that make up your would, would it plagiarism if the only thing connecting my story and yours was the fact that there are some sort of gargoyles who turn to stone at night?
If you got the idea from the show - then, yeah.
I love Young Justice very much, it is a wonderful show. I also liked Spectacular Spider-man, and I was sad when it got cancelled. My first question is: which show do or did you like working on the most: Gargoyles, Spectacular Spider-man, or Young Justice?
I like M'gann's "catchphrase", "Hello Megan!" and I don't understand why I see so many people write to you and tell you they hate it. I think it's cute. My second question is: What was the inspiration behind her catchphrase?
I loved the "Bereft" episode very much, and I noticed the Biyalyan language sounded very familiar to Arabic (I speak that language). My third question: Is it some other dialect of Arabic, since there are quite a few, or Eygptian or Jordanian?
My final question is another language one: What is Miss Martian's language? I know that Aqualad's is Ancient Greek, but I have checked many questions and can't find what Miss Martians's language is.
I am sorry if any of these questions have been answered before. Thank you for taking your time to do "Ask Greg"
1. Gargoyles is always my first love, but I've had a great time working on Spidey, YJ and WITCH.
2. NO COMMENT.
3. Bialyans speak Arabic, or perhaps a dialect of Arabic (if we got something slightly wrong, which I hope we didn't.)
4. Martian... or, in her language "M'arzz".
Hi, I find Young Justice a wonderful TV Series with such great characters and chemistry. I'm eagerly awaiting more new epsiodes. I just had a couple questions.
1. With Seaso 2 only having 20 episodes, has a season 3 been discussed at all?
2. Do you have an age for Paula Crock? Is so, how old is she?
3. How old is Sportsmaster?
4. Did you know iTunes still has the incorrect version of Drop Zone? Is there any chance this'll be fixed?
5. Are either Guy Gardner or Kyle Raynar Green Lanterns on Earth 16?
6. Do you have a list of the designations for the sixteen Justice League memebers that you could reveal? Like how Batman 02, and Red Tornado is 16. Can you reveal that?
1. Not yet.
2. Haven't I answered this? Oh, well, 48.
3. I KNOW I've answered this. Please check the ASK GREG YOUNG JUSTICE ARCHIVES.
4. I didn't know. But if so, it's frustrating. Hopefully, if it hasn't been fixed already, it will get fixed very soon.
5. Guy is. NO COMMENT ON KYLE.
6. I have the list, but as ALREADY STATED, I'm choosing not to reveal it, because I think it's more fun for people to find out for themselves.
In the future, please check the archives BEFORE posting your questions.
Hi Greg, just watched Targets and congratulations on taking part in the making of a great show!
1. What do the other students at the school think about Megan and Connor? Do they think they're strange?
2. What is the school called?
3. Will you be showing more scenes within the school?
4. How did Aqualad get to Rhelasia so quickly?
5. How did Superboy know so much about Rhelasia?
6. How does the "stealth tech" work?
Thanks in advance!
1. They think they're new kids. Opinions vary.
2. Happy Harbor High School.
4. He didn't go to Rhelasia. The talks were ABOUT North and South Rhelasia, but they were being held in Taipei. And he got there by Zeta-Tube.
5. His G-Gnome education contained plenty of history and current events.
6. Quite well, I think.
In "Leader of the Pack", there was that ship, Otoshiana-maru, and "otoshiana" means "pitfall" or "trap" in Japanese. While watching Targets, I got a kick when Superboy was giving the history of Rhelasia and he talks about the Bokun Dynasty starting in 1855. I realized, "bokun" means "split" or "cleave" in Korean, the ultimate fate of Rhelasia. Do I get a no-prize? I love how you use serendipitous names.
I'd love to take credit for both, but I can take credit for NEITHER. Michael Reaves, I believe, came up with Otoshiana. Andrew Robinson with Bokun.
I have a couple questions about the team's families. I'm trying to stick to background-y things, but I apologize if they get too spoilery.
1) How would Wally address the Garricks? Jay and Joan, Uncle Jay and Aunt Joan, Mr. Garrick and Mrs. Garrick, Moose and Squirrel...?
2) In the tie-in comic, Dick's narration is that his uncle can't take care of him, and that's why Bruce took him in. Can you elaborate on the specific nature of his uncle's injuries? Is he comatose, mostly paralyzed, something else?
3) The same issue reveals Dick's cousin was named John. In most continuities I'm familiar with, "John Grayson" is the name of Dick's father, and Dick's own middle name is John. Was this cousin named after Dick's father, or does Dick's father have a different name on Earth-16? Can you tell us the names of Dick's parents, aunt, and uncle?
4) How old is Alfred, and did he raise Bruce in Earth-16 continuity?
5) In the tie-in comic, Artemis's parents seemed to have had a once-affectionate, now-distant relationship. Her mother tells her father that he's 'out' if he doesn't change his lifestyle--is she planning to file for divorce, or are they just separating?
6) And... not really a family member to anyone but being their teacher totally counts here: does the Earth-16 Black Canary wear a wig, dye her hair, or is she just a natural blonde?
Thank you for your time, both working on the show and answering inane questions!
1. I like "Moose and Squirrel" but no, I think Uncle Jay and Aunt Joan are probably more appropriate.
2. NO COMMENT.
3. Dick's father's name was John. His mother was Mary. And, yes, Cousin John was named after Dick's father. Dick's uncle is named Richard - Rick for short. (Dick was named for his own uncle, obviously - the two elder Grayson brothers were very close.) Dick's aunt was named Karla.
4. Alfred is 64. And he was present during Bruce's childhood, but one of his great regrets is that he refrained from parenting Bruce. At the time, he thought it wasn't his place and maintained the distance of a proper English Butler. Now, he believes he made a grave mistake. He's treated/treats Dick VERY differently. And he treats Bruce differently now too.
5. NO COMMENT.
6. A gentleman doesn't tell.
Does Lois Lane exist on Earth 16?
Will we see her on a Young Justice episode?
If you've been reading our companion comic book, you've already seen her in issue #6.
I realize you're still not keen on revealing future plot points for what would have been season three and beyond of "Spectacular Spider-Man." But this question is about the first two seasons, although if the answer ever came, it would have been later. Which I guess places this in a murky gray area. Anyway, because I've been dying to know...
During the two seasons of the show, did Mary Jane Watson know Peter Parker is Spider-Man? In the comics, she knew since the night Uncle Ben died, so I ask if this was the case in "Spectacular Spider-Man" as well. A lot of her behavior towards Peter seems to point towards this.
I saw you answer a question about whether M'gann cooks meals for Superboy, to which you said, "Sometimes." But does Superboy ever try to cook anything for M'gann?
Would you be offended if I gave a tattoo of Goliath to a client of mine as long as I post the tat when its done
Go for it!
Is It true that David Sobolov will appear in Young Justice soon, based of this link?
And is Steven Blum will be joining the YJ Cast?
I'll confirm that David does a voice in Season Two. (And that's all I'll confirm.)
And Steven Blum is our Count Vertigo.
Hey greg I would like to ask your opinion on this articles I wrote (regarding story telling) and if possible some feedback thanks!
1.-http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/SoYouWantTo/DevelopCharacterPersonality That one is an analysis about developing a character pesonality. For a story teller of your caliber it won't be anything new of course.
2.-http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Analysis/Escapism This one tries to explain the concept of Escapism. I am sure that's something you master a lot.
Thanks for your time
I'm sorry, but I just don't have the time these days to read and give feedback.
I would like to ask you your opinion on the new show My little pony friendship is magic. In case you haven't seen it It's a show I strongly recomend.
Haven't seen it. But I've heard good things.
Did Alan Scott lived in gotham?
I'd think so.
I just wanted to say that Young Justice is by far the most amazing show ever created. So far everything about it has been absolutely perfect! Thanks you guys for making an epic show! And now to the questions:
1) What is your favorite part of making this show?
2) Does it ever bother you to be compared to Teen Titans?
1. It's all pretty cool (though I wouldn't mind a less brutal schedule). But it's tough to top our Voice Recording sessions for fun, and our sound mixes for making the whole thing come together.
2. Shrug. All things considered, I don't feel like that's happened overmuch.
I don't recall seeing this question in the archives, so I apologize if this has been asked before and I just didn't notice it. I'm sure that Kid Flash's outfit changed after the first three episodes (I believe that it changed with the fourth episode and the camouflage mode). Was his outfit changed after the pilot was made? Thank you for your time!
Nope. Brandon always wanted him in his classic outfit in the pilot, and the new duds thereafter. (It's just that in episode 3, he's in civvies.)
Do the following characters exist in the Young Justice universe?
The Question, Either Vic Sage or Renee Montoya?
Mr. Zsasz, you might not be allowed this one by S&P though
Tommy Monaghan aka Hitman
Jack Knight aka Starman (I assume the original was part of the JSA)
Why did ya'll decided to use sportsmaster and make him less lame?
Because the idea to make him more lame seemed... lame.
1. How did Lex become bald?
2. Why did you use a fake asian country instead of Korea for targets?
3. Why did ya'll make young justice take place in one of the 52 eaths?
4. Why do you put no comment on some of the questions?
5. Is Martian Manhunter afraid of fire?
6. When did superman ship landed on Earth?
7. Who was the Green Lantern in Krypton space sector when Krypton blew up?
1. Well, at this point, I think he shaves.
2. Korea didn't fit. Rhelasia's a real country on Earth-16.
3. As opposed to?
4. To avoid spoilers.
5. The way I'm afraid of bullets, sure.
6. 32 years ago.
7. I'd have to research that.
[Spoilers for Targets but... I hope everyone was tuning in after all this time!]
First, I want to take this moment to say that "Targets" is my favorite episode so far, and how Roy is written (and performed, Crispin Freeman is one of my favorite voice actors) is a big part of that. I love how determined he is to tough it out on his own, yet that he still has enough sense to know that Kaldur can contribute some very impressive skills if he ever has need of them. I think "Targets" is a wonderful showcase of the fact that while Roy is doing a pretty good on his own, he's still connected to the League and the team, and there's a subtle yet powerful display of his respect for Ollie and the League at the end, where he and Kaldur discuss the idea of a mole, yet Roy never mentions the fact that their Johnny-come-lately archer chick is kind of hiding her background.
I'm also really intrigued by the fact that the League of Shadows were involved both times Roy kicked off an episode's plot. So in summary, Roy is fantastic and the way you and the YJ production crew have presented him is also fantastic.
As for questions--
I thought the friendship between Kaldur and Roy was a nice touch, and a nice counterpoint to Dick and Wally's BFFness. They're not as close as Dick and Wally, but they like each other, get along, and complement each other well. It seems that Kaldur is much more successful at bailing Roy out of trouble than he is at preventing Dick and Wally from getting into it in the first place.
What I want to ask is, when the series was being developed, what was the reasoning behind writing them this way? Was it the natural consequence of Dick and Wally's friendship, that the two older sidekicks would be closer to each other as a result, or did everyone just like the way Kaldur's calm played against Roy's... somewhat significantly less calm? Or something else entirely?
It's a very interesting friendship, and I am hopeful of seeing more of it as the series progresses. Thank you to both you and the rest of the team behind Young Justice, because the time everyone's put into the show, from the writing to the plotting to the casting to the performing to the design work to the animation, is absolutely top-notch.
I think it was mostly an age thing. The two youngest sidekicks gravitated toward each other, and so did the two eldest.
Mr. Weisman, what does Batman like to read in his limited free time? Oracle asked him in the Batman's Artifacts episode, but he didn't really answer.
Police reports and the classics.
Hello, Mr. Weisman. Thank you for opening the ask a question function. I'll try not to waste your time.
1. In Young Justice #2, when Superman, Green Lantern (Hal Jordan), Wonder Woman, Hawkwoman, Aquaman, and Green Arrow show up, the Joker says "The gangs all here." This seems to imply that, along with the already present Batman, Flash, Hawkman, and Martian Manhunter, these ten characters constituted the League's membership. Since designators 01-07 were taken by the founders and Green Arrow is 08, by process of elimination the Hawkfolk must be 09 and 10. If I'm right, would you please clarify which of them is 09 and which is 10?
2. Also, concerning Young Justice #1 & #2:
a)Were these events set before or after the League "went public."
b)Was Batman the leader yet?
3. In Young Justice #6, Robin's revised origin featured six members of the Flying Graysons, instead of the three I'm used to seeing (four, counting his older brother in Batman Forever, when he's tragically orphaned at the age of thirty). What considerations went into the decision to increase the scope of Dick's tragedy?
4. In Young Justice #7, we see that Artemis put together her own superhero costume. I had previously assumed that it was something new she'd put together after becoming Green Arrow's "niece." Why did her constume suggest the Green Arrow so strongly, since it was before she'd been added to the Team?
5. In Bereft, Batman mentions the League's Charter. Clearly, this Charter, in some way, represents a delegation of power to the League to combat certain threats, but just what does it entail?
a)Does the League operate under the authority of an outside body, or is it autonomous?
b)Where does the League's operating capital come from? I mean, Bruce and Ollie are rich, but they can't pay for everything. Do they receive outside funding, patents on velcro, or t-shirt and toy sales?
c)Does the League's charter include by-laws governing how the League conducts business? Things like electing a leader, inducting new members and other organizational protocol?
6. How far in the League's confidence is Catherine Cobert? Does she know about the Watchtower, for instance?
7. Among the League's founders, on what basis were their numerical designators assigned?
8. Are Hawkwoman and Hawkman married on Earth-16?
9. From a logistics standpoint, who maintains the Hall of Justice and, more importantly, the secret Watchtower?
10. Is Sportsmaster a part of the League of Shadows? He didn't bow to Ra's al Ghul like Cheshire did.
Thank you for your time.
1. All your assumptions are correct, but the policy is NOT to reveal designations... mostly to preserve the game.
2b. The leadership rotates. Batman may have been leader a couple times over the League's history.
3. Felt right.
4. She admired him from a distance.
5a. It's autonomous but it has relationships with the United Nations and the U.S. government.
5b. Ollie is not rich. Bruce is. Beyond that, I'm not going into it at this time.
7. The order they showed up to battle the first menace that they fought as a group, before the League had even been formed.
9. Depends what you mean by "maintain".
10. Not currently. He's got larger responsibilities.
The Atlantean and Martian cultures fascinate me! Would you tell me everything you can about them without giving spoilers? If you can't, I understand.
Yeah... this really isn't a great forum for me to write essays, you know?
And that's ASIDE from the fact, that (a) I don't really have the time and (b) most of it falls under the category of spoilers anyway.
Hi Greg, first I'd like to say that you are doing a FANTASTIC job with young justice, and I don't say that about every show. But I would like to ask a few questions just clear up my confusion if you don't mind.
1. In young justice, is Hawkwoman the same as hawkgirl? I know that in young justice she's supposed to be hawkwoman, and so if they aren't the same, is it possible that hawkgirl could be a side-kick of hawkwoman? (sorry if it's a spoiler request)
2. When I first saw the Justice League movie, the one where all of the super heroes come together for the first time, Matian Manhunter and stated that he was the last of his kind and he came to Earth to warn everyone about the invaders, who killed his people, that they were coming for Earth. So how is it possible that Miss Martian could be alive, and her sisters that she said she has in episode 6, when the Martian race had been whipped out? (except for Martian Manhunter of course)
3. When you add team members to the team, is it possible for you to be able to make your own character, or does it have to be one that already exists in DC Universe?
4. How come Black Canary doesn't have a side-kick?
Thank you for your time. Sorry if any of these are spoiler alerts.
1. On Earth-16, there is no Hawkgirl. Only Hawkwoman.
2. Totally different continuity. We're not in continuity with any previous movie or series or comic book - EXCEPT our companion comic book.
3. Anything's possible.
4. Not everyone does.
1.In âDrop Zoneâ, how and when did Miss Martian plant a bomb in Sportsmasterâs helicopter? Was it actually Robin?
2.In âDenialâ, the witch boy claimed that Wally had zero affinity for Magic. How was his body compatible with The Helmet, then? Can you please elaborate on this?
3.In âTargetsâ, Cheshire was arrested and locked up. She then escaped, forcing Red Arrow to pursue. During this pursuit, Cheshire was seen using weapons. Shouldnât the police check her person for any weapons before locking her up?
4.Is Superman the only league member who knows Batmanâs secret identity?
5.In âSchooledâ, why is Superboy wearing a helmet while riding his motorcycle? I thought he was indestructible.
1. No. Miss Martian did it, while Superboy initially had Sportsmaster's attention.
2. Don't take Klarion, of all "people", too literally.
3. These were provided by Sportsmaster, post-escape.
5. He was undercover. And there are helmet laws.
YOUNG JUSTICE Episode #15 ("Humanity") Credits
Young Justice Theme and Music By
Casting & Voice Direction
Starring The Voices Of
Stephanie Lemelin as Artemis
Jesse McCartney as Robin
Danica McKellar as Miss Martian
Nolan North as Superboy, Zatara
Khary Payton as Aqualad
Jason Spisak as Kid Flash
Dee Bradley Baker as Wolf
Jeff Bennett as T.O. Morrow, Red Tornado, Red Volcano
Lacey Chabert as Zatanna
Rob Lowe as Captain Marvel
Peter MacNicol as Professor Ivo
Vanessa Marshall as Black Canary, Red Inferno
Based On DC Comics Characters
Batman Created By
Miss Martian Created By
Geoff Johns and Tony Daniel
Zatanna Created By
Assistant Production Manager
Lead Character Design
BG Key Design
Cynthia Q. Ignacio
Animation Timing Director
James Tim Walker
Ink & Paint
Main Title Animation
MOI Animation, Inc.
Wut It Is
Supervising Dialogue/ADR Editor
Mark A. Keatts
Post Production Manager
Dialogue Recording Studio
Recording Machine Operator
Jeff O. Collins
Post Production Sound Services
Audio Circus, Inc.
MOI Animation, Inc.
Young-Soo Yoo (Director)
Byoung-Ryul Kim (Director)
Gyu-Han Yoo (Director)
Executive In Charge Of Music
Business And Legal Affairs
John Michael Beach
Joulene St. Catherine
Executive in Charge of Production
Executives In Charge Of Production For Cartoon Network
Brian E. S. Jones
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There are, as always, a bunch of people who ALSO helped out but don't receive credits on screen for various (legal and precedent) reasons.
A handful (in no particular order) include...
Dan Soulsby - Talent Coordinator
Eric Lewis, CAS - Dialogue Sound Mixer
Geneva Ip - Assistant Engineer
Otis Van Osten - Sound Supervisor
Ron Salaises - Sound Effects editor
Carlos Sanches - Re-Recording Mixer
Stacy Michaels - Foley Mixer
Alex Ulrich - Foley Walker
I know I'm probably forgetting some folks, and I REALLY apologize! If you send me a reminder, I'll pimp you in another post!
1: Will we see teenaged villians like Sungirl, Inertia, or Joker's Daughter?
2: How many people are joing "The Team"?
3: Will Kid Flash ever get a girlfriend?
1. NO COMMENT on the specifics, but we have already seen many teenage villains.
2. NO COMMENT.
3. NO COMMENT.
hi greg so the new episode of young justice was on the 16th of september right? so i dont live in america and i dont know if it was episode 11 or not. i was wondering if you knew. i love the show i have been watching it for like only a week and i am hooked. (get most of the episode on youtube XD. big Robin fan) if you do know could you help me out here? thanks Kric
The episode SET on September 16th was the eleventh episode, if that's what you're asking. If you're asking me about an episode that AIRED on September 16th in your country, I have no way of knowing...