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Me again Greg just a quick question,
If Lucas "Snapper" Carr appears in another DC cartoon, would you want to voice him again?
I'll take all the work I can get. ;)
YJ feedback and things I would like to say about Barbara Gordon:
Greg, I would like to say I am very very happy that you've casted Jesse McCartney and Alyson Stoner as Dick Grayson and Barbara Gordon and that they are now some of my favourite YJ characters. If Dick and Barbara weren't voiced by any "good talented" Disney stars, they would have been boring characters.
I don't know about you Greg. But since she's voiced by a "good talented" Disney star I really felt Barbara's personality is leaning towards "Christy Carlson Romano" territory after watching her appearance and attitude on your show. It's a good thing BTW. Oh and I would love to see more appearances of Barbara.
I'm thrilled with Jesse and Alyson too - though I wasn't aware that either were "Disney stars" and whatever roles they may or may not have played in the past had no influence on us here.
Will we see more of barbara and bette in future episodes
Will the Light be the main villains for the whole series or just this season?
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Twelve episodes into "Young Justice," and my question is essentially the same one I asked after the premiere: why is this show so predominantly focused on the male characters at the expense of the female?
The show still features only two girls on the team. The women of the Justice League have hardly been seen at all - your interviews when the show began certainly led me to believe Black Canary would play a far stronger role. But most frustrating of all, even this far into the season, Miss Martian and Artemis are consistently portrayed as the least experienced heroes struggling to keep up with the boys.
Last week in "Terrors," we got to see Superboy and Miss Martian undercover together - with M'Gann quickly discovered and captured, and eventually rescued by Superboy. This week, Artemis got to follow Robin around, panicking and asking, "What do we do?!" Yes, she was the one to save her teammates in the end, but she did so following Robin's plan, and the momentum of the episode was built around her fear, not her strength. It would have been a powerful emotional journey - if your show also allowed women to be the strong and independent heroes as often as the boys. When most of the stories are about the guys taking the lead, an episode like this about Artemis just serves to underline the disparity between the tough guy heroes and the emotional rookie girls.
(And a more minor note: I was also pretty disappointed by the cameo from Barbara Gordon, one of my favorite comic characters in all her incarnations - reducing such a brilliant and independent person to a moment of glaring jealousy.)
I'm sincerely baffled how such a dude-heavy show can come from the writer behind the many wonderful women of Spectacular Spider-Man - not to mention the same writer who gave the world Elisa Maza!
I don't think it is "predominantly focused on male characters at the expense of the female". And I don't agree with most of your characterizations of our characterizations.
I think you have a very black-and-white view of what qualifies as "strength" - let alone what constitutes an "independent" character - male or female.
I'm very proud of Elisa and "the many wonderful women of Spectacular Spider-Man" but I don't think that any of those characters DEFINE how other female characters should be presented. Female strength and independence should be as diverse and multi-faceted as those qualities are in males. I try to write what is RIGHT for an individual character instead of putting her OR him in a pre-assigned slot for strong or independent.
If you don't see Artemis as strong, coming out of "Homefront" than I feel like we've little common ground for discussion. To me, it's not lack of fear that makes one strong, but how one triumphs over that fear.
By now, you've probably seen that next to Batman and Red Tornado, Black Canary has the largest role of anyone in the League. I'm personally quite happy with Miss Martian and Artemis and how they've been presented. We've added Zatanna, and we're not done.
Maybe by now you've changed your mind. Maybe not. And you're certainly entitled to your opinion. But you haven't come close to convincing me that you're correct.
I'm curious how Icicle Senior managed to get Killer Frost, Mr. Freeze, and Captain Cold to cooperate with him in his plan to bust the other cons out of Belle Reve. I mean, these guys are villains, not heroes. I understand why heroes would want to help out other heroes, but I think villains by their very nature wouldn't really care much about the well-being of other villains unless it's somehow in their own best interest or if the villain that they are helping is someone that they are personally close to. Why would these guys be so altruistic as to help anybody else?
Altruism had little to do with it. The phrase "in their own best interest" from your post stands out.
Hey, Young Justice is awesome man! Your doing great on that series.
1. How come while Artemis, Robin, Wally, M'gann, and Superboy have to go to school, Aqualad doesn't?
2. Are you planning to reveal more about Green Lanterns in Young Justice or at least making them a main focus in an episode?
3. What grades are the Team all in?
1. He graduated from his basic Atlantean required schooling and completed his mandatory military service. And he dropped out of the Conservatory of Sorcery.
2. Eventually, the television series and/or the comic will reveal more.
3. Conner & Megan are in 11th grade. Wally & Artemis are in 10th. Dick is in 9th.
Great job on Young Justice so far. I got a few questions:
1.What are the names of Red Tornado's "sibling" androids from episode 12?
2.Will Kid Flash and Artemis become friendlier to each other?
3.Will more characters join The Team later on in this season or next season?
1. Red Torpedo, Red Inferno and Red Volcano.
2. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
3. SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
Hello Again Mr Weisman! Thanks so much for the answers earlier, and now I have a couple more.
1 In Young Justice issue #6, Superboy says that he wants to take Superman "out", will this be touched on in the series?
2 I read in the YJ archives that Jor-El and Lara came to Earth with Superman, will we meet them or are they deceased?
Thanks for taking the time!
2. You read that where? I'm sure I never confirmed that.
Just wanted to say I love Young Justice. My daughter and I watch it religously, and when I can get her to the comic book store, she can never make it past the Young Justice comic without grabbing a copy.
The new episodes are fantastic. I love the pacing of the series. Please don't stop the occasional focus on characters like Red Arrow, or fantastic moments like the dessert scene with Bruce and Clark. Also, as someone who watched the original Super Friends way back in the day, I was absolutely cracking up at Marvin's "M" shirt when he crashed into Connor. Priceless.
My only question is: Since the big DC reboot, I haven't seen anything about Young Justice being in the New 52. Is the Young Justice comic going to continue, or are there any plans for any upcoming comics in the Young Justice continuity/Earth 16?
Thanks for all of your efforts on the show! As I watch each episode, it really shines through that this is "special", and that the creators really care about it.
The comic is indeed continuing. At the moment, it and the show are the only things in the Earth-16 continuity.
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