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I watched "Misplaced" yesterday morning and let me just say that it was simply awesome. I truly love Young Justice. Now, I have two questions about this episode:
1. When I saw Teekl transform into that huge saber-teeth behemoth, I expected Wolf to come down and attack. Seeing only Superboy face off with the cat didn't disappoint me, but it did leave me wondering about Wolf's wherabouts. Where was he and why didn't Conner bring him along?
2. So in one scene, Nabu seems to be losing his stability because the helmet has been split, and we know that since the item in question was shown to be present in both worlds. So just out of curiosity, what would have happened if someone in the adult's dimension had worn it and kept it on AFTER the two worlds merged back while Zatanna did the same?
1. Uh, maybe Wolf was on his own mission. (Honestly, the episode was just already crowded enough, don't you think?)
2. Any consistent reader of this site knows I'm not big on hypotheticals.
I was wondering how much can be shared between your show and the WB DC direct to videos. For instance, as the movies "Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths" and "Justice League: Doom" share an executive producer and lead character designer with Young Justice, could you theoretically utilize character designs from those two movies? I imagine that even if you could, you would prefer to tailor unique versions for the show; but I'm curious what can be reused.
We can - and occasionally do - reuse elements from past WB productions (usually things like cars or paper clips or other props, but also the occasional background design or pedestrian), as long as they fit the style of the series. This is done to save money and time, so that our designers can focus on elements that are more unique to our series.
A couple of questions about Misplaced:
Nabu desired Zatanna as a host because of her youth and magical ability.
Zatara persuaded Nabu to take him instead with his comment that he was at his peak of ability. Would Nabu's ideal host be someone both young and powerful? As a Lord of Order, would a potential host's virtue or goodness make a difference in his decision? Do youth and virtue/goodness amplify Fate's power?
With Captain Marvel, I liked your emphasis on Billy and his qualities of intelligence, determination, bravery, and loyalty. Cap is a powerhouse, but has shown the playfulness and enthusiasm of a child, not to mention a love of junk food. Billy is a child that showed the maturity of an adult, not to mention a love of the ladies.
As Billy ages, can the Wisdom of Solomon and Courage of Achilles bridge the gap between him and his alter ego? In other words, could those gifts somehow carry over to Billy without his transforming?
Thanks for taking my question.
Youth probably mattered, but to an immortal entity the difference between Zatanna and Zatara's ages may have seemed insignificant.
I'll leave the goodness question to your interpretation.
As for Billy, SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
I've been wondering about the inception of "Young Justice." Specifically, when was the show named? Was there any point at which it was "Untitled DC Animation Show" or was it "Young Justice" from the get-go? And did you choose the name "Young Justice," or was the project given to you with the name already in place?
Relatedly, did you consider at any point having The Team on the show be called "Young Justice," or was that always meant to just be the title of the show?
This is MOSTLY ASKED AND ANSWERED, but, yes, the project was handed us as "Young Justice" though I suppose if we had wanted to change it, we might have had the opportunity to suggest alternatives. But none of us wanted to change it.
We did have a discussion about whether the Team should be called "Young Justice" - but Sam, Brandon, Kevin and I all agreed that it would be cooler to make that ONLY the title of the series and not of the Team. At least, given the tone of our series.
Okay, just curious about this based on suspicion? In the episode "Infiltrator", was the the cafe girl in the Wayne Tech building a n existing character?
Not that I know of.
Hey, just wanted to say that that new episode was amazing! I watched it over and over aagin. I couldn't find many complaints about it. But one thing i wanted to ask was: at the end, some of the team reunited happily with their parents. They did not show Robin and Batman. :( could you maybe confirm if they had a talk or something that wasnt shown? Or is that too emotional for the big bad Bat? Also, were Robin and Artemis seriously injured in the fight? I mean, they were knocked out for most of it and when Robin woke up, he was holding his side and talking as if in pain. But back at the cave, they were both carrying boxes. Just wanted to know if their injuries were something we'll see/will effect them in the next ep (broken ribs etc.)
Thank you, and this is one of the best shows i have ever seen!
1. There just isn't room to show everything and everyone. But you can be sure that both were very glad to see each other.
2. Not seriously. Though of course, most super-hero shows play a little fast and loose with that sort of thing.
Someone already asked how old is Hawkman, so I'll ask:
How old is Hawkwoman?
How old is Felix Faust?
How old is Blackbriar Thorn?
How old is Wizard?
Also, what happened to the opening sequence in Misplaced?
As of the end of Season One:
1. Hawkwoman is 28.
2. I didn't set an age for Felix Faust, but he's older than a normal human lifespan.
3. Ditto for Blackbriar Thorn.
4. Ditto for Wizard.
5. Our main title has been truncated to make room for those fun DC shorts as part of DC Nation. (And before you ask, it does NOT upset me. I think creating a destination around DC Nation more than makes up for the loss of our main title.)
Do you think there's a way Disney and Marvel could be convinced to consistently pay royalties (including royalties paid to estates of deceased creators) on reprinted material like DC Comics does?
Horror comics legend Steve Bissette publicly announced that he is boycotting all Marvel products due to Marvel not paying any money to Jack Kirby's family (and keep in mind that Steve has noted that DC still pays him royalties for reprints of his Swamp Thing stories, and that he and John Totleban got paid when their co-creation John Constantine was adapted into that movie with Keanu Reeves.), there's been speculation that reprints of Alan Moore's Marvelman/Miracleman have been held up by by the fact the artists (included Rick Veitch, who has had trouble with Marvel in the past) didn't sign away their rights, and I think Don Rosa of Disney Ducks comics fame has refused to work for Disney again because they don't pay him royalties for reprints of his works.
Any ideas on how to get Disney/Marvel to remedy these situations?
First off, I can't confirm or deny any of your statements. I have no idea what Marvel and/or Disney and/or DC is or isn't providing royalty-wise. Second of all, I'm not a lawyer.
One might easily argue that I should be more educated on this subject, but one can't deny the fact that I'm NOT. And I'm just not going to speak to issues I'm ignorant of.
Hi! I love Young Justice, and I'm glad it's finally back. I don't even mind waking up earlier on Saturdays than I normally would. I think it's especially wonderful how you can see Superboy's development through the little things he does, like smiling at the little kid with the Superman shirt. It's subtle, but it's noticeable enough to be very effective, and I think it's good that the extent of his development isn't all in the things he says.
I have a couple of questions, too.
It might be more obvious to someone who's read more comics than I have, but on Earth-16, is Black Canary Dinah Drake or Dinah Lance?
Also, I noticed that in Misplaced, the opening was shortened even more. That made me kind of sad, and I figure it wasn't your choice, but Cartoon Network's. Maybe because of the DC Nation shorts? I was wondering if you think it'll be a permanent thing, but I understand if you have no idea either.
This Canary is Dinah Lance, the daughter of Larry Lance and Dinah Drake Lance.
hey :) :)
first off i want to thank you for all the great episodes of young justice. they are all so fantastic :)
i just have one quick question, right now how fast can kid flash run?
Fast, but not nearly as fast as the Flash.
I'm not asking if the backstory with Zatanna's mother is the same in Young Justice as it is in DC Comics, just asking if you're aware of what it is in DC Comics (i.e. that she's dead and was a witch named Sindella).
Yes, I'm aware.
In "Misplaced" when in Paris the timezone said CEST, but Daylight Savings Time ends in France in October, not November. So shouldn't the timezone have been CET? Or do the nations on Earth-16 observe Daylight Savings at the same time?
I did very careful research on the timezones and the dates and when they switched over. I'm not denying there's a possibility I messed up. I have before and I will again. But it seems VERY unlikely to me that I made an error, given how careful I was being. So are you sure about ALL your facts?
This is a Gargoyles a question.
Where did the Canmores get their resources for their weapons and technology? Obviously, they amassed wealth over the centuries, but how did they do it? What businesses? The original Hunter was an Assassin for Duncan. Did any of the other Hunters do assassin/mercenary work since it involves the same skill set as hunting gargoyles"
After Gillecomgain, the Hunters were members of the Royal family. Beyond that, SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
First off, huge fan of Gargoyles and really impressed that you're still so invested in the show.
Right, now the question - I've had a poke through the archives and can't seem to find anything quite like this so: Do other mythological creatures (eg dragons, manticores, unicorns, etc) exist in the Gargoyles Universe, or are the legends simply related to various Gargates or Children of Oberon.
As a follow up, if any of these species do exist are they intelligent, or just animals?
Generally, the answer is the latter, but the question is too big to be answered definitively. It's hard to answer something that gives examples, but still asks me to answer in theory with a single yes or no to simultaneously cover each and every fantasy species ever.
Hi Greg! I just watched "Misplaced" and it was amazing!
When I first read the Synopsis I though of the Justice League Unlimited episode "Kid Stuff", but your take is so much more interesting; I particularly liked the twist in the middle with the dual realities.
Second, thanks for finally answering the question on the League knowledge of Billy's dual identity (I knew Batman knew!) and I admit I Was looking forward to the Team to find out Billy's real age, hopefully they will star treating him better.
Third: Poor Zatanna, I think it's worse when you have to mourn someone that isn't actually dead.
Fourth, I like Riddler look, pretty nice, and pretty low key compare to other versions, although I Will miss the Bowler Hat. And the Light has Starro now, gives me goosebumps.
And Finally the date: November 5th! That's my birthday! Lots of things seem to happen in my birthday (remember, remember, the 5th of November).
Anyway, thanks for an amazing episode, and I can't wait for what's next (I've read the synopses, You Are Amazing!)
Thanks! (Of course, I had a lot of help.)
Hello, Greg, I would first like to say you are doing a fantastic job on Young Justice, but I have a couple questions:
1) You have stated before that the Riddler is not in Arkham Asylum as he is not insane, is this your opinion on the character in general, or just the Earth-16 incarnation?
2) Why did you decide to start with such an enormous threat as The Light for the first season of YJ, where a single one if the leaders could easily be the big threat of the season on their own? This isn't a critque, just curiousity.
1. I can only speak for the Earth-16 version, but obviously the opinions that Brandon and I held about the characters walking in, influenced how we chose to depict them.
2. We have a story to tell.
could you tell me a little more about the young justice video game? (without spoilers)
I CAN reassure folks that we're working with the makers of the game to assure it's in continuity. That it tells an important story from during the five-year gap, but that everything you need to know to enjoy the television series will be within the series itself. But if you ENJOY the world we're building, then I encourage you to pick up the game (when the time comes), as well as our companion comic book. Both media will help to fill out the world and tell more exciting stories with the great characters from the television series.
YOUNG JUSTICE: INVASION Episode #201 ("Happy New Year") Credits:
Young Justice Theme and Music By
Casting & Voice Direction
Starring The Voices Of
Cameron Bowen as Robin
Lacey Chabert as Zatanna
Tim Curry as G. Gordon Godfrey
Bruce Greenwood as Batman
Logan Grove as Beast Boy
Stephanie Lemelin as Catherine Cobert
Eric Lopez as Blue Beetle
Yuri Lowenthal as Lagoon Boy
Jesse McCartney as Nightwing
Danica McKellar as Miss Martian
Masasa Moyo as Bumblebee, Cat Grant
Nolan North as Superboy, Clayface
Yuji Okumoto as Tseng
Kevin Michael Richardson as Mal Duncan, Green Lantern, Martian Manhunter
David Sobolov as Lobo
Alyson Stoner as Batgirl
Michael Trucco as Adam Strange
Michael T. Weiss as Captain Atom
Mae Whitman as Wonder Girl
Based On DC Comics Characters
Batman Created By
Martian Manhunter Created By
Joseph Samachson and Joe Certa
Miss Martian Created By
Geoff Johns and Tony Daniel
Zatanna Created By
Gardner Fox and Murphy Anderson
G. Gordon Godfrey created by
Beast Boy created by
Cat Grant created by
Marv Wolfman and Jerry Ordway
Lobo created by
Roger Slifer and Keith Giffen
Nightwing created by
Marv Wolfman and George Perez
Mal Duncan created by
Bob Rozakis and Jose Delbo
Adam Strange created by
Assistant Production Manager
Lead Character Design
Jerome K. Moore
BG Key Design
Animation Timing Director
James Tim Walker
R. Michel Lyman
Ink & Paint
Supervising Dialogue/ADR Editor
Mark A. Keatts
Post Production Manager
Dialogue Recording Studio Recording
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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YOUNG JUSTICE and all related characters and elements are trademarks of and Â© DC Comics.
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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...
Curtis Koller - Talent Coordinator
Eric Lewis, CAS - Dialogue Sound Mixer
Chris Eaton - Ryan Johnston
Otis Van Osten - Sound Supervisor
Ron Salaises - Sound Effects editor
Carlos Sanches - Re-Recording Mixer
Stacy Michaels - Foley Mixer
Alex Ulrich - Foley Walker
John Wells - Research
Aris Katsaris - Atlantean Translator
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!
more of a comment. brilliant twist halfway through YJ's "misplaced"!
#1. First of all, misplaced is great. There are many parts of this that I absolutely adore. You never end to amaze me, the quality of the show is awesome. I'm truly grareful for this show.
#2. This is a question about Disordered. I know its a little late so im sorry. When Robin had his therapy session, Canary didn't say anything. Thought what was she thinking?
#3. Thank you for all the hard work you put into this show! Its the one show on tv that I actually like.
2. I think I'll leave that to your interpretation.
3. Thanks again!
I was going to ask if the team knew Captain Marvel was really a 10 year old kid, but it seems last episode answered my question. It's like you guys are psychic. But here's a question that's been on my mind for a while, did Riddler's escape his own doing or was his escape the actual goal of the attempted breakout?
One of the (more important prioritized) goals.
Heya Greg! I know your focus has been on Young Justice lately (as it should be) but hopefully you wonât mind kicking it a little old-school and reading fans gush about Gargoyles. This is more of a ramble than a question but hopefully you wonât mind.
I have a good friend that lives in another state that is fairly arduous driving distance away so we only see each other in person every couple months. Naturally one of our main ways of staying in touch is talking via IM. And one thing we do is choose shows one of us has never seen (mostly her, but occasionally me) and watch episodes at the same time we talk to each other, so weâre watching âtogetherâ even if weâre not actually together. We actually have a standing list of things we want to go through this way. And a short while ago my friend chose to start Gargoyles. We blew through all five parts of Awakening in one session and I thought you might get a kick out of seeing some choice bits of our conversation. (And yes my friend did give permission for me to share this with you.) Thereâs going to be more of what she has to say than me because I feel like reading me responding to her reactions with, âWhy yes that IS awesome and part of the reason I love this showâ would get old after awhile. The âchoice bitsâ are still pretty long, but hopefully you wonât mind too terribly.
Quick background. We are both of the female persuasion. Iâm 24 and have a B.A. in English and am going back to school in the fall for a Library Science degree. Sheâs 20 and a Creative Writing major at a University that feels there is very clear divide between âliteratureâ and âentertainmentâ and that all genre fiction falls into the latter category by default.
Needless to say, since both of us are fans of Fantasy, Science Fiction, and Animationâ¦we disagree with that. A lot.
Iâm going slightly out of order, starting with her reaction to seeing the theme song before getting into the actual episode stuff. Iâll use  to indicate me making a comment or an edit after the fact. âJâ indicates my comments. âMâ is my friend.
Oh and THEME SONG OF EPICNESS
Awesome visuals are awesome
Hey wait a minute
I've totally heard this before
The interwebs loves Gargoyles
I've never seen the visuals to the theme song though
So you probably have
As the interwebs should
I KNOW RIGHT!!??
[Start of Episode 1]
What do you know about Gargoyles already?
There are charries named Puck and Oberon
That's all I know
[First battle between Vikings and Gargoyles]
Ooooh that was really good animation
[Meaning that itâs still impressive now, and considering that itâs from 1994, is even more-so]
Hi hot lady
Hi fabulous Pegasus-like man
[Pegasus is a villain from season 1 of Yu-Gi-Oh with long white hair and aâ¦distinctive personality]
I know your voice
Hi Jeff Bennet?
[Re Demona and Goliathâs conversation with the Captain of the Guard after leaving the Banquet]
Redhead needs a haircut
I really like their relationship though so far
It seems rooted in a mutual respect
WHY AREN'T RELATIONSHIPS IN TV LIKE THIS ANYMORE
THIS IS WHAT YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO DO
THANK YOU GREG WEISMAN
THIS IS HOW RELATIONSHIPS IN TV SHOULD WORK
[Goliath and Hudson falling into the Vikings trap]
They turn to stone in the sun
And at night they're awake
That was a good bit of exposition
I just got back from seeing Puss in Boots yesterday and while it was good there was a *ton* of unnecessary exposition in dialogue
[The start of the Wyvern Massacre with the Hakon and the Captain arguing over smashing the Gargoyles]
Hello high [conflict]
DON'T DO IT
I feel bad
And I don't even know who that guy is
That gargoyle rather
[J] why didn't I watch this show as a kid?
I love the Magus
Can I marry Keith David's voice?
GET IN LINE
I love you already
"He's going to slay her!"
Wait is she really dead?
*is behind you*
"You are the betrayer?"
"All of my kind are dead"
"YOU LYING SCUM!"
"What sorcery is this?"
Can I marry the Magus?
Get in line :P
Oooooh nice twist
Hello long time in the future?
long time passed*
Who is this guy and when can I [censored] him?
And his tech guy?
Xanatos is dark hair and beard
Blonde glasses is Owen
And again get in line :P
"Pay a man enough and he'll walk barefoot into hell."
He has a HELICOPTER
I want him
He just needs to shave and clip the ponytail
I think the goatee and ponytail are sexy. So clearly I love him more than you do and should have him.
I'll take his tech guy happily
Yeah you can't have him either :P
You're about eighteen years too late :P
Do we get to see the Magus anymore?
I can't tell you :P
No spoilers remember
Because if I don't I will cry
This may be an off guess but are any of the present-charries descended from the past-charries?
But you can't answer that either
No spoilers LOL
This is fuuuun
Seeing all my wild guesses
I love Xan
I know you do.
This show has been really good about engaging right from the pilot
So far it hasn't really been talk-heavy
Owen is totally Magus
I think they're both voiced by Jeff Bennet
They're totally related in some way
Elisa is quipping a la Buffy before Buffy
But Goliiath wil save her
I love the Gargoyles
It's a nice deviation from what you'd expect
They're very respectful
And not all grrrrr
They have morals and principles they go by and they're fairly peaceful
Heeeee hundreds of spells
On a floppy
My 1TB talisman can kick its ass
I really really like this show so far
AND IS THAT THE REDHEAD LADY?
I saw poof
I'm so confused
But it's *really* hard for me to get into most shows and I'm into this one
Honestly I didn't think I would.
Am I not awesome at showing you things you'd like?
I mean I didnât think I'd hate it
Detective lady is wearing mom jeans
I really like that concept
Of not having names for things
And they utilize a large cast very well by having a few characters around at a time and having their different reactions ot the same world
We get expositoon that way and viewers aren't bogged down or feel the need to spread their interest too thin
Just "oh hey going on a NY adventure"
[When the Trio fight off the gang after saving Brendan and Margot]
That the guys react with fear initially and then charge
This show is really well-crafted
I mean you could just classify this as 'low-brow kids' entertainment' but it's really more than that
It's a beautiful work of art and storytelling that's fun and fanciful
There's so much work put into it and it shows.
And it has layered, deep conflict
IMO it's art
Very good, show!
Tranqs take a while to take effect
But yeah [censored] 'high art.' This is art
It's got all the complexity of a Shakespearean drama. It just happens to be animated and feature fantastic elements.
Oh yeah. I agree 100%
This show handles exposition beautifully
Seriously Greg Weisman is the MASTER of set-up and payoff.
It really works.
THIS IS WHAT I SHOULD BE LEARNING IN FICTION CLASS
[Re Elisa hiding from the goons]
Way to make the tension rise
THAT'S HOW YOU DO PACING FICTION CLASS
I rather like the music for this show too
I'm still kind of enamored by the whole show
It does action sequences very well too
Greg Weisman is incredibly talented and I bet my fiction prof would hate his guts
Oh yeah. The physicality is great. Not overdone and very realistic.
[Re Demona and Goliathâs reunion]
That's an evil smile
I don't like that
Awwww wing hug
That's so BEAUTIFUL
SEEE LITERARY FICTION?
SEE WHAT YOU CAN DO?
SEE THAT THIS IS NOT BULL[CRAP]?
I totally wrote a paper for a Shakespeare course that involved Gargoyles. I got an A in that class. :)
You are amazing
They said KILL
Do not mess with old guys and dogs
Especially if they're Gargoyles
And hi G-rated version of Lethal Weapon line
And that is why you back up your files
[Re the Blimp being on fire and falling]
And that would not be a scene post 9-11
No it would not
I think there'd be a lot less stuff blowing up in general
[Again re Demona and Goliath]
THIS NEEDS TO BE THE MODEL FOR FICTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
GOD WHY IS THIS SO AMAZING
Look at Lexington his laptop
That has like 250 MB memory LOL
You want to marry her too yes?
I don't like her hair :P
Aside from the hair :P
I kneeeeeew it
You villain sluuuuut
I can't heeeelp it
Heh Chinese food
That's a funny way to spell Patriots Jess
[This was soon after the Super-Bowl. Sheâs based in New England and Iâm from New York.]
And that's it
THIS IS WHAT ART IS SUPPOSED TO BE
THIS IS WHAT ENTERTAINMENT SHOULD STRIVE TO BE
SCREW THAT HIGH ART CRAP
Exactly. I have taught you well young Padawan.
Hopefully that put a smile on your face. We will be watching the rest of Gargoyles, and eventually W.I.T.C.H, Spectacular Spidey, and Young Justice.
I did want to ask, would you be interested in reading more of what we say as we watch?
Subsequent conversation snippets will probably be shorter, but I understand youâre very busy and that Ask Greg can get backlogged. Iâd only want to continue sending this kind of ramble if itâs something that you would enjoy reading, as a small way to pay you back for the excellent entertainment you provide. Iâd never want it to be a chore or something you feel you have to slog through.
So yeah. Hope you enjoyed! Please continue making awesome shows so we can keep watching. :)
I would be interested - though even admitting that fact makes me sound conceited. It's like, "Hey, post praise!" But basically, what I mean to say is, "Hey, post praise!"
But of course, in the interest of accuracy, I should point out that in your responses to her you really give all the credit to me, and that's, well, silly. Michael Reaves wrote all five scripts that you were praising. Frank Paur supervised all the storyboards and editing. (And those two talented guys are just the TIP of the Gargoyles iceberg.) I'm not saying I didn't contribute. I like to think I contributed a lot to both script and picture, but it was NEVER a one man show.
The world premiere of YOUNG JUSTICE: INVASION (i.e. EPISODE 201, "Happy New Year") airs tomorrow morning, Saturday, April 28 and repeats on Sunday morning, April 29.
If you've been enjoying the series up to this point, you do NOT want to miss the start of the Invasion. Big doings. Bigger revelations. New characters. New voice actors, including Mae Whitman ("Arrested Development", "Avatar, the Last Airbender") as Wonder Girl, Michael Trucco ("Battlestar Galactica") as Adam Strange and Tim Curry (too many credits to name) as G. Gordon Godfrey. Seriously, on YJ:I, things start hot and never cool off! Don't miss a minute.
PLEASE NOTE: On some (but maybe not all cable services) the show HAS officially been retitled "YOUNG JUSTICE: INVASION", so be prepared to set your DVRs accordingly. Check local listings for times, etc.
has the Big Bang actually occured yet? You know, Dakota's big gas explosion that created hundreds of super heroes or villains? Seeing as Dakota is appearing....its a good question
SPOILER REQUEST. NO COMMENT.
Dear Greg, why does Harm speak in third person?
He's kind of a freak.