A Station Eight Fan Web Site
Why does Sevarius willingly work for Thailog after he previously attempted to kill the "good doctor?" Is he willing to forgive that for Thailog's money, or is there some fear involved?
No hard feelings. Sevarius follows the money. And the science. And the opportunity for drama.
I have a few questions about the Bio Ship
1; What powers them
2; Do they eat? Drink? Defecate?
3; How long do they last?
2. They absorb.
2a. See question 2.
2c. See question 1.
3. Their life-span is long, assuming no catastrophic injury.
I'm assuming Wally and Artemis go to Stanford as they live in Palo Alto (so glad you decided on Palo Alto. I always love when my hometown gets mentioned haha). Just wondering, is the number jersey Artemis wears in Salvage significant? Like, does it represent a certain player? If it was number 12, I'd understand it'd be for Andrew Luck, but it's 13. Thanks!
<sigh> It was supposed to be 16. But it was too late/too expensive to change.
Did you came up with the idea of "Apple Laxative"?
That specific phrase? Yes.
Each member of the Light seems to represent a certain sphere of influence, Lex Luthor being business, the Brain science, Klarion magic, Queen Bee politics, Ocean Master the sea, with Vandal Savage representing experience as befits a leader or first among equals. My question is what Ra's Al Ghul's sphere of influence is and do you agree with this assessment?
To a certain extent, yes. That was part of the equation. But not all of it. And there's some obvious overlap too.
Ra's represents the underworld, specifically the League of Shadows.
What's Wally and Artemis's dog's name?
I want to say Brucely.
Dear Mr. Greg and Whoever Else May Be Credited With The Writing For "Salvage":
I absolutely loved this week's episode. "Salvage" has, in tumblr terms, provided "so many feels" for many shippers of the Spitfire (Wally/Artemis) and CheshRoy (Cheshire/Roy) pairing supporters; those "feels" were multiplied even more with the introduction of Lian.
I LOVE that Wally and Artemis are still together after 5 years and are a cute, loving couple. I LOVE that Lian has been born and that Jade seems to be doing her best to not only fix up Roy, but to have some stability in her family for the sake of her daughter. I also LOVE that she and Roy were married.
Once again, thank you. Words cannot express any more of what I am feeling, but let me just say that all throughout this morning I had to stop myself from involuntarily smiling at the thought of this episode.
Keep up the AWESOME work. :)
OMG! I just LOVED today episode! "Salvage". I thought for sure that the hero that had "fallen from grace" would have been Kaldar considering what happened last week but I was just as glad to see Roy come back into the picture! Now everything is complete and all my questions have been answered! I know what Roy's doing and what happened to Wally and Artemis! I LOVE the fact that after 5 years that they're still together! Now my mind can rest. It's been driving me CRAZY for the last 3 weeks to know what happened to Wally and Artemis, I already knew that Kaldar would be making a showing and that he now had a Black Manta connection but not knowing what was going on with Wally and Artemis was making me nuts. I figured that they'd be in school since it didn't seam that they had passed on (some people thought that Artemis would have gone bad but I figured that that wasn't true. You went through the trouble of having this Artemis of Earth-16 go down the hero path instead of a villainess one and in "Unusual Suspects" had her reveal her family connections to her friends and her finally being able relax and find acceptance I found it highly unlikely that her future would swing the other direction...) I hope to see them again! They're so cute together!
Now I can wait for the upcoming episodes in peace. ^_~
But on to my questions these are regarding Miss Martian and Superboy and their aging processes.
Now M'Gann is approached as having been of an equivalent of "16" in season 1, and Martian Manhunter mentioned that she was 48 earth years old. Now 48 divided by 16 equals 3 so what I was wondering was:
1. Does M'Gann age at a Martian emotional and physical equivalent so that every 3 earth years of ageing and development for her is the equivalent of 1 human year? So instead of her being "21" she's more like "17 and 3/4"? Almost "18"?
Now Superboy. He was force grown to 16 years in 16-weeks, and he can't visibly age on the outside. But he can age internally / physically on the inside. So it can't be said that he's "21" like Kaldar and Wally are.
1. So does this mean that at some point internally he'll be elderly with all the negatives that with it but sill look like a 16-year-old hottie?
If so that really is a "standard blessing and curse".
2. Exactly where is his age in the emotional sense since that's the only "ageing / maturity" that would be visible?
3. How old is Superboy internally? He was force grown to 16 years in 16 weeks. So does his body think that it's 16 in season 1 and 21 in season 2 or does it read it's self as younger since he's only almost 6 chronologically?
PS: I loved the "You freshman never do the homework." Statement that Conner made.
I also noticed that in the last episode that Superman called Conner, Kon-El. That made me happy too. Although the caption on my TV said 'Conner' instead. Like in "Earthlings" when Conner says that he doesn't visibly age, the captions said physically age. Which means two entirely different things. Not visibly aging means that you can't see the aging, but that it is occurring. Not physically aging usually equates immortality.
4. Dose it annoy you when closed captions get things wrong like that?
One word that seams to give a similar impression like visible and physical can give a person 2 distinct understandings, and in this case it would be the wrong one.
a. Yes, she's the biological equivalent of an 18-year-old, give or take, by Martian standards. Of course, that has nothing to do with how old she chooses to look as a shape-changer.
2. That's a matter of opinion.
3. I don't think his body is quite as obsessed with numbers.
c. Yes, captions are notoriously unreliable. Which is a shame. (I don't know why they don't work off the scripts.)
4. A lot.
Does the Speed Force exist in Young Justice? I was confused by the character profiles that came out because I was certain that it did not, but Barry Allen's profile said his suit was Speed Force resistant.
ASKED AND ANSWERED.
And I don't know what "profiles" you're referring to.
Greg, I'm a big fan of Young Justice, and I think it's really great that you are willing to answer questions about your creations like this. I have 3 questions:
1)In "Salvage", Artemis and Wally go to school in Palo Alto. Is this meant to imply that they attend Stanford? I ask because I figure you won't be mentioning an actual university on the show.
2)Also in "Salvage", Red Arrow's apartment appears very similar to the apartment at the end of the "Under the Red Hood" movie. I'm guessing you recycled the animation to save money, but did you intend it to be a nod at the Jason Todd/Roy Harper Outlaws, or was it just coincidence?
3)In "Targets", during the scene outside Happy Harbor High School, there is a moment where 4 people wearing logos on their shirts are lined up as follows: Superman ("S"), the high school ("H"), Flash (a vertical lightning bolt), and Batman (which in this case looks a bit like a "T"). Was this meant to resemble a certain 4 letter word that would be inappropriate for a cartoon, or was it just a coincidence? I laughed when I saw it because it's pretty clever.
Anyway, thanks again for such a great show. I hope you get many more seasons!
2. It's the same apartment from "Auld Acquaintance".
3. I never noticed.