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I don't have a question, and you don't have to post this at any point, I just wanted to express my sympathy over the way Cartoon Network changed the Young Justice show times. It seems rather unprofessional of them to have done so and not told you ahead of time (I assume, because of the post about the 210 episode). I will watch the episodes when they return because you have a good story even with how long each installment takes to come out (through no fault of your own)
Thank you. All of us involved with making the series truly appreciates your patience and understanding.
First off sorry for what cartoon network did and now on to my question.
Since Beast Boy didn't turn back to his human form when the collar was put on him, is his simian-like form what he normally looks like now.
As we've seen with Miss Martian, unconsciousness does NOT cause reversion.
I've been rewatching Spectacular Spider-Man over the summer, as well as introducing it to some friends who loved it, and I noticed some interesting subtle things that I hadn't picked up on before.
Such as Adrian Toomes and Otto Octavius worked together as scientists and they each have tech that relies on some form of mental control interface. Otto's is obviously more advanced because it needs to be since it controls extra limbs, but they have the same basic control principle. So I assume they worked together on a project that required such an interface with the brain.
And Dr Curt Connors was doing the spider experiments, combining different traits from many spiders into one super spider, as possibly a stepping stone for his research into combining lizard traits with humans.
Were these intentional or am I seeing connections where none were intended?
That was all intentional. Among the villains, we didn't want them to all be generic bad guys, who would work together or feud, simply as the need arose. We wanted to show that there were complex histories, alliances, friendships, rivalries, etc. between them all.
In short, we had backstories in mind.
Dear Mr. Weisman,
I asked you questions a long time ago, but now I write to thank you.
Two weeks ago Young Justice came back! And my whole family was so happy (myself included). I could not believe my eyes when I watched the fight between Young Roy and Mercy. It was so amazing! I have never watched a fight scene that was so interesting before. Usually I get very bored during action parts, since it is the same thing over and over, but in this one, for the first time, I was so excited!
Oh my, Darkest was very sad. I can't help but pity Aqualad (He is my favorite character). I thought, it's so funny and sad, how that when Aqualad finally begins to gain the Light's trust, he is starting to lose his friend's.
I miss the first Young Justice very much, but it's hard to be unhappy when it has become this amazing series! Invasion is very good, I especially admire the writing. All the characters speak so well! Please, if possible, thank the voice actors and the writers (you too) for their work. They do a wonderful job.
The animators need a thanks too. The fight scene between Mercy and Young Roy was perfect!
Thank you once more for this show. It brings my family together, which doesn't happen very often in my house.
P.S. Very sorry, but I do have one small question!
Where is Atlantis located in the ocean? (Sorry if this seems silly, but I am really curious about it).
In the Atlantic.
soo, this isn't so much a question as it is me saying sorry about the hiatus, as it seems cartoonnetwork is doing to your show what they did to generator rex. havent heard of that show b4, just blame CN. sorry again for the hiatus, it sucks.
It is what it is. Onward and upward.
Mr. Greg Weisman,
On this day of this posting (which is the day before my 25th birthday), I woke up early in the morning with the anticipation of watching the newest episode of Young Justice. I do not watch it on TV because I do not have cable. However, I usually watch it after it is posted on the internet; this is the only way I am able to watch the show due to the lack of having cable television, as I mentioned before.
Being that I live in California, the sad news hit me when I looked into the AskGreg website to see if people from the East Coast were asking questions about this week's episode (since they would normally watch it first). Apparently, Young Justice never aired (as indicated by people asking questions about what happened). Cartoon Network threw a bombshell at us by celebrating its 20th anniversary or something and showing completely different cartoons.
I have to say that this was pretty poor timing on Cartoon Network's part. However, I am in no way blaming you, since you'd probably have no idea what the heck just happened. After I found out what Cartoon Network did, naturally, I was extremely disappointed.
The first announcement by Cartoon Network implied that Young Justice: Invasion was been held off until November. At the time, I wasn't worried. I figured since I learned that episode 19 and 20 were the only ones that weren't ready to be aired, I thought in my own mind that perhaps DC Nation was eventually going to do something special and throw some kind of 90-minute or 2-hour season finale for Young Justice: Invasion to compensate for the weeks in which the show was supposed to air.
THEN, sometime after 3 pm, more unfortunate news came in which Cartoon Network made an announcement that DC Nation would resume on JANUARY 2013. While I feel that this was an injustice, I did my best to maintain my cool. I'd imagine, however, that fans of your show throughout the country are probably throwing fits or are crying to their parents (all depending on their ages).
I have waited three months of the summer for Young Justice: Invasion to come back and I was happy that it did. However, after only seeing TWO episodes and having forced to go through ANOTHER hiatus, I feel that we, the fans, should be given some kind of compensation. I REFUSE to wait out another three months, just when the show was about to get exciting and we were about to see some kind of resolution after the "Darkest" episode…
Thanks for hearing me out,
And please do not "REFUSE to wait out another three months". That helps no one. We're coming back, that much I can guarantee. I think you'll like what you see when we do. So hold tight.
Meanwhile, I've convinced Cartoon Network to send a check for twelve cents to every fan of Young Justice: Invasion, who's home address was registered with the United Nations Cartoon Liberation Foundation. The Man from U.N.C.L.F. should be contacting you soon.
Another reason for me to get even more upset: There will be NO new shows until January 2013.... Cartoon Network has made the most heart-breaking screw-up ever!!!! Now we'll never find out what happens on the next episode of Young Justice!
Read this if you don't believe me: http://www.nickandmore.com/2012/10/13/dc-nation-has-been-replaced/
"Never" does not equate with "January". Please have patience. We're almost there.
I just wanted to thank you for Young Justice. During the first season, the characters grabbed my heart and wouldn't let go. And, though I was initially surprised at all the change in season 2, I'm so excited for how it is turning out. Every Saturday I wake up early (my mom says that you do in a half an hour what she couldn't throughout my whole life; make me wake up before noon on a weekend ;D )to watch it, and every weekend I love the show more and more. Dick Grayson and Wally West are my favorites, and I love their interactions (be they best bros or fighting.) I'm sorry that Cartoon Network cut Young Justice out - I'm boycotting them until they bring it back. Anyhow, I just wanted to let you know how much I love the show, and that I'm firmly against CN for taking it down. Keep on being awesome.
We'll try, thank you.
This really isn't a question. More just offering my condolences to you and the whole YJ team. It's obvious that you guys have put forth a lot of effort into creating an absolutely MAGNIFICENT show for people to enjoy...
And yet, for all your hard work and dedication, Cartoon Network decides to pull this kind of nonsense. It's shameful, really.
As of now, there hasn't been any official statement or any sort of explanation as to why the DC Nation block was removed for the foreseeable future. It seems to me that the respectful thing would have been to air previously aired episodes of both YJ and GL -- but to replace these shows with Dragon Riders (or whatever it's called) is just rude: it shows a complete lack of respect for those involved in the making of YJ and GL, as well as those who wake up early every Saturday/Sunday morning to watch. In my case, I was up at around THREE O'CLOCK. Seriously. That's how excited I was. I just couldn't sleep! And it was virtually the same last weekend and the weekend before that.
I really am sorry that CN shows you and others so much disrespect. They owe everyone an explanation and an apology -- especially to you and the whole YJ team.
Well, technically what's "owed" and what's "politic" are probably two different things. But thank you.
Hey. This isn't really a question so much as an apology.
I know that your ask box is probably getting flooded with angry asks about why the DC Nation block was suddenly pulled, leaving us Young Justice-less. I also know it's not your fault, and I'm sorry that this wonderful, gorgeous show that you guys have worked so hard on and that we love so much has been mysteriously pulled for the month of October.
I just wanted to let you know that I appreciate all that you and Brandon do, and that I love your show. Thank you so much. :)
You're very welcome.
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