Discussion in 'Star Wars Community' started by Qui-Gon_Reborn, Jan 1, 2012.
Here's what you missed
At least that's a mild gif compared to the others.
You're always right for 24 hours?
That is correct.
YES. IT. IS.
What's not a big deal?
And Frank, will I finally get my package before next Tuesday?
Batman cartoon>GL cartoon or you could spend that hour every week doing something useful
Chances will improve if you're a very good person and you don't commit any Volshisms before then.
TCW is an hour long?
I preferred the micro series from 2003.
The current series has a few very good episodes.
Have you ever watched Samurai Jack? I really liked it.
Ok, I'm not confused.
Or maybe I am.
GL cartoon is George Lucas?
I loved Samurai Jack.
If it was on CN, I probably liked it.
All I watched was SW and CN.
Now you can watch SW on CN.
I could in 2003, too.
As I added, GL cartoon is George Lucas? Or am I still confused.
You are most definitely a very confused girl.
In that case, I don't change my answer. Justice League cartoons and Batman win.
They're getting a new Batman on CN.
and Teen Titans
Hopefully they don't bomb, and are actually decent. Which is more likely than not, but still.
I'm off to bed.
don't let the bed bugs gitcha
#### this, I'm outta here.
No. It's. Not.
I'm not an expert on how these things work, but as far as I can tell the Green Lantern cartoon existed solely to advertise the movie franchise that Warner Bros were trying to make a thing. After the first movie flopped why would they keep the advertisements running? Especially if the viewing figure for it was never that high.
And with young justice, do you really think that is anything other than resource management to create space for a new Justice League cartoon? With WB reportedly trying to scramble to make a Justice League movie an actual thing so they can capture the success of The Avengers I wouldn't be surprised if at comic con they make a "surprise" announcement of an all new JL show to hype the movie up.
TL;DR: Calm down, the world keeps turning. New shows will be commissioned and this time next year you probably won't give a crap about Green Lantern.
But those replacements often aren't any good at all...
That was because 1) Spectacular Spiderman was done by Sony and Disney purchased the rights to Marvel franchises off them and 2) It wasn't drawing the viewing figures Disney XD wanted.
The Blue Lantern episodes of GL were brilliant. The writing on that show has been well above par. What is Cartoon Network thinking...?
And, by "What is Cartoon Network thinking..." I mean: When are they going to greenlight Season 4 of Boondocks?
So they replaced it with something worse...like what they did with batman. And like continues to happen...
I don't see how you can say that Young Justice has been replaced with anything worse when whatever will replace it hasn't even been announced yet. The Spiderman replacement had a new team working on it, if I'm right and Young Justice's cancellation is just resource reallocation then whatever would replace it would be by the same people who worked on YJ, just with a mandate to promote whatever product they've been told to base their new show around.
I'm just saying that there seems to be a trend here...