Monday, December 18, 2006

Glen Murakami Talks 5 Seasons of Titans



How did TEEN TITANS develop as a series? What about those Batman/Justice League crossover discussions? Why didn't Starfire get a season arc? Which villain was hard to figure out? What are the secrets behind Red X? How was the story developed for the last episode, THINGS CHANGE? What Titans stories remained on the cutting room floor? What would have happened in the sixth season? Which Titans would have "graduated" to their adult persona?

Get the answers to these questions and more! It’s Glen Murakami – Producer of Teen Titans the animated series - in perhaps his most comprehensive TEEN TITANS interview ever. Check out Five Seasons of Murakanime : An Interview with Glen Murakami: Glen takes some time to talk about how TEEN TITANS developed from season one through season five. Also check out some EXCLUSIVE Teen Titans sketches and character designs from Glen and the crew. The interview was conducted by Bill Walko, webmaster of titanstower.com.

Check out lots more interviews in our exclusive behind-the-scenes discussions with Producers Sam Register and Glen Murakami. Plus: Season-by-Season roundtable talks with David Slack, Rob Hoegee and Amy Wolfram!

5 Comments:

  • At 5:01 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    That was a cool interview...I guess. But amn you really need to verify your guestbook or it's gone! Just sayin!

     
  • At 3:37 PM, Blogger Nightwing said…

    done! no one else has comments on da interview?

     
  • At 9:31 PM, Anonymous matthew said…

    I kind of wish there was more closure on the show. I know real life has no closure, but darn, that's why I watch these shows. (It's also why I was never a big fan of Japanese anime).

    Still hoping for a new movie. Or a Justice League crossover involving Crisis on Infinite Earths and the older Titans. Because the more things change, the more they get retconned.

     
  • At 12:12 AM, Blogger Nightwing said…

    hey, Matthew, buy the TROUBLE IN TOKYO dvd release. If sales are good, they may do more Direct-To-DVD releases! Even if Cartoon Network passed.... it doens't mean Warner Bros. won't look to keep the TEEN TITANS alive somehow!

     
  • At 3:34 AM, Anonymous robin said…

    Coll!I like you,Murakami,but I just like Todd Nuck..

     

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