Monday, February 25, 2008

Tempest Returns, Plus Titans Tidbits from WonderCon


Newsarama reports from WonderCon, at DC's Countdown Panel:

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Winick's answer to bringing back Tempest/Aqualad - yes, but not right away was his answer. "It's Titans, so of course."

-- "He's coming back, but he's more dangerous than ever - now he's Quadragon!" Busiek answered to a question of whether or not Trigon will be returning in the pages of Titans.

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Will Wonder Girl, Robin, and the rest of the sidekicks ever stop being so "emo?" DiDio: "Have you ever met a teenager?"

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DiDio said that the upcoming Rogues Revenge will address what's been going on with the Rogues, and their part in Bart Allen's death and how they come to reconcile that.

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Moving to the "kids books" Jones said that a woman stopped by the DC booth Friday and said that reading Tiny Titans was like getting a hug. As the crowd said a unison "awwwww" Carlin quickly interjected, "That's not what reading Trinity is going to be like."

5 Comments:

  • At 4:59 AM, Anonymous old school said…

    Its great that garth is coming back. Now if onluy joey could too.

    and um why did trigon change his name?

     
  • At 3:09 PM, Blogger MetFanMac said…

    "Have you ever met a teenager?"

    A bit rich, being directed at a fanbase that is MOSTLY TEENAGED.

    Oh, and two words: Jaime. Reyes.

     
  • At 7:38 PM, Anonymous OLD SCHOOL !!!!! said…

    ok so it is TRIGON AND NOT QUADRAGON.


    But how did he come back? and if he can come cant arella,lilith all 3 had ties to the rings of azarath.

     
  • At 1:04 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    not sure how to contact you but here is some info about Direct to DVD Judas contract...

    from worlds finest

    "Teen Titans: The Judas Contract" Animated Feature On Hold?
    February 28, 2008 by James Harvey

    According to Marv Wolfman, one of the screenplay writers for the direct-to-video Teen Titans: The Judas Contract animated feature, the DC Universe Animated Movie is on hold.

    Wolfman states the movie is currently on hold because, according to Warner Home Video, there may not be enough of an audience for a Teen Titans: The Judas Contract animated feature to be successful. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract was originally scheduled to be the third DC Universe Animated Movie before Warner Home Video delayed it, opting to produce Batman: Gotham Knight and Wonder Woman direct-to-video animated features instead.

    Wolfman continues, saying that fans should contact Warner Home Video to let them know of the demand for a Teen Titans: The Judas Contract animated feature. Below is the contact information to send your thoughts and concerns regarding the future of the Teen Titans: The Judas Contract direct-to-video animated feature.

    Diane Nelson, President, Warner Premiere
    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    4000 Warner Blvd., Bldg 2, #103
    Burbank, CA 91522
    diane.nelson@warnerbros.com

    Lisa Judson, President, Warner Bros. Animation
    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    4000 Warner Blvd
    Burbank, CA 91522-0001
    lisa.judson@warnerbros.com

    Ron Sanders, President of Warner Home Video
    Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.
    4000 Warner Blvd., Bldg 160, #12112
    Burbank, CA 91522
    ron.sanders@warnerbros.com

    Wolfman worked on the original Teen Titans: The Judas Contract comic book storyline in addition to writing the screenplay, along with Tom DeSanto, of the animated adaptation.



    http://www.worldsfinestonline.com/news.php?action=fullnews&id=79

     
  • At 5:51 PM, Blogger mcgeemaw said…

    Have you ever met a teenager?

    That's a good question, since I don't think any of the writers know how to handle teenage characters.
    I never once engaged in the kind of dialogue you see in the comics with any of my friends.

     

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