Justice League producers talk about the future of the show

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  1. Rob T

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    http://www.comicscontinuum.com/stori...03/justice.htm
    Justice League producer Bruce Timm signs at the DC Comics booth at WonderCon.
    SAN FRANCISCO -- If Justic League Unlimited is his last hurrah with DC Comics characters in animation, producer Bruce Timm figures he might as well go out with a bang.
     
  2. Scott L

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    Wow, very nice article. I didn't want to read the second half because of spoilers (and laziness), but I'm glad to see the show isn't ending. I used to watch Cartoon Network all the time, now the only show I watch on it is JL.
     
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    I'm in the minority, but I also like Teen Titans.
     
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    I miss watching superhero shows on tv and I keep missing Justice League when they show it, so I hope there are plans to release the seasons so I could at least catch up.
     
  5. Scott L

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    They're out on DVD, I Netflixed some.
     
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    Box sets would be nice. This show is target at an older demo, so I hope they eventually go that route.

    Doctor Fate eh? They're going to have to power him down a bit.[​IMG]

    Capt Atom too, sweet.

    I hope Ray Palmer is in the back somewhere.[​IMG]
     
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    When were the season box sets released? I thought it was just select episodes like the Batman:TAS(for now, at least).
     
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    That is correct. I'm hoping if the Batman: TAS set sales are great and Warner realizes that there is a huge market for this show in season sets then they'll put them out there.
    They seem to be resistant to putting their newer animated shows in season sets, which I don't understand, but oh well.
     
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    What a great article, hearing the future of Justice League from the source with two more seasons is exciting. Can't wait.
     
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    Well, I'm happy to hear more episodes are being released but I'm disappointed to hear each season is only 13 episodes long. The first 2 seasons were 26 episodes long so in essence, we're getting 1 'full' season.
     
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    You sure they don't mean 13 1-hr episodes or 26 2-parters?
     
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    A quote from the original interview:

    "But they did come to us and say, 'We would like to pick up Seasons 3 and 4 of Justice League.' They did have a couple of stipulations. One of them was that they didn't want two-part stories any more; they wanted us to do half-hour, self-contained stories.
     
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    Well that sucks. Can't do much in 20mins.
     

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