Hi James. I think that this link could serve for some page of The World's Finest, likely for the unmade projects page: http://www.***************.com/stories/0807/26/dcanimated.htm. Before I leave, I has a question. Which other DCAU members, apart of Bruce Timm (b.t.) are in Toonzone? Thanks!
Hi James. I only wanted to ask you one thing. According to the question that I made to you about the interviews, it could be possible that a normal person like me could interview the DCAU staff if I can contact networks or studios? Also, did you know the reason for which The Justice League Watchtower subsite (http://jl.toonzone.net/) someday will have the missing information or will be updated?
And James. A last one animated project of my knowledge is an animated Plastic Man TV show starring Tom Kenny ordered by Cartoon Network in 2006, but only its pilot was made. And also, I wanted to recommend just in case you can interview Glen Murakami in the future if you could ask him about what villains were going to appear in BtB, which was the second BB DTV's story and if is still possible a TT season 6. Thanks!
Hi James. I had a question. How do you and Zack contact the DC animators to interview them. Online? If it's online, could you please explain me how I could interview them. Also, as a recommendation, I would like to suggest a page with the restricted Batman characters affected by the Bat-Embargo, which could contain designs for the characters and commentaries about in which episodes they were planned to be featured.
Hey James. I almost forgot this. Among other cancelled animated projects were sequels to Wonder Woman and Green Lantern: First Flight. Also, there was a Superman animated short by Genndy Tartakovsky and Scott Willis which ended up scrapped. And I also heard something about that the Question had almost his own DCAU spin-off and also a Superman spin-off in the universe of Beware the Batman, but I'm not very sure...
Hi James. I wanted to tell you and Zack about some unmade DC animation for the list. There are Justice League: Worlds Collide, a second Batman Beyond DTV, a Catwoman film by Boyd Kirkland, The Batman DTV The Batman vs. Hush, the The Judas Contract original movie planned in 2006, an Aquaman movie that Bruce Timm canceled in 2010 and the original version of The Killing Joke which would have come out in 2009.
Good afternoon Mr. Harvey. Sorry if this has been brought up before but are there any threads on the DCAU version of Professor Emil Hamilton? I was thinking of starting a conversation on him since I didn't see any threads on him within the first few pages but I didn't want to jump the gun and just assume it was alright until I knew there weren't any pages specifically dedicated to him.
It's interesting how Barbie: It Takes Two has recast 5 characters. Brooklyn Barbie & Rafa are voiced by Tatiana Varria & Nicolas Roye instead of Amber May & Alejandro Saab. Chelsea is voiced by Anna McGill instead of Cassidy Naber & Natalie Lashkari. Trey is voiced by the late Billy Kametz instead of Eamon Brennan. Whittaker Reardon doesn't have a credited voice actor, but it's not Johnny Yong Bosch.