The power of the crimson red
Can lead your soul away from dread
And heal the deepest wounds of hate
Let no one else decide your fate
I just have to let out my rage right now. First of all, I had no idea that Greg Weisman, the creator of Gargoyles was also the producer for Young Justice. Even though I still need to watch his The Spectacular Spiderman, for all intents and purposes, Weisman’s work in science fiction and fantasy had excellent writing and diverse casts. Young Justice, being lead by a black guy for the first season? #WINNING. #DCNation has a huge following on Saturday mornings, and now The Cartoon Network, as it did with Adult Swim‘s The Boondocks as well as the ThunderCats reboot, is about to make a lot of fans angry once more.
Instead of Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice, DVRs recorded the How to Train Your Dragon cartoon, all because Cartoon Network wants to have a month long birthday celebration. Sounds like a spoiled kid if you ask me!
This came without warning, and I was really looking forward to procrastinating, breakfast, and DC Nation before I have to go to work. Now, I am considering joining a letter writing campaign to bring these two shows back. I just need to know where to start.
- Animated Series and DC Nation Disappear (blogofoa.com)
- One Blerd (newyspeaks.com)
- Cartoon Network Abruptly Pulls DC Nation From October Lineup (spinoff.comicbookresources.com)