My votes for writer: Gail Simone, Allan Heinberg, Chuck Dixon,
My votes for artist: Clayton Henry, Todd Nauck, Ed McGuinness.
There's not one creator there that I don't think would be perfectOriginally Posted by Chris McCarver
I never saw the episode. But it smells like a retcon to me. I loved the series as it originally was(a sort of futuristic hybrid of Spider-man and Batman), and wouldn't want it to change at all.Originally Posted by YouStayClassy
And Bruce HAS to be in the cast.
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Basically it delt heavily with the storyline that was going on in JLU. Like I said...they explained everything perfectly:Originally Posted by YouStayClassy
Amanda Waller had pulled some strings to get a Terry's DNA changed while he was still in his mother's womb to be an exact match for Bruce's. The parents had no knowledge of this. I think they pointed out that Terry's Parent's were the best match for them to be able to alter their child's DNA. Amanda Waller did it so the world would never have to go on without a batman. However when they were going to kill Terry's parents off to recreate the event that turned bruce into Batman, the assasin (The Phantasm from Mask of the Phantasm) couldn't do it. Amanda realized that this whole thing was a mistake and just let Terry live out his life like a normal child. It was a complete fluke that he actually became Batman, however.
Dang, that is wild. But with the levels of quality I've heard about JLU, I could see this working.Originally Posted by Lab-Rat
Yeah...it worked REALLY well. Also worked as a nice little bookend to the entire DCU Animated Universe. It refferenced alot of stuff from Batman: The Animated Series, Batman Beydon, and JLU. It was a REALLY good story, as well.Originally Posted by YouStayClassy
Definatly check it out. Rent the DVDs when it gets released at the very least.
Oh, there's very little that will keep me away from buying the JLU DVDs when they finally street. I've heard too much good about this show for me not to see them.Originally Posted by Lab-Rat
Kyle & Yost, with Shane Glines on art. The End.