Thursday, September 19, 2002


Courtesy Cartoon Network:

World’s Top Superheroes Band Together to Change History Saturday, November 9, at 7 p.m. (ET, PT)

The fate of the world rests on the shoulders of the world’s top superheroes in Justice League: The Savage Time, which debuts on Saturday, November 9, at 7 p.m. (ET, PT) during Cartoon Theatre, Cartoon Network’s weekly showcase of contemporary animated movies.

In this special feature length presentation of Justice League: The Savage Time, the Justice League returns from a mission deep in space to find a world that has drastically changed - for the worse. A ruthless, repressive dictator named Vandal Savage has seized control. To restore life as they know it, the world’s greatest collection of superheroes must travel back in time and team up with some heroes of the past to re-fight a world war in order to stop Savage from taking power.

When the Justice League lands back in Europe during the waning days of World War II, they find themselves split from each other and fighting side-by-side with the Resistance on the war’s frontline. Superman, Hawkgirl and the Flash join with the Blackhawks, a squad of fighter pilots from occupied nations, and assist in their efforts to destroy a critical enemy weapon before it can be deployed. Green Lantern is trapped behind enemy lines with a tough-as-nails Army squadron without the use of his ring, the source of his powers. Meanwhile, Manhunter heads to Berlin to infiltrate the despot’s headquarters and uncover the secret to his power while Wonder Woman teams up with an American spy to break Savage’s secret code.

The Justice League was born when Superman and Batman enlisted Green Lantern, Flash, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter and Hawkgirl to face down powerful threats on Earth and from other parts of the galaxy. The heroes of the Justice League, who gather at their orbiting space station The Watchtower, may not always agree on the best way to conquer a threat, but they put their personal differences aside to work together to defeat any peril.

Cartoon Theatre, Cartoon Network’s weekly showcase of contemporary animated movies, airs every Saturday night at 7-9 p.m. (ET, PT), with a replay on Sunday mornings, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. (ET, PT).

Wednesday, September 11, 2002


I just found out that my episode of the new Kids WB series, "What's New Scooby Doo?" will air Saturday, November 2 at 7:30 or 8:30 AM (check local listings). It's called "Roller Ghoster Ride!" I'll remind you again when we're closer to the air date.

Tuesday, September 10, 2002


We just added two products at the Milestone Store to join our line of t-shirts and mugs. Now we've got Milestone Ballcaps and Baseball Jerseys and you can have them too, if you give us your money. Click the link below for a look at the new stuff.

Gol to the Milestone Store

Sunday, September 08, 2002


Courtesy Comics Continuum:

Kids' WB! has provided The Continuum with a first look at Static's new costume for the upcoming third season of Static Shock.

"The third season is going to look a little different," said Denys Cowan, who is a producer this season. "And the biggest thing is that Static will have a costume change. We felt we needed to make more it toward the feel of the comic book, but kept the flavor of the first two seasons."

Appearing at the recent Comic-Con International in San Diego, Cowan said that the first re-design for Static didn't make it to the show. It was tested for a group of boys and girls, who didn't like it.

"They just gave me a blank stare," Cowan said, laughing. "So we decided to go back to the drawing board and back to the basics."

The third season of Static Shock won't begin on Sept. 14 when Kids' WB! kicks off the new season because the show was a late pick-up. According to a network representative, the new season of Static Shock is expected to begin in either November or January.

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Comics Continuum