WB Meeting In April To Discuss Resurrecting YOUNG JUSTICE And GREEN LANTERN: TAS?

WB Meeting In April To Discuss Resurrecting YOUNG JUSTICE And GREEN LANTERN: TAS?

Word from the people behind SMGOtv is that fan outcry has prompted Warner Bros. to take a second look at Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series and that an April meeting has been set to determine the feasibility of more episodes via crowd funding.




While their main website is down for a relaunch, the people of SMGO took to Tumblr to inform the masses that there's a small spark of hope for YOUNG JUSTICE and GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES to continue. Specifically, the people behind SMGOtv are poised to launch a crowdfunded campaign (think Kickstarter) to save the two fan favorite animated shows but they must first receive the official OK from WB Animation. If they get approval, fans will be able to finance more material for the shows (episodes, OVA, film, etc.). If you want to see more YJ and GL:TAS then continue to make your voices heard right up till the April 11th meeting.

Green Lantern: The Animated Series executive producer Giancarlo Volpe shared the following on March 23rd.



And we received the hopeful news from SMOGtv earlier today.



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Posted By:
Mark Julian
Member Since 6/8/2011
Filed Under "Animated Features" 3/26/2013
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