Friday, May 27, 2011


My next episode of Batman:  the Brave and the Bold airs tonight at 6:30 pm on Cartoon Network.  As previously mentioned, this one—titled "Scorn of the Star Sapphire"—features Bats teamed with hero-of-the-moment Green Lantern.  It also features Wonder Woman, in what I believe is her first B & B appearance.  Here's a preview:

I've got another episode—my final one—coming up next week.  It's a fairly epic story that teams Bats with the Justice League International and the king of time travel, Rip Hunter.  It's one of my favorite scripts of the eight I've written for the show.  (Having a chance to write the animated versions of the Giffen-DeMatteis JLI might have something to do with it.) 

Check back tomorrow, if you're so inclined, and let me know what you thought of the GL story.


  1. Will give you my thoughts Sat. Really looking forward to this one, as you already know--love GL, and at last, Wonder Woman.

  2. As you no doubt discovered when you turned on your TV at 6:30, Cartoon Network made a last minute switch and re-ran an old show instead. I'm mystified, to say the least!

  3. Thank you for writing Wonder Woman in the way that you did for this B&B episode. I don't know if you realize how starved many of us WW fans are for that version. To us, that's the REAL Wonder Woman. Can't say it enough--Thank you!

  4. You're very welcome. A good portion of your thanks should go to producers Michael Jelenic and James Tucker. They set the tone for the series and the portrayal of the characters. Their contribution to what you see onscreen, no matter who writes the individual episodes, is incalculable.

    My job, when I'm writing for these shows, is to execute the producers' vision and then do my best to bring my own personality and voice to the story.