Hey Mr. Lobdell, Really like your work on RedHood and the Outlaws! My question is do you know why the decision is being made to make Tim Drake become Red Robin without being a Robin first? Really would like to know! Thank you!
Scott Lobdell Wants Your Questions
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1. When will we learn more about Jason's sibling?
2. When will you slow down Teen Titans and begin to focus on characters?
3. I've heard that Jason was supposed to be Robin for two years. If so, why did you give Jason the largest chuck of the five years?
4. Did you ever read Teen Titans before you began writing it?
5. Will you please leave Teen Titans so somebody else who has better skill at writing a big team book can take the reigns?
6. Were you just out of ideas for Teen Titans #10?
Hello my favourite writer.
My question is we have seen Superman having tons of villains and many of them have an agenda against him. But we haven't seen much villains that has an agenda for Clark Kent. Are there any plans for that? Will you be covering how Clark uses his journalism to "fight crime"
in teen titans the zero issue will be focusing on tim drake's back story,the current story line is telling us more about wonder girl's history,Superboy's we already know, when will we get to know Bart's history?? and is there a whole storyline based on that cuz theres alotta mystery there n it also brought up some tension during the culling storyline.
I understand that he was made Red because of Animal Man. What I was wanting an answer for was why they felt it was necessary. Or why they felt they had to erase his entire past. Absolutely nothing was left. If they wanted him to be connected to the red, then they could have left his old back story and just say that the experiment his parents performed to save his life worked by accidentally connecting him. Instead his entire childhood and teenage years of him having powers and fighting crime was completely removed and he was just an average teenager who had a meta-gene that could be tweaked to allow him to tap into the Red. Bland, boring and unoriginal like every single DC character whose powers come from a meta gene.
If they felt that readers were too stupid to have a green character who is attached to the Red, then fine, changing his color isn't a deal breaker. But they could have easily kept at least all of his pre-Teen Titans past and just explained that it was the red that let his powers work.
The only thing the current Beast Boy share with his preboot version is his name, code name, and basic power-set. What I want to know is why they felt all of that had to be thrown away.
Hello there Mr. Lobdell, my only question revolves round Harvest and the aftermath of the Culling. Absolutely LOVED the story even if it seemed alot of people escaped rather quickly and abruptly. I know Harvest is currently trying to track the likes of Fairchild and Beast Boy and others but, are you planning another big event for Harvest and NOWHERE to get payback on the Titans and Superboy and others for the destruction brought on to the Colony? It seems to me it would have such an "Empire Strikes Back" feel to it if you did, and Harvest is one of my most favorite New 52 villains right now. Thank you for your time!
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