Asked by davediddlystrider
A fundraiser for Season 3 is a non-starter.
The decision to continue the series rests with Cartoon Network and Warner Brothers Animation. They’ll decide to do it if they think there’s money to be made by doing so, but they’re not interested in working with a third party who tries to raise the millions of dollars that a season of that kind of animation costs to produce. Not to mention the legal problems inherent in trying to fundraise to do something with a property that isn’t yours.
The best way to advocate for more Young Justice is to *politely* let Cartoon Network and WB Animation know you’d like to see more (and let DC Comics you’d like to see more of Young Justice in comic book form), and more importantly demonstrate the profitability of the franchise by buying Young Justice products (DVDs, soundtracks, books, action figures, etc.).
That said, don’t mortgage the house to buy products especially if they’re ones you don’t want. Keep things in perspective. But know that money speaks louder than words in these kinds of business decisions.
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Been busy at work and haven’t had time to do practice sketches in awhile. Season 4 is coming out and I like Korra’s haircut~ So I decided to draw her… I’ve been so busy thumbnailing (really awful drawings) like crazy, so I just needed to slow down and do something a little more meticulous to calm down~ Can’t wait till I have more time to study and draw for myself again so I can level up. ;o;
Ok, so, I am giant nerd and when I got home tonight I thought it would be great to spend my evening mapping out CN original shows and their life spans from the past 20 years.
Honestly I was curious if there was any pattern in style and content but all I found out was Ed, Edd, and Eddy was a BAMF of a show that lived forever.
op forgot problem solverz and im glad they did because that show was shit trash
So why are Ben 10, Generator Rex, & Steven Universe missing from this chart?