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Old 12-24-2011, 07:03 AM   #107
TruerToTheCore
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Default Re: What was Mark Waid's issues with the 1986 retelling?

[QUOTE=theMan-Bat;22176641]Heh, you underestimate me.

The Super Friends cartoons were made by Hanna-Barbara Productions, Inc., for the ABC television network. Hanna-Barbera had acquired the rights to adapted the Warner/DC characters for television. Frank Miller had nothing to do with Hanna-Barbara or ABC and certainly was not a Super Friends fan. Alan Brennert and Frank Miller definitely were not pals. Brennert hated Miller's Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. As reported in Comics Journal #111 (September, 1986), on June 27, 1986, Alan Brennert called into Harlan Ellison's Hour 25 radio talk show which was broadcast on Los Angeles KPFK (90.7 FM):



It was Alan Burnett, not Brennert. You wrote it correctly but I goofed and you copied it. But thanks for the info.

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