Tiny Update on Crowdfunded Atttempt to Bring Young Justice & Green Lantern: The Animated Series Back
Well today was the day that SMGO.tv said that a meeting between Warner Brothers executives to discuss the fates of Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series. And the update is... nothing really. This is what SMGO.tv is saying on their Twitter:
“All human wisdom is summed up in two words - wait and hope”- Alexandre Dumas— smgo.tv (@SMGOTV) April 12, 2013
So yeah, no really true major updates, but there's that.
What can be said about that tweet? Well, I guess patience is a virtue and SMGO.tv has no idea what happened at the meetings.. YET. Also, we're less likely to get any big news on this at night than in the morning when it can get a massive ammount of hits for their website (hey just like us). We will continue to update you on this story as the story progresses. Keep those blue rings on, fans.
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