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Greg Weisman on New "Spider-Man" Toon and "Gargoyles" Spin-Off Comic

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Comic Book Resources has posted an interview with Greg Weisman about his work on the recently announced Spider-Man animated series, which will premiere on the Kids WB next year, and also about his Gargoyles and Gargoyles: Bad Guys spin-off comics from Slave Labor Graphics. Weisman discusses the approach he will take to the famous web-spinner, his favorite Spider-Man stories and creators, and how closely the series will follow the assorted comics, shows, and movies.

On Gargoyles, Weisman discusses the delays that the book faced in making it to the stands, the status of the second half of season 2 on DVD, and the creative team on the new Bad Guys spinoff.

Discuss the Spider-Man news on the Marvel Animation Forum and the Gargoyles news on the Comic Book Culture Forum.

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