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1998: August - December
December 28, 1998
  • Take a look at The Bruce Timm Artwork Archive [no longer available] for storyboards from a Batman Beyond episode featuring Mr. Freeze.
  • The now completed Animaniacs movie "Wakko's Wacko Wish" will be screened for WB executives on January 15th. Then it will be decided whether to release the movie to theaters or straight to video. Cross your fingers, Animaniacs fans! Thanks to T.R. for the info.
  • Animaniacs comic writer Joe Edkin was kind enough to send along the following image from his story in Animaniacs #47, drawn by Walter Carzon and Horacio Ottolini. The image is, of course, by Warner Bros. This is not the final coloring. Click on the thumbnail for the full image.

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  • Over at Animation Blast there's a rumor that WB Animation president Jean MacCurdy may be on the way out. In related news, according to a post in alt.tv.animaniacs, a few weeks ago Susanne Daniels took over for Jamie Kellner (the WB Network president) as head of entertainment for The WB Network (including overseeing Kids' WB), so many things seem to be changing over at that network.

December 18, 1998

  • A few articles about the premiere of Batman Beyond have appeared, including this one from the Comic Book Continuum, and this one [no longer available] from The Daily Buzz.
  • The Comic Book Continuum also has this article on voice acting, with a picture of Tara Charendoff, the voice of Batgirl.

December 14, 1998

  • According the the last paragraph of this article [no longer available] from Variety, Batman Beyond will now be premiering in prime-time, on Sunday, January 10, 1999 at 7:00PM on the WB Network. Thanks to the many people who pointed this out to me.
  • A Tiny Toon Adventures Playstation video game has come out, called "The Great Beanstalk". Click here to see a video clip of the game. Thanks to Penn for mentioning this on the message board.
  • I've heard that some bookstores are only getting the softcover version of Batman Animated, causing some confusion as to whether or not the hardcover version exists. Well it does exist; I know because I have one. If you can't find it around you click here to get it from Amazon.com for $40. It's worth every penny!

December 7, 1998

  • Click here for a review of Batman Animated from Ain't It Cool News. The book has finally begun appearing in bookstores, so if you've been waiting for it, go out and get it! If you can't find it at a store near you, you can also order it online from Amazon.com. According to an e-mail I got from them, they will be shipping out copies of the book today (so I should finally get my copy this week).

December 4, 1998

  • A new special issue of Wizard magazine, called the Wizard JLA Special, features an article discussing the possibilities of a JLA animated series. You'll have to buy it to get the exact details of the past JLA series proposals and possibilities for the future. But I have made some scans from the article of the Bruce Timm designs for possible JLA members, which were drawn over the past few years. (The Green Lantern shown is the Jon Stewart GL, not the one who will appear on Superman this season). Click on the thumbnails for the full images.
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    Thanks to Peter Fries for the heads up on this article.

  • I was at Barnes and Noble yesterday, and they told me that Batman Animated would be arriving any day now. To tide you over until then, take a look at this sneak peek from DC Comics, featuring a very nice picture of the cover. Thanks to Dick Grayson for the link.

November 30, 1998

  • It's back! The Bruce Timm Artwork Archive [no longer available] has returned.

November 27, 1998

  • According to this story from the Comic Book Continuum, Batman Beyond has been delayed until January 16th.
  • Also from the Comic Book Continuum, check out February 1999's Superman and Batman comics.
  • According to Comic Book Resources, Ty Templeton is leaving his position as writer of Batman: Gotham Adventures. His last issue will be #14. "Editorial differences" are said to have caused his departure.

November 19, 1998

  • There are various reports around the Internet, most notably at Animation World Network, that WB Animation will be laying off the people who work on Pinky, Elmyra & The Brain and Histeria!. I contacted a few knowledgeable people, and here's what I believe to be the facts: It is highly unlikely that new episodes of Pinky, Elmyra & The Brain will be made next year, so many people who work on that show have in fact been laid off. As for Histeria!, the original order of 65 episodes has been cut back to 52, and there will likely never be any more than that. The crew of Histeria will continue to work on those episodes until the end of the year. So what happens to them next year? They have made a number of proposals for new series for next season. If any of those proposals are accepted, most of them will hopefully continue to work on whatever that new show will be. If they're not accepted... well, let's hope that doesn't happen. We'll know all about WB's plans for next season sometime in January. The crews of Batman, Superman, Batman Beyond, and The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries are unaffected by these changes. Thanks to Gookie for the link.
  • Take a look at some Batman Beyond villains at this page, from the Comic Book Continuum.
  • Long time message board regular Craig "Gookie" Crumpton has been upgraded in status, going from mere fan, to full-fledged journalist! His new animation column "The Toon Wire" premiered at Comic Book Resources this week. Be sure to read it!

November 16, 1998

  • Click here for the list of Annie award winners, and here [no longer available] for a short story on it from Yahoo.
  • Here are the Saturday morning ratings for the weekend of November 7th. The same conditions apply to these ratings as to the ones listed last week.

    Network/Rating/Share
    ABC 3.8/17
    NBC 2.9/16*
    Fox 2.8/12
    UPN 1.8/9*
    WB 1.7/8
    CBS 0.8/4

November 13, 1998

  • Here are the Saturday Morning television ratings for the weekend of October 31st (Kids' WB's  first weekend without Brats of the Lost Nebula and Invasion America). These ratings only measure children age 2 to 11 unless otherwise noted (this is the demographic that advertisers look for; I would hope that Kids' WB does better with teenagers and adults).

    Network/Rating/Share
    ABC 3.4/14
    NBC 3.2/20*
    Fox 2.7/11
    UPN 1.9/9*
    WB 1.9/8
    CBS 1.1/5

    *NOTE: The rating demographic for NBC is for teens 12-17. UPN kids programming typically runs Sunday. Each ratings point represents approximately one million households. The "share" is the percentage of televisions in use at that time that were watching that program.

  • According to a post on the Official Batman/Superman site's message board, both part's of Batman Beyond's two-part premiere will air on January 9th, along with "Mad Love" and a new Superman episode. Thanks to Dick Grayson for this info.
  • Click here for some Batman Beyond and new Superman episode info from Comic Book Continuum.
  • Are you interested in WB merchandise? Message board regular Gookie has written a report on the latest new Animaniacs, Pinky & The Brain, Batman, and Superman stuff. Click here [no longer available] for part one, and follow the link on the bottom of that page for part two.
  • The animation industry's Annie Awards were given out today. I haven't located a list of winners, but you can click here [no longer available] for a list of the nominees. The ceremony will be televised by the Fox Family Channel sometime in December. Thanks to Gookie and others for this info.

November 4, 1998

  • According to Comic Shop News, Batman creator Bob Kane passed away yesterday. Thanks Bob, for one of the greatest fictional characters of our time!
  • Can't get enough of Paul Dini? The newest issue of Wizard magazine (#88) contains an interview with him, and he discusses the usual topics of Batman, Superman, Batman Beyond, JLA, Batman Animated and his Peace on Earth project with Alex Ross.
  • Paul Dini also had some things to say about Batman Animated and Mad Love on the Batman newsgroup today (thanks to Dick Grayson for pointing me to this):

    The BATMAN ANIMATED book is done and will be in bookstores on Dec. 1st. My apologies to everyone who has been waiting so patiently for it. Apparently changes in Harper-Collins release schedule necessitated it being bumped back a few weeks. I have seen it and liked it very much (as did everyone here at Warner) and I hope everyone who likes the show has the same reaction.

    BATMAN BEYOND will premiere on January 9th and it's not 100% certain, but it's looking like Kids WB will run MAD LOVE the same morning. If I hear any news to the contrary, I'll post it here.

    P. D.
  • Batman: Gotham Adventures penciller Rick Burchett signed an exclusive contract with DC Comics about a month ago. Looks like we'll be seeing his work for some time to come. Thanks to Gookie for pointing me to this.
  • Cartoon Network will show a Porky Pig "Super-Chunk" on Saturday, November 14th from 4:00 - 7:00 pm (Eastern/Pacific).

October 30, 1998

  • Three Cartoon Network marathons will interrupt regularly scheduled WB programming in November (all times are eastern/pacific):."Cartoon Cartoon Weekend" (Friday Nov. 6th at 8pm to Sunday, Nov 8th at midnight); "Thanksgiving Specials" (Wednesday, Nov. 25th from 8:00-9:00pm); and the "Dr. Seuss Marathon" (Sunday, Nov. 29 from 12:00-4:00pm). Also note that Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero will be airing on Cartoon Network Theater on Saturday, November 21st at 8:00 pm
  • The new issue of TV Guide has named Histeria and Brats of the Lost Nebula as two of the ten best new kids shows.
  • According to Voice Chasers, Rob Paulsen (the voice of Yakko, Dr. Scratchnsniff, and Pinky, among others) will be appearing on the Donnie & Marie Show sometime in November, and also on the KTLA morning news on November 20th. Thanks to Gookie for this news.
  • Many folks have been looking for a summary or transcript of the Paul Dini RealAudio interview. I don't think anyone's made a transcript yet (I know I don't have the time to make one), but a few summaries have appeared. Click here [no longer available] for one that recently appeared on the Batman newsgroup. If anyone knows of other summaries, please let me know.
  • Here is information concerning the Columbia House collector's series of Batman videos. Many thanks to Gookie for this info:

    FROM THE COLUMBIA HOUSE VIDEO LIBRARY

    We are currently planning to offer 10 volumes in the Batman: The Animated Series. Some volumes are not yet available for shipment. Additional volumes could be planned for the future and this listing may be subject to change.

    THE TRIALS OF HARVEY DENT
    Pretty Poison
    Two Face Part 1
    Two Face Part 2
    The Trial

    PARTNERS
    Robin's Reckoning, Part 1
    Robin's Reckoning, Part 2
    Shadow Of The Bat, Part 1
    Shadow Of The Bat, Part 2

    DREAMS AND NIGHTMARES
    Perchance To Dream
    Strange Secret Of Bruce Wayne
    Demon's Quest, Part 1
    Demon's Quest, Part 2

    COPS AND ROBBERS
    POV
    Vendetta
    Riddler's Reform
    Bullet For Bullock

    MONSTERS
    On Leather Wings
    Feat Of Clay, Part 1
    Feat Of Clay, Part 2
    Moon Of The Wolf

    THE JOKER
    Be A Clown
    The Last Laugh
    Almost Got 'Im
    The Laughing Fish

    HARLEY
    Joker's Favor
    Harley And Ivy
    Harley's Holiday
    Harleyquinade

    MATTERS OF THE HEART
    Heart Of Ice
    It's Never Too Late
    Zatanna
    Showdown

    VILLAINS
    Read My Lips
    Fire From Olympus
    Bane
    Catwalk

    FRIENDS AND FOES
    Beware The Grey Ghost
    The Mechanic
    The Man Who Killed Batman
    Sideshow

    Each volume we offer are of the highest quality. Our selections carry the standard manufacturer's warranty and may be returned for replacement if defective.

    Customer Service
    Video Library
  • Here is a direct link [no longer available] to the Columbia House Batman: TAS videos page. Thank you Eddie Beiles.

October 28, 1998

  • Remember last year how "Calamity Jane" was on for exactly three weeks, and then never seen again? Well, the same thing has happened to "BRATS of the Lost Nebula" and "Invasion America"; both are off the Kids' WB lineup effective immediately. Click here for the official press release. Congratulations to all of you who voted "BRATS" as the first new show to be taken off the air in a recent poll.
  • On November 14, taking the place of "Pinky, Elmyra & The Brain" and the first episode of "The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries", Kids' WB will show an hour-long Animaniacs special entitled "Animaniacs Super Special". This special will no doubt feature the final episodes of Animaniacs and of Pinky & The Brain ("Star Warners").

October 23, 1998

  • Comic Book Resources has done a RealAudio interview with Paul Dini. Among the topics discussed in the 35-minute session are: Batman Beyond, Batman Animated, JLA, live-action movies, the Harley & Ivy mini-series, and the future of The New Batman/Superman Adventures. Don't miss this; it contains more news then I could ever hope to assemble in one place!
  • Columbia House, known for "collector's series" videos of shows like Sanford and Son and I Love Lucy, will be releasing a Batman: The Animated Series collector's series. Each volume will contain four episodes. The first video is $4.95, future volumes are $19.95. For more information visit www.columbiahouse.com. It's a frames site, so I can't give a direct link to the B:TAS page, but click on Television, then Re-TV, then Drama, and then Batman: The Animated Series.
    Some points to consider: Columbia House rarely puts every episode of a series on video, so I wouldn't expect to get all 85 episodes of B:TAS from the collection. Don't forget that they charge $3.79 for shipping on each video. Also, I've never heard many good things about Columbia House, including stories about the cheap tape that they use breaking after only a few viewings. Your own experience may differ, of course.
  • There's an Animaniacs bowling game in the works (no, seriously). Click here for info, pictures, and a video clip. Thanks to The Mad Hatter for pointing this out on the message board a while back.

October 19,1998

  • The four Freakazoid episodes not shown by Cartoon Network due to Princess Diana references will be returning in December & January. Check the Freakazoid schedules page for more info.
  • The Animaniacs direct-to-video movie is nearing completion. It should be completely done by the first of the new year. It is not yet known if it will be released to theaters, or straight-to-video as originally planned. The movie has been produced with a possible theatrical presentation in mind; the top and bottom of the picture could be matted out to create a widescreen image (the movie is being produced in the television aspect ratio). If it is released straight-to-video, expect it in March or April. Thanks to producer Tom Ruegger for this info.
  • Some details on the Batman/Superman Movie laserdisc: It has indeed been released. Side 1 is CLV, side 2 is CAV. It's not letterboxed, since the episodes were made for TV. There are no extra features. Thanks to Peter W. Caton for the info.
  • Some people have been asking if there's any chance of Batman and Superman animation being released on the DVD format. I asked Boyd Kirkland, Producer/Writer/Director of Batman & Mr. Freeze: Sub-Zero, and he told me that WB Home Video has no plans to release any such animation on DVD. In fact, he said that WB only pressed 1500 copies of the Sub-Zero laserdisc! Mr. Kirkland suggested that a letter-writing campaign from enough fans may persuade WB to change their minds. This is the address he gave me:

    Tom Lezinski
    Warner Home Video
    3903 W. Olive Ave.
    Burbank, CA 91522

    So come on Batman/Superman fans, help make these wonderful works of animation available on the best format possible. Even if you don't have a DVD player, there's a good chance that you may get one in the future, and wouldn't you like to have beautiful digital copies of these cartoons to add to your collection?

October 7, 1998

Delays, delays:

  • The premiere of Batman Beyond has been delayed until the first quarter of 1999 according to this article from The Comic Book Continuum. The Batman Beyond comic series will likely be delayed as well.
  • Apparently the publishing date of "Batman Animated" by Paul Dini and Chip Kidd has been delayed until early November. It now looks like it won't arrive in stores until mid-to-late November. This is according to several posts on the Bat-Toon Board [no longer available].
  • The "Bugs & Friends: A Comic Celebration" Comic Trade Paperback has been delayed until October 21.
  • The final episodes of Pinky & The Brain ("Star Warners") and of Animaniacs are going to be shown on a weekend time slot instead of a weekday slot. This is because a weekend slot would allow WB to promote these episodes and give them the attention they deserve. It is hoped they will be shown before the end of the year (and with Batman Beyond being delayed it seems more likely).

October 5, 1998

  • You have no doubt heard that actor Roddy McDowall passed away this Saturday. He is best known to cartoon fans as the voice of Snowball on Pinky & The Brain, and of The Mad Hatter on Batman. You can find a variety of articles on his death at Yahoo [no longer available], CNN, MSNBC [no longer available], and Fox News [no longer available]. And from the Internet Movie Database, you can find a list of his acting credits.
  • Apparently "The Batman/Superman Movie" was released on laserdisc this past Tuesday, September 29th. I haven't actually seen a copy, so I can't be sure if this is true. You can order it online from Ken Crane's Laserdisc & DVD. Warner Bros, in their infinite wisdom, has not announced a DVD version yet.

And now, a curiously large amount of Cartoon Network-related news (all times listed are Eastern/Pacific):

  • Cartoon Network schedule changes: Animaniacs' 8:30pm episode will now repeat at 11:30pm (Monday-Thursday only). Freakazoid will now only air Saturdays at 1:30pm. Road Rover's Saturday episode will now air at 1:00pm.
  • Cartoon Network pre-emption #1: There will be 25-hour "Scooby-Doo Where Are You?" marathon from Saturday, October 24th at 12pm, to Sunday, October 25th at 12pm (you can thank the ending of daylight savings time for the extra hour). This will interrupt all of that Saturday's WB programming on Cartoon Network.
  • Cartoon Network pre-emption #2:  There will be an 8-hour "A Pup Named Scooby-Doo" marathon on Saturday, October 31 from 12pm to 8pm, again interrupting that days' WB programming on Cartoon Network.
  • "The Dynamic Scooby Affair" co-starring Batman & Robin will air on Monday, October 26 at 7:00pm.
  • "Scooby-Doo on Zombie Island" will premiere on Cartoon Network October 31st at 8pm.

September 25, 1998

  • The final episode of the regular Pinky & The Brain series will air on Friday, October 9th. Entitled "Star Warners", it is said to feature the entire Animaniacs cast.
  • Read an article about the upcoming Batman episode "Old Wounds" from the The Comic Book Continuum by clicking here.
  • Take a look at what's coming up in Superman Adventures #28 comic by clicking here, again from the The Comic Book Continuum.

September 21, 1998

  • The Comic Book Continuum now has listings for Batman comics in December, including the first two issues of the Batman Beyond comic book series. Click here to take a look. As usual, all that information will be added to my comics page as soon as I get the hard copy of Previews in my hands.
  • The Comic Book Continuum also had more info on the upcoming TV Movie "Sabrina Goes to Rome", which includes Tara Charendoff (the voice of Batgirl) in the cast. The movie airs on October 4, 1998 from 7:00-9:00 PM (Eastern) on ABC. Click here for more info.

September 18, 1998

  • It's been reported just about everywhere today that Roddy McDowall, who does the voice of The Mad Hatter on Batman and of Snowball on Pinky & The Brain, and who played Bookworm on the original Batman TV series, has terminal cancer. Click here [no longer available] for an article from the Reuters news service. Click here for a list of his acting credits.
  • Nintendo 64 fans take note: An N64 Superman video game is nearing completion. Click here for a report, and go to the bottom of that page for many screen shots and video files from the game. Thanks to Robin III for pointing this out on the Bat-Toon message board.
  • Click here for some information on the new season of Men in Black from The Comic Book Continuum.
  • As mentioned here almost a month ago, Paul Dini will be writing a story that introduces Harley Quinn into the world of the regular Batman comics. Click here for some more news on the subject, once again from The Comic Book Continuum.
  • The Official Batman/Superman page has added a biography for the new Superman villainess Volcana.

September 14, 1998

  • The Comic Book Continuum had an interesting article on Pinky, Elmyra & The Brain, and also on an upcoming Superman Adventures comic story. For both articles, click here.

September 4, 1998

  • Over at Mania.com, this week's "Animated Shorts" column by Steve Fritz has some very opinionated, but also very interesting viewpoints on the new season of Kids' WB!. You can read it by clicking here [no longer available].
  • The Comic Book Continuum had an interesting piece on Batman Beyond yesterday, including a list of all the voices on the show. To read that, click here.
  • Kids' WB! has changed the weekend lineup for the new season, switching Histeria! and Sylvester & Tweety. You can read the official press release here.

September 2, 1998

Paul Dini had this to say about the new season of Batman:

"It's 11 new Batman episodes for this fall. Warners decided at the last minute to freshen the summer reruns and dropped three of the episodes we were saving for this Sept. onto the Saturday schedule. The new Batman episodes will be:

1. OLD WOUNDS
2. THE ULTIMATE THRILL
3. ANIMAL ACT
4. BEWARE THE CREEPER
5. GIRL'S NIGHT OUT
6. CHEMISTRY
7. MAD LOVE
8. CRITTERS
9. CULT OF THE CAT
10. JUDGMENT DAY
11. LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT

Note: This is not the episode's running order."

Also, for a nice, big picture from "Batman Beyond", click here [no longer available]. It looks to me like it's done by Bruce Timm, but I'm not sure. Thanks to Dick Grayson for this link.


August 21, 1998

Once again, lots of news at the same time.

  • Coming next season is a Batgirl/Supergirl team-up, with the two heroines facing off against Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Livewire. You can read more about it here.
  • Some speculation on the possibility of a JLA animated series, right from the Batman/Superman producers themselves, can be found here.
  • Paul Dini will be writing Harley Quinn's introduction into the continuity of the regular Batman comics, sometime next year during the big "No Man's Land" crossover event. You can read about that here [no longer available]. And when those comics are scheduled to ship, I'll let you all know.
  • This past Tuesday, WB released the video tape of World's Finest, only they called it "The Batman/Superman Movie". It shouldn't be too hard to find at your local video store... just look for the tape with the awful cover.
  • According to a small note in The Daily Buzz, Kids' WB! has already ordered a second season (13 episodes) of Batman Beyond.
  • The Batman & Robin Adventures comic series has won the Eisner Award for "Best Material for a Younger Audience". Congratulations to all those hard-working creators!
  • In other comic news, expect to see a crossover between Batman: Gotham Adventures and Superman Adventures. Yes, it's another Batman/Superman team-up! You'll get the finer details as soon as I do.

August 14 & 17, 1998

Batman Beyond news is pouring in from all over! First, there's Andy Mangels' newest edition of his column Hollywood Heroes, containing never-before-seen information on all the Batman Beyond characters. You can read it by clicking here [no longer available].

Then there's an article by Rob Allstetter, which interviews Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, and Alan Burnett. You can read this one by clicking here [no longer available].

And finally, there's a report at Raving Toy Maniac from the panel discussion with Dini & Timm & Burnett at the San Diego Comic-Con, featuring model sheets from the show. To read that one, click here [no longer available].


August 7, 1998

Lots of Batman/Superman stuff today (well, mostly Batman):

  • Andy Mangels' new edition of his column Hollywood Heroes is a special preview of the fall season of The New Batman/Superman Adventures. Some of the information you will already know, but it's quite handy to have it all in one place... not to mention that it references this very site! Click here [no longer available] to read it.
  • The Daily Buzz reports that Tara Charendoff, the voice of Batgirl, will have a part in an upcoming Sabrina the Teenage Witch TV-Movie called "Sabrina Goes to Rome", playing the part of Sabrina's British roommate Gwen. The TV movie has not been scheduled.
  • The Comic Book Continuum recently had an interesting article on the new season of Batman, with info on what episode will be the season premiere, and how many total episodes there will be. Click here for that.
  • At next week's "Comic-Con International: San Diego '98", DC Comics will be hosting a special panel discussion with the producers of Batman Beyond. Here's DC Comics' description (with date and time):

    BATMAN BEYOND: THE FUTURISTIC CHAPTER -- Saturday, August 15    12:00 pm-1:30 pm    Room 6E
    Alan Burnett, Paul Dini and Bruce Timm, the ingenious team that shepherded the original contemporary Batman animated series (a four-time Emmy Award-winner) as well as the current Emmy Award-winning Superman animated series, will be on hand to discuss this all-new futuristic chapter in the legend of the Dark Knight, the highly anticipated, Batman

August 3, 1998

  • Kids' WB has issued an updated press release about the new season, which begins on September 19th. Click here to read it.

    In addition to the news in that press release, I've come up with this list of how many new episodes each Kids' WB show will get:

    Returning shows:

    Animaniacs - 1 new episode (99 total episodes)
    Batman - 11 new episodes (109 total episodes)
    Men in Black - 13 new episodes (26 total episodes)
    Pinky & The Brain - 7 new episodes (65 total episodes)
    Superman - probably 13 new episodes (54 total episodes)
    Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries - 13 new episodes (47 total episodes)

    New Shows
    Batman Beyond - 13 episodes
    BRATS of the Lost Nebula - probably 13 episodes
    Pinky, Elmyra & The Brain - 13 episodes
    Warner Bros.' Histeria! - 65 episodes
  • The Daily Buzz reported a few days ago that Cartoon Network will run an eight-hour Animaniacs marathon on Sunday, August 30th starting at 12 noon (Eastern/Pacific). Animaniacs on Cartoon Network schedules should appear on the schedules page a week or two before the premiere.
  • Pinky & The Brain comic writer Joe Edkin has confirmed that the Pinky & The Brain series is in fact gone for good. All P&TB stories will now appear in Animaniacs. Editor Dana Kurtin does not intend to have Elmyra appear in any P&TB stories for the time being.
 
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