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Tuesday, August 29, 2006

'Q&A with Director Brad Goodchild' -- Round V.

During July 2006, we re-posted the first four questions and answers between 'Class of the Titans' fans and director Brad Goodchild from when the feature was still being done on the show's forum.

Starting today, we continue with the second round of fan-questions that were submitted to Mr. Goodchild a short while ago. Ten questions were included, and we will try to post one or two everyday, or at least every other day. For more information about the current system, please see this post, and if you're interested in submitting a question for the director yourself, please refer to this entry.

To kick-start this round, we are first going to post the questions that cannot be answered. Please do not re-submit these questions. And as always, we also ask that you please do not re-post these questions and answers on your own personal website, unless you run the FAQ, the newsblog's accompanying fansite, or the director's blog. Thank you.


Q: Each of the main seven characters has a specific look, personal style, personality, etc. What inspired the different designs, appearance, style, etc. (ie. general character design) for each of them (or a few select ones you want to talk more about)?

A: Can’t answer this one as I wasn’t around for the original discussions. No one wants to answer it.

Q: The press release for the show mentions that the seven modern-day heroes are from all over the world. We know from the original series Bible that Atlanta is from the North-West Territories, Herry's from the Prairies, and Theresa was born into an English family, though she doesn't sound English. Where are the other heroes (Jay, Herry, Odie, and Neil) from?

A: Again no one wants to answer this. It also paints oneself into a corner when fans know this and say they made a mistake later. Not really important to story.

Q: In an earlier question, you answered that Teletoon originally wanted three female heroes, but Studio B changed it to two. Who would the third girl be descended from, and what kind of character concept was Teletoon thinking of for her?

A: Don’t know, wasn’t my decision and no one to answer that.


Blogger SPARKLES said...


9/08/2006 7:27 p.m.  
Anonymous lalunafelis said...

I don't think he was being rude. Guess he was afraid that he might let out the fact that what was said in the press release of the premiere (about the heroes being from different parts of the world)was a lie, since all of them look like they all came from North America. And saying that their origins, families etc are irrelevant to the story is a bad move IMHO. If they were worrying about teen problems violating the kid friendliness of the show, they can always opt not to tackle those, but it's a big key in helping the audience understand the characters and their relation to the show even more. Not to mention people will always make uncalled-for assumptions.

6/17/2007 5:52 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hmmmm, good point. ^^

6/21/2007 11:34 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oooh, I hope Herry is from Saskatchewan. Just because I'm from there and we're so invisible. :( Poor us.

2/19/2008 6:07 p.m.  

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