Can we mention that the original brodcast, featured Stan Lee and marvel charactars at the funearal but was removed on the dvd.Avatar symbiote 23:48, January 31, 2011 (UTC)Avatar symbiote

What's your source on that it made it into the broadcast? On the commentary, they mention they put themselves in there, and Kamandi, Alex Ross, and others. Can't find them all. In Michael Eury's The Krypton Companion, sketches are included of characters, but it is left unclear whether they were actually in it. The six images include:
  1. Alex Ross and his father
  2. Bruce Timm
  3. Captain America, Mark Evanier and Tony Stark
  4. Glen Murakami, Dan Riba and Paul Dini
  5. Barda, Orion and Mister Miracle
  6. Goody Rickles, "Stan (or Funky Flashman, take your pick)", Alan Burnett
  7. Reed Richards (unnamed), Nick Fury, Sue Storm, Johnny Storm, "possibly Newsboy" and an unnamed Kamandi.
They're not on the DVD, but I don't know whether they were on the broadcast. -- Tupka217 08:20, February 1, 2011 (UTC)
I went on the normal wiki on the article Stan Lee, it mentions it there. Sorry I am not linking it, don't know how to.Avatar symbiote 16:53, February 1, 2011 (UTC)Avatar symbiote
[[wikipedia:Stan Lee#Film and television appearances|This]] gives you: This. Well, wikipedia has photographic evidence, so it can go in. I wonder if that TV rip is still around somewhere. -- Tupka217 20:05, February 1, 2011 (UTC)
Should it go in production notes or Trivia.Avatar symbiote 21:22, February 1, 2011 (UTC)Avatar symbiote
Production Notes. -- Tupka217 21:31, February 1, 2011 (UTC)

Jack Kirby tribute mention

Should there be a mention about the episode being dedicated to Jack Kirby (the creator of Darkseid)? Dan Turbin was said to be the animated incarnate of Jack, and at the end of the episode, text comes up that reads that the episode is dedicated to Jack, saying "Long live the king" or something like that.

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