Dan Riba

Daniel Esteban “Dan” Riba (born 1960) is an American television storyboard artist and director of animated cartoons. He is best known for his work on The Real Ghostbusters, C.O.P.S., Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, The New Batman/Superman Adventures, Batman Beyond, Turok: Son of Stone, Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, Ring Raiders, Freakazoid, The Zeta Project, Mister T and all animated spinoffs of ALF. He has also directed The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! and several Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien and Ben 10: Omniverse episodes.

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24th Daytime Emmy Awards

The 24th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on May 21, 1997, at Radio City Music Hall, New York City. to commemorate excellence in daytime programming from the previous year (1996). The Lifetime Achievement award was presented to Fred Rogers (Mr. Rogers).

Winners in each category are in bold.

25th Daytime Emmy Awards

The 25th Daytime Emmy Awards were held in 1998 to commemorate excellence in daytime programming from the previous year (1997).

Winners in each category are in bold.

26th Daytime Emmy Awards

The 26th Daytime Emmy Awards were held in 1999 to commemorate excellence in daytime television programming from the previous year (1998). The main ceremonies were held May 21, 1999, at The Theater in Madison Square Garden in New York City and were televised live by CBS.

Memorable moments that occurred at the ceremonies included the ABC soap opera General Hospital winning a record number of Daytime Emmys with a total of eight, and Susan Lucci's first-ever win in the Outstanding Lead Actress category after losing a total of 18 times.

Winners in each category are in bold.

28th Daytime Emmy Awards

The 28th Daytime Emmy Awards were held in 2001 to commemorate excellence in daytime programming from the previous year

(2000). As the World Turns tied with General Hospital for the most Daytime Emmys won in a single year, with a total of eight.

Winners in each category are in bold.

Glen Murakami

Glen Murakami (born July 27, 1968 age:50) is a Japanese American animator, animation director and producer best known for his work on Batman Beyond, Teen Titans, Ben 10: Alien Force and Ben 10: Ultimate Alien.

Joaquim Dos Santos

Joaquim Dos Santos is a Portuguese-born American television director of animated series, best known for his directing work on Justice League Unlimited, Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Legend of Korra and Voltron: Legendary Defender. He was a storyboard artist for Justice League before being promoted in the show's renamed third season. He went on to direct half of the episodes of JLU alongside fellow DCAU director Dan Riba, including the final episode "Destroyer". He joined the staff of Avatar: The Last Airbender in the middle of the show's second season as a storyboard artist, and began directing episodes in the third season, including the last two parts of the four-part season finale.

He also directed the mini-series G.I. Joe: Resolute. After that project, he moved back to Warner Bros. Animation, where he directed two DC Showcase short films: The Spectre (accompanying the Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths direct-to-video movie) and Jonah Hex (on Batman: Under the Red Hood). He also worked as an executive producer and co-showrunner on the animated series Voltron: Legendary Defender with Lauren Montgomery. He is currently attached to direct the sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.Some fans have nicknamed him "Dr. Fight" because of his skill at choreographing fight sequences and action set pieces.


Jor-El, originally known as Jor-L, is a fictional character appearing in comic books published by DC Comics. Created by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster, Jor-El first appeared in a newspaper comic strip in 1939 with Superman.

A Kryptonian, Jor-El is Superman's biological father, the husband of Lara, and a leading scientist on the planet Krypton before its destruction. He foresaw the planet's fate but was unable to convince his colleagues in time to save the inhabitants. Jor-El was able to save his infant son Kal-El (Superman) by sending him in a homemade spaceship towards Earth just moments before Krypton exploded. After constructing his Fortress of Solitude, Superman honored his biological parents with a statue of Jor-El and Lara holding up a globe of Krypton.

Justice League (TV series)

Justice League is an American animated television series which ran from 2001 to 2004 on Cartoon Network. It is part of the DC animated universe. The show was produced by Warner Bros. Animation. It is based on the Justice League of America and associated comic book characters published by DC Comics. After two seasons, the series was replaced by Justice League Unlimited, a successor series which aired for three seasons.

List of Justice League episodes

Justice League and Justice League Unlimited are American animated series about a team of superheroes which ran from 2001 to 2006 on Cartoon Network. It is based on the Justice League and associated comic book characters published by DC Comics.

After the second season, the show is renamed Justice League Unlimited, has a vastly expanded cast of characters, and largely changes from two-part episodes to single-episode stand-alone stories that often intertwine to form long (even season-long) story arcs. Combined, there are a total of 91 episodes, along with two crossover episodes of Static Shock in which the League appears.

The show is the last in a series of animated features that together constitute what is known as the DC animated universe (though Batman Beyond and The Zeta Project take place later in the same continuity). It consists of a series of eight television shows and four films, largely surrounding DC Comics characters and their respective mythos.

List of animated feature films of 1999

A list of animated feature films first released in 1999.

Metron (comics)

Metron is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.

Rubik, the Amazing Cube

Rubik, the Amazing Cube is a 30-minute Saturday morning animated series based on the puzzle created by Ernő Rubik, produced by Ruby-Spears Enterprises and broadcast as part of The Pac-Man/Rubik, the Amazing Cube Hour block on ABC from September 10, to December 10, 1983. The Rubik half hour was broadcast in reruns as a standalone series on ABC from May 4 to August 31, 1985.The program features a magic Rubik's Cube named Rubik who can fly through the air and has other special powers. Rubik can only come alive when the colored squares on his sides had been matched up. The voice of Rubik, Ron Palillo, told TV Guide in 1983 that for the role, he spoke very slowly and then technicians sped up the tapes and raised the pitch. Palillo said Rubik's giggle is very different from the trademark laugh of Horshack, his character on the TV series Welcome Back, Kotter, and that it is pretty "for an inanimate object".

The Batman Adventures

The Batman Adventures was a DC Comics comic book series featuring Batman. It is different from other Batman titles because it is set in the continuity (and style) of Batman: The Animated Series, as opposed to the regular DC Universe.

The New Adventures of Batman

The New Adventures of Batman is an animated series that aired on CBS from February 12 to May 28, 1977, featuring the DC Comics superheroes Batman and Robin, and Batgirl. The series was a Filmation and DC Comics production in association with Warner Bros. Television (whose current parent company is Time Warner).

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