Wednesday, October 22, 2003

Teen Titans | Comics

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Teen Titans | Comics
Apart from doing their vigilantism work as sidekicks, Aqualad, Kid Flash and Robin were also active as a solo hero. When Mister Twister started trouble at Hatton Corners, these young heroes stopped him by working as a team and they decided to continue their union by calling themselves Teen Titans with approval from their mentors Aquaman, Batman and The Flash. Soon, they recruited Donna Troy as original Wonder Girl and Speedy to the team and start operating from a former Wayne Enterprises warehouse. When the mysterious tele-empathetic teen superhero Raven approaches Cyborg, Beast Boy, Kid Flash, Robin, Starfire and Wonder Girl for help fighting the menace of her demonic father Trigon, they re-builded the team as New Teen Titans.

In the aftermath of “Zero Hour”, Nightwing passed the leadership mantle to Arsenal, following a bunch of new recruits like Changeling, Damage, Impulse, Kyle Rayner, Minion, Mirage, Supergirl and Terra. Then Donna Troy dies on “Graduation Day” and Nightwing formed The Outsiders. This apparently left Beast Boy, Cyborg and Starfire in their San Francisco based Titans Tower. Bart Allen as Impulse, Tim Drake as the new Robin, Superboy and a new Wonder Girl re-formed the team again to deal with Deathstroke and the Church of Blood, led by a new Brother Blood. The team was also active during Identity Crisis, Infinite Crisis and Countdown to Final Crisis. The older members of the team later formed "Titans" and Cyborg reforms Titans East.

For more information on Teen Titans comics series, you can check out these links below.

Teen Titans (Comics) Wikipedia


Teen Titans (Comics) DC Wikia

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Early Days of the Titans
Here is your links for "Teen Titans" comics from DC Comics.

Teen Titans – Year One

The Silver Age Teen Titans Archives Vol 01

The New Teen Titans Archives Vol 01

The New Teen Titans Archives Vol 02

The New Teen Titans Archives Vol 03

The New Teen Titans Archives Vol 04

The New Teen Titans – Terra Incognito

The New Teen Titans – The Judas Contract

The New Teen Titans – The Terror of Trigon

Crisis on Infinite Earths (Softcover)

Crisis on Infinite Earths (Hardcover)

Absolute Crisis on Infinite Earths

History of the DC Universe (Softcover)

History of the DC Universe (Hardcover)

New Teen Titans – Games (Softcover)

New Teen Titans – Games (Hardcover)

JLA/Titans – The Technis Imperative

Titans/Young Justice – Graduation Day

New Teen Titans – Who Is Donna Troy?

Teen Titans Vol 01 – A Kid’s Game

Teen Titans Vol 02 – Family Lost

Teen Titans Vol 03 – Beast Boys and Girls

Teen Titans Vol 04 – The Future is Now

Teen Titans/Outsiders – The Insiders

Infinite Crisis (Softcover)

Infinite Crisis (Hardcover)

Teen Titans Vol 05 – Life and Death

Teen Titans Vol 06 – Titans Around The World

Teen Titans Vol 07 – Titans East

Teen Titans – Titans of Tomorrow

Teen Titans – Spotlight – Wonder Girl

Teen Titans – On the Clock

Teen Titans – Spotlight – Raven

Titans – Old Friends (Softcover)

Titans – Old Friends (Hardcover)

Teen Titans – Spotlight – Cyborg

Titans – Lockdown

Teen Titans – Changing of the Guard

Terror Titans

Teen Titans – Deathtrap

Teen Titans – Child’s Play

Teen Titans – Ravager – Fresh Hell
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Titans on Adventure

Consisting of the popular teenage superheroes, the concept of the fictional superhero team Teen Titans was created by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani. It first appeared in the 60th issue of The Brave and the Bold monthly ongoing series from DC Comics in 1965. During the long running publication period, writer Dan Jurgens (Superman/Doomsday – Hunter/Prey, The Death of Superman), Geoff Johns (Blackest Night, Brightest Day) and Scott Lobdell (The Darkness, WildC.A.T.s) has helped create the base of a long running chronological storytelling along with artists Gil Kane (Conan the Barbarian, John Carter; Warlord of Mars), Art Saaf, Neal Adams, Mike McKone, Eddy Barrows and Ed Benes (Artemis – Requiem, Blackest Night – Titans). Following the timeline reboot of The New 52 after "Flashpoint" crossover event, the team of Teen Titans have begin their adventure anew on Prime Earth. Apart from shining in the comic book pages, the team also appeared in its own TV show aired on Cartoon Network simply titled Teen Titans on The WB from 2003 to 2006.
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