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NEW TEEN TITANS #16 (Feb 1982) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
Romeo Tanghal 
NEW TEEN TITANS #16
Cover Date: Feb 1982
Cover Price: $0.60
Publisher: dccomics.com

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    Credits
    "Starfire Unleashed" (25 pgs) 
    writer:  Marv Wolfman
    art:  George Perez
    Romeo Tanghal  
    colors:  Adrienne Roy
    letters:  John Costanza
    editor:  Len Wein
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     October 23, 2003 | OJ Flow Show (10/23)
    From Shotgun Reviews, thanks to Joe Wolfe

    The OJ Flow Show
    10.23.03
    by Rev. OJ Flow


    NEW TEEN TITANS #16 (Feb 1982)
    Avengers/JLA Halftime

    George Perez is the man who got me to read comic books. Oh, sure, by 1981, I had plenty of copies of Batman, Detective Comics, Incredible Hulk, and Justice League of America lying around my room (a fairly spotless room, even back then). But in third grade, I was into superheroes in general, and any medium available at the time could satiate my tastes. As the 1970s came to a close, there were plenty of ways for me to get my "heroes in tights" fix...

    ...

    It's stunning to think that we are now halfway through the pairing of the Avengers and the Justice League, something that was supposed to be part of comic book legend twenty years ago. This is the Beach Boys' Smile album, for those in the know. It was going to take a NLCS Game 6 clusterf*** of biblical proportions to screw this story up now and I don't see that happening. There has been too much care and love put into this book, and it shows in every beautiful page. If this is truly George Perez's final statement on the Marvel and DC universes, all I can say is WELL SAID.

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