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NEW TEEN TITANS #39 (Feb 1984) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
NEW TEEN TITANS #39
Date: Feb 1984
Cover Price: $0.75
Publisher: dccomics.com

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Reprinted in THE NEW TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT TP (1998), BATMAN AND OTHER DC CLASSICS (1989), THE NEW TEEN TITANS: THE JUDAS CONTRACT TP (2003), OS NOVOS TITÃS #17 (Brazil) , DE NEW TEEN TITANS #8 (Netherlands), CLASICOS DC #12: NUEVOS TITANES (Spain) (Oct 2006) , and TEEN TITANS #9 (Australia)


The Titans make some startling discoveries about Brother Blood's operation and the people who fund it. Meanwhile, Terra toys with Deathstroke the Terminator, and Robin and Kid Flash make some fateful announcements about their futures with the teen team!


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    Credits
    "Crossroads" (22 pages)
    writer:  Marv Wolfman
    art:  George Perez
    colors:  Adrienne Roy
    letters:  N/A
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    You may recall that artist/writer Rob Liefeld used the same layout for the first two pages from New Teen Titans #39.

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    Grumpy Old Fan:Titans, go ... away?
    posted Jun 3, 2010 9:04 PM by vu sleeper

    From robot6.comicbookresources.com


    NEW TEEN TITANS #39 (Feb 1984)
    Robot 6:  Grumpy Old Fan | Titans, go ... away?
    Posted on June 3, 2010 - 02:00 PM by Tom Bondurant

    Thinking about the idea of “definitive” runs (touched on last week) brings me back to one of DC’s seminal creative teams. Of course, for fortyish DC fans like me, that team could only be Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, whose New Teen Titans helped DC straddle the line between Silver Age homage and Marvel-style soap opera.

    When NTT premiered in the summer of 1980, the DC superhero line looked pretty static: Cary Bates and Curt Swan on Action Comics, Gerry Conway writing Justice League, Irv Novick drawing Batman, Don Heck drawing Flash. Not that these were talentless hacks churning out pulp dreck -- far from it -- but Marvel had Frank Miller, Chris Claremont, John Byrne, and Wolfman and Pérez themselves. Teen Titans was a twice-cancelled title, yadda yadda yadda, naturally it changed the course of DC’s history.*

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    CBG #1624 Features Meltzer's Favorite Covers
    News | Sat, 20 Jan 2007 15:07:15 CST | Ilke

    From Ilke

    COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1624 (Oct 2006)
    Comics Buyer's Guide #1624 (released in October 2006) includes Brad Meltzer's comments on his '10 Favorite Covers,' and 4 of them were drawn by George:
    - The New Teen Titans (Vol.1) #4
    - The New Teen Titans (Vol.1) #39
    - Justice League of America #195
    - Wonder Woman (Vol.2) #1

    NEW TEEN TITANS #4 (Feb 1981)

    NEW TEEN TITANS #39 (Feb 1984)
    WONDER WOMAN #1 (Feb 1987)

    JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #195 (Oct 1981)

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    COMICS BUYER'S GUIDE #1624 (January 2007)
    Posted: 10/11/2006 8:50:59 AM

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    It's been 10 years since Marvel "reimagined" a batch of its major characters in the "Heroes Reborn" universe and Comics Buyer's Guide #1624 celebrates the anniversary event with an advance peek at the upcoming Onslaught Reborn mini-series written by Jeph Loeb with art by Rob Liefeld, who also provides this issue's cover. The duo talk about their experiences then and now in an exclusive interview.

    Our coverage of NBC's new Heroes series continues with interviews with series creator Tim Kring and actor Masi Oka who plays Hiro Nakamura. Click here for details on how you can win one of eight promo comics from the show.

    Geppi's Entertainment Museum opened to the public in September and CBG Editor Maggie Thompson was on hand for the festivities. Check out her multi-page report this issue!

     February 28, 2002 | Top 100 Covers
    From Vu
    WIZARD #127 (it came out yesterday) ran a feature "Top 100 Covers of all Time", in which the following George Pérez covers made it:
  • AVENGERS #181
  • 99. AVENGERS #181 (1978)

    From the very first time, cover penciler George Pérez indulged his love for super-detail by craming in 24 characters on a single cover. "That was the first time I'd drawn that many characters on one cover," says, Pérez. He then deadpans, "Later, though, I'd surass that number by multiples!" (No kidding - Pérez packed 562 characters on the Crisis on Infinite Earths hardcover cover 20 years later.)

  • NEW TEEN TITANS #39
  • 23. NEW TEEN TITANS #39 (1984)

    There's no doubting the message of this George Pérez cover: Robin and Kid Flash quit. "I had to get permission from DC, which was a little antsy about having the logo obscured," says Pérez. "Part of the inspiration for that cover was John Romita's cover to Amazing Spider-Man #50, with Spider-Man walking away."

  • CRISIS #7
  • 11. CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS #7 (1985)

    Whoa. This cover gesture of a saddened character holding another has been used since Michelangeo's Pieta statue (most notably, Thor #124's Odin holding Thor, and Uncanny X-Men #136's Cyclops holding Phoenix), but George Pérez's riveting cover stands out because it's Superman grieving over the lifeless body of Supergirl.

    Incidentally, NEW TEEN TITANS #39 cover's inspiration AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #50 made number one cover of all time, according to Wizard Magazine.
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