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NEW TEEN TITANS #13 (Nov 1981) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
Romeo Tanghal
NEW TEEN TITANS #13
Cover Date: Nov 1981
Cover Price: $0.60
Publisher: dccomics.com

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vs: Brotherhood of Evil, ap: Doom Patrol
Robin, Cyborg, Kid Flash and Robotman are on Steve Dayton's trail in Uganda, while Starfire, Raven and Queen Hippolyta must contend with an enraged Changeling on Paradise Island.

Reprinted in AMERICAN HEROES #15 (Italy) (Jan 1993), NEW TEEN TITANS ARCHIVES #2 (May 2004), DE NYE TITANER #3 (Danish), CLASH OF THE TITANS #1 (Australia), LES JEUNES TITANS #7 (Artima, France) (Mar 1984), SERIETIDNINGEN #1 (1985) (Sweden), a 

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    Credits
    "Friends And Foes Alike" (25 pages)
    writer:  Marv Wolfman
    art:  George Perez
    Romeo Tanghal  
    colors:  Adrienne Roy
    letters:  Ben Oda
    editor:  Len Wein
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     August 6, 2003 | Brevoort's History of Comics (8/5)
    From Silver Bullet Comics

    BREVOORT'S HISTORY OF COMICS: Captain Victory #2 - January, 1982
    Tuesday, August 5
    By Tom Brevoort

    CAPTAIN VICTORY #2 is noteworthy for containing the only fan letter I ever had published--and, inevitably, they spelled my name wrong. It's also evidence of how, as I moved into the 1980s, I began to explore the burgeoning independent comics market.

    I was fortunate in that a comic shop--PORT COMICS AND COLLECTABLES in Medford, Long Island (which is still there, by the way, just under different management)--opened up within biking distance of my house around 1980. This gave me easy access to affordable back issues as well as the "direct sales only" comics of the time.

    I greeted CAPTAIN VICTORY with enthusiasm--my fan letter proclaimed the first issue to have been superior to NEW TEEN TITANS #13, X-MEN #151 and X-MEN ANNUAL #5, all of which had come out the same day.

     December 15, 2002 | Daily Planet (1981)
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    This is the profile that appeared in the back pages of World's Finest Comics #273 Nov '81.


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