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NEW TEEN TITANS #26 (Dec 1982) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
NEW TEEN TITANS #26
Date: Dec 1982
Cover Price:  $0.60
Publisher: dccomics.com

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    "Runaways" (23 pages) 
    writer:  Marv Wolfman
    art:  George Perez
    Romeo Tanghal
    colors:  N/A
    letters:  Ben Oda
    editor:  Len Wein
      
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    New DC Series Starting Terra, in November
    News  Wed, 01 Nov 2006 20:51:02 CST  Vu
    From WIZARD: THE GUIDE TO COMICS #125 (Dec 2006)

    NEW TEEN TITANS #26 (Dec 1982)
    REIGN OF TERRA
    By Ben Morse
    Published in WIZARD: THE GUIDE TO COMICS #125 (Dec 2006) (www.wizarduniverse.com)

    A murderous traitor to the Teen Titans in a previous incarnation, a new Terra rocks the DCU in November.

    (excerpt)

    Terra made her first appearance in NEW TEEN TITANS #26, when Changeling - today known as beast Boy - foiled her attempt at a robbery. Subsequent issues would see the team tracking the girl down and learning she was being forced to commit crimes by terrorists who had kidnapped her family. When the Titans helped her defeat the terrorists, they revealed that her family was dead. Distraught, Terra found comfort by joining the Titans.

    Over the next year, Terra gained the love and support of the Titans and their faithful fan base. House ads in other DC comics prominently featured a smiling Terra and proclaimed her "The latest sensational member of the New Teen Titans!"

    And then came the shocker...

     February 10, 2004 | Question of the Issue Reponses
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    NEW TEEN TITANS #26 (Dec 1982)
    Question of the Issue?
    Thread started on: 02/08/04 at 12:40am

    Tony Lorenz (email): Hi everyone, I still need response to the question of the issue "What is your favorite Titan's cover and why?"

    Reply #1 on: 02/08/04 at 4:22pm
    Mark Metz: I think I have to go with New Teen Titans 21 (the Baxter version). The image of the Titans fallen in the know imaged within Cheshire's green costume has always been one of the most striking covers of the series to me. I had dropped Titans before that issue, but later, I had to have that one for the cover alone.

    It's everything a photoshop user like me wishes I could draw myself rather than use an application to do so. George's artwork her is truly amazing.

    Reply #2 on: 02/08/04 at 7:20pm
    Vu: TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS #44
    That is my favorite cover of the Teen Titans by George Perez. The cover introduces three new characters, all in a very heroic stance. In each of the background, it tells the story of the character. This is definitely one of the best cover ever made!

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