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NEW TEEN TITANS #4 (Feb 1981) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
NEW TEEN TITANS #4
Date: Feb 1981
Cover Price: $0.50
Publisher: dccomics.com

Description
Reprinted:

Guest appearance by the Justice League of America
Reprinted in  THE NEW TEEN TITANS ARCHIVES #1,  , LES JEUNES TITANS #2 (Artima, France) (Oct 1982), CLASICOS DC #1: NUEVOS TITANES (Spain),  SERIETIDNINGEN #1 (Sweden) (Jul 1984), and GRANDES CLASSICOS DC #5 (Brazil).

     

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    writer:  Marv Wolfman
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    colors:  Adrienne Roy 
    letters:  Ben Oda 
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    Poll: Which title would you like to see George Perez draw?

    posted Aug 17, 2011 9:51 PM by vu sleeper

    From Vu


    NEW TEEN TITANS #4 (Feb 1981)
    Just having fun, but I've created a public poll under Comments.

    Personally, I would love to see George return back to the Teen Titans.

    Update: Cannot seem to work out how Google charts works, sorry. All fixed.
    UPDATE 8/18/11: Obviously someone started spamming their vote for Marvel Comics early this afternoon and broke the calculation - I have originally only added 100 rows of data to work with, not really thinking it would go above that. I have added another few hundred rolls now, pie chart should work now.

    Like I said, this is just a for fun poll and doesn't really mean anything, but here are some comments and votes that is quite interesting (see below).  A lot of good feedback regarding George Perez working on BATMAN.  Incidentally, the reason for the DC-only titles is because George is most likely in a DC exclusive contract.  

    8/19/2011 09:51:45 Batman : MLB Draw Batman George!!
    8/19/2011 03:37:51
    Adam Strange : mark mcintosh : adam strange is a book i think would be kool and a book he once told me a book he would loveto do
    8/18/2011 20:06:22
    Aquaman : Glenn Simpson :  If and when Johns leaves Aquaman, he's going to need George.
    8/18/2011 12:33:10
    Batman : Tony Lorenz : Batman is the one series, George has never really done, he's done covers and short stories in annuals and such, has never really even drawn on compete issue, I would love to see it  
    8/18/2011 07:00:19 Sachs & Violens : Arthur : Yeah, impossible at the moment due to Peter David's deal with Marvel, but I'd love to see more S & V.   
    8/18/2011 00:20:00
    Batman : Crash! Landen  : George drawing any title is a positive.   
    8/17/2011 22:54:31
    Teen Titans : Marcus  : No one can handle the Titans right other than George and Marv, though I think Dan Jurgens did a fairly decent job, and Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Phil Jimenez and Eduardo Barreto are tied for second place as artists.   
    8/17/2011 21:49:49 Ambush Bug

     

    Wizard World #19 features article on the Copper Age
    posted Jul 8, 2011 7:08 PM by vu sleeper

    From Vu


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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) 
    Krause
    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)

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

    (excerpt)

    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.

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    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!

     August 20, 2003 | Brevoort's History of Comics (8/19)
    From Silver Bullet Comics

    Tom Brevoort's History Of Comics: New Teen Titans #4 - February, 1981
    Tuesday, August 19
    By Tom Brevoort

    It should have been a no-brainer. I liked the Teen Titans. I liked the writing of Marv Wolfman, who I thought was one of the best of the era. I really liked George Perez, who had penciled many of the earliest Marvel books I had read. But when NEW TEEN TITANS failed to show up at my usual comics outlets, I didn't bother to track it down.

    Why? Because I hadn't liked the preview story that had run in DC COMICS PRESENTS #26 before the series premiered.

    The only place in the area that was carrying NEW TEEN TITANS was a small card store in Israel Litwack's neck of the woods. And every month, he'd badger me about trying this new title, which he was really taken with. And I'd tell him that I read the preview and hadn't liked it.

    But the Justice League were going to be guest-starring in issue #4, and that was all it took to push me over the edge. I asked Israel to pick me up a copy--and I was hooked.

    NEW TEEN TITANS was the preeminent DC series of its day, the first title of what was then referred to as "the new DC." It combined the Marvel approach to character and story dynamics with the DC characters and the flavor of its universe. It was, to put it simply, the book that got many people past their "Marvel Comics are cool; DC Comics suck" prejudices.

    Israel had to buy my copies of TITANS for me up until the time that I moved to Delaware at the end of 1981, since the book had horrible distribution in my area. And I managed to locate all of the back issues by the time #6 hit the stands (though Glenn Hauman chiseled me out of an extra buck for #1, which he bought for $4.00 and then turned around and sold to me for $5.00. Literally. Just turned around. I'll bet he thinks I've forgotten this..)

    I met George Perez for the first time at a signing that was held at a comic shop out on Long Island in celebration of the Titans when TITANS #6 came out. And now he calls me at my house. Not bad, eh?

    (Vu: Exact article previously appeared on Silver Bullet Comics on December 25, 2001.)

     December 30, 2001 | Brevoort's History of Comics
    From Silver Bullet Comics (Brevoort is the editor working with George for the upcoming JLA/AVENGERS comics)
    BREVOORT'S HISTORY OF COMICS
    December 25, 2001

    New Teen Titans #4 - February, 1981
    By Tom Brevoort

    It should have been a no-brainer. I liked the Teen Titans. I liked the writing of Marv Wolfman, who I thought was one of the best of the era. I really liked George Perez, who had penciled many of the earliest Marvel books I had read. But when NEW TEEN TITANS failed to show up at my usual comics outlets, I didn't bother to track it down.

    Why? Because I hadn't liked the preview story that had run in DC COMICS PRESENTS #26 before the series premiered.

    The only place in the area that was carrying NEW TEEN TITANS was a small card store in Israel Litwack's neck of the woods. And every month, he'd badger me about trying this new title, which he was really taken with. And I'd tell him that I read the preview and hadn't liked it.

    [ Read more Brevoort's History of Comics ]