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TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS #49 (Dec 1984) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS #49
Date: Dec 1984
Cover Price: $0.75
Publisher: dccomics.com

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    • MegaCon Orlando 2022 recap (part one) Read More MegaCon It was with heavy heart but great admiration to be present for the George Pérez memorial service hosted at MegaCon Orlando inside the sprawling Orange County Convention Center. … Though it only may be the unofficial start of Summer, it is definitely the official start of comic convention season and we packed up our Avengers Quinjetto flydown to Orlando, FL for the Southeast’s largest show, MegaCon Orlando 2022. Comic book shows have been held in Central Florida since the 70s, and this particular show began in 1993, with former publisher CrossGenpurchasing it in 1999, and its current UK owner, Informa, taking charge in 2015 under its Fan Expo banner.  Fan Expo more recently also assumed ...
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    Credits
    "The Light That Failed" (23 pages)
    writer:  Marv Wolfman
    art:  Carmine Infantino
    Mike DeCarlo
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    letters:  N/A
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     August 01, 2004 09:04 am | 10,000 Comic Books
    From Vu
    I was at the Brave New Workshop comedy improv show last night and I picked up this flyer. I instantly saw that the comic book that Tim Uren is holding is TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS #49 (Dec 1984). It was pretty sad when I told my friend that the cover was of TTT #49 and that the cover was drawn by George Pérez, but I could not remember the interior artist (Carmine Infantino).

    You can check out the Fringe Festival Website or the official www.10000comicbooks.com (but some of the images and links are broken).

    I might try and catch the comic book show, it should be pretty funny.




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