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TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #2 (1983)

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    TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #2 (1983)

    NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1 (Australia) (1985)

    LES JEUNES TITANS #9 (Aredit, France) (Dec 1985)
    cover: George Pérez
    NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #2
    1983
    $1.00
    DC Comics

    "The Murder Machine"

    writer:
    pencils:
    inks:
    Marv Wolfman
    George Pérez
    Pablo Marcos


    First appearance of the Vigilante.
    Reprinted in THE NEW TEEN TITANS: TERRA INCOGNITA TP
    Translated and reprinted in OS NOVOS TITÃS #14 (Brazil), CLASICOS DC #10: NUEVOS TITANES (Spain) and NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1 (Australia).

    TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #2 (1983) LES JEUNES TITANS #9 (Aredit, France) (Dec 1985)
    NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1 (Australia) (1985)

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    NEW TEEN TITANS #34 (Aug 1983) NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #2 (1983)
    Les Jeunes T #9 : Défunts et Commencements
    Le dimanche 11 janvier 2004
    par Christophe Colin

    Retour sur ce magazine qui publiait cette excellente série DC, et sur ce numéro consacré à l'apparition d'un nouveau personnage : Le Vigilante.

    Return to this comic book which was published in the excellent DC series, and on this number devoted to the appearance of a new character: The Vigilante.

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    TRANSLATION FROM BABELFISH:

    Young T #9: Endings and Beginnings
    Sunday January 11, 2004
    by Christophe Colin

    Return on this magazine which published this excellent DC series, and on this number devoted to the appearance of a new character: The Vigilante.

    New Teen Titans #34/New Teen Titans Annual #2 (Marv Wolfman/George Perez) In these issues, Kid Flash/Wally West and Robin/Dick Grayson, founder members of the team were going soon to leave their dressed up identities and their friends by the same occasion. It is also the arrival of a new team-member, Terra, half-sister of Géo-Force (...) read more

     February 27, 2003 | Wizard's Bargain Bin
    From WIZARD: THE COMICS MAGAZINE #139 (Apr 2003)

    BARGAIN BIN

    What true fanboy doesn't dig on trawling the quarter bins at a show to find good comics at a cheap price?

    Heck, the Wizard staffers do the exact same thing whenever we hit a show, so we pored over our personal collections, hit our library and scoured quarter bins to whip up this list of Bargain Bin gemes. If you've got a couple of bucks to spare at your next con, hit the quarter bins and look for these little ditties!

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    THE NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #2

    A kick-ass story by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez! When the Titans start harassing a local mobster that Robin's gunning for, the gangster hires an army of super-assassins to make the Titans dead! See Robin pushed to his breaking point, as well as the first appearance of the new Vigilante!


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