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NEW TEEN TITANS #19 (Apr 1986) DC Comics

cover:  George Perez
NEW TEEN TITANS #19
Date: Apr 1986
Cover Price: $1.50
Publisher: dccomics.com

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    • 20 years of Baltimore Comic-Con Program Books Steve C writes: BALTIMORE COMIC-CON 2001 (28 Oct 2001) Baltimore, Maryland A page from the Baltimore Comic-Con program book: Twenty years of program book covers. I'm thrilled to be included among such admirable and excellent cartoonists... George Perez, Steranko, Frank Cho, George Perez, Brandon Christopher Peterson, John Romita, Frank Cho, Frank Cho, Mike Mignola, Brandon Peterson, George Perez, Barry Kitson, Steve Hamaker, David Petersen, George Perez, Walt Simonson, Francesco Francavilla, Kevin Eastman, Jamar Nicholas, Sean Chen and Chris Ivy, and Steve Conley
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    Comic Legends: Were Nightwing and Donna Troy Nearly a Couple?

    posted Jul 2, 2018, 8:01 PM by Vu Nguyen

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    NEW TEEN TITANS #19 (Apr 1986)
    DC Comics
    Comic Legends: Were Nightwing and Donna Troy Nearly a Couple?
    by Brian Cronin in CBR


    STATUS: True

    (excerpt)

    The early 1990s were a strange time for Marv Wolfman on the New Titans. After launching the New Teen Titans in 1980 with George Perez, Wolfman had a bunch of characters that he and Perez could do whatever they wanted with. The only character that Wolfman had restrictions on was Robin, who was still ostensibly Batman’s partner in crimefighting and thus Wolfman had certain limitations on what he could do with the character. New Teen Titans proved so popular, though, that eventually DC introduced a new Robin, Jason Todd, so that Wolfman could take control of Dick Grayson. He had Dick become Nightwing and become firmly a part of the Titans universe for the rest of the 1980s (with George Perez leaving the Titans in 1986 or so, Wolfman was soon the sole guy in charge of the Titans, although Perez made a brief comeback for a few years in the late 1980s as the co-plotter of the book).



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