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TEEN TITANS #1 (Oct 1996) DC Comics

cover:  Dan Jurgens
George Perez
TEEN TITANS #1
Date: Oct 1996
Cover Price: $1.95
Publisher: dccomics.com

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    Spring Fling Comic Book Show at Mermaid Entertainment & Event Center, Mounds View (15 May 2021)

    posted May 15, 2021, 1:59 PM by Vu Nguyen

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    When the 26th annual SpringCon ended over the previous weekend and the dust settled, it became the largest attended in the group’s history and ended the so-called ....
    We attended the first Midwest Comic Book Fans show Spring Fling Comic Book Show at Mermaid Entertainment & Event Center, Mounds View, Minnesota, today, May 15th, 2021.

    To give you a little background, Midwest Comic Book Fans came out of the ashes of Midwest Comic Book Association (MCBA). It all started with the passing of organizer Nick Post in 2014, and the MCBA organization had an identity crisis, after re-branding itself as MSP Comicon… which sounded like a good idea, as it sounds like San Diego Comicon and to better compete with Wizard World Minneapolis and MN Fan Fest. I’ve mentioned in the past that I absolutely hated the “MSP Comicon” name, and locally, everybody referred to the shows as Springcon and Fallcon anyway… so what was the point?

    The remaining organizers at the Midwest Comic Book Association decided to retire and left it to the remaining volunteers. They had a vote and reformed as simply Midwest Comic Book Fans.

    MCBF’s main goal is to bring back Springcon and Fallcon, and its original goal of keeping the shows affordable. This is awesome, as one of my biggest complaint about the previous former shows, was that it was expensive ($15 was the price of admission that I paid on the last show) for what it offered. For that price, I wanted a good comic book panels, I want to see non-local artists, etc.

    Based on what we saw at “Spring Fling Comic Book Show”, I think they are on the right track! The $5 admission fee was the right price for this kind of one-room show. There were about 15 local dealers, mostly dealing with comic books (some had toys and the usual convention-related things).

    Artists
    There was a small section for artists, as you can see from the photo, local legend Dan Jurgens (Superman), Gordon Purcell (Star Trek: The Last Generation), and Ale Garza (Deadpool), had a table. The flyer (complete with the wrong zip code), did not advertise Jurgens, as there were several fans who were surprised to see him there. In fact, if I had known he was going to be there, I would’ve definitely brought some books for him to sign (even though I’ve met Jurgens and got his autographs numerous times).

    Anyway, the turnout for this show was so good that there was a long line of people trying to get in the room (since there was a capacity cap). I think there was a number of factors why there was such a large turnout… one of which is perhaps people were just itching to get back to normal conventions and shows (now that many people are vaccinated). Also, I think the price is right, a show like this should be $5 or less.

    I think my biggest complaint is that it was just too small, especially with the capacity limit. If you were collecting comics, this kind of show is good for looking and buying. Prices are about what you would expect, not too overpriced, but not exactly great deals either… but it might be cheaper than what’s on eBay.

    Overall, a good start. I’m very interested in checking out their next show… which I am assuming will be Fallcon.
      
    


    Spring Fling Comic Book Show at Mermaid Entertainment & Event Center, Mounds View (15 May 2021)



     
     May 2, 2003 | Pipeline (May 2)
    From Comic Book Resources

    TEEN TITANS #1 (Oct 1996)
    DC Comics
    PIPELINE PREVIEWS FOR JULY 2003
    Friday May 2, 2003
    written by Augie De Blieck Jr.

    (excerpt)

    I've only ever followed one TEEN TITANS series, and that was the Dan Jurgens and George Perez series of the mid-1990s. I don't remember much of it now, and most of the characters have dispersed into the dark corners of the DCU, with the possible exception of Argent. In any case, I'm going to give the team another try in July with the new TEEN TITANS series, written by Geoff Johns and drawn by Mike McKone and Marlo Alquiza. The two did beautiful work on SUPERMAN not too long ago, and I think McKone's style is more naturally suited to the DC superheroes than the Marvel ones. It just ends up looking more natural and fluid at DC than it ever did at Marvel. There's a nice looking preview of this series in the new WIZARD, as well.

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