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TEEN TITANS #4 (Jan 1997) DC Comics

cover:  Dan Jurgens
George Perez
TEEN TITANS #4
Date: Jan 1997
Cover Price: $1.95
Publisher: dccomics.com

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    Credits
    "Coming Out" (part 1) 
    writer:  Dan Jurgens 
    art:  Dan Jurgens
    George Perez 
    colors:  Gregory Wright 
    letters:  Richard Starkings
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    editor:  Eddie Berganza
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     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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