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TEEN TITANS #100 (Cover A) (Aug 2011)

cover:  Nicola Scott
Doug Hazlewood
TEEN TITANS #100 (Cover B)
Aug 2011
$4.99
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Preview of NEW TEEN TITANS: GAMES GN (Sep 2011)
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Written by J.T. KRUL; Art by NICOLA SCOTT and DOUG HAZLEWOOD; Cover by NICOLA SCOTT and DOUG HAZLEWOOD; 1:10 Variant cover by PHIL JIMENEZ

In the bonus-sized 100th issue of TEEN TITANS, It's all-out war as Titans old and new come together to face the greatest threat to their existence. Can anyone stop Superboy Prime from destroying everything the team stands for?

DC Universe | 48pg. | Color | $4.99 US

On Sale August 24, 2011


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    TEEN TITANS #100 (Cover A) (Aug 2011)

    TEEN TITANS #100 (Cover B) (Aug 2011)



    CBR: Krul and Scott Take "Teen Titans" Prime Time with #100

    posted Aug 25, 2011 9:12 AM by vu sleeper

    From comicbookresources.com


    TEEN TITANS #100 (Cover A) (Aug 2011)

    TEEN TITANS #100 (Cover B) (Aug 2011)
    Krul and Scott Take "Teen Titans" Prime Time with #100
    by Jeffrey Renaud, Staff Writer |  Posted: 08/25/11

    J.T. Krul and Nicola Scott bid "Teen Titans" adieu with #100, on sale now

    During its heyday in the 1980s, "New Teen Titans" was the title, month in and month out, not only for DC Comics but for the entire industry, that readers flocked to comic book shops to buy the day it arrived.

    Some lean times followed the title's epic run, but when superstar creator Geoff Johns relaunched the franchise with the latest volume in 2003 -- along with British artist Mike McKone -- "Teen Titans" again became a buzz book for critics and fans alike.

    Johns left the series in 2007 following the release of "Teen Titans"#45 and the title's popularity slipped again, but when the current creative team of writer J.T. Krul ("Green Arrow") and artist Nicola Scott ("Birds of Prey") joined forces for what would ultimately be the closing chapter of this incarnation's run, sales climbed as readership came back faster than Bart Allen.

    CBR News: Your run on "Teen Titans" has been extremely well-received by critics and fans alike. J.T., you had worked with versions of the team for "Titans" and "Blackest Night: Titans," but how familiar were you with the superhero team prior to joining DC Comics?

    J.T. Krul: I found "New Teen Titans" when I was a little older. Probably when I was a teenager but obviously, I loved the [Marv] Wolfman/[George] Perez stuff and when Geoff Johns restarted the title with this run, 100 issues ago, it was a really an exciting time to get back into it.

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    Teen Titans #100 features sneak preview of New Teen Titans: Games

    posted Aug 24, 2011 7:05 PM by vu sleeper

    From dcu.blog.dccomics.com


    TEEN TITANS #100 (Cover A) (Aug 2011)

    TEEN TITANS #100 (Cover B) (Aug 2011)
    The Landmark 100th Issue of TEEN TITANS
    Wednesday, August 24th, 2011 by Alex Nagorski

    In the final issue of this run of TEEN TITANS, the team faces down with their most invincible enemy yet: Superboy prime and his army of Superboy clones. This oversized 100th issue written by J.T. Krul with art by Nicola Scott, Doug Hazlewood, Jack Purcell and Greg Adams, packs action and mayhem into every page. In the end, the Teen Titans must face the question: when your enemy is unstoppable, how do you punish or contain him?

    TEEN TITANS #100 features 8 pin-ups from artists Amy Reeder, Rob Liefeld, Tony S. Daniel, Norm Rapmund, Jose Luis Garcia Lopez, Karl Kerschl, Brett Booth, Rob Hunter, Chris Burnham, Marcus To and Ray McCarthy. It also includes a special preview of Marv Wolfman and George Perez’ THE NEW TEEN TITANS GAMES, an original hardcover graphic novel twenty years in the making (in stores next month).

    Look for this landmark issue in stores today and be sure to pick up TEEN TITANS #1 by Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund, on sale September 28th.

     


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