SUPER POWERS TITANS' TOWER (Errata) (1986) Kenner Toys

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SUPER POWERS TITANS' TOWER (Errata)
Date: 1986
Publisher: Kenner Toys

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Along with Darkseid's Tower of Darkness, the Teen Titans' Tower was proposed, but never produced by Kenner Toys.

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    Proposed Kenner Super Power Titans' Tower concept artwork
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    SUPER POWERS TITANS' TOWER (Errata) (1986)
    TEEN TITANS Collector Gallery:

    The Proposed Kenner Super Powers Titans' Tower Original Concept Art by George Perez. A true masterpiece of what could have been. A fanboy true Masterpiece of all art concept. I would loved to built this tower myself if I had the equipment and the raw materials to use with. I have seen this artwork for so many years in a toy magazine's hot topics and never thought that one day I would get my mitten on this Original Masterpiece from Perez. Oh PRICELESS.

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