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Teen Titans: The Early Archives

Robin! Kid Flash! Aqualad! Wonder Girl! After their debut in the Brave and the Bold and
Showcase, the Teen Titans were awarded their own series in 1966 and began their teen-oriented
adventures, with artist Nick Cardy and writer, Bob Haney.

The series lasted 43 issues and was later briefly revived in the late seventies with
Teen Titans #44-53, written by Bob Rozakis. In its last issue, Teen Titans #53, the origin
of the Teen Titans was revealed at last, with Speedy as one of the founding five.

From Teen Titans to Titans West, this page contains articles from 1965-1979.

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New Teen Titans: Archives

Marv Wolfman and George Pérez breathed new life into the Titans franchise with
New Teen Titans#1 in 1980. Robin, Wonder Girl and Kid Flash were joined by new
arrivals: Raven, Starfire, Cyborg and Changeling. The classic run culminated with
“The Judas Contact” storyline in Tales of the Teen Titans#42-44 & Annual #3.
After Tales #59, the title featured reprints of the deluxe New Teen Titans(second series).

Wolfman and  Pérez launched the Titans into a new series with better quality printing
and slicker paper in 1984. With New Titans #50, the title change reflected its maturing cast.

From New Teen Titans to New Titans, this page contains information and
magazine articles from 1980-1990.

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Titans Hunt Era: Archives

Change was in the air. The “Titans Hunt” would provide major shake-ups with
New Titans #71-84, resulting in an ever-changing status quo. The team said goodbye
to old friends, as it welcomed edgy new members like Pantha, Phantasm, Wildebeest
and Red Star.

The New Titans remained in flux until Arsenal assembled his own team of Titans after
the Zero Hour time crisis, until the book’s final issue, New Titans #130.

From Titans Hunt to Zero Hour, this page contains information and magazine articles
from 1991-1995.

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Teen Titans II: Atom’s Team Archives

Attempting to relaunch the Teen Titans for the 90′s, Dan Jurgens masterminded
the new team and lead characters, with George Pérez providing inks. The de-aged
teenage Atom led a group of half-alien youths, including Argent, Risk, Joto and Prysm.
Guided by mentor Loren Jupiter and Omen (Lilith Clay), the new team was later joined
by Fringe and Captain Marvel, Jr. The new members failed to invigorate the title, which
was canceled with Teen Titans #24.

This page contains information, articles andindexes for the Titans characters
from 1996-1998.

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The Titans: Archives

Readers demanded the return of the original members of the team, and DC Comics obliged
withTitans #1 in March 1999. United after theJLA/Titans mini-series, the core five Titans
were joined by Cyborg, Starfire, Argent, Damage and Jesse Quick.

Written by Devin Grayson and later, Jay Faerber, the series featured art by Buckingham,
Pelletier and Kitson. The title lasted a total of 50 issues before DC decided to reinvent the
Teen Titans once again.

From Titans’ reunions to Titans L.A., this page contains information, magazine articles
and online postings from 1998-2003.

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Teen Titans III: The Next Generation Archives

Teen Titans was reimaged by the creative team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Mike McKone.
Deciding the next generation of super-heroes needed a place to go, Cyborg, Starfire and
Beast Boy created a new Titans Tower headquarters in San Francisco. Joined by Robin, Superboy,
Wonder Girl  and Kid Flash, they became the latest version of Teen Titans! The membership
evolved over time, but Titans Tower itself remained a destination for young heroes-in-training.

Meanwhile, writer Judd Winick along with artist Ian Churchill launched the classic
Wolfman/Pérez Titans roster out of a Teen Titans East Special one-shot in November
and into the ongoing series simply titled Titans in April of 2008. Nightwing, Starfire, Flash,
Red Arrow, Cyborg, Raven, Donna Troy and Beast Boy were together again for the first time,
as they say. The book received a shocking change in direction when Deathstroke usurped the
Titans’ name and formed a villains-for-hire team

From the original Titans to a bold new generation of Teen Titans, this page contains
articles and interviews from 2003-2011.

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Teen Titans IV: DCnU Archives

DC Comics relaunched their entire comic book line in September of 2011, completely
reconfiguring the established history of the Teen Titans.

In the wake of this new era, Red Robin teamed with Superboy, Wonder Girl and Kid Flash
to galvanize an exciting new super team. Joined by three mysterious new members,
the Teen Titans were reborn!

This page contains  articles and interviews from 2011-present.

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Series Indexes and Chronology

Titans-Related Series Indexes & Overviews.
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