Sunday, April 19, 2009

Titans In July


Full July solicts available here.

TITANS #15
Written by JT Krul
Art by Ed Benes & Rob Hunter
Cover by Angel Unzueta & Wayne Faucher
Prelude to BLACKEST NIGHT: TITANS! Tempest returns! And how will his arrival affect the Titans? The last page not only answers this question, but will have fans buzzing.
On sale July 15 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

TEEN TITANS #73
Written by Bryan Q. Miller; co-feature written by Sean McKeever
Art by Joe Bennett & Jack Jadson; co-feature art by Yildiray Cinar & Júlio Ferreira
Cover by Joe Bennett & Jack Jadson
In the first feature, the team attempts to rescue Wonder Girl from the new Fearsome Five, as Calculator enacts his revenge on the team for not protecting his children. In the 10-page co-feature, Ravager faces the drug problem that could kill her!
On sale July 29 • 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US


TINY TITANS #18
Written by Art Baltazar and Franco
Art and cover by Art Baltazar
School's over, but the Tiny Titans can't leave yet – they're stuck in detention! How did that happen? Meanwhile, elsewhere in the school, Principal Slade's got some dirty jobs...and Darkseid's gotta do them!
On sale July 22 • 32 pg, FC, $2.50 US


THE FLASH: REBIRTH #4
Written by Geoff Johns
Art and covers by Ethan Van Sciver
Barry Allen left a legacy that thrived after his death. Now his return threatens it all. What secrets does Barry hold inside him about the fate of the Flash Family? What destiny awaits Wally and his twins? What murderous force targets Bart Allen? And what does it truly mean to be a speedster? Retailers please note: This issue will ship with two covers. For every 25 copies of the Standard Edition (with a cover by Ethan Van Sciver), retailers may order one copy of the Variant Edition (with a cover by Ethan Van Sciver). Please see the Previews Order Form for more information.
On sale July 22 • 4 of 5 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

THE LAST DAYS OF ANIMAL MAN #3
Written by Gerry Conway
Art by Chris Batista & Dave Meikis
Cover by Brian Bolland
Enter the League of Titans! Buddy Baker is cracking up, but can he rely on a little help from his friends? Or should a wounded animal just slink away to die? Starfire has an opinion on the subject, and she’s never been one to keep her feelings to herself…
On sale July 29 • 3 of 6 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US

BOOSTER GOLD #22
Written by Keith Giffen; co-feature written by Matthew Sturges
Art by Dan Jurgens & Norm Rapmund; co-feature art by Mike Norton
Cover by Dan Jurgens & Norm Rapmund
“Day of Death” part 2! Booster Gold travels back in time to prevent the Black Beetle from killing the New Titans, but who will save Booster Gold from the Black Beetle — and what role will Deathstroke play?
And in the all-new Blue Beetle co-feature, Jaime must battle a flying robot army from destroying all of the people in El Paso!
On sale July 8 • 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US



WEDNESDAY COMICS #1-4

In July, DC Comics gives a fresh twist to a grand comics tradition with WEDNESDAY COMICS, a new, weekly 12-issue series by some of the greatest names in comics today!

WEDNESDAY COMICS is unique in modern comics history: Reinventing the classic weekly newspaper comics section, it is a 16-page weekly that unfolds to a sprawling 28” x 20” tabloid-sized reading experience bursting with mind-blowing color, action and excitement, with each feature on its own 14” x 20” page.

Spearheaded by DCU Editorial Art Director Mark Chiarello, whose past editing credits include BATMAN BLACK & WHITE, DC: THE NEW FRONTIER and SOLO, each page of WEDNESDAY COMICS spotlights the continuing adventures of DC heroes, including:

• BATMAN, WEDNESDAY COMICS’ weekly cover feature, by the Eisner Award-winning 100 BULLETS team of writer Brian Azzarello and artist Eduardo Risso
• ADAM STRANGE, by writer/artist Paul Pope (BATMAN: YEAR 100)
• METAMORPHO, written by New York Times best-selling writer Neil Gaiman with art by Eisner Award-winner Michael Allred (Madman)
• THE DEMON AND CATWOMAN, written by Walter Simonson (Thor, MANHUNTER) with art by famed DC cover artist Brian Stelfreeze
• DEADMAN, written by Dave Bullock and Vinton Heuck, art by Dave Bullock
• KAMANDI, written by Dave Gibbons (WATCHMEN, GREEN LANTERN CORPS) with art by Ryan Sook (Buffy The Vampire Slayer, ARKHAM ASYLUM: LIVING HELL)
• SUPERMAN, written by John Arcudi (The Mask) with art by Lee Bermejo (JOKER)
• WONDER WOMAN, written and illustrated by Ben Caldwell (Dare Detectives)
• GREEN LANTERN, written by Kurt Busiek (TRINITY, ASTRO CITY) with art by Joe Quiñones (TEEN TITANS GO!)
• TEEN TITANS, written by Eddie Berganza with art by Sean Galloway
• SUPERGIRL, written by Jimmy Palmiotti (JONAH HEX) with art by Amanda Conner (POWER GIRL)
• HAWKMAN, written and illustrated by Kyle Baker (PLASTIC MAN, Special Forces)
• SGT. ROCK, written by Adam Kubert (SUPERMAN: LAST SON), ilustrated by legendary comics artist Joe Kubert
• THE FLASH, written by Karl Kerschl (TEEN TITANS YEAR ONE, THE FLASH: THE FASTEST MAN ALIVE) and Brenden Fletcher, illustrated by Karl Kerschl
• METAL MEN, written by Dan DiDio with art by Ian Churchill (SUPERGIRL)

WEDNESDAY COMICS will arrive in stores folded twice to 7” x 10”, with the first issue set to reach stores on July 8.
Issue #1 on sale July 8; Issue #2 on sale July 15; Issue #3 on sale July 22; Issue #4 on sale July 29 • 1-4 of 12 • 7” x 10”, 16 pg, FC, $3.99 US

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16 Comments:

  • At 12:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I hope Tempest doesn't attack the Titans. That would be ridiculous. I think it's time the Titans fought some actual criminals. It's like the majority of dc books are more concerned with superhero interaction than what a superheroes' job description entails, protecting citizens. I hope Titans and Teen Titans get on track soon. It's like some exec at dc is holding them back. I don"t understand why.

     
  • At 2:13 PM, Anonymous Diane Brendan said…

    More like the constant crossovers are holding them back. I wish the Titans would just go out and beat up on some supervillains instead of each other.

    Nice to see Tempest back. I'd rather he joined the Titans than Jericho.

     
  • At 5:40 PM, Blogger Nightwing said…

    "I think it's time the Titans fought some actual criminals." You mean, instead of each other? lol. Yeah... I wonder of the other super-teams talk about the Titans like that. "TWe really messed up those sidekicks huh? They spend more time betraying each other and fighting their own, than they do fighting actual criminals..."

     
  • At 8:46 PM, Anonymous USS_Ttans said…

    I hope DC dont treat Tempest like another Jericho. But the BIG new is ED BENES art!!!!!Yeah. I love ED's art. I hope this is not just one issue thing.

     
  • At 10:36 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    "It's like the majority of dc books are more concerned with superhero interaction than what a superheroes' job description entails, protecting citizens." I wrote this earlier and I rethought it. I don't know what made me generalize this way, but I think it's a problem predominantly in Titan books. I can't remember the last villain they've fought that hasn't attacked them directly or was formally a Titan. They don't protect regular people anymore. Also, who's funding the Teens' tower. I mean they used to work for the city of San Francisco, escorting criminals and such, but not lately. As a fanboy, this bugs me.

     
  • At 1:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I am sorely tempted to make some crack comment about Kory's butt... (nice version: I'd really prefer NOT to see that, thank you).

     
  • At 12:09 PM, Blogger ace1138 said…

    The glove of The Flash is yellow?
    Is the new Wally´s suit?

     
  • At 12:16 PM, Anonymous Memo said…

    Did someone see the cover of the animal man mini? i mean check out the flash costume i think thats the new one

     
  • At 1:40 PM, Blogger Matt said…

    No way that's the new Flash costume. It looks awful, that Flash looks to be African-American, and that whole story sounds like those "End" stories that Marvel has that show how a super-hero's life will end.

     
  • At 9:16 AM, Blogger Sarah said…

    "I am sorely tempted to make some crack comment about Kory's butt"

    Haha, "crack"... You so funny.

    But honestly, it is a bit obvious. Poor Kory.

     
  • At 10:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    "Haha, "crack"... You so funny."

    Thank you! :)

    (Yes, poor Kory. I miss the good days where Marv and George treated Kory with respect as opposed to today's writers and artists.)

     
  • At 10:34 AM, Blogger Matt said…

    When on her own merits or seemingly away from the Titans, Kory is treated pretty darn well. With Adam Strange and Animal Man in 52 and Countdown to Adventure, she was portrayed very well, I thought.

     
  • At 8:06 PM, Anonymous johonny said…

    I enjoy that this Titans comic has a creative team that doesn't appear to include the actual people writing the comic. You get the feeling the comic will continue to be composed of 1 shots and mini-series that never add up to anything until DC actually hires a writer and artist to work on the comic full time as a creative team.

     
  • At 8:59 AM, Blogger conditionals said…

    @Matt: I'm with you on that. Countdown to Adventure had a great treatment of Starfire. A lot of her Titans-related stuff is just... ugh, embarrassing. Seriously, is anybody getting anything from it?

     
  • At 6:26 PM, Anonymous Phil Watts, Jr. said…

    Ed "BACKSHOT" Benes strikes again!

    Seriously...this guy needs a more light-hearted book. He needs his own book were he can serve up as much cheesecake as he pleases without it being out-of-place, kinda like the deal Adam Warren has with EMPOWERED. Right now, Ed trying to do serious/sorta-serious books and throwing in backshots at inappropriate times, it just throws everything off (that particular TITANS cover serving a good example).

     
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