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The surprising miniseries continues! In the 1960s, the teen protegés of the JSA form a teen group of their own; sibling rivalry and other tensions mount within the Kent family; and an unexpected romance flowers in Gotham City's super-hero community. Then, in the 1970s, Deadman takes Batman on a harrowing trip into the shattered psyche of one of the Dark Knight Detective's greatest foes, and Hal Jordan embarks on a new career.

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Awww, yeah! Teen Titans! 0

I'm a Teen Titans fan. Yeah, the X-Men are pretty cool and they have, like, a million-gillion books on the stand. The Legion of Super-Heroes have been pretty cool, too. The closest thing to the level of cool of the Teen Titans is Infinity, Inc. I mean, the original Infinity, Inc. Not Luthor's version that spun out of 52. But   the original, that was made up of the legacy characters. That's what has made the Teen Titans, Infinity, Inc. and the Legion so cool. The X-Men were cool, but there was no...

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