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Legendary creators Marv Wolfman (CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS) and George Pérez (FINAL CRISIS: LEGION OF THREE WORLDS) reunite for a lost tale from their classic run on the best-selling NEW TEEN TITANS! This original graphic novel features a mysterious villain playing a deadly game with New York City as the gameboard – and the Teen Titans as the pieces! Twenty years in the making, THE NEW TEEN TITANS: GAMES is a can't-miss for fans new and old.

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An old Story is Still a Good One 0

I just finished this book and I have to say while it is very good, it is definitely a product of the time that it was written. That does not mean it's bad, far from it, I enjoyed the story very much and I'm glad I picked it up. Wolfman's Titans are there and it was great and nostalgic reading his version of the team again. The art is also reflective of the time that Perez and Wolfman started doing Teen Titans and like I said before, it doesn't make the book bad, however when you compare the art ...

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Titans Together! Titans Forever! 0

In the 1980s, team-up books were a license to print money. Marvel’s ace-in-the-hole was Chris Claremont’s X-Men. DC countered, not with big guns like the Justice League, but with a team comprised of sidekicks and new characters - The New Teen Titans, under the pen of Marv Wolfman and drawn by George Perez. This was DC’s top title and gave us new characters that have become DCU mainstays like Raven, Cyborg, and Starfire. It made Robin (eventually, Nightwing) cool. It gave us Deathstroke. And it i...

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