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Preview: Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #106

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #106

Written by: Sholly Fisch
Art by: Randy Elliott

Usually, when an artist is readying an exhibit for the public, the biggest fear is a critic’s review. That would still be the case…if a ghostly visitor hadn’t begun to haunt the Museum of Holographic Art’s newest exhibit! Can Scooby and the gang use their renowned sleuthing skills to see through the ghost’s plans before the museum is forced to shut down for good?

Scooby-Doo, Where Are You? #106

Preview: Teen Titans #46

Teen Titans #46

Written by: Robbie Thompson
Art by: Jesús Merino

With Damian Wayne renouncing his role as Robin and leaving the Teen Titans behind, Jon Kent returns from the future and the Legion of Super-Heroes to ask the remaining Titans some tough questions about his best friend. And when Superboy asks questions-he demands answers.

Teen Titans #46

Preview: Teen Titans #45

Teen Titans #45

Written by: Robbie Thompson
Art by: Javier Fernandez

After the shocking events of last month’s Teen Titans Annual, Crush has been named the new leader of the Teen Titans. With Damian Wayne missing, can Crush hold the teen team together? And now that she’s in charge, which villains will Lobo’s daughter go after first? And will Red Arrow, Kid Flash, and Roundhouse follow their hotheaded new leader into battle?

Teen Titans #45

Preview: Teen Titans Annual #2

Teen Titans Annual #2

(W) Adam Glass, Robbie Thompson (A) Javi Fernandez (CA) Bernard Chang
In Shops: Aug 25, 2020
SRP: $4.99

After Batman discovers the Teen Titans’ most shocking secrets, he arrives at Mercy Hall…and he wants a word with Robin. Don’t miss the confrontation between father and son that will alter the very course of the DC Universe. Will the Teen Titans ever be the same?

Teen Titans Annual #2

Preview: Teen Titans #44

Teen Titans #44

Written by: Robbie Thompson
Art by: Javier Fernandez

In this issue, Crush, Roundhouse, Kid Flash, and Red Arrow chase down Robin, who’s on the hunt for villains he thinks must pay the ultimate price for their crimes. With Batman also on the case, can the Teen Titans get to Damian Wayne before his father does?

Teen Titans #44

Numerous DC Titles Wrap Up their Runs in November including Teen Titans, Young Justice, Suicide Squad, John Constantine: Hellblazer, and Hawkman

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DC‘s Dark Nights: Death Metal has been hinted at changes for the DC line once the event wraps up and we may be seeing the likely steps for whatever launches after with numerous titles ending in November.

Already announced ending in October are Batgirl, Batman and the Outsiders, and Justice League Odyssey. In November Teen Titans, Young Justice, Suicide Squad, Hawkman, and John Constantine: Hellblazer will all end. A few other mini-series will end as well. Teen Titans is the longest-running of the bunch while Suicide Squad had only recently seen a relaunch. I’d also expect a merging of Young Justice and Teen Titans into a new series down the line as well based on some recent issues and what has been said within.

Aquaman will see writer Kelly Sue DeConnick wrap up her run on the series with Aquaman #65 but the series will not be ending.

The decision to end these titles is not related to recent shakeups at the publisher as these decisions are usually made well in advance of solicitations. Further, whatever DC’s focus in the future, most likely digital and original graphic novels, is still being laid out and worked on and we won’t see the fruit from that labor for many more months.

What is likely happening is the shift to whatever is launching after Dark Nights: Death Metal ends. The event has DC’s superheroes dealing with their latest “crisis” and now in all three issues statement about recreating the multiverse have been made. It’s likely numerous new titles will spin out of the event when it wraps up in January(ish).

We won’t likely know exactly what that is though for a few more months and plans can change quickly.

Preview: Teen Titans #43

Teen Titans #43

Written by: Robbie Thompson
Art by: Jesús Merino

Robin begins a hunt that leads him to the KGBeast, the same assassin who wounded and nearly killed the first Robin, Dick Grayson. Will Damian Wayne cross the line to enact brutal revenge on the Russian villain-or can the Teen Titans temper the current Robin’s rage?

Teen Titans #43

Preview: Teen Titans #42

Teen Titans #42

(W) Robbie Thompson, Eber Ferreira (A) Eduardo Pansica (CA) Bernard Chang
In Shops: Jun 24, 2020
SRP: $3.99

If there’s no more Robin and no more Mercy Hall, does that mean no more Teen Titans? With the team in tatters after their encounter with Batman, the remaining Teen Titans attempt to pick up the pieces of their lives. Is this the end of the team?

Teen Titans #42

Preview: Teen Titans #41

Teen Titans #41

(W) Adam Glass, Robbie Thompson (A) Eduardo Pansica, Julio Ferreira (CA) Bernard Chang
In Shops: May 27, 2020
SRP: $3.99

At the gates of heaven itself, the Teen Titans must battle Djinn’s older brother Elias with the fate of the world hanging in the balance! But victory comes at a terrible cost-because one of the Teen Titans won’t be making it back!

Teen Titans #41

Preview: Teen Titans #40

Teen Titans #40

(W) Adam Glass, Robbie Thompson (A) Eduardo Pansica (CA) Bernard Chang
In Shops: Mar 18, 2020
SRP: $3.99

“Djinn War” continues! Elias and his army of genies have begun their assault on heaven, and the only person capable of stopping him is his younger sister Djinn-who is currently trapped in purgatory. But Robin, Crush and the rest of the Teen Titans have a plan to bust her out-and the road to purgatory goes through hell itself. But how do you get to hell, you ask? Simple…you only have to die!

Teen Titans #40
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