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Preview: Teen Titans #27

Teen Titans #27

(W) Adam Glass (A) Bernard Chang (CA) Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith
RATED T
In Shops: Feb 20, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Every Teen Titan has a secret-and they all come spilling out here! As Djinn helps Robin recover from his injuries after a brutal showdown with Red Hood, she tells him all about her dark past, revealing some unsettling truths about herself. Meanwhile, Red Arrow helps Crush find a new sense of purpose, and Roundhouse reveals the tragic story of how he got his powers!

Teen Titans #27

Preview: Teen Titans Annual #1

Teen Titans Annual #1

(W) Adam Glass (A) Ryan Benjamin (CA) Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith
In Shops: Jan 30, 2019
SRP: $4.99

Betrayed by the Red Hood, Damian hunts down Jason Todd and vows vengeance-or death! Meanwhile, Djinn and the rest of the Titans battle one of the Other’s closest allies-Joy Stick! (Making his DCU debut from the Teen Titans Go! universe.) But when Control Freak learns all of Djinn’s most dangerous secrets, Djinn will do anything to keep the Teen Titans from finding out the truth!

Teen Titans Annual #1

Preview: Teen Titans #26

Teen Titans #26

(W) Adam Glass (A) Bernard Chang (CA) Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith
In Shops: Jan 23, 2019
SRP: $3.99

The Teen Titans plot the ultimate break-in-the Batcave! But Batman’s security is no joke, and the Titans will need to work together to get past it without alerting the Dark Knight himself. What’s so important to Damian that he’d betray his father this way?

Teen Titans #26

Preview: Teen Titans #25

Teen Titans #25

(W) Adam Glass (A) Max Dunbar (A/CA) Robson Rocha
In Shops: Dec 19, 2018
SRP: $4.99

Learn the secret origin of Crush, daughter of Lobo! When Crush drags Djinn along on a road trip to find an important item from her past, the two get into hijinks that’d make Thelma and Louise jealous. Crush is on the hunt for Obelus, the mysterious alien chain that once protected her as a child, but here’s the kicker-it’s in the possession of a man named Ezekiel, who killed Crush’s adoptive human parents! Plus, in the backup story, learn how Roundhouse got home from space in TEEN TITANS #21!

Teen Titans #25

Preview: Teen Titans #24

Teen Titans #24

(W) Adam Glass (A/CA) Bernard Chang
In Shops: Nov 21, 2018
SRP: $3.99

The Teen Titans bring the house down in this issue-and it just might crush them to death! Set up by the mysterious villain known as the Other, the Teen Titans find themselves trapped beneath a crumbling building. The only thing between them and a dirt nap: Crush’s bench-pressing the entire complex. But how long can she hold out? The Titans race the clock against gravity, muscle fatigue and getting squashed like a bug. Plus, Damian’s secret mentor is revealed, and Robin realizes there’s a traitor in their midst!

Around the Tubes

The weekend is almost here! What geeky things will you all be up to? Sound off in the comments below! While you wait for the week day to end and weekend to begin, here’s some comic news from around the web.

iO9 – The Original Animated Teen Titans Will Return for Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans – Well ok then! We’re in!

GeekTyrant – Matthew Broderick Joins Netflix’s Adaptation of the Zombie Graphic Novel Daybreak – Interesting. Might have to check the graphic novel out.

Hollywood Reporter – ‘Short Term 12’ Director to Adapt Scott McCloud’s ‘The Sculptor’ Graphic Novel (Exclusive) – Nice!

The Beat – Cowabunga! Ninja Turtles Invade Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade! – Radical!

Preview: Teen Titans #23

Teen Titans #23

(W) Adam Glass (A) Bernard Chang (CA) Nick Derington
In Shops: Oct 17, 2018
SRP: $3.99

The Teen Titans head to Gotham City, where they must thwart a plot to assassinate Commissioner Gordon! So who is the mysterious figure giving Robin his intel, and how does he know so much? Speaking of Robin, is he developing real feelings for the magical Djinn, or is he falling under the spell of her mystical ring? Meanwhile, more secrets come to light and more drama unfolds, putting Kid Flash and Red Arrow at odds!

Exclusive Preview: Teen Titans #22

Teen Titans #22

Written by: Adam Glass
Art by: Bernard Chang
Cover by: Nick Derington
Variant cover by: Alex Garner
U.S. Price: $3.99
On Sale Date: September 19, 2018

The team’s dealing with an unexpected loss, but there’s little time to grieve. They must travel to Keystone City, where Golden Glider and Swerve plan to pull a heist at a children’s hospital. (That’s a new low, even for some Rogues!) There’s also plenty of drama to go around, as Kid Flash mulls quitting after his clash with Red Arrow, and Damian’s harboring a new, secret mentor, all while his secret prison’s about to blow up in his face.

Preview: Teen Titans #21

Teen Titans #21

(W) Adam Glass (A/CA) Bernard Chang
In Shops: Aug 22, 2018
SRP: $3.99

Next up on the Teen Titans’ target list is none other than longtime antagonist Gizmo, whose neighborhood toy store secretly serves as a front for his arms-dealing business. (You can get a Nerf blaster and a rail gun? Cool!) But this whole escapade is about to blow up in their faces when they find Gizmo strapped to an atomic bomb that’s about to go off-right in the middle of New York City. And it’s rush hour to boot? Nice knowing you, Big Apple!

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

Each week our contributors choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.

The Amazing Spider-Man #4 (Marvel) – So far so good in this Nick Spencer helmed comic which is already showing a different voice from the Spider-Man of the past few years. We’ve been surprised so far and this is one that has exceeded our expectations.

Aphrodite V #2 (Image Comics/Top Cow Productions) – The first issue was an interesting an entertaining take on the character. With a new setting and new characters, and a little mix of real world issues, this is one we’ve got our eye on.

Batman: King of Fear #1 (DC Comics) – There’s a lot of Batman out there but the return of artist Kelley Jones has us excited for this six-issue miniseries.

Black Panther #3 (Marvel) – It shouldn’t work but it totally does. Give us this revolution in space take on the classic Black Panther.

Cold Spots #1 (Image Comics) – A new horror series from Cullen Bunn with art by Mark Torres. That’s all you need to know.

Die!Die!Die! #2 (Image Comics/Skybound Entertainment) – The first issue was pure over the top violence and insanity. We’re in to see if the second can deliver just as much.

Double Jumpers: Full Circle Jerks #1 (Action Lab: Danger Zone) – The first volume was some 8-bit geeky fun and we’re hopeful the second can deliver on that again.

Justice League Dark #2 (DC Comics) – The team is an interesting one and this series in an issue has stood out from the rest of the Justice League comics. A focus on horror/magic is part of that but it’s the team and their personalities that’s selling this one.

Life of Captain Marvel #2 (Marvel) – Is it tweaking what we know about the character? Yes. Do we care? No, especially when the first issue was so good.

Planet of the Apes: Visionaries (BOOM! Studios) – It’s Rod Serling’s unused take on the classic property and it’ll get you to rethink the original.

The Punisher #1 (Marvel) – This feels like a getting back to basics for the character and we’re excited for that.

Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #23 (Marvel) – This continues to be Indiana Jones in space with a character whose attitude rivals Han Solo. Always fun and always entertaining.

Teen Titans #21 (DC Comics) – It’s a new team with a new attitude and the first issue was fantastic with a hell of a twist ending and we want to see where that goes.

West Coast Avengers #1 (Marvel) – This line up of characters has us sold.

Wonder Woman #53 (DC Comics) – Steve Orlando taking on Wonder Woman? Yes please!

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