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Comic review: Tiny Titans #50

Tiny Titans #50 Written by: Art Baltazar and Franco Art by: Art Baltazar As surprising as it may be, this is the final issue of “Tiny Titans.” It’s had a quite fun run, and the final issue of this title is another enjoyable installment (and series wrap-up). (Yes, SPOILERS.) The plot is a typical Tiny Titans romp: Beast Boy’s crush on Terra and attempts to impress her; Robin and Cyborg discuss with Alfred about whatever happened to “that kid with the crown hat [and] his…

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Tiny Titans ending, but Superman Family getting revived

As noted elsewhere (including in an earlier blog post), DC’s “Tiny Titans” ends in March, after a fifty-issue run. I, along with plenty of readers, will miss this fun title. However, the crew on “Tiny Titans,” Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani, will be working on a new all-ages title, a revival of “Superman Family,” now titled “Superman Family Adventures.” (Comic Book Resources has more about this title.) The new title will feature the usual modern Superman supporting cast. Superman, as shown in the picture to…

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Comic review: Tiny Titans #38

Tiny Titans #38 Written by: Art Baltazar and Franco Art by: Art Baltazar This issue centers around Aquaman’s youthful sidekick, Aqualad (the original Aqualad, not the current African-American one), and several misadventures he has under the sea. After meeting a young lady named “Aquagirl,” Aqualad (along with Lagoon Boy) join her underwater version of the Tiny Titans. There’s also several bits centering around the heroes’ aquatic pets (showing a few members of the underwater-Titans aren’t the brightest), and a funny sequence centered around the “Aquaman…

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Comic review: Tiny Titans #37

Tiny Titans #37 Written by: Art Baltazar and Franco Art by: Art Baltazar This month’s issue features the “Shazam Family” (or “(Captain) Marvel Family” of course, if it weren’t for Marvel Comics trademarking the use of “Marvel” on a comic book cover). The overall story features Mr. Talky Tawny, the talking tiger, serving as a substitute teacher at the Titans’ school. There’s also various jokes about how the Marvels change into their identities via their magic words, which gets Psimon involved. We also get to…

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Comic review: Tiny Titans #36

Tiny Titans #36 Written by: Art Baltazar and Franco Art by: Art Baltazar In this issue, it’s “Titans to the Center of the Earth” (as the cover proclaims), as Terra takes some of the fire-themed Tiny Titans (Hotstuff, Kid Devil) and Beast Boy (who begged to go) on a trip to the “center of the Earth” (melodramatically proclaimed). Of course, the trip proves to be different than expected, including hot dogs, strange creatures, and a cameo by Etrigan, DC’s demon who usually speaks in rhyme.…

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Archie comics reviews: Tiny Titans/Little Archie #3 (of 3), Life With Archie #5

Tiny Titans/Little Archie #3 (of 3) Written by: Art Baltazar and Franco Art by: Art Baltazar In this concluding issue of the Little Archie/Tiny Titans crossover, Sabrina finally shows up and meets Raven. They wind up using their powers to help their friends in the typical goofy manner of this series. Zatara also winds up “helping” in an amusing manner, based on an offhanded remark Little Archie makes. Other segments include more of Archie and Robin being mistaken for each other, with Mr. Lodge (apparently…

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