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Teen Titans Recommended Reading


Teen Titans Recommended Reading

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This article is part of the DC Database Recommended Reading project, a series of articles written by our editors. They are meant as a guide to help both new and old readers, either getting into comics for the first time or looking to read more on their favorites. These should not be taken as a definitive guide, obviously you can start wherever and with whatever you want, but they're some general suggestions that we think you might find enjoyable.
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Hot sexy teenagers.

The Teen Titans are one of the primary stable team books of the DC Universe, originally starting as a group of side-kicks and later developing into their own legacy. Their humble Silver Age origins set them up as a junior version of the Justice League, although they came into their own when New Teen Titans by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez began adding new characters and developing them individually. Like anything else in the DCU, there are amazing Titans comics and there are terrible ones. They can be a powerful look at the effects of strong philosophical issues on youth in their best moments, and a shitty high school drama with tights at their worst. Regardless, they're an important structural pillar of the DCU.

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