- By Marv Wolfman George Pérez Curt Swan Romeo Tanghal Various

The New Teen Titans Omnibus, Vol. 1

  • Title: The New Teen Titans Omnibus, Vol. 1
  • Author: Marv Wolfman George Pérez Curt Swan Romeo Tanghal Various
  • ISBN: 9781401231088
  • Page: 217
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The New Teen Titans Omnibus Vol The first issues of the groundbreaking s NEW TEEN TITANS is now collected in a handsome omnibus edition In writer Marv Wolfman and artist George Perez introduced a timeless team including

    The first 16 issues of the groundbreaking 1980s NEW TEEN TITANS is now collected in a handsome omnibus edition.In 1980, writer Marv Wolfman and artist George Perez introduced a timeless team including Robin, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl, Cyborg, Changeling, Raven and Starfire young heroes with great powers and strong personalities who learned their way in the world through theThe first 16 issues of the groundbreaking 1980s NEW TEEN TITANS is now collected in a handsome omnibus edition.In 1980, writer Marv Wolfman and artist George Perez introduced a timeless team including Robin, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl, Cyborg, Changeling, Raven and Starfire young heroes with great powers and strong personalities who learned their way in the world through the strength of their friendship and the adventures they shared Don t miss the first appearances of some of the team s biggest foes including Deathstroke and Trigon, as well as a confrontation with the Justice League of America and Doom Patrol foes The Brotherhood of Evil.

    1 thought on “The New Teen Titans Omnibus, Vol. 1

    1. Definitely a masterpiece run in comic book history.This Hardcover Omnibus edition collects "DC Comics Presents" #26, "New Teen Titans" #1-16 and "Tales of New Teen Titans" #1-4.Creative Team:Writer: Marv WolfmanIllustrator: George PerezMY FIRST CONTACT WITH THISWhen I was a kid, here, in Costa Rica, the comic books came from Mexico, from a publishing house called "Editorial Novaro", that so far I know, it's not in business anymore.They translated the DC Comics issues to Spanish and because of th [...]

    2. This is a really enjoyable collection of the first third of Marv Wolfman and George Perez's run on New Teen Titans. First off, let me talk for a moment about the art. Perez's art looks great on the slightly larger pages of this omnibus format. While not as detailed as his art today, it is still a lot of fun to look at.I own quite a few of the "omnibus" books in my collection, and there are ones that can be read in one sitting. Those don't really feel like a omnibus. This one is not one of those. [...]

    3. First off the art is beautiful, and so are Starfire and Wonder Girl! The development of the 6 central characters is well done overall, although some of Raven;s and Beast-Boys moments seem to grate. This volume seems to lay the foundations for the extremely well-regarded 50-odd issues to follow. Volume 1 is not essential,but nonetheless a worthy intro to the revamped Titans.

    4. Awesome collection!! To me, this was the best era for the Teen Titans and this omnibus is what starts it all. I'm really hoping for more volumes!!

    5. Reseña de Luis Javier Capote Pérez para Zona Negativa:zonanegativa/los-nuevo2010 ha sido, sin duda alguna, un año particularmente bueno para los seguidores de George Pérez en España. A través de un formato u otro, tanto Panini como Planeta DeAgostini han brindado a la afición al artista estadounidense la oportunidad de recuperar o de conocer su trabajo en series como Los Vengadores o La Liga de la Justicia de América. Reeditados hasta la saciedad o inéditos, los trabajos antiguos de est [...]

    6. I loved the Teen Titans cartoon series so I had been meaning to bone up on the stories that inspired that show. I must say I wasunderwhelmed. I think it is more about my feelings toward comic books in general, not just this series but I just never felt as strong a connection to the characters on these pages as I did to the ones on the screen. Beast Boy is my favorite super hero. Ever. And after reading this seriesI can't believe they kept him around. He was just plain annoying. They tried to mak [...]

    7. Where to begin?To start this book is astonishing for a number of reasons, but at the same time it was a little dissapointing too.When people talk about The Teen Titans, the first thing that comes to most people's minds (at least those with knowledge of comics) is the Wolfman/Perez era. The stories that were told during this time have pretty much created a foundation for these characters as solid as anything.For years since, other writers have tried time and time again to rehash these story lines [...]

    8. Por quê.Antes, durante o ano de 1997, alguns números de os Novos Titãs caíram em minhas mãos. Na época, tinha lido muito pouco [e da parte ruim, posso afirmar em perspectiva], mas guardava em grande estima, os X-Men de Chris Claremont. Achei a revista dos Titãs em um sebo, que servia de ambiente de teste para uma experiência científica que buscava averiguar quantos ÁCAROS um ser humano consegue absorver antes de entrar em colapso. Por conhecer o evidente paralelo entre as duas coisas [ [...]

    9. As a life long comic book fan, I can honestly say this is some of the best superhero material I have ever read. All of the New Teen Titans are interesting and well characterized despite the occasionally over-written dialogue that was fairly standard at the time. This is a fabulous introduction to characters like Raven, Starfire and Cyborg, as well as a pivital turning point for characters like Dick Grayson and Wally West who would escape the shadows of their respective mentors and become far mor [...]

    10. There were two great team comics in the early 1980's. One was Marvel's Uncanny X-Men, the other was the Teen Titans. Written by Marv Wolfman, illustrated by the incomparable George Perez, this was a fun and great comic that brought the Teen titans up to speed. Along with original titans, Robin, Kid Flash and Wonder Girl, the additions of Raven, Changeling and Starfire, made for a great team. This is an excellent comic with a high re-readability factor.

    11. Raccoglie i primi 16 numeri della serie di Wolfman e Perez, che in Italia furono pubblicati sul mensile American Heroes. Sono grandi storie, ancora oggi, dopo quasi 30 anni reggono bene e possono fare scuola per quello che riguarda l'interazione tra personaggi adolescenti e post adolescenti in un universo fittizio come quello DC.Davvero una lettura che merita.Unico difetto una certa verbosità tipica dell'epoca, troppe didascalie insomma.

    12. Superheroes aren't really my thing, and while I'm of the prime age to have been reading NTT when they came out, I didn't. Until now. So maybe being older has tainted the magic or ennui of it. Or maybe it that I still don't care to read about super heroes. It all seemed very 80s to me. So take it or leave it.

    13. Thirty-plus years after reading these stories I finished reading the first couple of years of story and found them to be as enjoyable now as I did then. Highlights for me include issues 8, 13-15, and the Tales of the New Teen Titans miniseries.

    14. This book is dense. Not only are the issues contained in this volume 26 pages long (that's 4 more pages than a standard modern issue), but each page typically contains 7-9 panels chocked full of word balloons (vs. the 1-5 you see in a modern issue). These Titans have a lot to say.

    15. Genial reedición de los geniales Titanes de los geniales Wolfman y Pérez en una edición grandota y rendidora de Planeta que extrañamente ECC nunca continuó ni reeditió

    16. Holds up very well. Great art and entertaining stories. A favorite is "The Brotherhood of Evil lives again."

    17. Haven't read these stories in decades. Forgot how good the writing was and the art by George Perez is fabulous. A very nice treat.

    18. When you think the Teens cannot be revived, Wolfman and Perez to the rescue and what a magnificent rescue it is.❤️❤️

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