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The Teen Titans are a team appearing in various DC Comics media. You may be looking for:


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Pre-Crisis

Post-Crisis Era

  • New Teen Titans (1984-1996): Was renamed to The New Titans from Issue #50 onwards. The title ran for 131 issues, 11 Annuals and 1 Special, and written by Marv Wolfman for the majority of the run.
  • Team Titans (1992-1994): Spinning out of Titans Hunt, Team Titans focused on a ragtag team of teenagers from the dystopian future ruled by Lord Chaos who traveled back into the past in order to save it. The run ended with a tie-in to the Zero Hour event where it was revealed that their leader in the future was the villainous Extant. While his plan was thwarted, the correction of the timeline erased the team out of existence. Ran for 24 issues and two Annuals, it was written by Marv Wolfman from issues #1-11 with Phil Jimenez penning the rest of the run.
  • Young Justice (1988-2003): Launching out of the Fifth Week Event tie-in Girlfrenzy: Young Justice The Secret and the JLA mini-series World Without Grown-Ups, the team acted as the successor for the unpopular Post-Zero Hour Teen Titans run. Written by Peter David and Illustrated by Todd Nuack, the series ran for 56 issues (includes a DC One Million tie-in) and 9 specials. The run was cancelled alongside Titans in the Graduation Day event.
  • Titans: An ongoing run that lasted from 1999 to 2003, which covered the immediate aftermath of JLA/Titans: The Technis Imperative.
    • Beast Boy: A four-issue spin-off limited series published in 2000. It follows the story of Gar and Bette Kane/Flamebird on a journey of discovery. Written by Geoff Johns.
  • Outsiders Vol 3 (2003-2007): The sucessor to the Titans book. Ran for 50 issues, 1 Annual and 2 Special Origins.
  • Teen Titans Vol 3 (2003-2011): The successor to Comic Book/Young Justice. Ran for 100 issues, 2 Annuals and 7 Specials.

Post-Flashpoint

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