- Author Bio
Spinning out of the events of Justice League: No Justice, the world has changed…and according to Robin, the old ways of fighting crime aren’t cutting it anymore. So the son of Batman has decided to put together a new team of young heroes who aren’t afraid to do things differently.
There’s Kid Flash, who’s done taking orders from the older Flashes…or any adult. Red Arrow, the only person on Earth besides Robin who knows what it’s like to have a superhero for a dad and a psychotic assassin for a mom. Crush, Lobo’s daughter, who has super-strength and a serious resemblance to her dad. Djinn, an actual 4,000-year-old genie, with all the incredible power, but also all of the incredible limitations. And Roundhouse, a Viewtube superstar who built a suit that turns him into a human wrecking ball, but even that doesn’t necessarily help him grasp the seriousness of the Titans’ mission.
Together they’re on the trail of a mysterious villain known as the Other who has the Titans marked for death!
But Robin has a secret weapon he’s using to track the Other—so secret that even the other Titans don’t know about it. And if his team ever found out, the group might not be together anymore…
It’s a whole new direction for the wildest team of Teen Titans yet, from writer Adam Glass (Suicide Squad) and artist Bernard Chang (Nightwing). Collects Teen Titans Special #1 and Teen Titans #20-24.
Written by author, screenwriter and television producer Adam Glass, best known for his work on the TV series Supernatural, Cold Case and Criminal Minds and comics Suicide Squad from the New 52 series
Glass’ Suicide Squad Vol. 1: Kicked in the Teeth has sold over 110,000 copies in the book market to date
The events of No Justice spin off into several books, including Scott Snyder’s Justice League as well as this new Teen Titans series
Features known DCU characters Damian, Kid Flash and Red Arrow
Features new characters to the DCU: Crush (Lobo’s illegitimate daughter), Roundhouse and Djinn
Collects Teen Titans Special #1 and Teen Titans #20-24
Marketing: National advertising: Goodreads in-book advertising, Comic Book Resources, IGN, Newsarama
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Digital ARC will be posted January 2019
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Publicity: National Media Campaign including National Public Radio and national print features and review coverage
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Author Social Media: @AdamGlass44
“The art is beautiful.” —Comicosity
“Teen Titans is a series that’s always solid.” —CBR