Teen Titans GO! Vol. 3: Mumbo Jumble
Juvenile: Age (years) from 6 - 8, Grade (US) from 1 - 3
JUVENILE FICTION / Comics & Graphic Novels / Superheroes
Jan 24, 2017
6.63 x 10.2 x 0.17 in | 0.49 lb
- Author Bio
As seen on the hit animated series!
TEEN TITANS GO—WILD!
Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy are more than just the coolest group of teenage superheroes in Jump City—they’re the Teen Titans! And everyone’s favorite pizza-loving super-team is always ready for the next awesome adventure…
The Titans will go head-to-mouth with a pair of robotic teeth controlled by an alien virus, help cure Starfire’s super gross super-powered Tamaranean flu and face off against Teen Titans East in an epic baseball game. Plus, will they be able to sneak the Batmobile out for a road trip before the World’s Greatest Detective catches them? What wishes will be granted when the team gets a fairy godmother? And finally, the Teen Titans battle the most villainous villain they’ve ever faced—reality TV producers!
The Teen Titans are ready for action in their latest all-ages exploits in Teen Titans Go! Vol. 3: Mumbo Jumble, from writers Sholly Fisch (The All-New Batman: The Brave and The Bold), Merrill Hagan (The Astonishing Spider-Man) and Derek Fridolfs (Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?), artists Lea Hernandez (Killer Princesses) and Marcelo DiChiara (Smallville Season 11) and more!
Marketing: In-Book Advertising and National Print and Online Advertising: Facebook, Good Reads, Library Journal, Shelf Awareness
Promotion on dccomics.com, goodreads.com
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Feature in the DC Comics monthly newsletter
Publicity: National Media Campaign including National Public Radio and National print features and review coverage.
Extensive online support including EW, USA TODAY, PopMatters, Ain’t It Cool News, IGN, CBR, Comicvine, Newsarama, and various comic book blogs and pop culture sites.
Praise for Teen Titans Go! television show:
"DC Nation revamps the beloved Teen Titans series for a new generation -- with pretty fun results." --IGN