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NYCC 2013: Tiny Titans to make their return

October 14th, 2013 by Julz Hendricks Comments

Breaking News! It is confirmed that there will be more Tiny Titans coming out soon!

That’s right! The adorable little Titans are back and in a big way! When you think of Art and Franco, you think of super awesome comics that all ages can enjoy. The news broke yesterday, and pretty much made my whole week! Dan Didio was not too concerned with the news getting out yet, and encouraged Art and Franco to spread the word. They happily passed on the information to us while we were getting sketches at #NYCC. I was happy to tweet it and tell the whole world! No other news is confirmed yet about the comic, but let me tell you it is going to be epic! Don’t take my word for it though; go buy it when it comes out.

Art and Franco are two of the nicest people in the comic book history. They signed and did sketches for us and all the while they were positive and upbeat and funny. Tiny Titans won the Eisner for Best series for kids twice in 2009 and 2011. It’s no wonder DC is coming back for more! No word yet on when we can expect the title to hit stores.



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At the age of 23 this girl did something she wished would have happened a long time ago, she read her first comic. She now spends every waking moment making up for the missed time. She loves all things Doctor Who, and enjoys debates about who is the better Doctor (Matt Smith). You would have a hard time finding a bigger Powerpuff girls fan, and she isn't afraid to admit it. She spends most of her free time reading comics to her two kids or talking about how awesome Superman is with her husband. She is a huge Art Baltazar and Franco fan, and advocates the buying of all their stuff! She is one of the co-hosts to Panel 2 Panel and loves every second. Follow her on Twitter where she encourages the reading of Wolverine and Hawkeye @JulzHendricks

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