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Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Teen Titans #1 Out TODAY!

Norm and Scott will be signing this evening in LALA land. With Flash writer and colorist Brian Bucellato.
Head on over I believe there may be a new Flash issue this week as well. I haven't heard much about it;P

Wednesday, September 28
Meet Teen Titans’ Scott Lobdell and Norm Rapmund and The Flash’s Brian Buccellato
5:30 to 7:30
The Comic Bug
1807 Manhattan Beach Blvd.
Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
(310) 372-6704
Original Art from Teen Titans #1 will be on display (so that's why I only got issue 2 art back.)

Have fun, I sent Norm some signed issue one so I want to see a bloody, bloody battle for them. Maybe in the form of a raffle.

Starting issue 5 today!




Brian said...

I'm still not fond of the costumes, but I really dig the art on a whole. Also not overly fond of the amount "rebooting" that went into a lot of my favorite characters here, but the story worked for me.

Still want WALLY more than this, though. ;)

Rogue said...

Congrats to you and Scott on the first issue. Totally worth the wait!!

heffison said...

I've seen a lot of comments around the web from people who weren't sure about the artwork going in, but now they're sold. Sounds like you knew what you were doing after all. :) Congratulations on the success of your book.

So, are we going to get a review of Terra Nova?

Brett said...

Glad you liked it Brian. Would love to get ahold of Wally, hopefully after TT:)

Thanks Rogue!



I don't know if I'll have the strength to relive Terra Nova... really bad doesn't quite say it all. There just wasn't anything original about the story. And those 'Slashers' , they need to cut down on the junk food. Maybe if my headache goes away I'll write something up, just to piss of Andrew, he liked it!



David said...

I can't...I don't...It does...when did...isn't that...


There's only one way this book didn't live up to ALL my expectations: it wasn't 60 pages long. This was so much FUN to read. I'm really excited to see where it goes, and to see what you all have planned for these characters.

Oh, and I LOVED BART. For my favorite DC character, this book was so awesome. He was SO FUNNY. And you made him look great, as I've told you countless times. Again, I love the little chin fuzz too, it's makes him that much funnier, to me.

Finally, I have to say (something Scott pointed out to me while he signed my issue) that I think it's HILARIOUS that an X-Men writer for years decided to put a mansion fire in Westchester, NY. :P
(Did I blow your minds?)

I have Scott's STUNNING drawing of Bunker here on my wall, and I'll be posting it soon to this blog, I think. :D


Brett said...

LOL! Hi David!

Yeah I think oversized might have been a way to go to get everyone in there. It's amazing how much into you loose with just 2 pages!

Yeah, Scott lied to us about that. He said MISSION in the plot, or I would have put some X stuff in the background;)

Send it over any I'll post it!