Updated on 16 October, 2021
One of the most loved animated television shows of recent years is the Teen Titans cartoon show. It's been a long time coming, but here we are. It's time for Teen Titans to meet the evil villain Deathstroke. Don't miss out on all the excitement when these two heroes team up for an all new adventure. Find out who becomes the leader of the Teen Titans when the new series kicks off!
"Titans (art work) - Part One" (July 2021) - As the new teen titans make their way into the DC Universe, they're joined by some new additions. The first is an all new Batgirl and Robin costume designed by Greg Berlanti. She's also sporting a new wristband that says: "I'm a bad guy, but I'm good with kids." In this first issue, we'll meet some of the new villains that have made their debut.
"Titans (art work) - Part Two" (Dec 2021) - The second part of the latest Teen Titans story sees the team taking on yet another threat. This time, it's the villain Deathstroke. The evil sniper has been hired by the King of Steel to kill all of the Teen Titans. In this second issue, we'll find out why he wants to rid the world of super heroes. Plus, we'll get a taste of some of the best art work from Greg Berlanti and others.
"Titans (art work) - Part Three" (Dec. 2021) - A three part animated series premiere, this third season of the popular Teen Titans show takes us back to the early days of the team. It introduces a new villain and a few new characters. It focuses on the relationship between the adult versions of the team members.
"Titans (art work) - Part Four" (Dec. 2021) - This issue provides a look at the future of the Teen Titans. Following the death of the original Titans, they undergo a rebirth as the Teen Titans Force. Some exciting events are set in motion as the team becomes bonded to each other and learn how to use their powers for good.
"Titans (art work) - Part Five" (Dec. 2021) - Following the events of "Titans: Birthright," the Teen Titans must deal with an impending threat from an alternate dimension. An ancient artifact called the Star Gate leads an army of Parademon warriors to earth. As the team battles this army of dark creatures, the evil android, Doctor Deathstone tries to steal the powerful Amulet of Eternity. This storyline will conclude the second season of the animated series.
"Titans: New Kids on the Street" (Dec. 2021) - The third season of the animated series introduces a new generation of characters including Riverdale's most beloved teen, Jason Todd. This story focuses on the lives of three new teenagers who are in a reformatory after being accused of attacking other kids. The dynamic teen characters begin to discover the pleasures and pains of growing up. The animated series is full of adventure and humor.
"Titans: New Kids on the Street" was one of the first Teen Titans storylines to receive an animated TV show commitment. It introduced some new supporting characters as well as delving into the long-awaited story arc. The storyline is an excellent example of how an animated comic book should start. A Teen Titans comic book is the perfect jumping off point for young readers who want to see more of the dynamic Teen Titans as their favorite heroes continue to battle villains.
"Titans: The New Kid on the Street" (Dec. 2021) - The fourth season of the Teen Titans animated series premiered on Fox Network. It features more of the classic Teen Titans characters, with appearances by guest stars like Jason Todd, Rachael Leigh Cook, Greg Ross, and many more. The story focuses on the rift between Batman and Superman due to the mysterious death of their friend and son, Jon Kent. In this short story, the Titans must learn to work together after losing a member and deal with a new villain.
"Titans: The New Kid on the Street" (Dec. 2021) - Following up on the first Teen Titans: The New Kid on the Street special, a new live action pilot called "Titans: The New Kid on the Street" revolves around a group of young superheroes who were raised by the public eye and have come to live among the Titans. Starring Darryl Youngerman, Kevin Dunn, and Aymeric Capra, "Titans: The New Kid on the Street" follows the life ofhire young Harvey Whitestone (Dunn), who becomes the center of attention for a team of Teen Titans when he adopts a young boy named Ted. The show will also feature Arthur Curry and newcomer Summer Glau.
"Starfire: The Adventures of Harley Dawe" (Dec. - March 2021) - With "Titans: The New Kid on the Street," the last season of the popular animated series gets a comic book spin-off. "Starfire" is written by Tom Wheeler and drawn by Tim Seeley. The title character is a teen witch and student of the powerful psychic, Pandora. A resident of Paradise Island, Starfire has a dark, complicated past that connects her to other powerful forces.