Updated on 16 October, 2021
Titan Comics has provided comic book readers with some of the best super heroes in history. For the past thirty years, Titan has been publishing quality comic books. Titan Comics is still the house publisher that publishes some of the most popular titles for all ages and on every kind of reading level. One of Titan's greatest achievements has been the long and stellar history of ongoing comic book series. Following up on the successful hit action/adventure series, storylines featuring classic characters like the X-Men, Fantastic Four, and Spider-Man have made Titan a top choice for comics and fans of comic books everywhere.
With a history that spans decades, Titan Comics has created some of the most iconic super hero stories known to comic readers. A few of these series are Wolverine and the X-Men, Old Man's Wars, Secret Invasion, and the ongoing classic Uncanny X-Men. While many super hero stories can be successful, none has managed to reach the heights of popularity achieved by Titan. The reason why this company has enjoyed such success is simple; they have produced some of the most original and interesting super hero stories ever told. With a large amount of variety within their comic books, they have managed to maintain the popularity achieved by their predecessors while adding a modern edge to the titles.
One of the newer titles offered by Titan Comics is the ongoing prehistoric fantasy miniseries, Enix. Set thousands of years in the past, the prehistoric era features creatures like mammoth crabs, carnivorous dinosaurs, and even humans in its early years. The prehistoric era can be found in the guise of a vicious predator known as the Tyrannosaurus Rex. This massive creature lays eggs, which hatch and birth millions of baby dinosaurs each. The Dinosaurs become stronger as they gain more offspring, and reach reproductive maturity in the late age of the earth. This book continues the theme introduced in the aforementioned Titan Comics New York Times Bestseller, Old Man's Wars.
Another successful title in Titan Comics is the extremely popular 2021 AD comics run, The Titanomachian Connection. The premise behind this title is that a rift in space and time has caused an influx of "singular entities" throughout time and space. These singular entities are being summoned to Earth for a final showdown. This tie-in title offers a detailed look at what happens when these powerful singularities are summoned and fight against the humans that seek to protect themselves from the Titans.
The popular superhero television and film character, Ghost Rider, makes his first appearance in a special four-issue miniseries entitled Ghost Rider: Return of the Master. This miniseries gives a first-person perspective on Ghost Rider's past, and chronicles his struggle against the villain Johnny Blaze. Titan Comics is currently publishing the Ghost Rider tie-in series, Death Sentence, in addition to a number of other popular series, including Titan Comics New York Times Bestseller, Old Man's War, and Titan Comics: Titan of the Gods.
Writer Steve Niles took over the reins of the popular Teen Titans after DC Entertainment hired Geoff Johns as the replacement for Batman. Following the success of the team in the popular TV series, many fans are clamoring for a chance to see the acclaimed Teen Titans team live up to their massive potential on the silver screen. As such, Titan Comics is proud to present the first six issues of the new series, titled Titans, which will debut this summer.
In early November, we'll be premiering the third book in the Death Sentence series, written by Will Saldana. In this book, a serial killer named Jackal is put on trial for the attempted murder of an unborn baby girl. As the trial progresses, he finds himself changing - mentally and physically. Along with a couple of other characters from the original Teen Titans series, this new series promises to be even more interesting than its predecessors. We expect to learn more about the personalities behind some of the main characters, and introduce a plethora of new supporting cast members to round out the dynamic between the heroes and villains of the animated series.
Following up on the critical and popular success of the Death Sentence miniseries, DC has acquired the rights to publish several short stories based around the world of the DC Universe. Although these short stories were previously published in DC's monthly comic strips, it's now been revealed that they will be released in upcoming issues of Titan Comics. The first series to be launched is called "Trinity War," written by Tom Wheeler and drawn by Ramy Waddell. It's written to tell the story between the three main characters - Green Lantern, Steel Warrior, and Supergirl - who must work together in order to defeat the villains. It's expected to be one of the best selling short story miniseries in the new year, so if you're looking for a great summer read, this is the series for you.