Have you ever wondered what the Tiny Titans would look like without their masks? Well you’re in luck because when TINY TITANS #48 hits stores this Wednesday, you’ll finally be able to find out! See what Barbara, Miss Martian, Starfire, Blackfire, Speedy, Robin, Kid Flash and the rest of the gang look like when their faces aren’t covered by masks. But without their disguises, how will they keep their secret identities? And on top of that, see what happens when The League of Just Us Cows takes on the Secret Oranges of the Justice League!
Aww yeah, babysitting! When Bumblebee wants to earn her babysitting patch, Mrs. Atom offers to help. Together, they’ll watch the kids of the Justice League while their parents are off saving the world. But when all the kids get lost when they go on a field trip to Metropolis to buy ice cream, Bumblebee learns that getting her babysitting patch may be harder than it seemed. TINY TITANS #47 comes from the Eisner Award-winning creative team of Art Baltazar and Franco. Look for the issue in stores on Wednesday.
On November 11th, you tuned in to catch the series premiere of GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES on Cartoon Network. Tomorrow, a new chapter of the series begins with GREEN LANTERN: THE ANIMATED SERIES #0, the comic book counterpart that sets the stage for the upcoming monthly series.
Yesterday, you saw the first appearance of the mysterious woman in purple in TINY TITANS #46 and learned that she’ll be showing up in many places throughout the issue. But who is she and what is she doing? Does Raven know?
A few weeks ago, Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras’ All Access post teased at the future of the mysterious hooded figure who appeared at the end of FLASHPOINT and in all the premiere issues of DC COMICS-THE NEW 52. Well, looks like Bob wasn’t kidding when he said that this enigmatic woman would be appearing across all aspects of the DC Universe.
It’s hard to believe that it’s already October. And if you’re anything like me, October only means one thing: Halloween. But Halloween is more than just trying to pull scary pranks or get free candy from your neighbors – it’s also about getting dressed up and having fun with your family and friends.