Teen Titans The Bronze Age Omnibus
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Teen Titans The Bronze Age Omnibus

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The sidekicks to DC's greatest heroes--including Robin,
Aqualad, Kid Flash, Speedy and Wonder Girl--set out to make a positive
difference in the world, during a time when social change was at the forefront
of society. This series also includes the introduction of Bumblebee and Bat-Girl
(Betty Kane)! The true-life events of the 1970s are reflected in this era of
TEEN TITANS. As the Vietnam War is all over home TV sets, a peace activist in
the comic book is accidentally killed and the Teen Titans must face their roles
in the world. Collects TEEN TITANS #25-52; THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD #94,
#102, #149; BATMAN FAMILY #6 and WORLD'S FINEST COMICS #205.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 792 pages
  • 192 x 282 x 50mm | 2,319g
  • United States
  • English
  • 1401270751
  • 9781401270759
  • 410,375

About Bob Haney

Robert Kanigher has long been recognized as one of the most prolific and innovative writers and editors in the comic book industry. Since the 1940s, Kanigher wrote and/or created more characters than nearly anybody else in the field, including BATMAN, THE FLASH, BLUE BEETLE, STEEL STERLING, BLACK CANARY, WONDER WOMAN, LOIS LANE Captain Marvel, Sgt. Rock, the Haunted Tank, and innumerable war, horror, and romance scripts. Kanigher scripted the Silver Age Flash's origin story in SHOWCASE #4 and contributed several more tales to his subsequent SHOWCASE appearances before finally returning to the character for an extended run as regular writer on THE FLASH in 1970.
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