"Just to add to the Reprint Clock:Titans Giant:Teen Titans: The 1977 Bob Rozakis/Don Heck Titans East/West teamup lasted 3 issues, from issue 50-52. Then the series wrapped up with a secret origin of the team in 53. So we're likely four and done…"
"I'm not a lawyer, but I think digitally would do it. But I don't know for sure. Also, with those titles, we're actually talking about trademark, not copyright. Mystery In Space is a trademarked title, but the stories that appear…"
"I'd love to see more of them too, Lee.As for Strange Adventures, that's one title that won't need a copyright renewal -- there's a new 12-issue series starring Adam Strange and Mr. Terrific coming out this month."
"WOW! Thanks Rob.
DC has a lot more sci-fi based features in its long history. While I can understand them going for the more commercial properties in the special, hopefully this is the start of a new revival for the genre.
Given the recent trend in…"
"Lee, I went to Walmart yesterday and found all of this month's issues there: From Beyond the Unknown, Titans 1, Superman 2, and Aquaman 3.
Also: The reprints in Unknown are entirely pre-crisis. There's the Superman Adam Strange teamup…"
"My understanding is that while DC's deal is with Walmart, the comics are supplied via a third-party distributor (or distributors) that handles their Pokemon, Magic the Gathering, sports cards, etc -- basically, all the things you find on…"
"For what it's worth, the first issue of the new Titans series was at my local Walmart today.
That makes two continuous weeks (with Crisis #2 last week) of single new issues.
Makes one wonder what (if anything) is going on.
My personal guess:…"
"There’s oddness in the Giants section of DC’s solicitations again this month, although I guess we should be thankful that there IS a Giants section at all. Anyway, it lists Aquaman Giant 4, Superman Giant 3, and Titans Giant 2... but…"
"And Bleeding Cool has the answers as to what's being published!There's "History Lessons," a 16-page story written by Phil Hester with art by Scott Koblish with Tom Grummett, and also “Normal,’ an 8-page story…"
"“…the girl who plays Randall and Kate's adopted daughter Deja is a winner.”
Agreed. One particular (fairly recent) scene stands out for me: the one where they’re in the park, lying on the grass. She wants to trust him,…"
"We've got a Titans cover! No interior details yet. But from the cover, it looks like we have a new Raven story, and I suspect the "No Escape for Beast Boy story is new too, since the Previews covers are new, and usually feature the…"
""Well, since you have seen it, yes, Beth and Randall ARE together in the future."
Okay, I do remember the scenes you describe. I guess I wasn't clear at which point in the future each occurred. I guess I can stop waiting for them to…"
"Well, since you have seen it, yes, Beth and Randall ARE together in the future.
The flash forward was originally presented while their marriage was in dire straits. They were both worn out from commuting into Philadelphia and juggling their…"
"“I don't know how caught up you are, but let's just say that part of that flash forward was a bit of a fake-out.”
We’ve seen every episode (except last night’s) as originally broadcast, once. The details are…"
Cap, a slight correction to your "Reprint Wishes" in CBG #1680. It was the Armorines that wore "Iron Man-type armor." The bodies of the H.A.R.D. Corps members were implanted with technology that would allow them to utilize one Harbinger power (such as strength or invulnerability) at a time. H.A.R.D. Corps #4 was my first Valiant book.