DC's Titans Officially Replace the Justice League With a New Series

The Titans are changing the Justice League because the premiere superhero workforce of the DC Universe in a brand new collection releasing this March.

DC introduced {that a} new collection, merely named Titans, picks up after the occasions of Dark Crisis on Infinite Earths and Nightwing #100. Tom Taylor, additionally the author of Nightwing, will write the collection whereas Nicola Scott (Wonder Woman: Historia, Earth 2) illustrates. Scott’s cowl artwork and a variant for Titans #1 by Simone Di Meo (Batman/Superman: World’s Finest, Lazarus Planet: Revenge of the Gods) reveals that the collection will star the traditional Teen Titans lineup of Nightwing, Cyborg, Starfire, Raven, the Flash, Donna Troy and Beast Boy.

From Sidekicks To Leaders

“The Dark Crisis is over and the Justice League is no more,” DC’s description of the brand new collection reads. “Now, a new team has to rise and protect the Earth…TITANS! The time has come for the Teen Titans to grow up. Each member joined as a much younger hero certain that one day they’d be invited to join the Justice League. Now they’re not just joining the League…they’re replacing it! Are the no-longer-teen heroes ready for the big leagues? Danger lurks around every corner as superheroes and supervillains alike challenge the new team before they’ve even begun. Will the DCU ever be the same?”

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The Titans’ ascension from a aspect workforce working in tandem with the Justice League to an entire League substitute marks the group’s greatest evolution since Marv Wolfman and George Perez’s work on The New Teen Titans. Still thought of the final word Titans run, Wolfman and Perez’s e book reinvented the traditional sidekick crew for a brand new period, served as considered one of DC’s prime sellers of the ’80s, and steadily drew comparisons with Marvel’s X-Men when it comes to significance and recognition.

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