Kotobukiya has released final images for their lovely Wonder Girl Bishoujo Statue. Pre-orders are live so get on it and grab her before she disappears. Read on for more info.
Kotobukiya just revealed a new Wonder Girl Bishoujo! Check her out below! Also take note that we will be bringing you up close images of these and more come next week! While the illustrations and sneak peeks will not have product on display, we will definitely gather more info!
New Teen Titans #38 January 1984 There's a pattern here at Reviews Of Old Comics that I try to do DC one week, Marvel the next, an Independent comic the third, and then I repeat. Unfortunately, that pattern does not always hold when I go through my comics and find something that I remember as a comic that definitely needs to be remembered for what it was, an award-worthy comic book story. SYNOPSIS: Dick Grayson, aka Robin, starts recounting an investigation case that he has taken up regarding a friend and teammate in the Teen Titans, Donna Troy, aka Wonder Girl. Her fiancé, Terry Long, has hired him to uncover Donna Troy's past before she was found by Wonder Woman.
TALES OF THE TEEN TITANS #50 February 1985 I know this column is turning into an episode of "I love the 80's" but this was my childhood and so much of that decade was just plain good comics, and for the past 15 years, it seems that Marvel and DC keep going back to the well on this era. Take the Teen Titans, for example. While they go back to the 1960's, if you ask critics about the high point of their history, you will invariably get an answer placing the Wolfman/Perez run near the top of any list. When the Teen Titans made their way into animation, the team chosen to represent them was a variation of this team, with Changeling, aka Beast Boy, Raven, Dick Grayson's Robin, Cyborg and Starfire forming a core, with the storylines for the their first animated series taking liberally from this same period. In deciding which issue from this period I wanted to review, my first instinct was to pick an issue from the Judas Contract, but given the depth of the Terra storyline, I opted not to review part of a story. Instead, I went for the culmination of a sub-plot, namely the 50th issue anniversary special, the Wedding of Donna Troy. I came close to going with "Who Is Donna Troy?" but given the mess that Crisis on Infinite Earths made with Donna Troy's origin, I instead wanted to go with a comic that was almost entirely positive.
DC Collectibles finally revealed some exciting new figures; The Teen Titans! After a week of teases we now have a full revel. Keep reading for more information and ordering instructions! We’ve reached the end and are ready to unveil what we’ve been teasing the last few day: DC COMICS — THE NEW 52 TEEN TITANS: