Taking Flight, Episode 5 (My Life as a Teen Titan, Part Thirty-Four)

The fifth episode of “Taking Flight” looks at the stories immediately following “The Judas Contract” from Tales of the Teen Titans #45-47, and “The Trial of the Terminator” from Tales of the Teen Titans #53-55. Also included is a glance at “Secret Origins” #13, which features the final “pre-Crisis” version of the origin of Nightwing.

Get it from, iTunes, takingflight.podomatic.com or listen here: Taking Flight, Episode 5

Another episode will air next week.  Until then, some scans …

Next Up:  The post-Crisis introduction and origin of the second Robin, Jason Todd.

 

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One comment

  1. In the 90s some teen dramas like Beverly Hills 90210 and Dawson’s Creek had an enormous (and deeply deserved) success: this led to the creation of comics about young superheroes who were facing not only this villain or that, but also their youth problems. The best one definitely was Generation X, in my opinion: that marvellous comic book closed in 2001, and since then every similar title didn’t last more than a few years. Unfortunately, it seems that teen-drama-like comics are not a big thing anymore. The only one still surviving is exactly Teen Titans, as far as I know – and, as chance would have it, the writer of Teen Titans is the creator of Generation X, Scott Lobdell. He’s simply born to write this particular genre of comics.

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