Tiny Titans, the all ages comic from Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani that ran for 50 issues before being unceremoniously canceled so DC could concentrate its efforts on courting the elusive 45 year old male demographic is apparently making a comeback. The news comes via CBR and a tweet from Franco, which simply reads:
Big news out of DC comics and @dandidio1 says so: can you say : Tiny Titans?— Franco (@awyeahfranco) October 12, 2013
It is as yet unknown whether the comic will be rebooted to feature large-breasted, extreme versions of the elementary school versions of DC Comics characters, but it's a pretty safe bet that this is what will happen, because DC. In any case, any Tiny Titans is better than no Tiny Titans; that's what we say.
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