Art Baltazar, Franco and Christopher Jones hosted a panel at C2E2 focusing on DC's lineup of comics for kids. All things kids comics were discussed, and even a new title was announced which sounded super.
The show started off with the usual introductions, then a showing off of DC's Free Comic Book Super Sampler. This sampler will feature Green Lantern: The Animated Series, Young Justice, and Superman Family Adventures. Yes, I said Superman Family Adventures. A tiny bit more on that later.
In May there will be a DC Nation Super Spectacular Magazine, which will have content from the DC Nation Cartoon Network block of shows.
The Young Justice comic is said to be tightly coordinated with the TV show. After he current Atlantis storyline is done, you'll see Gorilla City. Upcoming issues will have some familiar adults making appearances: Flash, Green Arrow, and Batman.
Baltazar said that they tried to add a new character in each issue of Tiny Titans (RIP) to make things fun. Sure to be a crowd pleaser, Baltazar mentioned that Tiny Titans was set in Chicago. Speaking of the Tiny Titans...
Tiny Titans will appear in Superman Family Adventures, a new DC Kids title by the same team that brought you Tiny Titans. The Tiny Titans will show up in iissue #2, but they will look different. Fuzzy the Krypto Mouse will also make an appearance.
The audience was said to be full of kids. Lots of talk of super pets during the Q&A including requests for more pets in Young Justice and talk of Bat-Cow.
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Source: DC Blog C2E2 2012: DC Comics for Kids!
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