Robbie Thompson Joins Teen Titans Creative Team as Co-Writer for Djinn War

Since 2015, writer Robbie Thompson has been a major force at Marvel Comics, most recently writing Spider-Man/Deadpool, Meet the Skrulls, and multiple Star Wars comics such as Target Vader. He’s done some DC work in the past, such as backup stories in Human Target at Vertigo in 2010, the Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern crossover in 2017, and has an upcoming story in the Secrets of Sinister House special next month. But starting in February, Thompson will begin his first ongoing DC Comics work as co-writer of Teen Titans alongside Adam Glass, beginning with Teen Titans #39. The issue also adds new artist Eduardo Panisca to the team.

Teen Titans #39 begins a new storyline called The Djinn War which sees Djinn trapper insider her ring while the Teen Titans look to her older brother Elias to save her… but whose side will he be on?

Check out the solicit for Teen Titans #39 below and the full DC February solicitations here.

TEEN TITANS #39
written by ADAM GLASS and ROBBIE THOMPSON
art by EDUARDO PANSICA
cover by BERNARD CHANG
variant cover by KHARY RANDOLPH
The “Djinn War” has begun! Adam Glass is joined by new co-writer Robbie Thompson (Spider-Man/Deadpool, Spidey, Meet the Skrulls) and new artist Eduardo Pansica (Supergirl) for the Teen Titans’ next thrilling adventure! Trapped in her ring with no escape, Djinn finds herself on the inside looking out as the Teen Titans go hunting for Djinn’s older brother Elias, the only one capable of saving her. But Elias’s dark side is the stuff of legends…and the Teen Titans know he can’t be trusted. With Deathstroke, Lobo, and the Other in their rearview mirror…this team is about to go on their most dangerous mission yet.
ON SALE 02.19.20
$3.99 US | 32 PAGES
FC | DC
This issue will ship with two covers.
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Robbie Thompson Joins Teen Titans Creative Team as Co-Writer for Djinn War

Robbie Thompson Joins Teen Titans Creative Team as Co-Writer for Djinn War

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