Adam Glass to End Run on Teen Titans With the Djinn War, as He Has a New Netflix Show to Run

Everyone see the latest episode of The Rick And Morty Show? It's possible you may have. If so you may have some insight into DC Comics right now, as Adam Glass is quitting his current run writing the DC Comics monthly title Teen Titans because he has a new Netflix show to run. Writer and Executive Producer of The Chi, Criminal Minds, Cold Case and Supernatural, he has a new string to his IMDB listing yet to be announced, it seems.

He's had a well-received two-year run on the title but is going to be very busy very soon and looks forward to passing over the torch. The final arc is being co-written with Spider-Gwen co-creator Robbie Thompson. so what are the odds he will keep the book going – at least until 5G kicks in? We'll see. Either way, Glass is gone.

That is if course unless he has a sudden inexplicable change of heart and has the spirit of his new Netflix show stolen from inside of him. While Dan DiDio stands outside wearing sunglasses, sucking on a lollipop. You son of a bitch, I'm in. But the end (for now) begins in Teen Titans #39, out in February.

(W) Adam Glass, Robbie Thompson (A) Eduardo Pansica (CA) Bernard Chang
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.In Shops: Feb 19, 2020
SRP: $3.99

Adam Glass to End Run on Teen Titans With the Djinn War,

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