Published ________, 1982 (Bronze Age) by Marvel Comics/DC Comics and went on sale in 1982 for $2.00 USD. This issue contains 64 pages in Color, the current NM value is $10.00 USD.
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While I haven't read Titans from this era, I am well-versed in X-Men from this time, as well as Darkseid's plots and Metron's desires, so I thought this story, where somehow Marvel and DC world's coexist, did a damn fine job of reminding me of Claremont in his prime, as each character is interesting enough to make me want to see what happens to them, and to find out what Darkseid's plot is, as he employs Deathstroke to gathering something special from the X-Men's past.The art is solid and I would enjoy revisiting this book again some years from now, hopefully with more Wolfman/Perez Titans under my belt by then.
Considering how beloved this book was and the fact that a reprint was issued in the mid-90s, I can't believe that it took me over 40 years to find my copy! Was it worth the wait? Visually- yes! But the story gets a little busy and Claremont really tries too tug too tight on the heart strings with Scott Summers in terms of the return of the Dark Phoenix. That overtly soap opera feel of the Uncanny X-Men is what put me off that series after a while and the book's ending sure does get soapy... I mean sappy.
A year's worth of story, featuring two universes, by of the industry's best in their prime, in 64 pages for $2.