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Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #6 sees the Titans get the treehouse and Slade and Darkseid show up! Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #6 sees the Titans get the treehouse and Slade and Darkseid show up! TINY TITANS: RETURN TO THE TREEHOUSE #6 Writers: Art Baltazar and Franco Artist: Art Baltzar Editor: Alex Antone Publisher: DC Comics Cover Price: $2.99 Previously on Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #5: Just when all hope of finding a new treehouse is lost, the girls travel to Paradise Island! Oh, what a wonderful place it is! But where are all the

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Art Appreciation Moment of the DayDCGene GonzalesMary Marvel

We have Gene Gonzales on our daily feed, so we get to see fantastic art all the time. Thought it was time to share some of his new stuff with you – and specifically Mary Marvel.

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BatmanCountdownDCMary MarvelPaul DiniReview

You would think a mud bath would be good for you It was one of those weeks, where I was flooded with too many things on my plate (meetings, preparing for classes, meetings, writing for various blogs, meetings), and I didn’t even have time to sit down and read the latest issue of Countdown until Sunday evening. Mary Marvel continues to kick it in Gotham, the hunt for Ray Palmer kicks off, and what do you do when you find yourself at 30,000 feet without a parachute?

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Black AdamCountdownDCMary MarvelPaul DiniReview

Bricks in the Wall Ok everyone, here it is, the issue that has caused more controversy than Perry White knowing the Red Hood is Jason Todd. It’s a week we see Mary get her powers back, Jimmy needs to open his eyes, and the Monitors go all Sparta.

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DCMary Marvel

Jerry Ordway, one of the creators of Mary Marvel, doesn’t think too highly of what DC is doing with the character. As to the dark Mary Marvel– it’s just playing into a few fans’ hands. Whether it turns out well or not will play out in Countdown. I have 3 kids who like different stuff, and variety makes the world go round, but I do steer them clear of most of the mainstream comics. They can read what they want when they are older, but I have introduced them to appropriate material first. But having every comic book feature dark,

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