Tiny Titans cancelled

I’ll be blasted.

This has probably been the comic I always looked forward to the most every month. Yes, just an all-ages comic, but as I’ve said over and over, a lot of the very best comics out there are all-ages comics. They’re fun, accessible, and exciting for readers of any age. And we’re losing one of the best ones in March.

Just four issues left. But at least it’ll make it to #50. Plenty of comics don’t even get that much of a chance.

Kudos to Art Baltazar and Franco for putting out so many wonderful, cute, hilarious, beautifully created issues. And if the rest of y’all haven’t been picking this up, you’d really better go looking for the trade paperbacks.

Baltazar and Franco will be working on a new kids series called “Superman Family Adventures,” so we’ll at least get some of their comics work in the future.

Still, I’m going to be in mourning for this comic for a while. Heck, I’ll be in mourning on behalf of comics everywhere. It’s so depressing to see awesome comics get cancelled.

5 Comments

  1. Interview: Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani « Good Comics for Kids Said,

    December 15, 2011 @ 4:23 am

    [...] that Tiny Titans just got cancelled, eh? But all is not lost! The team has announced new series called Superman Family [...]

  2. MOCK! Said,

    December 18, 2011 @ 10:53 am

    With the Superman announcement, this was met with a good news/bad news sort of vibe in our house.

  3. Buryak Said,

    December 21, 2011 @ 6:20 am

    Just because of you, as I’ve been following your reviews on things for over half a yeah now, I’m going to start getting the trades for this.I am very angry at comics right now for the simple fact that they’ve squeezed the fun out and replaced it with no fun “hipness” for the sake of making money off of people who don’t like having fun. Thank you for introducing me to this and I hope the Superman Family title will be as charming. As long as they don’t make Jimmy Olsen into a hipster douche and more like the wholesome weirdness magnet from the 60’s, I’ll be supporting this team until they stop making comics.

  4. Chris Kelly Said,

    March 13, 2012 @ 1:53 am

    Tiny Titans didn’t use the stupid new DCU, so it is to be expected I guess. No room in Dan’s sick mind for a fun loving comic set in the old continuity. Ironic, as it was the best book to get kids interested in comics. That means for the first time since 1983, I will no longer be purchasing any DC comics. It just makes me sick.

  5. Dad of two Said,

    April 6, 2012 @ 11:05 am

    I must say I am disappointed to see that Tiny Titans has been cancelled. It has fostered a love of reading for my son and daughter. We have looked forward to these issues every month and would read and re read to the point of being in tatters. As a long comic fan I have often reflected that this title captured what comics were created for. They were to be rolled up and stuffed into the back pocket of a child and read with fixated eyes and a pure imagination on fire. A big thank to Art and his creative team. Thank you from a very greatful family.