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Art Baltzar & Franco tell CBR about relaunching DC Comics' "Tiny Titans" in 2014 with old favorites and newcomers enrolling at Sidekick City Elementary.
Collaborators Art Baltazar and Franco announced over the weekend that DC Comics will soon relaunch the Eisner Award-winning "Tiny Titans."
In the spirit of "Tiny Titans" and "Itty Bitty Hellboy," Dynamite will release "Li'l" one-shots versions of "Battlestar Galactica," "Red Sonja," "Vampirella" and more, with Art Baltazar and Franco leading the charge.
Lobster Johnson - and his pet lobster - join in on the fun in Art Baltazar and Franco's "Itty Bitty Hellboy" #2, which hits stores September 25.
Following the news of his co-ownership of Alter Ego Comics in Muncie, Indiana, Mark Waid reveals his store has struck a business partnership with Art Baltazar and Franco's Aw Yeah Comics in Skokie, Illinois.
Eisner Award-winning duo Art Baltazar and Franco spoke with CBR TV about funding their Aw Yeah Comics publishing imprint via Kickstarter, meeting young fans, the main challenge in working on "Itty-Bitty Hellboy" and more.
Dark Horse Comics has debuted the first look inside the cover for Art Baltazar and Franco's "Itty Bitty Hellboy" #1. The adventures of the cutest little demon possibly destined to destroy the world debuts August 28.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco looks at the first issue of the latest title from the "Tiny Titans" team of Art Baltazar and Franco, as they move into the DC Universe proper with "Green Team: Teen Trillionaires."
"Tiny Titans" creators Art Baltazar and Franco announced at C2E2 plans to publish their all-ages Aw Yeah Comics titles digitally via Mark Waid's Thrillbent.
A Chicago mash-up of DC Comics and Vertigo talent collide at DC's All Access panel featuring Brian Azzarello, Kyle Higgins, Art N Frano and more discuss their series and the future of DC in Chicago.
"The Green Team" writers Art Baltazar and Franco discuss the impending release of their new DC Comics series, the challenge of creating a new book and the fun in making money a superpower.
Following Thursday’s cancellations, DC Comics has announced two new politically themed series from Gail Simone and Freddie Williams III, and Art Baltazar, Franco and Ig Guara: "The Green Team" and "The Movement."
Eisner Award-winning "Tiny Titans" creative team Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani have announced "Aw Yeah Comics," a new independent comic series featuring their mascots Action Cat and Adventure Bug.
J. Caleb Mozzocco shares seven thoughts on the new kid-friendly Superman title, noting "Would I recommend it? Aw yeah."
Ryan K. Lindsay gives "Superman Family Adventures" #1 4 stars, calling the issue by Art Baltazar and Franco "the ultimate example that true all-ages books exist and they are amazing."
A lively panel at C2E2 saw Art Baltazar Franco and Christopher Jones entertain and answer questions about their upcoming DC Kids projects, from "Young Justice" to "Superman Family Adventures" and more.
The one-two "Tiny Titans" team of Art Baltazar & Franco age up for the tie-in series for Cartoon Network's "Young Justice" while keeping younger readers engaged with a new series of "Super-Pets" picture books.
The writing team spoke with CBR News about their brand-new ongoing series from DC that brings the heroes of the new animated television show off the screen and onto the printed page.
The shake-up of DC Comics' kids line was a major topic at their CCI panel, but along with reassuring young fans, DiDio, Art Baltazar, Franco and Mike Norton said, "Aw yeah, man!" to a new "Young Justice" series.
The Eisner-Award winning "Tiny Titans" crosses over with Archie Comics this October in a historic event uniting the two companies for the first time. Art Baltazar and Franco spoke with CBR about the news.
DC's Ian Sattler was joined by Franco, Len Wein and others to drop a little knowledge and have a lot of fun on the last day of the Baltimore Comic-Con, teasing a new project from Wein, verifying more "Jonah Hex" collections & more.
Obscure '80s characters coming back, DC's space heroes stepping up strong, and new plans for the Batman and Superman franchises took the spotlight at the traditional fan discussion panel, and CBR was there.
Senior Editor Jan Jann jones and creators Landry Walker, Eric Jones, Sholly Fisch, Art Baltazar and Franco met with fans at New York Comic Con to discuss DC Comics' line of all-ages books, and to talk about getting kids into comics.
“Tiny Titans” artist Art Baltazar gives CBR News an exclusive first look at “Ninjatown: Adventures of the Wee Ninja,” a new 48-page one-shot based on the popular Shawnimals toys and coming this month from Devil’s Due. Watch out for Mr. Demon!