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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.
How crossovers, team-ups and reboots blazed a trail for more complex stories! "Tiny Titans" creators open Aw Yeah Comics! Five up-and-coming cartoonists from TCAF! More on Creator Owned Comics!
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.
ROBOT 6 looks at DC Comics' line of Super-Pets books, noting how creators like Art Balthazar can make even rage-vomiting Red Lanterns kid-friendly.
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 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.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at "War of the Supermen" #0 and "DC Kids Mega Sampler 2010," the publisher's offerings for this weekend's Free Comic Book Day event.
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.
This week, Tim returns from the New York Comic Con with thoughts on the show, the advent of "the new awesome," and the opening salvo of the Dalek invasion of his house in his epic "NYCC vs. The Universe" con report.
“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!
Sunday afternoon saw a gathering of some of the biggest names in kid-friendly comics for a discussion and Q&A regarding the topic and challenge of creating comic books with a younger audience in mind.