Teen Titans. #2, Turn it up / Adam Glass, writer ; Bernard Chang, Robson Rocha, Ryan Benjamin, pencillers ; Bernard Chang, Daniel Henriques, Richard Friend, Cam Smith, inkers ; Marcelo Maiolo, Sunny Gho, Hi-Fi, colorists ; Rob Leigh, letterer ; Giuseppe Camuncoli, Cam Smith and Tomeu Morey, collection cover artists.
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- ISBN: 9781401294670
- ISBN: 1401294677
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : chiefly color illustrations ; 26 cm.
- Publisher: Burbank, CA : DC Comics, 
- Copyright: ©2019
"Originally published in single magazine form in TEEN TITANS 25-27, TEEN TITANS ANNUAL 1, MYSTERIES OF LOVE IN SPACE 1."
"Secrets and betrayal -- everyone has something to hide, but will revealing these mysteries bring the team closer together -- or drive them apart? The team faces off against the Dark Knight's top security when they break into the Batcave. But what could be so important for Damian to risk betraying Batman's trust? One betrayal leads to another, and Damian vows to hunt down Jason Todd. During the intense battle of the Robins, dangerous information falls into the wrong hands. Secrets are revealed as Djinn and Roundhouse open up about their mysterious pasts"-- Provided by publisher.
Adam Glass is an American writer, screenwriter and television producer best known for his work on the TV series Supernatural, Cold Case and Criminal Minds. As an author, he wrote such titles as Suicide Squad for DC Comics and Deadpool and Luke Cage for Marvel Comics.
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