For anyone not keeping tabs, as part of a publcity stunt brand-optimization for their new day-and-date pricing for downloadable comics, DC is "Ultimatizing" most of their books for however long it takes to get to the big crossover that undoes itfor real, yo. Previous previews have shown off the "new" versions of the "grownup" heroes, and now the teenaged guys have their debut - because the only thing funnier than seeing what 40-50 year-old comic book publishers (and Warner Bros. executives) think 'the kids' will consider 'fresh and relatable' is what they think 'the kids' will consider 'cool.'
Pictured at the the right: "The Teen Titans," which DC assures us is the actual book, and not the tongue-in-cheek "What Would ____ Look Like As A Shitty Mid-90s Image Title" sketch from someone's DeviantArt page you may have assumed. Check out Superboy's badass tat' (how does that work?) and too-intense-to-care cloth-scrap logo. Word. Not pictured - yet making the whole bit "complete" - is that the Rob Liefield (really!) is on one of the other titles.