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Titan Magazines

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Titan Magazines
TypePrivate
IndustryPublishing, magazines, comic books
Headquarters
London
,
England
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Nick Landau
Vivian Cheung
Chris Teather
Darryl Tothill
Ricky Claydon
ProductsMagazines, comic books, graphic novels
Websitetitanmagazines.co.uk

Titan Magazines is the magazine-publishing division of Nick Landau's Titan Publishing Group. Titan also owns several Forbidden Planet specialist comics and collector stores (it should not be confused with Forbidden Planet International, which largely owns similar stores, mostly in the North of England.). TPG also owns Titan Books, the biggest UK graphic novel publishing house, which also publishes many film and TV-related titles. Titan Magazines' publishing director was Chris Teather.

History

Titan Magazines launched in 1995 with Star Trek Magazine with John Freeman as first editor, although it had previously published several one shot film tie-in titles. Since then it has published many film, TV and comics titles, including poster magazines for Tim Burton's Batman.

Some of Titan's magazines are published in the US, although not all, some with an entirely separate magazine.

In April 2016, Bleeding Cool published a blog/vlog entry pertaining to concerns over Titan's UK reprints of DC titles, specifically cancellations and a lack of updates and communication with readers, as well as addressing the frequent inconsistencies regarding the publication dates of future issues.[1] Despite numerous complaints, some of Titan's DC titles continue to be plagued with errors. DC Universe #3.9 (featuring Justice League) appeared on shelves on 9 May 2018, with the next issue being erroneously advertised as coming out as early as 10 May 2018.

Titan ceased publication of all their DC Comics titles in December 2018, most notably ending a fifteen-year run for 'Batman Legends'.[2] This also led to WHSmith no longer stocking Titan's other titles.

Titles

DC Comics Titles

Other Comics

Current:

Cancelled:

Magazines

Current:

Past:

References

  1. ^ http://www.bleedingcool.com/2016/04/29/concern-over-titans-uk-reprints-of-dc-comics-titles
  2. ^ Johnston, Rich (26 December 2018). "Titan Cancels Its DC Comics Newsstand Range". Bleeding Cool. Retrieved 28 January 2020.
  3. ^ Stringer, Lew (30 December 2006). "Coming in 2007..." BLIMEY! The Blog of British Comics. Retrieved 12 February 2020.
  4. ^ "Wallace And Gromit Issue 26 @ Titan Magazines". Titanmagazines.co.uk. Archived from the original on 16 August 2007. Retrieved 16 June 2020.
  5. ^ Summaries and Reviews by Mike Helba of Issues of The Official Babylon 5 Magazine, the World of JMS

External links

This page was last edited on 12 January 2021, at 04:27
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