As promised, the never-seen-by-anyone-outside-the-crew "t" tower. Since George Perez
always drew the Teen Titans looking much older than actual teenagers (especially Starfire), it didn't occur to me that a blocky, corporate "T" would not be the building of choice for a bunch of teenagers. Our show never really got into how 5 teens have their own island and building, but during the design process I figured, if they had any say in its design, the Titans would prefer a small "t" along with a halfpipe (as the show developed, video games and eating turned out to be the activities of choice; two of my personal favorites). In addition to exploring uppercase and lowercase, I played with the idea of serifs. I have about 25 more variations, which I'll post later. I give much due respect to what Marv Wolfman
& George Perez did along with what Walt Simonson
, one of my all time favorites, did in one of my first comics, "X-Men/Teen Titans"
. Overall, I still favor what Glen and the crew came up with during (see Glen's postcard above) our five season run
. Look out for direct to video release of the team's adventure in Tokyo in 2006 along with the video game (the GBA version
is pretty fun, especially using the powers of the individual Titans). We got a preview of what the game will be like on the PS2
, and we were all really excited and impressed by what we saw.