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Review: Teen Titans #24

“Red Robin Remembrance” takes place after the events of Detective Comics #940, the believed death of Tim Drake. It may also be connected to the disappearance of Tim Drake at the end of Batman...

Review: Teen Titans #23

“Teen Night in the Crescent City” opens with the team enjoying a night on the town in New Orleans. Tim is even willing to lighten up. Tim gets an phone call, it is Batman. Batman heard about the...

Review: Teen Titans Annual #2

“Last Dance, Last Chance… For Death” opens in a night club. We see Miguel and Cassie dancing with Tanya and Tim looking on. Tim does not look comfortable and Tanya makes him dance with her....

Review: Teen Titans #21

“Midtown in the Garden of Good and Evil” opens with a quick reintroduction of the characters in the last scene of the previous issue and what is currently happening and sometimes why. Metatroll93...

Review: Teen Titans #20

“Metatroll 93” does not open with the Titans but instead with a poorly drawn Lex Luthor. He is looking at a website that belittles super villains like himself. He sees memes of himself, Joker,...

Review: Teen Titans #19

“Who is Wonder Girl Part 3” opens where the previous issue ended with Cassie discovering that she is the niece of Wonder Woman. Cassandra steps in to say that now that they are all family she can...

Review: Teen Titans #18

“Who is Wonder Girl? Part 2” opens with a less angry Wonder Woman with Red Robin. Diana is questioning Tim about what happened at her apartment and she is using her magic lasso for help. Tim is...

Review: Teen Titans #17

“But Who is Wonder Girl” opens in the Adirondacks. We see Cassie standing over a cliff. She appears to be hearing or perhaps feeling a voice. The voice is saying that Cassie has a lot of...

Review: Teen Titans #16

“The Sum of its Parts” opens in the Robin’s Nest. The team are gathered minus Red Robin. They are commiserating about their recent encounter with Professor Pyg from the last issue. Raven senses...

Review: Teen Titans #15

“On The Run: A Tale from the Robin War” opens at Red Robin’s Robins Nest. Beast Boy in fooling around with the monitors provides exposition on the status of the Robin War event. Tonya chastises...

Review: Teen Titans #14

“Aftermath” opens with the Titans arriving at the Metropolis Armory Ward Dock, the gateway to the prison for the baddest of the bad. The Titans are in the custody of Alpha Centurion for their...

Review: Teen Titans #13

“Rogue Targets Part V” opens with Doctor Psycho pounding on Bunker’s brick defenses. Dr. Psycho’s real target is Raven. He dispatches Bunker and Beast Boy and moves in on Raven.   The...

Review: Teen Titans #11

“Rogue Targets” part 3 opens where the previous issue ended with Red Robin cradling and incapacitated Raven in Manchester Black’s apartment with the Elite led by Wonder Girl just outside....

Review: Teen Titans #9

We open on the John Hancock Center in Chicago. Tim and Chimera are on one of the radio towers of the building. Chimera has taken the form of Red Robin, according to her dialog it’s the only way she...

Review: Teen Titans Annual #1

Teen Titans Annual #1 starts with a massacre with a voice over prayer. Several dead bodies are shown, male and female. We see a woman kneeling in the area with blood on her boots and jeans. We see...

Review: Teen Titans #8

Teen Titans #8, titled One Brief, Shining Moment Part 2, begins with the Titans looking over a celebratory parade for their victory in stopping the Eraser from the previous issue. Red Robin continues...

Review: Teen Titans #7

Teen Titans #7 continues the story from the previous issues. We open this chapter, “One Brief Shining Moment Part 1” in New York, Cassie’s apartment where Raven teleports in with Red Robin and...

Review: Teen Titans #4

I will be the first to admit that I was not the biggest fan of the newest iteration of the Teen Titans. Initially I found the series to be bland with limited sensibility and a lack of depth. However,...

Review: Teen Titans #2

Two issues in, and I just don’t know what to think of the relaunched Teen Titans. To be honest, I think it could use a different artist. Not because Rocafort is bad, but I think a more animated...

Review: Teen Titans #1

We have a new creative team, a new direction, and a new number one. This issue was decent. My problem in reading this (and I blame myself mostly) was that I was taking everything too seriously. I was...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #16

Last month we ended with Jason Todd’s unconscious body being dropped next to Tim Drake who also was taking a nap. The Titans and the Outlaws were looking to team up to track down their leaders...