Teen Titans #1

    Teen Titans » Teen Titans #1 - Teen Spirit released by DC Comics on November 2011.

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    Tim Drake, Batman's former sidekick, is back in action when an international organization seeks to capture, kill or co-opt super-powered teenagers. As Red Robin, he's going to have to team up with the mysterious and belligerent powerhouse thief known as Wonder Girl and the hyperactive speedster calling himself Kid Flash to stand any chance at all against a living, breathing weapon with roots in another world! They – along with a few other tortured teen heroes – will be the Teen Titans in this new series from writer Scott Lobdell (WILDC.A.T.S, Uncanny X-Men) and artist Brett Booth (JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA)!

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    Of the characters featured on the cover, Kid Flash, Red Robin, Wonder Girl and Superboy are the only ones to actually appear in the issue although other "teen heroes" make cameo appearances.



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    A new team of teenage superheroes. 0

    Synopsis: Red Robin goes out to recruit teens to take down N.O.W.H.E.R.E.What's Good?One key point to note about this new DC universe is how people see superheroes. They seem to be a lot of mistrust with them, despite them trying to do what's right. A group that seem to have it the worst, are metahuman/non-powered teenagers. Keep those facts in mind, and this makes this new version of Teen Titans worth to invest some time in.Tim Drake is still the ideal leader for a group of teenagers due to his...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    It Works with What it Has 0

    I am quite the fan of Tim Drake. Ever since he was the third Robin and then became Red Robin, I've been following him. I read every issue of his Robin series and every issue of his Red Robin series. To say the least, I'm devoted.So, that was the sole reason for me to pick up Teen Titans #1 seeing as it was basically the primary vehicle for my Tim Drake fix.Originally, I wasn't too much of a fan of Brett Booth's art. To me, it was a little too mid-90s nostalgia for me. After reading the comic, th...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Well it sure beats raising cattle. 0

    Review for Teen Titans #1.The Story: A secret association are capturing young metahumans around the world for some reason and they try to captyre Tim Drake because of his skill.The Good: Lobdell has a very good handle on Bart Allen's character, he's shown as a very young, reckless, fast mouthed and most importantly inexperienced hero who does more bad than good. Wich also shows that teenage superhero's are not looked upon very well because of their inexperience and because of that are persecuted...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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