Teen Titans #13

    Teen Titans » Teen Titans #13 - The Origin of Wonder Girl, Part 1 released by DC Comics on December 2012.

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    Wonder Girl must battle her former lover for possession of her stolen armor!

    Is something wicked coming for Tim Drake?



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    Secrets of the Silent Armour 0

    I have actually been enjoying this series so far and even though it isn't one of the better written series' it is fun. This issue however didn't feel as good to me and definitely did fell fun. I also had mixed feelings on the art this issue as it was brilliant on some pages but others it didn't quite feel right. It is also nowhere near as good as Brett Booth's art and I hope he will be back to do issues sometime down the line.This issue sees Wonder Girl telling Red Robin and Superboy the story o...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    The Psychotic Perspective: Teen Titans #13 0

    The Origin of Wonder GirlThis volume of Teen Titans, as a whole, has sucked, but I have actually enjoyed the latest story arc.Showcasing Wonder Girl’s struggle with her armor, Lobdell has focused in on the series three primary protagonists, Red Robin, Superboy and Wonder Girl, and crafted a story with actual intrigue and good character interactions. The story is still not great, but it is a vast improvement over the drivel that turned into “The Culling.” The series reverted to form in the zero i...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    It's Official, We Need Nicieza, Not Lobdell 0

    Give me a minute.... I'm trying to figure out the cover..... Give me about 20 actually... IT'S DIESEL'S HELMET! Ok. It's a nice simplistic idea that falls extremely short with a horribly overcomplicated headpiece and a mediocre use of character positioning and view-angle.You should be used to this by now, I won't say Brett Booth is a bad artist, I just don't like his style. However, I'm starting to think he might not be to blame for my general dislike of Teen Titans' artwork, because I ADORE the...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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