Teen Titans #18

    Teen Titans » Teen Titans #18 - To Belle and Back released by DC Comics on May 2013.

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    Unknown to the Teen Titans, Red Robin’s condition is worsening after the events of “DEATH OF THE FAMILY.” And now Red Robin must face an even greater tragedy!

    The new Dr. Light is coming for Solstice!

    Guest-starring the Suicide Squad!



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    BatWatch Review: Teen Titans #18 0

    To Belle and BackThere was a brief period several months ago, during Teen Titans #13-14 I believe, that I actually thought Teen Titans might be getting good, but that...was quite a long time ago, and it hasn't. I'm tired of Teen Titans. Nothing particularly interesting even happens, the characters are unlikable, and there are about a million and a half subplots, few of which actually concern me. Last issue revealed that Tim Drake was possessed or some such, and I do not really care. With that a...

    4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

    Inconsistent Intentional Inconsistency 0

    This issue actually has a rather interesting cover that really stands out among the various Requiem covers. Tim actually looks eerily joyous at the passing of Damian, and there's certainly a part of him that would likely be glad to be rid of the little hellion, but he wouldn't dare let himself go this dark.And it's strange, because the Requiem scene in this issue completely contradicts the tone set by the cover. Not only that, but the scene contradicts the darker turn Tim seems to have been tak...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    Teen Titans: To Belle and Black 0

    This Review will be filled with spoilers!The Good.This issue was a good issue overall. The scene at the beggining of the issue is a great one, it's Tim's final goodbye to the late Damian Wayne, former Robin. It seems rather different to the other Requiem stories across the line of Batman books, it feels that Tim is more involved with Damian. He talks to the deceased Boy Wonder ( even if he is a hallucination ) and makes points that seem right for Tim's character and seem true to what the charac...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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