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A strange creature haunts the streets of Los Angeles... and because of this creature's age, both Red Robin and N.O.W.H.E.R.E. are racing to find her – but neither side is prepared for the horror known as Skitter! Meanwhile, Superboy is on a collision course with the team, and Kid Flash plots his escape from N.O.W.H.E.R.E. with the most unexpected of allies!

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A good guy 0

Of all the DC reboots under the new 52 I will say that this one is the smartest, not necessarily the best or the most exciting, but the manner in which the creative team are treating this too-big-to-fail book is quite impressive.  At the center of it is of course Tim Drake, re-imagined here as a combination of costumed vigilante and internet activist/hacker.  It is not just there though that this series is succeeding but also with the other characters, the impetuous Kid Flash, the hard-to-get-al...

7 out of 9 found this review helpful.

Eyes Up Ladies and Gents...Especially Gents 0

Teen Titans #2 follows up directly after the last issue. Tim is still focused on getting a team together to fight against the agents of N.O.W.H.E.R.E and Cassie is still adamant about keeping out of it. We are also introduced to some new characters in this issue. The first of which is Skitter who is a half insectoid half human teenager that seems to be having trouble holding onto her humanity. The other is none other than Solstice who has undergone a serious cosmetic change. Though not as action...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Skitter makes her debut 0

Synopsis: Red Robin goes to search for another potential candidate for his team, but can he get to Skitter before N.O.W.H.E.R.E does? -What's Good? Scott Lobell really has a handle on Tim Drake's character. In the old version of Teen Titans, Tim was the obvious choice to be the team leader, and he shows this quality in this new incarnation. I'm still liking Cassie's new personality as well. I'm also liking that Solstice is still around in the DC reboot, even with her new look. As for Skitter th...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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