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It had to happen! A new Teen Titan shows up without so much as an invitation – and here Red Robin already had his hands full trying to get Bugg from Los Angeles to New York by train! Don't miss the dazzling debut of The Wall! Meanwhile, Kid Flash is trying desperately to flee the arctic N.O.W.H.E.R.E. prison with a mysterious young woman who is unable to control her own super powers. And Wonder Girl investigates a lead that is going to bring her face to face with a certain halfhuman/half-Kryptonian clone!

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Titans, Together? 0

Synopsis: Introducing Bunker! What's Good? As Yakko and Wakko would put it, "Hello Nurse!" I'm really taking a liking to Miguel Barragan, aka. Bunker. Bunker is the Beast Boy of this series: he's fun, eccentric, expressive, and probably the most rational character that Tim has come across so far. His powers of psionic bricks is a nice set of powers that's different from powers I'm used to seeing. Meanwhile, I like the interaction with Kid Flash and Solstice as they try to escape a N.O.W.H.E.R.E ...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Slowly Coming Together 0

The Story: Red Robin encounters Bunker and quickly teams up with him to overcome the challenge at hand. Kid Flash saves Solstice and runs to what he believes is the Pendact Circle.  My Thoughts:Teen Titans is a series that has surprised me. While this is only the third issue, I like the direction it's heading. Scott Lobdell has now introduced us to all the characters involved with the team.  While this issue didn't exactly progress the overall story a lot, it was still a lot of fun. Lobdell's in...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Merging Trick 0

I can't say that I didn't enjoy this issue, just this issue has a purpose and that is not necessarily to tell a good story but rather to get to a place where that good story can be told.  There are quite a few things going on here, from Bunker being introduced and later fighting Tim, to Cassie challenging one of her attackers from a previous issue, to Kid Flash and Solstice being on the run after escaping.  With all that is going on, it is not as though it gets confusing but more so that it gets...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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