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Wonder Girl has come to New York City to find Red Robin and fill him in on what she's learned about N.O.W.H.E.R.E., but it turns out she's going to have to go through the mysterious Superboy first! As two of DC's most powerful young metahumans battle over the streets of Times Square on New Year's Eve, Red Robin assembles his team to help Wonder Girl.

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Good Again 0

I've had a mixed reading experience with the Teen Titans series. I really didn't care for issue one. I really liked issue two. I hated issue three. Now issue four is added to ones that I like. Maybe the best one yet.  THE GOOD: I really like the art. Brett Booth draws characters different so all the people look different and interesting. The Times Square part, his art shined the most. He added quite a bit of easter eggs and the detail was amazing. The story doesn't add much but it makes up for i...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

the patient has come back to life, doctor... 0

While my last review of Teen Titans ended with me declaring I'd given up on this book, I'm afraid I'm dead wrong. While it still needs some more time to get great, the fact that the team is assembled and ready to go is good news. Lobdell has been criticized for his dialogue being cheesy and I'd agree with that, yet he's able to do team books very well because of how he handles the characterization. Teen Titans probably should've been assembled sooner. Comparing this to Red Hood, where Lobdel was...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Comic Review -- Teen Titans #4: Danger Squared! / Scott Lobdell & 0

Originally posted on my blog, The Comics Cove, not too long ago...Teen Titans #4: Danger Squared!Now this is a fun cover! Not only is the image of Wonder Girl and Superboy's clash pretty epic in and of itself, but it's making use of a large screen in Times Square to give a more detailed look at the slugfest going on right in front of it. The art, the storyline suggestion, and the action all made the cover alone make me want to pick up this book.The Titans--sans Wonder Girl and Superboy--finally ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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