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In the aftermath of their battle with Superboy, the Teen Titans make a horrifying discovery: Kid Flash has been knocked out of synch! If they are going to save their teammate, the badly beaten and battered teens need to sneak into the New York branch of S.T.A.R. Labs – which means that this issue guest-stars none other than Virgil Hawkins, a.k.a. Static! But if the team was hoping to use the lab for some downtime, they are going to be disappointed, because now they must battle a new, young team of supervillains known only as 2.0! All this and the debut of Kid Flash's new costume!

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Things Are Getting Better 0

For more thoughts on Teen Titans, try my blog, Teen Titantics:http://www.comicvine.com/myvine/psychoknights/blog/So far, I have disliked this series, and though I wouldn't say that this issue has changed my opinion, it is a step in the right direction.The Good:The characters are starting to get fleshed out a bit. There are still a few individuals such as Skitter and Solstice which we know almost nothing about, but the other characters are beginning to take shape. The dialogue in this issue was c...

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Comic Review -- Teen Titans #6: By the Light... / Scott Lobdell, 0

Originally posted on my blog, The Comics Cove, not too long ago...Fairly epic cover, though it's another "this scene isn't in the story" cover. Red Robin actually never takes on Grymm, and there's certainly never any danger of the skirmish landing on Kid Flash and Static. Still, it's a good action shot, and it lends some context to Bart's condition in the aftermath of the Superboy skirmish.The Titans are starting to limp away from their fight with Superboy, when the N.Y.P.D. try to arrest them. ...

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Scott Lobdell has been taking advantage of the fact that he is writing most of the Young Justice series by having Superboy and Teen Titans crossing over and over. Now, we get to see the Teen Titans do a bit of their own thing.  THE GOOD: The art is great in this issue. I really like the way that Brett Booth draws the characters and the surrounds. I think that he can draw emotion fairly good and I like seeing his art in these issues. The story picks up from the last issue to me. I really like see...

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