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 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 the Teen Titans doing their own things instead of fighting Superboy. I also really liked Bunker in this issue. It made me like the character in this issue. I also really like how the characters are developing into their own characters and not just people who do what they are told.
I really like the Legion of Super-Heroes, and there is a hint that they are in this issue and I don't think they should be. I think that what was said in this issue better be the Legion Lost folks, or it's kinda ruined Legion Lost for me if it's the real Legion.
THE VERDICT: 4.5/ 5 (Amazing)
Teen Titans has been very mixed for me, but when there is a good issue, it's really good. When there is a bad issue, it's very bad. I think that if you want to stick around for the good stories and a few bad ones, this is for you. If you like the characters you are going to want to read this because the characters are really well portrayed here and I think that it's the funnest part of the book.