Teen Titans #8

    Teen Titans » Teen Titans #8 - The Culling, Prelude: A Dark Omen! released by DC Comics on June 2012.

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    In the aftermath of the Teen Titans' assault on N.O.W.H.E.R.E.'s headquarters, there's no time to celebrate because Wonder Girl is missing! Red Robin desperately tries to find her, but he's got his hands full, as Superboy has announced his decision to lead the team, Solstice is still dealing with the devastating revelations about her past and Kid Flash is getting glimpses of a dangerous future that he thinks he recognizes!

    General Notes: Superboy's appearance is on the cover only



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    "Put that to the Test" 0

    THE GOOD: There is a different artist on this issue, but I think that he matches regular artist Brett Booth just fine. He has a fairly similar style but it is different as well and is was refreshing. I really like the backgrounds in this issue and I think that it adds a really creepy feeling to these pages. The story is okay. We have one person; fighting the whole team. She finds out a whole bunch of info about them and tries to turn them against each other. Solstice knows about everything and I...

    5 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Comic Review -- Teen Titans #8: A Dark Omen! / Scott Lobdell, Ig 0

    Originally posted on my blog, The Comics Cove, not too long ago...I'm not familiar with the Ravagers, or why they're being reborn here, but I will admit that this is a pretty cool looking cover. I'm already missing Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund on the art here, but they deliver a nice assembly shot of the team, and the Tron motif here looks pretty good. Again, not to familiar with the Ravagers, but everything looks pretty stunning here.The Titans have been captured by N.O.W.H.E.R.E. and its leade...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

    The Omen of the Culling 0

    You know, the art was off today...must be a different penciler. Seeing as they were trapped in a water like space, or Lilith's mind, that can actually be looked at as canonical art shifting.Sort of neatAnd what a smorgosboard of stuff we got today. (how do you spell that anyway?). Black Canary's husband, Amanda Waller, Team 7, and a Titan who Starfire dreamed of recalling.Does that mean she was still a Titan? What happened to her?We see a lot of character development, with Cassie's power shown t...

    0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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