Teen Titans #90

    Teen Titans » Teen Titans #90 - Shedding Some Like on the Subject released by DC Comics on February 1, 2011.

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    It's mayhem at the cafeteria as Headcase and the Feral Boys run wild! Can the Teen Titans pull themselves together long enough to overcome this combined threat – or will Damian once again be their downfall?



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    Robin and Ravager are just awesome. 0

    Issue 90 of Teen Titans.   The Story: In Pakistan Solstice's parents wander off and disapear.At Titans Tower the team is searching information about Barney but can't find anything about him but Kid Flash brings his yearbook from his schoool.When they get their the team splits-up,Robin and Ravager to search the West Wing,Beast Boy and Superboy the East Wing of the school and Raven and Wonder Girl search for Kid Flash who got attacked by one of the girls that Dr.Calligan changed.Robin and Ravager ...

    8 out of 8 found this review helpful.

    Teen Titans Issue 90 0

           Teen Titans got lucky man. I mean, the book was in one of the worst slump I've seen in a long while when J. T. Krul came on board with Nicola Scott. These two have pretty much saved a great book and have managed to make me practically forget of the year of issues that sucked. With strong action, great characters, and a horizon that couldn't look brighter if they tried (Get it? Solstice is joining hehe), Teen Titans is one of the top books to keep an eye on. With that being said, let's div...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.

    Titans Getting Schooled 0

    The Good: J.T. Krul is really impressing me with his writing. His Damian is fantastic. He always takes everything personally, and almost goes out of his way to take offense at anything said, and it clearly doesn't feel like a conscious effort. He's suffering from a self imposed isolation. Deep down, I think he wants to be more like his father, and automatically assumes nobody likes him, and then plays up the persona that he blames as the reason for people not liking him. All of this is extremely...

    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
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