matkrenz's Teen Titans #92 - On the Shoulders of Titans, Part II review

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Finally they learn his fate.

Issue #92 of Teen Titans. 
The Story: The team fights all the robot Calculators and they find his base under a nightclub.But that Calculator was also a robot clone and the team finally learns the fate old their teammate Kid Eternity,also Red Robin joins the team and Damian goes back to Gotham. 
The Good: I was so happy when Caculator was telling Cassie how he kidnapped and killed Kid Eternity,the reason is because is because I first jumped on Teen Titans was when Brian Q Miller was writing and I loved Kid Eternity since he was so sarcastic and snarkie and I loved him but when he was kidnapped I taught that maybe the team will get try and saven him but when Henderson got on the book she didn't address it and then he was addressed in Batgirl were he dies.And the way Cassie reacted to him was perfect to me.Also when the revelation that Calculator was a robot and the robot's disbelief to it was very similar to Rory in 'The Big Bang' wich is the seaon 5 finale of Doctor Who.Also the bantering between Tim and Connor and Tim and Connor was good. 
The Bad: At one point Tim and Connor's talk became akward very quickly.The art was pretty sketchy at times.Also I taught that Damian should have stayed longer but hopefully he will come back. 

The Verdict: As a Kid Eternity fan this issue was extremely satisfying and the action was great the whole issue.This is a buy especially if your a Kid Eternity fan.

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