Teen Titans #94

    Teen Titans » Teen Titans #94 - The Power of Myth released by DC Comics on June 1, 2011.

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    The Teen Titans have a new ally in Solstice – and just in time, too, as the team finds itself trapped in a lost kingdom and attacked by the demonic hordes that dwell there. But the real question is: Who kidnapped Wonder Girl and Solstice's parents – and why? With Solstice as their guide, the Teen Titans are going to be challenged as never before!

    Cassie is trapped, with her mother on the Island of the Demon Kingdom and is taken by Tataka to Rankor.

    Meanwhile back in Pakistan, the Teen Titans lead by Red Robin, discover a hidden bridge to the Island. They take it and arrive just in time to be ambushed by some demons. Red Robin and Rose are captured and taken to Rankor. A demon takes Rose's form and rejoins the group. Raven's power goes crazy when Solistice gets near and the team worries about her. Beast Boy takes charge and sends Kid Flash out to look for Red Robin not knowing its already to late and Rankor has him caged.



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    I know you got a thing for quality, but i'm a quantity guy myself 0

      The life of a Teen Titan is a hard one, especially if you’re their parents. I mean lets look at the  Teen Titans #94 list. Most of them are either dead, living in the future, mercenaries, demons or are arch enemies due to the fact that their child was the amalgamation of their DNA in a secret research lab. So with Cassi, aka Wonder Girl, who’s mother is perfectly alive, living in the present, not a gun for hire, not a demon and hasn’t given her DNA for cloning something has to happen to he...

    6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

    Does It Always Have to Be Demons? 0

    With new team member Solstice in tow, the Teen Titans look to familiarize themselves with a whole new set of demonic forces that for once have nothing to do with Raven and her daddy Trigon. Can they brush up on their Indian mythology enough in time to rescue Wonder Girl and Solstice’s parents though? The Good A lot of fast paced action throughout the comic helps set up some ominous undertones revolving around these new foes of the Teen Titans. Couple this with some good internal monologues fro...

    9 out of 10 found this review helpful.

    Viradha? 0

    The Good: I'm becoming more accustomed to Nicola Scott's art. Either the faces have improved, or I just notice them less.Krul continues to do a great job of showing us the mental processes and struggles of ALL the Titans equally. Red Robin struggling with nagging insecurities of his leadership abilities that don't seem to hinder him so much that it would be annoying, and Beast Boy and Raven's struggles over their feelings for each other particularly stood out for me.In general I think Krul does ...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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