Teen Titans Annual #1

    Teen Titans Annual » Teen Titans Annual #1 - The Culling, Part One released by DC Comics on July 2012.

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    The Culling, Part One last edited by pmn1987 on 04/24/22 02:47PM View full history

    "THE CULLING" begins here!

    It's the TEEN TITANS vs. THE LEGION LOST one mile beneath the Antarctic in the chamber of horrors known as the Crucible!

    Continued in this month's SUPERBOY #9, LEGION LOST #9 and TEEN TITANS #9!


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    It's no secret, Brett Booth is not my favorite artist by far. But I like to make it very clear that I am completely aware that it is entirely my own personal taste, and that his art is not bad. So I'll refrain from criticizing it. Much. I HATE the way he draws Timber Wolf, I could barely recognize the dude. And his cover design tends to be lackluster. The generic 'Teams Staring Each Other Down' actually CAN work, but this one is CLUTTERED like mad. Plus the background is just FILLED with excess ...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Hunger Games?..........Anyone? 0

    This is it. With this issue begins the epicness, for some people this thing of jumping to Teen Titans to Superboy and otherwise has been some confusing..... NOT NOW BOYS; Now all the pieces fall in its place and starts to make a bigger vision of what is happening is BIGGER oh yes A LOT BIGGER than we thought.So many things happen here that is almost overwhelming so, no, I'm not going to talk about the story..... well maybe just a little to excite you (and so make you buy it) >:DThis issue ans...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    The Culling is here! 0

    The GoodThis was a very good comic to read, I enjoyed the length of the issue because this crossover is such an exciting arc that it would be hard to fit it all into just 20-page issues. One of the big bonuses of this issue is the introduction of Artemis Crock in the New 52, this is a good choice considering the amount of people who watch Young Justice so introducing Artemis would sell more copies. I also enjoyed the introduction of some of the Ravagers that we have not yet seen in the New 52 su...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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