Titans: Rebirth #1

    Titans: Rebirth » Titans: Rebirth #1 released by DC Comics on August 2016.

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    last edited by AmishAvenger on 08/15/19 10:33AM View full history

    Friends. Teammates. Titans. Donna Troy, Arsenal, Garth, Lilith and Nightwing were all that and more until a mysterious force erased their memories, forcing them to forget what they could accomplish together. Reunited with their memories returned, the Titans must destroy the interdimensional demon that broke them apart and threatens reality itself.

    THEY SAID IT: “Grayson and Donna were a couple of the characters I first worked on at DC, so it feels like a homecoming for me,” explains penciller Brett Booth. “I’m beyond happy!”

    WARNING: Do NOT read this issue until after you read DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1!

    Wally West, breaks into a Dick Grayson's apartment and comes face to face with a Nightwing who doesn't remember Wally or their friendship, that is until Dick touches Wally and all the memories come flooding back. Before Wally can explain the other Titans arrive and start fighting Wally as well.

    The fight finally ends when each Titan makes physical contact with Wally and remembers their friendship with the Speedster. Wally then explains that someone has stolen their memories and he has come to warn them they may do it again.

    Wally is surprised to learn that the Titans are going to team-up once again help Wally out.

    Continues in Titans #1 - The Return of Wally West Part One: Run For Your Life

    References: Titans Hunt

    List of covers and their creators:

    CoverNameCreator(s)Sidebar Location
    RegRegular CoverBrett Booth, Norm Rapmund & Andrew Dalhouse1
    VarVariant CoverMike Choi3
    2ndSecond Printing CoverBrett Booth, Norm Rapmund & Andrew Dalhouse2


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    Remember the titans 0

    Wally has returned from the Speed Force, he has spoken with Barry, now he is looking for his old teammates to warn them about the stolen time.This issue revolves around Wally trying to make the Titans remember him while they mistakenly attack him (how weird for this to happen in comic books?!). What I liked about the issue is the way Wally talks and feels about his teammates and what made them such good friends and the obligatory flashbacks did a good job conveying this friendship as well as sho...

    2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

    A Flash of Something 0

    Let me start out by saying I was disappointed in this Rebirth special. Of the Rebirth issues I have read this one was particularly dull and uneventful. It takes place after the events of Rebirth, and here Wally West meets Nightwing and other Titans. The entire issue is spent on Wally West's efforts to be remembered and the subsequent flashbacks all of the Titans experience, none of which are particularly interesting. Before I complain more about it, I do want to give credit to the art work and w...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Titans: Rebirth #1 0

    I've read this twice now- once when I bought it, and just before writing this review. I'm trying to recall some of what I felt the first time, because it should be relevant to the review, and because I didn't feel all that on the second reading.First: finally! Wally West is back! Yes! I have no problem with the African-American Wally West as an alternate universe character. He's a cool character, and I'm loving him in the Arrowverse shows, but that redheaded former sidekick is the guy I know as ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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