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Teen Titans, Vol. 1: It's Our Right To Fight (2012)

by Scott Lobdell(Favorite Author)
3.57 of 5 Votes: 2
1401236987 (ISBN13: 9781401236984)
DC Comics
review 1: Not as strong of a start as the previous Teen Titans series was. (Not including the series titled simply Titans). The artwork is a bit better, but the story suffers a bit. The story seems a bit disjointed and left me a bit confused. Besides Red Robin, Kid Flash, and Superboy, it was hard to get a hold of each character's voice, their personality. Wonder Girl in particular seems to be lazily written. I do tend to like how this version of Teen Titans seems to be more like the TV show Young Justice, which was cancelled last year for no apparent reason. I am looking forward to reading volume 2 and hope it's a little better.
review 2: not as good as the previous teen titans. the only consolation is that red robin and kid flash are still there. so the story g
... moreoes:Red robin has been following(also hindering) the organization N.O.W.H.E.R.E. Mostly on his computer. NOWHERE'S goal is to capture and control teens with superpowers but robin with his invisible friend Danny are working to solve this problem. Robin impresses NOWHERE enough that they want to capture and control him as well even though he has no super powers. After finding wonder girl and rescuing kid flash from nowhere robin and his new team (including skitter and bunker) decide to take down NOWHERE. Which is when NOWHERE reveals their new weapon, Superboy less
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I'm not sure if I have the will to finish this one. I'm putting this on hold until I get superboy
Review by C.M.: "OK book with superheroes and how teens can coem together for a common good."
meh the characterization was pretty cliché.
better than expected!
Woo! Go Bunker!!!
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