So, Teen Titans was another book I was surprised to like as much as I do. I've never been a big fan of the title, as during my tenure of comic book readership, it has just been angsty kids being... well, angsty. That, and I've never been much a fan of Brett Booth's art, though it has grown on me.
Over all really, this title is fun. The characters are enjoyable, it's not that angsty, and it has gotten me interested in Tim Drake again, as I was getting a bit bored with him as his last solo neared it's conclusion.
So, hit the jump to get all caught up on the current Teen Titans.
|Teen Titans #3|
Superboy is a bit of a conflicted character. While he's still on the hunt for the team, he's starting to question his creators a bit, and eventually turns on them. Nevertheless, when he fights the Titans, he kicks their asses, but not before they get some big hits on him (hell, even Tim manages to knock him down once.)
|Teen Titans #6|
And that's where we're at now. Soon, the book will be joining Legion Lost and Superboy for a cross over titled "The Culling" in May, as all of those characters have to fight back against N.O.W.H.E.R.E. From there on out, just recently as Saturday, it was teased that their would be a road trip, and even an appearance from Amanda Waller.
So that's it for the catch up on Teen Titans. Tune in tomorrow for the final catch up for All Star Western.