Teen Titans Go! digital issue #42 review

Remember a while back when DC released Teeny Titans?  It was a promotional tie-in for a mobile game that I’m not sure anyone ever played.  There was no resolution within the comic…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #41 review

The Titans have fallen before that wretched foe.  The one we all fear.  The one that, inevitably, will come for us all. I’m speaking, of course, of… Code violations and exorbitant household…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #40 review

February 14th is approaching quickly, and love is in the air around Titans Tower.  Robin, ever the lovesick Boy Wonder, seeks refuge in the tower’s (only, it seems) bathroom to try and…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #39 review

Break out your beach blankets and suntan lotion, work on your volleyball game, because it’s time for spring break. I… has Garth ever been to the beach?  Borscht?  Ok then… And wait,…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #38 review

This is dumb. I can appreciate dumb. This is also really silly. To that point, I can also appreciate silliness. Problem is, nothing ever really meshes.  This is a prime example of…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #37 review

Hijinks ensue as Beast Boy gains a new power: the ability to smell the future. …wait, what? Huh.  So I did read it right.  Alrighty. This story is so, so goofy, and…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #36 review

Previously, in Teen Titans Go!… The team was presented with the opportunity to appear in their own TV show.   What would it be?  A hard-hitting drama?  A nostalgic throwback cartoon?  A…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #35 review

Join the Titans as they embark on their most ambitious, dangerous mission yet: a two-part adventure! When Hollywood executives come calling, claiming to want to create a television show based on the…

Teen Titans Go! Digital Issue #34 review

I can usually find something good to say about this title, even at its worst.  A few good gags, some lively illustration, an inoffensive story for kids, anything at all that can…