Titans #13 review

  Yet again, Dan Abnett proves that Titans is not only the best hero, team book being published by DC at the moment, but also one of the most entertaining!   Something…

Titans #12 review

  I can’t tell you how happy I am to move past “The Lazarus Contract.” Nothing worthwhile really came from the story, aside from a few transitions that were randomly included at…

Titans #11 review

  When you launch a crossover involving the Titans/ Teen Titans and Deathstroke, and you title it “The Lazarus Contract” (a clear pull from the incredible “The Judas Contract”), you’re automatically giving…

Titans #10 review

  In the finale of “Made In Manhattan,” Abnett teases a nostalgic future, and brings a much needed jolt of energy to the arc!   It took a few months before Titans found its…

Titans #9 review

  Titans is quickly becoming one of my favorite titles to read! I won’t go so far to say that it’s the best, but it is one of the more enjoyable books…

Titans #8 review

  Like most of the titles I’m reviewing this week, Titans is in a short transition phase as it leaves one arc to begin another. Honestly, anything is better than a self-loathing…

Titans #7 review

“This reminds me of the old days.” That single line describes this issue better than anything I can possibly pull together. Titans #7 is head shoulders above any other issue in this…

Titans #6 review

Titans #5 was the first issue that I actually enjoyed from this title. There have been moments that were nice, but ultimately there were many more moments that I found grating, heavy…

Titans #5 review

I’ll be the first one to admit that Titans is not a title I get excited to read. So far, Abnett has delivered a less-than-stellar story, and it only makes it worse…

Titans #4 review

Kadabra’s got Linda! After working up the nerve to approach his soulmate for the second time since his return, Wally West could only watch as the vain magician snatched her from his…