This Week in Comics: The Teen Titans jump the shark

Thankfully, the jump was only literal. Teen Titans #7 was a super-fun romp with plenty of verbal and physical disrespect. And with Aqualad’s “rise” complete, I’m looking forward to seeing what the book looks like with him as a regular. Too bad for him his first assignment’s Deathstroke…

I thought ‘Tec was just okay, but I really enjoyed Suicide Squad, Action, Flash, and the excellent Batman/Shadow. What’s the king of your pile this week?

Batgirl #10

Art by Chris Wildgoose

There’s some over-the-top silliness, but it’s so over-the-top I can only assume it’s deliberate.

– Elena (read the full review)

Batman/The Shadow #1

Art by Riley Rossmo

It’s got a Batman that acts the way I like to see Batman acting: using detective skills, wearing disguises, and showing a proficiency in combat.

– Brandon (read the full review)

Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 #4

Art by Michael and Laura Allred

How I wish I was enjoying this more than I actually am.

– Jay (read the full review)

Batman Beyond #7

Art by Martin Ansin

In the end though, I found this chapter of Batman Beyond to be more gripping than it’s been since its debut…

– Josh (read the full review)

Detective Comics #955

Art by Rafael Albuquerque

The theme is…a little too simplistic for my liking.

– Brandon (read the full review)

The Flash #21

Art by Mikel Janín

Man oh man, I can’t remember the last time I saw something like this in a Batman book.

– Brandon (read the full review)

Justice League of America #5

Art by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado

What the *beep* is this?

– Josh (read the full review)

Mother Panic #6

Art by Eric Canete

Mother Panic continues to suffer from a number of problems – mostly relatability with readers – but manages to see a slight improvement this month…

– Josh (read the full review)

Suicide Squad #16

Art by Lee Bermejo

Perfection. Sheer perfection.

– Josh (read the full review)

Teen Titans #7

Art by Khoi Pham and Jim Charalampidis

A perfect blend of comics-action-fun and Damian’s unintentionally hilarious Napoleon complex made this an absolute blast to read both times.

– Brian (read the full review)