Teen Titans Go! digital issue #55 review

We are truly living in a Golden Age of cinema.  Superhero cinema, in particular.  After all, it seems like there’s scarcely a comic book character or franchise that won’t eventually make it…

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #54 review

Look, comedy is incredibly subjective.  One person may laugh uncontrollably at a joke while another is left wondering why anybody would find it even remotely funny.  Not every joke will make everyone…

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #53 review

A new familiar face comes to Teen Titans Go! as the group go in for annual health and wellness check-ups.  Writer Matthew Manning makes a pretty strong debut on the title with…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #51 review

So here we are, with another Teen Titans Go! issue.  It is certainly something. Now, I know this series has a lot of detractors because of how silly it is, which is…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #50 review

It’s Christmas time in Titans Tower, and that means presents, milk and cookies, and deciphering the true identity of Santa Claus. …wait, what? Yes, it appears that the Titans have more questions…

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #49 review

I… really don’t know what to do with this one. On the one hand, it’s a holiday season story that focuses on Chanukah, which is interesting.  You don’t get too many of…

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #48 review

Well.  This went a few different places I wasn’t expecting. It’s always nice when the direction a story takes surprises you.  That happened a few times during this installment off Teen Titans…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #47 review

When the Titans need to learn how to work together, what better way to promote teamwork than… fusing them together into a monstrous abomination?  What? That’s but one of many strange things…

Teen Titans Go! Digital-issue #46 review

Titans Tower is falling apart.  The fridge is out, the elevator has stopped working, and worst of all? No.  TV. ::shudders:: What are the Titans who are also teens to do?  Well,…