Titans (comic)

Titans #30 review

Ben Oliver's cover for Titans #30 really rubs it in your face, doesn't it? At the beginning of Rebirth, Titans was one of the...

Titans #29 review

In Titans #28, Dan Abnett delivered a script packed with character progression, logical plotting, plausible decisions, mischievous humour, and an uplifting message about persevering in...

Titans #28 review

In Justice League #10, Aquaman met the Triumvirate of Sea Gods, an invading force which flooded the Earth. The Titans are weakened, still coming...

Titans #27 review

If you’re looking for a traditional comic book featuring good guys merrily punching bad guys in the face, Titans is often the right place...

Titans #26 review

This week in Titans, Dick and Donna get new coats! Also, the team are on the trail of the Blood Cult, who have nefarious...

Titans #25 review

The first few pages of Titans #25 had me feeling a little deflated. I rolled my eyes when I saw yet another mindless leviathan...

Titans #24 review

I think it's fair to say that Snyder, Tynion, Abnett and Williamson currently have free reign to introduce whatever crazy concepts they like into...

Titans #23 review

Titans Special #1 introduced readers to a new team with a new mission; this month their trials begin with the action-packed Titans #23! If only they...

Titans Special #1 review

It's a new dawn for the Titans and though I'm not really sure what was wrong with the old team, I can't help but...

Titans Annual #2 review

Annual #2 is the last issue in the current run of Titans before the team join in with the events of No Justice and...

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