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TEEN TITANS: TITANS OF TOMORROW TP (Jul 2008)

Cover: Mike McKone
TEEN TITANS: TITANS OF TOMORROW TP
Jul 2008
$14.99
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"Changing Times" (22 pages)

writer:  Geoff Johns, Sean McKeever, Marv Wolfman
penciller: Alé Garza, Randy Green, Mike McKone, and George Pérez
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    Review: Teen Titans: Titans of Tomorrow trade paperback (DC Comics)

    Sep 29, 2008 10:45 PM posted by vu sleeper

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    TEEN TITANS: TITANS OF TOMORROW TP (Jul 2008)
    Review: Teen Titans: Titans of Tomorrow trade paperback (DC Comics)
    Monday, September 29, 2008

    Sean McKeever introduces a new era of the Titans with Teen Titans: Titans of Tomorrow. In comparison, this new Titans run already seems weaker than the one before, and a number of false starts hasn't helped; that said, McKeever's script doesn't have many egregious problems, and a couple of bright spots do give hope for Teen Titans going forward.

    (excerpt)

    Titans of Tomorrow sports a number of art teams, not even counting guest spots by George Perez, Mike McKone, and Todd Dezago in the issue #50 tribute scenes. Of these, I liked Ale Garza's youthful, cartoony art the best. I liked least the heavy, dark, sketchy art of Eddy Barrows, though I enjoyed what I've seen of upcoming issues better than what I saw here. Unfortunately, the inconsistent art only reinforces my sense that Teen Titans still struggles to find itself post-Infinite Crisis; I can only hope it all gets figured out soon.

     From  http://www.dccomics.com/dcu/graphic_novels/?gn=9355

    Written by Geoff Johns, Sean McKeever, Marv Wolfman and Todd Dezago; Art by Alé Garza, Randy Green, Mike McKone, George Pérez and others; Cover by McKone

    The super-popular future Titans are arrive in our present time in this story collecting TEEN TITANS #50-54, and they've already taken out the Justice League. What crucial historical event are they here to stop — or contribute to!
      DC Universe | 144pg. | Color | Softcover | $14.99 US

      On Sale July 2, 2008

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