One's enjoyment of this issue is largely dependent on how big a fan you were of Dick and Barbara's relationship, as if you think the two were destined to be together than I imagine you'll be annoyed by the roadblock the relationship hits in this issue. Devin Grayson doesn't exactly help much either as she makes Barbara's behavior highly contradictory, and in some cases downright goofy (she's upset that Dick acted to protect her from a knife/gun welding manic in the opening pages, because she feels herself capable of dealing with this threat by herself in full view of dozens of witnesses). In the end, I have to say I'm not overly upset by this turn of events as frankly I feel Dick and Barbara work better apart, as their personalities were too alike to really offer up any interesting sparks, and frankly the Titans fan in me is far more interested in seeing Dick get back with the rather temperamental Starfire, while the Blue Beetle fan rather hopes Barbara renews her acquaintance with Ted Read Full Review
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