Just as the team begins to determine its new direction, a mind-wiping demon steals the Titans memories! And when Red Robin goes missing, the teen heroes must save the city and also figure out if they really want their former leader to return.
If you're a fan of Red Robin or just the Titans in general then this is a good read. Scott, Will and Noel combine to tell a great story that's fast paced and action packed. It even gives us a peek into the Robin War and how it all ties into the Titans and Red Robin. I'm a fan of connecting story arcs across different books and this issue gives you that perfectly. Soon as I finished reading I immediately wanted to pick up the next issue" yea I gotta wait for that. However I guarantee that the next issue of the Teen Titans will be a great read too"especially if it was anything like this one. Read Full Review
This comic is still just action figures being smashed together. At least I kind of liked the art in this issue. It's a wild sort of style, but it's also ill-defined and just wouldn't look very good as an ongoing art team. Read Full Review
Teen Titans "Aftermath" is one bad play after another. Lobdell continues his trademark of sending books to their grave, and this is no different. At this point, I feel like DC needs to drop Teen Titans, run with Titans Hunt, and let Teen Titans lay low for a good while. Read Full Review