Teen Titans #24

Teen Titans #24

Writer: Antony Bedard Artist: Ian Churchill, Norm Rapmund Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 14, 2016 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 9 User Reviews: 1
7.7Critic Rating
8.0User Rating

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In this climactic issue, the team is forced to make a decision: continue fighting crime as the Teen Titans...or go their separate ways.

  • 10
    The Batman Universe - Jim Remolde Sep 16, 2016

    We see how Tim affected each of his team mates in very positive ways. Tim acceptance of Miguels sexual identity, his love for his friends, his example to the others, his leadership skills, and his way of making you better than you were. All these are the qualities of Tim Drake that I love and again had failed to see time and time again until these last few issues. I would love to see a Teen Titans run with this Tim Drake at the helm, but unfortunately that does not seem possible now that Damian is set to take command. The fans will have to wait and see where that run goes but for this issue I give it a perfect rating. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Bin - Deejay Dayton Sep 17, 2016

    Power Girl, Raven and Wonder Girl each share memories that flesh out both Tims character, and their own. Considering the series is coming to an end, about to be Rebirth-ed, its with mixed feelings that I note how very interesting the members of the team have become. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weird Science - Reggie Hemingway Sep 14, 2016

    The gang reminisces on a fallen member, and it makes for some touching character moments. Yes, touching character moments! From Teen Titans! I know! I was pretty surprised myself. This series did finish strong with a few issues that showed the Teen Titans acting as a team, and not as a bunch of angry brats, so I shouldn't be so shocked. But they were angry brats almost every other time! When we said we wanted Teen Titans, we didn't mean for them to behave like actual teenagers! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AiPT! - David Brooke Sep 14, 2016

    Teen Titans ends with a sentimental and meaningful goodbye. The characters make their peace and a strong statement is made about how Tim Drake mihgt just be the greatest Robin ever. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Dark Knight News - John Hagmann Sep 14, 2016

    If readers felt Teen Titans #24 had the toneand gravitas offinality – they aren't wrong. Those dynamics teased in the final panels will have to play out in a different book, as #24 is the final issue of the Teen Titans (2016) title. This last issue is a fitting end for the team – with the potential for rebirth, but its future left in suspense. Power Girl's <klik> of the light switch was an appropriate and poignant panel that delicately captured the moment for this iteration of the Teen Titans. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Graphic Policy - Brett Sep 14, 2016

    The comic is good and for fans of this group of Teen Titans, they'll probably enjoy it. It doesn't quite pack an emotional impact, but as a dual prologue and epilogue it works well. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    DC Comics News - Konrad Sep 14, 2016

    This issue alone feels like a good way to pay respects to Red Robin. When read with Detective Comics #940 it is made that much more powerful. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Henchman-4-Hire - Sean Ian Mills Sep 15, 2016

    But even as we try to say goodbye to Teen Titans, I still get to hang my head and sigh one last time. Because this isn't really the finale of Teen Titans, it's an epilogue/tie-in to this week's Detective Comics #940. So despite everything this comic has done for itself after all these years, despite keeping the core team and concept together all this time, Teen Titans doesn't actually get to end on its own merits. The finale is just a follow up to another, much better comic. How embarrassing. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Batman-News - Brian Warshaw Sep 14, 2016

    This is it"my final word on The New 52 edition of Teen Titans. Much like the series as a whole, issue #24 assumes too much reader investment in its characters and prior events. As someone with negative feelings about almost everything in this run, I suspect that any payoff made by this final installment is earned by James Tynion's Detective Comics. That is the book that (finally) gave us a Tim Drake who will be missed. That is the book that makes the mourning friends here look a little less ridiculous. The sweet moments are still sweet, and the creators did alright with the snowballed mess that they inherited (relatively) late in the game, but there still isn't any good reason to go pick this book up. Let Detective #940have the last word on Tim until such time as he gets put back on the board. Read Full Review

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