This book is child friendly, yet there is enough action in this book for adults to be adjusted to also. There is a lot of humor (which made me laugh) in this book, yet it is not as silly as one would expect being an all ages book – credit to the writers. There is a level of innocence within this book, with familiar characters from the DCU which would make some alternative reading especially if you are fans of Teen Titan fan or Young Justice minus the violence. Also you don't have to worry about your kids reading this book! Read Full Review
It's kind of a “same song, second verse” scenario with this book: you always know what you're going to get. It's goofy, usually harmless, and oftentimes great fun. If you're not on board already then nothing will change with this installment, but if you can enjoy laughing at the sillier escapades of favorites like Robin, Starfire, and Cyborg then Teen Titans Go! may just be the book for you. Read Full Review
Teen Titans Go! Chapter29 is a blast for people of all ages. It's bright and colorful and is well written. There are enough jokes that kids will understand while still throwing a few bits that are directed more toward the parents reading this too. It doesn't push the genre forward, but that isn't the point. Sometimes it's just nice to pick up a book and have a little fun without needing an encyclopedia of backstory. Read Full Review
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