Teen Titans #10

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Mike McKone Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Apr 28, 2004

    There are moments when this story looks extremely promising, as there's some grandiose ideas at play in this issue, from the ocean turning to blood, to the skeletal remains of Raven's father Trigon coming to life. However, I find the new Brother Blood to be a bit of a weak villain at the center of this story, and Geoff Johns doesn't exactly help by offering up several reminders that the character is young, and prone to little hissy fits that don't convince me that he's going to be intelligent enough play the mastermind villain this arc seems to need. Still there's are enough character moments that I remain hopeful that Geoff Johns will pull it off, as Impulse remains a highly endearing character in the pages of this issue, and there's a promising looking standoff that looks to be developing in the wings between the characters that knew Raven & look upon her as a friend, and those that didn't who look upon her as a grave danger that might need to be taken down. There's also a nice displ Read Full Review

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