Teen Titans #4

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Mike McKone Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Oct 26, 2003

    Action is truly the name of the game in these early issue, as in addition to some solid usage of plot elements from the Wolfman/Prez era, Geoff Johns has saw fit to offer up some truly impressive shocking twists, and some genuinely harrowing action. This issue opens with Cyborg taking a frightening looking injury at the hands of Deathstroke, and Robin fans will want to give this issue a look as I do believe this marks the first time that Tim has tried his luck against Deathstroke and it's a fairly telling display of how much work Tim has to do before he's going to be able to play with the big dogs. However the real surprise in this issue is the scenes involving Impulse, as this issue seems to have a great deal of respect for the character's abilities, and it offers up two scenes that perfectly capture the speed that Bart is capable of, with the final pages of the issue being a truly wonderful moment for Impulse fans. Plus, given the injury that Deathstroke delivered at the end of issu Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Oct 17, 2003

    McKone is doing his best work on this title, and those climactic scenes are perfectly captured in all their shock and gore. I can't imagine Johns could find a better match to get his stories across, and I'm happy to see this title finally get down to business and move on from troubling notions about motivations and other obligations. Robin puts the younger set's ethos into words all too succinctly: he doesn't like anyone "telling us who we are. I chose to become Robin, nobody picked me." As Konner responds, "I hear that." Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics Bulletin - Tim Hartnett Oct 23, 2003

    And oh look, Eddie Berganza's the editor Read Full Review

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