Teen Titans #46 was an incredibly unsatisfactory ending to a rather unimpressive story arc. Adam Beechen takes over as writer of Teen Titans with the next issue. I am less than optimistic about how this title is going to do in his hands. So far, Beechen's addition to the Teen Titans in this Titans East story arc has been a definite minus. I'm afraid that with Beechen and Barrionuevo as the new creative team that the Teen Titans is headed for a serious nose dive in terms of sales numbers. Read Full Review
While Geoff Johns has moved on and is no doubt crafting the next couple years of knock-out storylines with other titles, he will be missed on Teen Titans. This has a been a group of kids that Johns undoubtedly loves and cares for, and his guidance on their journey has been memorable. Unfortunately, this issue does him no justice for the three and a half years that he made this title great. I havent decided whether or not I will return to Teen Titans after this issue. I dont know where they will go without Johns, and Adam Beechen has a massive pair of shoes to fill. Read Full Review
"Titans East" should have been brilliant. It should have been a wonderful sendoff from Johns and Tony Daniel. Instead, it was two issues of goodness, and a second half of letdowns. I'm not sure about Beechen's run on the title after reading this issue. This issue seriously is making me consider about dropping Teen Titans. Read Full Review
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