Teen Titans #52 was an absolute gem. I am so impressed with McKeever's work on his debut story arc. I was extremely skeptical that any writer would be able to follow Johns' large footsteps on this title. And I was even more skeptical when McKeever was tapped for the writer position since I had never heard of him. Read Full Review
As far as the art is concerned, Jamal Igle's otherwise competent pencils are severely hurt by three different inkers. If you're like me, and you can't always tell what it is exactly that an inker does, flip through this comic and take a look at how vastly different Igle's art looks from page to page. Let's get a regular art team on here already, DC. Read Full Review
While not as good as the Must Read first part, this follow up is still good and it's always fun seeing future evil versions of heroes. While I feel the entire story will end up being great, this issue on its own came off a bit short of the bar set by the first part, so only gets a Check It rating. Read Full Review
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