I was not completely impressed with this issue. The story pacing went well and I enjoyed the character moments between Beast Boy and Wonder Girl but I found myself confused by the sudden 180 degree turn of Holocaust’s character. He’s portrayed as this nice guy helping his city but at a moments notice he’s a villain again. I find the look into Static’s background interesting but I’m not finding myself caring about the non-Teen Titan characters. I hope Henderson is able to turn this around in the next issue because I’m really interested in Static and really don’t want this arc to bring down his character. Read Full Review
It is really hard to provide a proper verdict on this issue because the quality of the two stories couldn't be more different. Henderson's lead story is beyond bad. It is the epitome of an Avoid It comic and it pains me that I paid $4 for this issue because of it. There is no reason that DC should be printing a story that is so fundamentally flawed nor why one of the company's most recognizable titles should be of this low a quality. The second story, however, is a total Must Read. McKeever and Cinar nailed it and the end result is one of the best stories of the week. So, the bad is so bad that it really does outweigh the good, but only really because of the high cover price. Don't be a sucker like mewait until the Ravager story is released in a trade and get yourself as far from Henderson's abomination of a lead story as quickly as possible. Read Full Review
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