Featuring an "Origins and Omens" backup story! It's Titans vs. the JLA! In the aftermath of DCU: DECISIONS #4, the JLA wants Jericho, but the Titans don't give up on one of their own. In the end, though, it looks like they'll lose another member!
Personally, if this team loses Dick, possibly Wally and possibly Roy(depending on the validity of that glimpse into the future), I don't know how interested I'd be in continuing to collect this series. The group of Raven, Cyborg, Donna, Beast Boy and Starfire isn't exactly a team I'd be very interested in following. Read Full Review
Porter did a decent job visually this issue, although hesnot my favourite artist. His characters are not very appealing to me. However,he told the story correctly and did not confuse me as reader, by focusing onthe good storytelling. Read Full Review
In all, this book doesn't feel like it's found its niche. The conflict with the JLA did nothing to help carve out that niche, even though that seemed to be Winick's intent. Largely forgettable, this book weighs in as a placeholder for the real battle with Jericho in a few months. Read Full Review
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