Titans #13

Titans #13

Writer: Sean McKeever Artist: Angel Unzueta Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: May 13, 2009 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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"Deathtrap" part 4! The Titans, Vigilante and now the Teen Titans all get roped into Jericho's insane plot. Can their combined forces halt their foe's master plan? This riveting crossover concludes in VIGILANTE #6!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cohen May 15, 2009

    In the end this is poor planning on DCs part and with Mckeever leaving the title soon, maybe things will get better (or maybe he left because he knows things are going to get worse). All I know is that this is terrible, do not buy this, you will be disappointed and even angered, just wait for both Teen Titans and Titans to get solid writers and Vigilante to actually do something before picking up any of these titles. You may even want to be cautious with the trade, depending on how much money it is. The only thing that gives this a rating higher than a 0 is the hope that either Cyborg or Deathstroke will beat Jericho senseless. You might want to flip through the next "Deathtrap" issue just to see him get what he deserves (I know I will). Read Full Review

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    Weekly Comic Book Review - DS Arsenault May 14, 2009

    I think the Titans need Cyclops to be in charge. Put Scott Summers in charge of Power Pack, tie one hand behind his back, and he still would have outsmarted Jericho three issues ago. Batman could have done it by himself. So could Dr. Light, Shadow Lass , and pretty much anybody telepathic, or whose costume includes opaque goggles, or anyone who is willing to poke Jericho in the eye. Read Full Review

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    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza May 14, 2009

    I am beside myself that the Titans corner of the DCU has deteriorated to this storyline. It makes "Titans Hunt" look like "Judas Contract" by comparison and makes "Judas Contract" look untouchable and unmatchable. I've covered the first four parts of "Deathtrap" through the three titles it has touched, hoping against hope that the story would get better. It hasn't and I don't see it happening any time too soon. Do yourself a favor and avoid this title at all costs. If you're compelled to spend money on something Titans-related this week, ask your comic shop retailer to guide you to the back issue bins or copies of "Teen Titans Go!" The Titans deserve better than this, I just hope DC can figure it out. Read Full Review

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