Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day #2

Writer: Judd Winick Artist: Ale Garza Publisher: DC Comics Critic Reviews: 1
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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jun 11, 2003

    I want to like this miniseries, I've been an avid Titans fan for my entire comic reading life, and Young Justice was a consistently enjoyable title, with a cast I've become quite fond of. However, the simple fact of the matter is that this miniseries is simply an attempt to make some noise by killing off a few characters, while offering up a paper-thin plot. It also doesn't help that the primary threat is so unimposing that the book looks to drop her in favor of a more impressive opponent in the final pages. Now I'll give the book credit for delivering a fairly shocking moment in the final pages, as we learn something isn't what it appeared to be, and a curious Titan gets herself killed when she moved in to investigate. However, the book is still an unimaginative exercise, where it's clear Judd Winick's main method of handling such a large cast of characters is to have most of them standing around doing little more than watch the plot advance without taking any steps to involve themsel Read Full Review

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