Teen Titans #15

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Tom Grummett Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 8, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The "Beast Boys and Girls" finale introduces the Titans' newest villain: the enigmatic Zookeeper. In order to help those around him, Beast Boy must make a decision between his past and future!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 14, 2004

    First off I have to say Ed McGuinness is normally a solid artist, but his cover for this issue is a little too cartoonish, and as a result it lacked the visual punch that it could've had. As for the interior art Lary Stucker inking style doesn't mesh all that well with Tom Grummett's more realistic style, but the art does a solid job when it comes to the final bout as the parade of animal attacks were well presented, and the chaotic nature of the battle was never a problem. There's also some impressive big impact moments in this issue from the scene where Cyborg first discovers he's battling a shape-shifter, to the double-page shot later in the issue where Beast Boy joins the battle. There's also a nice shot of Robin making his return to the costumed hero game, and the final panel of the issue does a pretty effective job of selling the idea that time travel is a painful looking process. Read Full Review

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