Teen Titans #18

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Mike McKone Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: November 17, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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Face to face with themselves ten years from now, the Teen Titans make a pact that doesn't bode well for the future. Now they must find a way home, before the Titans of Tomorrow catch up with them! "Titans Tomorrow" part 2.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Nov 30, 2004

    Mike McKone is a great artist who has a clear understanding of all the basic elements of good comic book art. His characters sport a wealth of emotional reactions from the look of evil anticipation on the faces of the future Titans as they break through the wall to confront Deathstroke, to Robin's look of anguish as he wakes up in the new Batcave. The art also does an effective job when it comes to the action, as the graveyard battle between Robin and his future counterpart has a wonderful sense of urgency to it, and it's pretty clear from the outset that Robin has no chance of winning this fight. I also rather enjoyed the design elements of the Flash Museum, as the art does a great job of selling the idea that they've turned the entire city into a museum. The design elements of the last page were also nicely done, with the changes that were made to Cyborg being my personal favourite. Read Full Review

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