Teen Titans #26

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Tony Salvador Daniel Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 20, 2005 Critic Reviews: 1
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Feeling empty after recent events, Superboy goes on a soul-searching journey into his past and possible futures with an unlikely guide: Raven.

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Aug 13, 2005

    I've never encountered Tony S. Daniel's work before this issue though I've certainly heard about the buzz that his work for Image and Dark Horse was generating, and I have to say based on his work on this issue I'd have to say the attention was well deserved, as he's a very solid artist with a firm grasp on the fundamentals. I mean his characters are really quite expressive as there's a lovely sequence in this issue where the art is called upon to sell Raven's own torment, and the art does a lovely job of it. There art also does some nice work on the scene where we get a brief look at Batman and Superman's conversation, as how can one not be impressed by the sheer intensity etched on the faces of both characters. The action sequence also have a nice sense of impact to them with the panel where Superboy knocks his tormentor through the Titan's Tower being my personal favourite visual moment. Nice cover image as well even if it does serve to spoil the elements that might've been consider Read Full Review

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