Teen Titans #3

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Mike McKone Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: September 10, 2003 Critic Reviews: 2 User Reviews: 2
7.0Critic Rating
7.5User Rating

A major Teen Titans foe from the past returns to cause trouble for the new team. Plus, someone thinks putting kids in the line of fire is a bad idea--and Starfire and Cyborg agree! It's lockdown for the newest Titans with Deathstroke on the loose.

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Sep 18, 2003

    A big surprise on the final page, combined with the simple fact that I'm a big Impulse fan and as such I'm quite invested in learning what's in store for the character was enough to keep me completely absorbed by the events playing out in this issue. Now my fingers are crossed that Impulse will be back on his feet soon, and that his injury won't hamper him too much, as with Jesse Quick's recent loss of power, Geoff Johns has been a little hard on the secondary speedsters of the DCU. In any event, there's several solid moments in this issue, from the visit to the memorial room in the Tower, to the scene where we learn Robin lied to Starfire, and I have to say that I rather enjoy the sense of continuity that is established between this series and the Wolfman/Prez era. There's also a fairly intriguing subplot involving what looks to be Brother Blood's cult, and I have to say that it's good to see Geoff Johns isn't going to shy away from plot elements that were a key part of the 1980s ser Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Shawn Hill Sep 17, 2003

    And the answer to the moral question posed? Of course the youngsters should join the fight. This is the DC-verse, after all, and they're already among the most powerful and best-trained. It's a foolish waste of resources not to use them, and a missed training opportunity, too. Only together would they have a hope of taking down their foe. Read Full Review

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