Teen Titans #30

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Tony Daniel Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 14, 2005 Critic Reviews: 3
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As a result of the magic wars in Day of Vengeance, the barrier keeping Brother Blood trapped in hell is broken and he's back with some former Teen Titans!

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    Comics Bulletin - Kevin T. Brown Dec 19, 2005

    Finally, about the Captain Carrot story: What can I say? It's fun stuff. And having Scott Shaw! drawing it makes it the perfect comeback, for both he and the good Captain. Let's just hope DC finds a way to make this comeback something of a more permanent nature. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Chubax Chuidian Dec 19, 2005

    My Word: Really fun issue! Nothing too deep (yet) story wise but still a quality book. They could have come up with a better tagline than Back With A Vengeance though. But aside from that, you should have this on your shelves. Read Full Review

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    Comics Bulletin - Shaun Manning Dec 19, 2005

    After slogging through a few dreary issues, Teen Titans has regained its stride, returning to the storytelling that made the title great when it premiered. Geoff Johns gives us stunning characterization, snappy banter, a nasty and powerful villain, and... the unexpected return of classic concepts. Captain Carrot isnt the only long-absent hero to grace this issue; the last page is a shocker. Read Full Review

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