Teen Titans #67

Writer: Sean McKeever Artist: Fernando Dagnino Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 28, 2009 Critic Reviews: 1
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The war in Hell has created enough confusion for Brother Blood to escape, and guest star Kid Eternity leads the villain right to the Teen Titans' doorstep! With the recruitment drive still under way, is the team prepared to face this new attack? "The New Teen Titans" part 2.

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    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Feb 4, 2009

    I don't know why this issue left me with such a huge feeling of "meh." Sean McKeever's script isn't bad, though the the plot is a fairly straightforward thing. The presence of three different teleporters makes the switching of locales a little too easy, and the art is competent, but nothing special. Unlike the Wonder Woman issue I covered on the last podcast, this really is a story about the Face of Evil on the cover, but the story isn't actually that compelling. Sebastian Blood should be creepy, but in his sleek superhero-like costume, he's like a long-lost X-Men character, and the depiction of hell is indistinct and more than a bit weird. This issue does the basic "establish the villain and his motivation" bit well enough, but if comics were food, this would be a four-piece McNugget box. There's some meat to be had, but it's mostly processed and shaped into something that is inoffensive, but terribly bland. Overall, Teen Titans of late has been essentially unremarkable, Read Full Review

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