Teen Titans #7

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Tom Grummett Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 14, 2004 Critic Reviews: 1 User Reviews: 1
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The Teen Titans each take a day to themselves, some with their mentors, others alone, to figure out where exactly they belong. Meanwhile, a new player enters the scene--one with a shocking connection to Deathstroke!

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    Comics Bulletin - Jason Cornwell Jan 23, 2004

    An enjoyable issue that manages to give readers a pretty good summation of the lives that the cast of this book lead when they are away. Now I'm not a big fan of the Silver Age goofiness that is Krypto the super-dog, but then again neither is Superboy, and this in turn allows for some fairly enjoyable little moments as Superboy's cynicism mirrors my own thoughts. The issue also does a pretty fair job of selling Impulse's newfound effectiveness as a hero, as one has to smile at the way he deals with the new Trickster. There's also a fairly interesting little sequence where Robin reflects on his future, and in a rather engaging little twist we see he's not exactly ready to accept becoming a full-time costumed crime-fighter when he grows up. In fact one of the more interesting elements of this book is that the older members of the team act as a bit of a glimpse forward at what the younger cast can expect in their own futures, and that's one of the reasons why I'm a bit disillusioned to se Read Full Review

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