Teen Titans #10

Writer: Ben Percy Artist: Khoi Pham, Wade von Grawbadger Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: July 26, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 8 User Reviews: 9
7.7Critic Rating
7.8User Rating

"BLOOD OF THE MANTA" part two! After learning he's the son of the villainous Black Manta, Jackson Hyde is forced to join his father on a journey to find the ocean's greatest treasure-a game-changing weapon that would spell disaster for anyone in Manta's way. Meanwhile, Damian's status as team leader is challenged by Starfire, who recruits Tempest to help track down their missing member! Will the Teen Titans find their friend before Black Manta gains ultimate power?

  • 8.5
    Multiversity Comics - Devon Browning Jul 31, 2017

    Another strong issue with flawless and vibrant art, along with a complex story that introduces a rattling villain that will surely challenge the team of Titans, this is definitely a run that should be on your radar. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    GWW - Percy Waelchl Jul 26, 2017

    Even with the over reliance on Robin and struggles with Starfire's characterization, Percy crafts an engaging team that continues to discover who they are as individuals and who they want to be as a team. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    Comicsverse - Sable Jul 27, 2017

    TEEN TITANS #10 does a good job of keeping up the momentum from the previous issue. Black Manta, who is the villain of this arc, poses the pefect threat for this team. The art, however, is a bit of a let down but could have been worse. Some characters such as Black Manta and Damian are written well, but Raven and Beast Boy continue to be unnecessary background characters. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Batman Universe - Ryan Blair Jul 28, 2017

    Final Thoughts: Overall this was a great issue with a nice origin of how Manta and Lucia met, and delves the mystery deeper of the significance of Aqualads abilities and powers. As always, Percy and Pham make an excellent pair as they continue to put out one of my favorite series of the Rebirth line. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    Comic Book Corps - Eric Butler Jul 26, 2017

    This was an issue that really dived into Aqualads back story and helps build his character. Though the biggest change in rebirth is him being gay, they didn't focus on it and used it as a small factor rather than a defining trait. Similar to Bunker in the New 52, I prefer how they showed it with Aqualad. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Batman-News - Brian Warshaw Jul 26, 2017

    It has its flaws in dialogue and character, but in the series's typical form, Teen Titansrises above those shortcomings and finishes strong. Manta's coldness toward Jackson works particularly well, and with excellent artwork, it's easy to gloss over any problems and enjoy what works. Read Full Review

  • 7.0
    Weird Science - Chris Jul 26, 2017

    Jackson meets his dad and everyone's mad at Robin.  The story is moving along nicely, but the book and characters still feel soulless. Read Full Review

  • 6.5
    We The Nerdy - Aron Pohara Jul 27, 2017

    Teen Titans is still not able to recapture some of the shine it lost since its beginning run; however, it is still an enjoyable book, even with its faults. It is more focused than The New 52 run, even though some art consistency would be appreciated. If you are a fan of Teen Titans, this is a fun read but not a must-have story in pantheon of great Titans titles of the past. Read Full Review

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