Teen Titans #35

Writer: Adam Glass Artist: Bernard Chang Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: October 16, 2019 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 11 User Reviews: 8
7.4Critic Rating
7.6User Rating

The Teen Titans' traitor is finally revealed as all their scheming finally comes to a head! How will the team deal with the betrayal, and to what end are the traitor's plans? Worse, will the previously secret Teen Titans team finally be exposed to the world? This house of cards is about to come crashing down...and one of the Teen Titans will pay the ultimate price!

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Steve Ray Oct 16, 2019

    Teen Titans #35 isn't just another great issue in this brilliant run, it's also another solid chapter in the "Year Of The Villain" arc. Unlike other DC books (which I won't name, as that's another reviewer's job) this title can be enjoyed as part of the meta narrative, but also works great at just telling the story of this terrific team of Teen heroes. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Dark Knight News - Sam McTernan Oct 17, 2019

    Glass is the master of twists and turns. His ability to keep shocking is masterful and entirely unpredictable. I always assume it can't get better, and then it does. Usually the month long wait for your next comic book fix is too long, but with Teen Titans by Adam Glass, you kind of need it to process everything. Chang and Maiolo's art delivers as usual, and the great visuals go hand in hand with the intense storytelling. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Book Legion - Tom Zimm Oct 25, 2019

    Teen Titans continues to be one of the best books DC is publishing currently. The exchanges between characters are emotional and authentic. The solutions are not easy to identify, which feels like real life. I highly recommend this book to fans of the Teen Titans and DC Comics. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    AIPT - Chris Showalter Oct 23, 2019

    Teen Titans #35 sticks the landing on the traitor storyline. Although it could have benefitted from more foreshadowing, the reveal is made meaningful by great character work. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Weird Science - Eric Shea Oct 16, 2019

    Even with his heel turn last issue, Roundhouse and his morals shine in this issue, while he spotlights what's wrong with the Teen Titans.  The art is great and while I wish we could spend more time with what we're dealing with here, it looks like we're going off to another round of the Year of the Villain next month, which is actually kind of disappointing for how personal and intimate this issue felt.  Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    ComicBook.com - Matthew Aguilar Oct 16, 2019

    Teen Titans continues to be one of the darker books in DC's lineup, but it's using that darker subject matter in some interesting ways, and that's why it should end up on your pull-list. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Newsarama - Kat Calamia Oct 18, 2019

    Although some of the characters' features still feel overexaggerated, Teen Titans #35 does a beautiful job at giving an emotionally raw narrative to Roundhouse allowing him to become much more than the comic relief. Read Full Review

  • 7.9
    Comic Watch - Matt Meyer Oct 23, 2019

    This book truly returns to form this issue, layering on the drama and unpredictability that its earlier issues were so great at. These may not be your dad's Teen Titans, but they're without a doubt the best iteration of the team since the halcyon Geoff Johns days. Read Full Review

  • 7.5
    GWW - Deron Generally Oct 16, 2019

    Bernard Chang delivers some great art in this issue. There are some awesome visual moments throughout including a dark scene that sends a character down his dark path and a brilliantly done fight scene between characters. Read Full Review

  • 4.5
    Batman-News - Matina Newsom Oct 16, 2019

    Teen Titans did some good things this issue. For all the insanity it took to get them there, the team started to talk about how they're operating, and some grievances were aired. Read Full Review

  • 1.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield Oct 16, 2019

    Why was the team getting on Emiko's case for assassinating a mass-murdering supervillain? These kids seem to be racking up the body counts and war crimes by the issue, and not only is there no one to root for, it's getting harder to see Damian in other titles without being reminded of what a monster he is here. Read Full Review

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