Titans #31

Writer: Eric Wallace Artist: Fabrizio Fiorentino Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: January 12, 2011 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 2
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The Atom and the Justice League guest-star as Ray Palmer comes to some dark conclusions regarding Ryan Choi's murder. Meanwhile, the Tattooed Man must finally decide what kind of man he is when Deathstroke hands him his son's killer, while Osiris has already chosen his path in bringing back his sister Isis but what will Osiris do when he runs into Shazam?

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    Comic Book Resources - Doug Zawisza Jan 12, 2011

    "Titans" is no more worthy of the title following this issue than it was before, but this run of "Titans" certainly has a theme it is running with. I still find no redeeming qualities to any of these characters, but given the final page reveal and the stories set in motion here, I am growing more intrigued by this series with each issue. I just wish it weren't so gory. Read Full Review

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    A Comic Book Blog - Wayland Jan 19, 2011

    As I've said before, this book has many of my personal favorite characters, and is falling further and further in my estimation. This was just a gore fest of messy murders. I was half hoping Richards wouldn't kill Slipknot, but he did so, violently. I wonder what vengeance Cheshire would possibly have in the future- Prometheus, behind the plan that killed her daughter, is dead; Electrocutioner, who threw the switch, as it were, is dead; and the man she thinks responsible for her son's death is also dead. I also note that the last page has the caption of "Why is Captain Marvel in Philadelphia? Find out in Shazam #1." The answer, of course, is that he isn't- Freddie has been called Shazam for a while now, and never just Captain Marvel. Nice job, guys. Read Full Review

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