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Teen Titans, Vol. 15: Prime of Life (Teen Titans III #15)

3.58 of 5 stars 3.58  ·  rating details  ·  99 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Strange disappearances on an archeological dig prompt Wonder Girl's mother to ask the team for help. However, when the Teen Titans get there, they find they will have to defeat an ancient menace to free the ones they love. With new teammate Solstice at their sides, the teenaged heroes must drive demonic forces from our world or be conquered!
Paperback, 200 pages
Published April 17th 2012 by DC Comics (first published April 1st 2012)
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The last of Teen Titans before Flashpoint. The book has spent a lot of time struggling with weak rosters, and it just figures that they'd finally get a good one together at the end of the run. I'll be honest, neither story did much for me, and I was far less than thrilled to see the return of Superboy Prime. At least here he acted like a character instead of stand in for fanboy stereotypes everywhere. If the stories had been as solid as the character work, this would have easily been a four star ...more
This Teen Titans series has been a mixed bag for me. It went from amazing stories to simply hard to get through. Granted, when DC killed off Superboy, made Robin change his name and attitude and took away Kid Flash, the writers had a lot to deal with. This final collection gives us the Teen titans reunited into the team they were when this newest series started and shows their final adventures before the universe is rebooted.
I enjoyed both story lines in this collection, but it didn't blow me aw
This volume averaged 3 stars, but I bumped it up for Nicola Scott's art and some nice character interaction.

Overall Teen Titans volume 3 was pretty mixed. Like a lot of team stories, it was the strongest when the characters and their interactions were the strongest. It underwent a lot of lineup changes (both in character and in creative teams) and that really impacted the overall quality. In particular there were a lot of issues in the middle that were a chore to get through and a lot of wasted
This is the final Tern Titans collection before the new 52. In the first story we are introduced to a new team member Solstice. Theteam helps her defeat a Hindu God and save her parents. The second story is Prime of Life. In this story Superboy Prime comes back to San Francisco with a new Legion of Doom made up by Sungirl, Headcase, The Persuaded, Zookeeper, Inertia, and Indigo. As the battle continues more former Titans show up to help and we get one line that ties this whole series together "L ...more
Jun 18, 2014 Mike rated it 2 of 5 stars
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I really liked Solstice, which doubled my 2 stars.
I read the single issues (#93-100) instead of the trade edition. These were the last issues of Teen Titans before the series was rebooted for the new 52.

There were two stories in this volume the first had the team trying to find Solstice's missing parents. It resulted in the team fighting against a demonic force.

The second story had the team trying to stop Superboy-Prime.

I thought the writer did a wonderful job on these stories because they were well written, fast paced and full of action.

A strong finish. I must say I never expected this title to draw on the Ramayana! That was a pleasant surprise.

I'll note that I may be biased towards liking this volume because Raven is my favourite Teen Titan and I was pleased with her story arc. :)
Anne Barwell
Nice art work and enjoyable storyline. Good to see past and present Titans come together in the last story and am intrigued with new team member, Solstice.
Public library copy.
Not as interesting as the T.T. book that came before featuring the same creative team when Damian Wayne was a team member.
John Yelverton
Another wonderful addition to this book series. It's just a shame that this will be the last one.
Mike McDevitt
These stars are for Nicola Scott's beautiful art and a kiss that made me happy in the finale.
This would have been 3 stars but the art pushed it up to 4, especially the Nicola Scott pages.
This book wasn't my favorite teen titans books but it wasn't the worse
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