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Titans, Vol. 2: Lockdown (The Titans II #2)

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There's a traitor in the Titans' midst, and the entire Titans headquarters is under lockdown until the team can discover which member could betray them. The problem is, there's no real way to investigate, since the traitor is now a sleeper agent! Will they have the strength to take down one of their own? And even more, will they want to?
Paperback, 128 pages
Published September 15th 2009 by DC Comics
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I liked this a little better than the first Collection. Ties in with the overall dC Events and stories going on at the time, like Batman R.I.P. .

It picks up where the first trade ended: The team suddenly has to deal with their former body jumping team mate Jericho, trapped in a crazy clone body - or is Jericho the one going crazy? To not let him escape they have to go into lockdown and suddenly everbody can be a danger...

There were some really satsfying revelations and some really funny story te
So Jericho body jumps into one of the Titans and they're on lock-down in the tower and they have a great security measure which involves each individual going into a locked box and saying a secret that only they know. This, for obvious reasons, gives one of the best pages ever. Raven watches Gossip Girl religiously. Wally apparently kissed someone other than Linda. Kory has god-awful survivor's guilt. And I haven't even gotten to the good stuff.

Roy says, "That wasn't the last time I used heroin
The Titans have a Lockdown because Jericho cannot control his powers. There are some nice character moments, especially the secret questons that prove who they are but the story is not that great.
John Yelverton
A big brawling epic story that would have been even better if it hadn't smacked of "The Judas Contract".
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