I really like this first volume of Teen Titans (the New 52). It introduces all (or maybe most of) the members of Teen Titans. It is not entirely in-de...moreI really like this first volume of Teen Titans (the New 52). It introduces all (or maybe most of) the members of Teen Titans. It is not entirely in-depth about everyone's histories, but certainly that will come later. There are several problem makers for the Teen Titans which make an appearance. I expect more will be seen of them in following volumes.
The main villain that takes center stage in this volume is evil organization Project Nowhere. To combat this threat the Teen Titans are formed. The Titans consist are Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Solstice, Kid Flash, Skitter, Bunker, Superboy and a couple of other characters.
(view spoiler)[There is also an appearance by Virgil Hawkins. I had not heard or seen him since the cartoon Static Shock. That got me a bit nostalgic. Later if he joins the Teen Titans as Static Shock it would be awesome. If not it's fine. I still love that he showed up. (hide spoiler)]
I think I have seen Red Robin in cartoons, but everyone else is new to me in Teen Titans. So I did some research. (Mainly when the characters first made an appearance. A lot of them are new and some have been around a bit longer. Anyway, didn't mean to go off topic. It's just all so interesting to me.)
Already I have characters that I really like. They are Kid Flash and Solstice. The artwork and story of their meeting was my favorite part volume one.
This is the first Batman comic I've read. I really liked it. The storyline was easy to follow despite my lack of knowledge of other issues. (view spoi...moreThis is the first Batman comic I've read. I really liked it. The storyline was easy to follow despite my lack of knowledge of other issues. (view spoiler)[This is centered around the villain Hush, his story and how it connects to Batman. Maybe a bit of research prior to reading this will help introduce anything or anyone unknown. I don't want to give anything away, but my favorite thing in Batman: Heart of Hush were the use of quotes.(view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)](hide spoiler)](less)