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It was a bit too juvenile to really enjoy. I haven't seen Teen Titans in a few years but I don't recall thinking its jokes were lame or its stories were focused toward such a young audience. I mean if the cartoon is for tweens, this feels more like its for young grade schoolers. The art is sometimes a bit lacking as well, sometimes they just don't bother making things proportional (and not for any apparent reason like being chibi) and barely bothered with the faces. The coloring was good though.
Not a huge fan of Teen Titans but I did really like the old cartoon on Saturday mornings. This book reads exactly like the old cartoon, and it's a very fun read. The jokes at the bottom of the pages and throughout were really entertaining and kept you smiling throughout. I forgot how much I loved Starfire's way of speaking, and how funny it can be. This was really fun, must read for Teen Titans fans and though it plays more on the childish side of comics, it's very entertaining!
A book from my childhood that I just had to read before I spring-cleaned it from my bookshelf. Ah, takes me back to when I was a wee little nerd at the local comic book shop, picking up an issue of Teen Titans Go every month. The odd, inconsistent artwork was noticeable even back then. Still, a nice little collection of the first five issues.
This volume of "Teen Titans GO!" offers up the first 5 issues of the DC series. The Titans gulp down almost as much pizza as the Ninja Turtles and the story lines focus a tad more on morals than the action adventure seen on the TV series. The artwork was visibly inconsistent. I think a lot of the illustrators did the characters from the cartoon justice. Although I wasn't a huge fan of "Tim Smith 3" penciling work at all. Overall it is a fun series and I'd definitely consider reading more issues ...more
The combination of superhero action and humour is what makes Teen Titans special. Like most teens, they are in the process of growing up; their antics are what make them so funny. Unlike regular superheroes who are shaped as the "ideal", the titans are made like teenagers who also have superhuman responsibilities. They can be great friends, but quarrelsome, not the most mature, and they have hobbies, like playing video games.
My 10 year old daughter is a Teen Titan fan. She loves all the older episodes and so when I saw this one I knew she would love to read it. Its a bit harder to read comic books on a kindle as the pages don't line up but we plugged through because we just wanted to know what happened. I saw we because I was actually interested in reading this comic too. The artwork was colorful and on point. It was very engaging, funny and enjoyable. I read this via netgalley.
Comic book writer whose credits include the Eisner Award nominated Alison Dare, the YALSA listed Days Like This and Lola: A Ghost Story, as well as Batman: Legends of the Dark Knight, Love as a Foreign Language and Teen Titans Go, which garnered him a Shuster Award.More about J. Torres