Teen Titans TP Vol 01 A Kids Game Paperback – 29 Jul 2005
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This is by far one of the most delightful reads in recent memory, and it certainly washes the bad taste of the New 52 Teen Titans out of my mouth.
The villain is a strangely sympathetic peace of twisted human nature. Everything Deathstroke does in this arc has a kind of surreal, chilling logic to it.
The artwork is simply sublime, simultaneously intricate and simple, it meets in that perfect middle ground between cartoons and anime, and doesn't let over complex artwork distract us from the story.
If the 2003 animated series was your first encounter with the Teen Titans, I say check this book out, it's visually distinct but has the same optimism to its storytelling to create something so energetic. In addition, it also features the addition of Superboy and Kid Flash for all you Young Justice fans. I would recommend this to those either new to the team, or comics in general, as it really showcases the energy of the medium and adds a lot of depth to what could have been a title plagued by mediocrity.
Geoff Johns knows all that's needed to make a book great is some TLC, and if you're just into comics for some genuine high-octane fun, pick up a copy and just enjoy.
This volume defied my expectations and had decent art and an okay story (mainly being a 'form a new team' style story, as expected) but the main draw of this series are the characters. Each character is fleshed out within the 150 or so pages decently, with many references to past events (if you get confused, just try to look up what they're referencing online) seeming to have led to the characters being who they are now.
So I definitely recommend picking this one up (at a decent price!) and seeing how you feel about it.
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Bought as a gift for my 14 year old daughter. As such, I haven't read it and so can't really comment on the story quality. Read morePublished 18 months ago by silver1405
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