There have been a few different groups bearing the name or something similar, as DC has canceled and relaunched the series as well as their entire Universe several times. A team book at its heart, the Teen Titans are an ever-evolving team with a rotating roster where the interactions among the members are just as intriguing as the villains they go up against. While initially popular, the series was canceled at issue 43 in which turned into a nearly 4-year long hiatus with a short-lived Bronze Age revival attempt from issues
From the very first moment that she joined the rest of the DC Universe in Brave and the Bold 60 a Teen Titans tryout issue she was a vital part of the team, despite actually only being a projection of the adult Wonder Woman in her home comic. Over the years a succession of writers has tried to retrofit the character into a semblance of logic without much success. This volume collects the latest attempt to validate her existences, reprinting her last major stories just prior to the DC Infinite Crisis storyline which reset everything.
DCs hottest new teams collide in an explosive one-shot! Following the events of The Insiderscrossover, a villain from the Titans past returns with a plan for revenge on former Titans! Plus, whats the deal with the crazy Titan who calls herself the Jokers Daughter? This leads to the discovery of a Wildebeest Society clone, and the fact that Cyborg was kidnapped also.
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The Justice League is a bunch of pushovers. The Teen Titans are just kids. When the DC Universe calls for a more
This one-shot is a bit like of of those cost saving episodes of a television series where we receive a series of clips from the old episodes that are inter-cut by some new material of the cast lamenting days gone by. Now yes this is all new material that hasn't been offered up before, but it's certainly ground that has been gone over quite thoroughly in the monthly titles with the only real new insight coming from a brief little scene with Metamorpho where we learn his problem is rather serious. Now the scene where Thunder has it out with her father was fairly interesting, and since I'm a big Impulse fan the brief little scene with Bart held my attention, but in the end this was a thirty page story where precious little actually occurred that hadn't already been set in stone in the pages of the monthly titles.
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I still read Wizard when I could, but my actual exposure to comics was very different than it had been. And then at some point in my junior or senior year, I discovered that a nearby hobby shop sold comics. I think the two I started reading were Runaways and Outsiders. Not bad choices, if I do say so myself.