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eBook Teen Titans: Titans of Tomorrow ePub

by Geoff Johns,Marv Wolfman,Randy Green,George Perez,Mike McKone,Jamal Igle,Sean McKeever

  • ISBN: 1401218075
  • Category: Graphic Novels
  • Subcategory: Funnies
  • Author: Geoff Johns,Marv Wolfman,Randy Green,George Perez,Mike McKone,Jamal Igle,Sean McKeever
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DC Comics (July 15, 2008)
  • Pages: 144
  • ePub book: 1148 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1173 kb
  • Other: lrf azw lit doc
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 635

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Title: Teen Titans Volume 8: Titans of Tomorrow Publisher: DC Writer: Geoff Johns . From there, the proper 'Titans of Tomorrow' story takes place, which essentially serves as a sequel to volume 4 of the series.

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Sean McKeever introduces a new era of the Titans with Teen Titans: Titans of Tomorrow

Sean McKeever introduces a new era of the Titans with Teen Titans: Titans of Tomorrow. In comparison, this new Titans run already seems weaker than the one before, and a number of false starts hasn't helped; that said, McKeever's script doesn't have many egregious problems, and a couple of bright spots do give hope for Teen Titans going forward. Titans of Tomorrow sports a number of art teams, not even counting guest spots by George Perez, Mike McKone, and Todd Dezago in the issue tribute scenes. Of these, I liked Ale Garza's youthful, cartoony art the best.

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Comments

Goltikree Goltikree
I'm loving this run of the Teen Titans! It may sound weird, but this has become one of the few new titles I will continue to buy. I just love the character interactions. There are great tributes to all other titan incarnations. And I don't know what else... can a comic be charismatic? In any case there is an appeal to this book that I can't quite explain. It may be because this stays true to my idea of a superhero book. It also reminds me of the old Spiderman books and Stan Lee's concept of big heroes with real world problems in their personal lives (I know, I know this is a DC book, but still). Only reason I gave 4 instead of 5 stars is my guys are starting to get sucked into the convoluted crossover world of the DC multiverse. I mean it's nice to know my titans are an active part of their world and not taped off in some pocket dimension, but you may start to feel like you missed something in a few parts if you are not keeping up with the money pit of tie-ins... but still my fave book!
Nilasida Nilasida
Indeed I had a huge surprise when I start reading Teen Titans books. The stories are amazing, and this one didn't stay behind.

I like the homage they made for Kid Flash at the begining and the different art they put in the flashbacks.

In general I like the book a whole bunch, but I took one star out (and I was thinking in getting 2 out) because of the end. The two last pages told me something that, as far as I can tell, it won't be used, and if is used at some point... well.... (POTENTIAL SPOILER AHEAD!) I just don't see Tim Drake doing a "bad for good" thing.

Outer than that the book is fun and the price is right. I liked it.
Gholbithris Gholbithris
Good story
Alexandra Alexandra
Title: Teen Titans Volume 8: Titans of Tomorrow
Publisher: DC
Writer: Geoff Johns, Adam Beechen, Marv Wolfman, Todd Dezago
Artists: Randy Green, Mike McKone, George Pérez, Todd Nauck, Alé Garza, Jamal Igle, Eddy Barrows, Joe Prado, Greg Tocchini (pencils), Andy Lanning, Sandra Hope, Marlo Alquiza, George Pérez, Lary Strucker, Derek Fridolfs, Rob Hunter, Julio Ferreira, Oclair Albert, Joe Prado (inks), Rod Reis, Tom Smith, David Curiel (colors)
Collects: Teen Titans #50-54
Price: $14.99

OK, one last Teen Titans review. I know that this series has now been re-launched by writer Judd Winick, but I don't plan on picking up any trades of the new series. This series has let me down too often, as has Judd Winick. After my last read of a TT trade, I didn't know if I would go ahead and read this last trade of the series. Seeing that it featured the future Titans that appeared in Volume 4: Titans of Tomorrow sealed the deal for me. The fourth volume was definitely the best in the series, and I really hoped to see more of that goodness, here.

This trade was simply OK. Not great, not bad. It is plagued by the problems that have been plaguing it from the inception: Too many "clone" characters, a dysfunctional art team (Just how many people does it take to produce five consecutive issues of a comic book monthly? Apparently 31 people, if you include the letterers and editors of this series. Does anyone else find this disturbing?), and characters that don't stay dead when they should.

The two teams (future and present) of Titans that clash in this book are quite different than the ones that clashed the first time around - particularly in the line-up. The future team is made up of Batman (Tim Drake), Wonder Woman (Cassandra Sandsmark), Superman (Conner Kent), Flash (Bart Allen), Red Devil (Ed Bloomberg) and Martian Manhunter (M'Gann M'orzz). The current team is made up of Robin (Tim Drake), Wonder Girl (Cassandra Sandsmark), Kid Devil (Ed Bloomberg), Ravager (Rose Wilson), Miss Martian (M'Gann M'orzz), and Supergirl (Kara Zor-El), though Blue Beetle is practically part of the team, too, as he shows up throughout the story.

In this story, the future Titans come back to steer the present Titans in the direction they believe they should go in order to bring about the future they want to achieve. Also thrown in are a short story about Bart Allen - a sort of remembrance story, as he is dead at the time of this story (Yeah, like that's gonna ever stick!). The Titans also battle Starro, Lobo, and the Titans Army - led by the future Lex Luthor. It's a wild trip. The book is packed with fights between all these characters. Very little actual progression or character development takes place in this story, other than Wonder Girl finally gets over her depression over the death of Super Boy.

I think I'll just end this review here, as saying anything else would just entail repeat criticisms I've had with this series from the get-go. Read it if you want. If you skip it, you're not missing much.

Writing: 5/10
Artwork: 6/10
Cool Factor: 6/10
Overall: 5.6/10
Ziena Ziena
This trade marks the transition from Geoff Johns to Sean McKeever as mainstay authors of 'Teen Titans' (I'll add that I much prefer McKeever, as well as the new Titans lineup, which includes Miss Martian, Kid Devil, Ravager, Blue Beetle, Robin... and that one we all love to hate, Wonder Girl). It starts off with a memorial to Bart Allen (Kid Flash), who has apparently died. Here we get an all-star treatment of the character, with tribute segments by Geoff Johns/Mike McKone (the original team behind the Titans relaunch) and Wolfman/Perez (the heroes of the 80's 'New Teen Titans' classics). These bits were pretty nice, throwing in a bit of old and new (and even a strange 'Tiny Titans' cameo), as well as an excruciatingly embarrassing Miss Martian faux pas.

From there, the proper 'Titans of Tomorrow' story takes place, which essentially serves as a sequel to volume 4 of the series, 'The Future is Now'. The story was a bit patchy, but it was cool seeing how they resolved the future that was shown in volume 4 with the post-Infinite Crisis deaths, as well as the future versions of the new Titans such as Kid Devil.

So overall, a nice installment, though not quite as good as the next book, volume 9 'On The Clock'. Further, if you're wondering what happened to Jericho, who went through so much at the end of the preceding volume 7, as well as the rest of the original Titans who were slowly phased out of this series, you might want to pick up Judd Winick's awesome 'Titans: Old Friends', which resolves all those issues.
Dolid Dolid
A solid story telling effort, if muddied a little by the extragant amount of power ramping of the villains & the overkill use of character name dropping. Where "Teen Titans Vol. 4: The Future is Now" was focused on the individual characters & there personality, this story was just kind of event speculation, without the soul of the previous volume.

Thats not to say that it wasn't a decent read, but don't get you hopes up that its going to be as good as the previous story with these same villains in it.

Overall its not bad, bad the art does let it down a little. Its a little to cartoony for the story.