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Paperback Teen Titans: Year One Book

ISBN: 1401267246

ISBN13: 9781401267247

Teen Titans: Year One

(Part of the Titans: Miniseries Series, Teen Titans: Year One Series, and Teen Titans: Miniseries Series)

GROWN-UPS CAN BE A DRAG... ...and crazy. So when the fabled heroes of the Justice League of America begin behaving worse than villains, can these young trainees set things right? Aqualad--the wallflower who wets himself every hour? Wonder Girl--an Amazon who loves too much? Speedy--the impetuous archer smitten with her? Kid Flash--a speedster impatient for the limelight, and everything else? Robin--their leader, still fighting to leave the Batman's...


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4 ratings

It's great!

This story is pretty good. My dad and I love the teen titans and he bought this for me.

Totally pleased!

I've never read any of the Teen Titans series but I've been into comics for quite a while now and I've got to say I loved this book. My only problem with it is that it's the only one! Most of my praise would have to be for the fantastic artwork! I think that the comments about the lack of character development are ungrounded, I was able to get into some characters I knew nothing about before, like Speedy. And I thought it was more mature than the artwork let's in on, I'm 22 and was thoroughly entertained by it. Altogether I found it to be a very fun read and I'm going to have to really look around to find some more like it! I would highly recommend this to someone new to the comic book scene as well as a veteran!

And don't knock her up!

I bought this comic along with X-men emperor vulcan (which really sucks compared to this!), off a crack-head for $5 dollars on the streets of Seattle after seeing Children of Bodom! Now the cover looks kinda kiddie (like a comic of the Teen Titans cartoon), but I would say it's more for teens (Green Arrow tells Speedy not to knock up Wonder-Girl on their date!), but I, at 27, found it really enjoyable. I agree with the other reveiwer that the artwork is great, but disagree that there is no charecter development, I had no idea really who any of these sidekicks were (except Robin, which was the reason I bought this hoping batman shows up, and he does!), but now there characters I have a little fondness for, now I don't know the real history of these characters, or how they they act in other books, except for Tim Drake as Robin. Aqua-lad reminds me of the son of Chucky, from Seed of Chucky, except instead of not knowing if he wants to be a killer, Aqua-lad's not sure he want's to be a super hero, also like the seed of Chucky Aqua-lad wets himself a lot! The first story involves a villan who possess the Teen Titans mentors, so they decide to form a team to help there grown up halves. Then there's a couple side stories, like Speedy and Wonder-Girl going on a date, that just kinda (unlike what the other reveiwer said) build character, and finishes with the enemy from the firt story trying to take his revenge on the Titans. All in all it's a fun read and I wish there was more. I know there are other Teen Titan books but none seem as fun as this. If there is leave a comment on my reveiw and tell me what to check out!

Lots of this, not much of that

Outstanding artwork, but otherwise disappointing. There's just little or no story here--very little character development. And too fragmented. (The strength of the eye candy earned the fourth star.) So while it's something fantastic to look at, it's a throwback to a much simpler style. If a "Year Two" should follow, I hope a little more thought is put into the narrative.
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