Teen Titans, Vol. 9: On the Clock

Teen Titans, Vol. 9: On the Clock #2020

Teen Titans Vol On the Clock It s The Teen Titans vs The Clock King and his Terror Titans in this new trade paperback collecting TEEN TITANS
  • Title: Teen Titans, Vol. 9: On the Clock
  • Author: Sean McKeever Jamal Igle Eddy Barrows Jimmy Palmiotti Ruy Jose Rob Hunter
  • ISBN: 9781401219710
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s The Teen Titans vs The Clock King and his Terror Titans in this new trade paperback collecting TEEN TITANS 55 61.
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      Published :2019-04-11T13:25:57+00:00

    272 Comment

    Not a bad Teen Titans book, but nowhere near as good as Geoff Johns s run A lot of emphasis maybe too much on relationship drama, but the appearances of Clock King and the Dark Side Club were highlights.

    The Titans aren t just a team, not just a group of friends, but they are a family And just like any family, especially one made up entirely of teenagers, there are going to be some bumps and bruises along the way With Supergirl leaving on the first page, to friction between Blue Beetle and Kid Devil, to relationship issues with Robin and Wonder Girl, and Miss Martian struggling with her personal demons the current Titans are experiencing some cracks in the team This creates the perfect in for th [...]

    The subtitle On The Clock only vaguely makes sense The Titans fight back against an attack from the Clock King and his Terror Titans If I led a team of villains, I d think twice about parroting the name of a hero team That d paint a big target The words on the back cover, Divide and Conquer, make sense The team doesn t spend much time active heroing, but instead is a target for villains Sean McKeever repeats his old trick of splitting the team up and focusing on individual characters, but it wo [...]

    Feh Lots of bickering, an unimpressive villain team and I don t think the Darkside Club from Grant Morrison s Seven Soldiers miniseries works well in the main DCU In fairness, no worse than a lot of by the numbers comics I have in my collection but it s a big collection so that s not much of a compliment.

    Really enjoyed this Yes I know the plot is a little derivative, but McKeever writes great snappy dialogue, gives all his characters district personalities, and tells a breezy, fun story that moves along at a fair click The artwork was also top notch, bright, clean, and clear, perfect for the story and characters Made me want to seek out , which is the biggest compliment of all

    This iteration of the Titans just seems to be loosing steam at this point in the run Not a bad book, just nothing memorable.The most shocking turn, perhaps, is that Kid Devil can actually be a character and not a punchline.Worth reading as a good story if you ve followed Titans to this point, but not worth seeking out on its own.

    Didn t we just do this story With the Titans being suddenly targeted by an outside force while the team falls apart due to a lack of trust Why, yes, we did, in the previous volume And the one before that, as well I m hoping for something different in the next volume.

    McKeever really grows into the Titans with this volume, which features great characterization for Ravager and Kid Devil and a terrific fight against the Terror Titans, who seems like interesting characters themselves

    Kind of haphazard collection, the consistency of storyline was somewhat difficult to follow But M Gann s double identity was interesting and Ravager was a hilarious mean girl, but I wouldn t want to cross her.

    Review by C.M Great heroes with great action, but they also had problems they had to face.

    The terror titans go after the teen towns Bog standard bad guys There s an interesting subplot with Megan and Ravager but nothing else stands out A good read.

    Okay, I m seriously ready for a Titans storyline that isn t about Titans not trusting each other.Also, Ravager is awesome Why the hating

    Thought about giving it two stars because the titans don t trust each other random team of enemies showing up stuff is quickly getting old, but it had a few good moments so I bumped it up.

    The new writer is doing the current roster justice Unfortunately, this marks the end of what I have been able to find thus far.I ll be keeping an eye out for the rest of this line for sure.

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