Will Pfeifer Kenneth Rocafort Tom King Scott Lobdell
- Title: Teen Titans, Vol. 2: Rogue Targets
- Author: Will Pfeifer Kenneth Rocafort Tom King Scott Lobdell
- ISBN: 9781401261627
- Page: 324
- Format: Paperback
Writer Will Pfeifer CATWOMAN and artists including Kenneth Rocafort SUPERMAN and Alisson Borges BATMAN ARKHAM KNIGHT GENESIS turn the Titans world upside down After saving New York City from a nuclear bomb, the Teen Titans are famous than ever TV appearances, reality shows, tribute bands the sky s the limit for the country s favorite teenage superheroes But wWriter Will Pfeifer CATWOMAN and artists including Kenneth Rocafort SUPERMAN and Alisson Borges BATMAN ARKHAM KNIGHT GENESIS turn the Titans world upside down After saving New York City from a nuclear bomb, the Teen Titans are famous than ever TV appearances, reality shows, tribute bands the sky s the limit for the country s favorite teenage superheroes But when their former teammate Superboy appears out of nowhere, public opinion does a fast 180 It looks to the world like Kon El is responsible for a senseless mass murder, and even Kon himself can t remember what really happened Superboy turns to his friends for help, but not all the Titans are ready to put their blind faith in the Kryptonian clone.Soon, it s Titan against Titan as they struggle to find the truth With the team fractured and their attention divided, will they be able to see the bigger picture Or will the mysterious threat manipulating their loyalties from the shadows get the best of the Teen Titans Collects issues 8 13, TEEN TITANS ANNUAL 1 and DC SNEAK PEEK TEEN TITANS 1.
Recent Comments "Teen Titans, Vol. 2: Rogue Targets"
5 starsNice to see the Teen Titans again!!! What happened with Superboy? Will he be coming back? Hope Manchester Black will be locked up in prison for a very long time. Can't wait to read more Teen Titans comics!!!
DC goes whole hog on vigilante moralizing again, endlessly repeating a terrible mantra of 'we're friends, we're teammates, were Titans!' as if it excuses the explicitly lawless behavior to follow - and this isn't 'Batman investigating criminals' it's 'breaking a legally detained person out of prisone he's my Friend!' type.
Basically the same fight, "What is going on with Superboy?"There's some bleeding Robin problems from Gotham, a BUNCH of random bad guys thrown in, and we don't know what has happened to Black either.
Honestly, this was a bit of a let down. I really enjoyed the beginning of this run and I kind of feel it's gone downhill since that. So, while it was a vaguely entertaining read it was neither captivating nor intriguing soobably just gonna wait till Rebirth is out in paperback before continuing TT.
3/5I'm not a big fan of the constant art styles switching between issues. These comic books are merely okay, but I'm not too big on them.
Manchester Black's characterization makes zero sense. His motivations change from issue to issue. And we still don't know why Superboy did what he did by the end of this book. Just issue after issue of meandering. This book fell very flat to me. The series has not been very good wince Geoff Johns left the book years ago.
Superboy is in trouble, and it's up to the Titans to help a friend out. Or is it? This is a good series that shows the growth of each of the heroes in many different ways, and even brings back an old villian!
I love Teen Titans. This was not good. Hoping the series recovers? I read the previous comics a while back and they were better.
I guess I'm just not a comics person. I want to like them, the stories and art are interestingbut I can't seem to really get into them. With this story I felt like I was missing information. There were references I didn't get and parts of the story that I felt were missing. Maybe I just don't know enough of the DC Comics world?
The Teen Titans shouldn't be boring. I should care about these guys - I used to. And I like some of them individually, but it's like their characters aren't as bright as I remember. I guess I would keep reading it, if I had nothing else to do. But this isn't a series I feel like I need to keep up on.
I mostly had no idea what was going on, which was annoying, and I'm not new to this universe. but I feel like the story was sooo choppy that info was missing between issues, not just from other story lines that I may have missed. meh. art was pretty, especially the clean pencils and the color palettes. not my fav, but not a train wreck either.
I can barely stand to read this book series any more. The very concept of the Teen Titans being pitted against each other is appalling, but Manchester Black is way too adult of a villain to be added to this book series.
Ok, this volume was a bit more interesting and the art has really, really grown on me and it isn't just the pencils. The ink and coloring are absolutely important to the end result. I'm kind of miffed that the remaining two volumes won't be released for a hot minute.
This was much better than the first volume, but still not amazing. It's good to see some past Titans in this. The story also answered some questions and fill in some plot holes (or just crummy plot) from the previous Teen Titans run. This was good enough that I'll probably do another Volume.
Muy buen volumen. Me encantan las historias de los titanes y esta no se queda atras.Con visualizaciones al pasado esta serie nos da muchas razones por las cuales hay que seguir leyendo a los titanes.Puntaje: 4,7 estrellas.
Confusing story line and not a well carried out plot idea in general. Still love Teen Titans, this was just like reading a badly written fanfiction. Overly complex with too many powers thrown into the mix for no reason.
Public library copy. This was awful, the book artistically looked like it was dialed back from the 90s. The character designs were terrible as was the plot, I've no idea how or why readers supported this title beyond 8 issues.
It's a fine book, the ending is a little choppy for me though.
Not too good. Art a mixed bad. Story somewhat confusing. Not what I was looking for with the Teen Titans.
This specific volume was lacking, but not enough to make me stop reading this series.
This holds no interest for me. I just want them to be a team and do what the Teen Titans do.
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