The New Teen Titans, Vol. 4

The New Teen Titans Vol Writer Marv Wolfman CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS and artist George Perez FINAL CRISIS LEGION OF THREE WORLDS Avengers craft a timeless story starring Robin Kid Flash Wonder Girl Cyborg Changling Ra

  • Title: The New Teen Titans, Vol. 4
  • Author: Marv Wolfman George Pérez
  • ISBN: 9781401260859
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • Writer Marv Wolfman CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS and artist George Perez FINAL CRISIS LEGION OF THREE WORLDS, Avengers craft a timeless story starring Robin, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl, Cyborg, Changling, Raven and Starfire a group of young individuals with great powers and strong personalities When Cyborg s ex girlfriend is murdered, Robin, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl and RaveWriter Marv Wolfman CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS and artist George Perez FINAL CRISIS LEGION OF THREE WORLDS, Avengers craft a timeless story starring Robin, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl, Cyborg, Changling, Raven and Starfire a group of young individuals with great powers and strong personalities When Cyborg s ex girlfriend is murdered, Robin, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl and Raven must search for answers deep within a terrifying cult Their hunt for the truth brings them face to face with the Church of Blood, forcing them to fight for their freedomd their lives Plus, see what threats Starfire and the rest of the Titans must face while the team looking into the Church of Blood is away.Collects NEW TEEN TITANS 21 27 and NEW TEEN TITANS ANNUAL 1.

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    1. Kickin' it old school with the Teen Titans. At the time, this was the best selling comic book on the rack and you can see why. Wolfman and Perez's Titans feel like a family, with team members that would sacrifice themselves for one another. Perez's art in this book really shows why he was the top comic artist of the time. The art is exquisitely detailed.In this book, we get our first glimpses at Brother Blood and Adrian Chase (who would later become Vigilante). Then the Titans head to space to r [...]

    2. After fizzling out a bit in The New Teen Titans, Vol. 3, Wolfman and Perez are back with a vengeance in volume 4, showing the creativity and the characterization that really made The New Teen Titans great.That starts off with the introduction of Baron Blood (21-22), another of the classic New Teen Titans villains and an intriguing one for his mysterious backstory and his unconventional goals. Tying this character in to Vic's own backstory is another example of how Wolfman was so effective at mak [...]

    3. This paperback collection of New Teen Titans takes up after the end of the NTT Omnibus Vol 1. A good portion of the book involves intergalactic travels back to Starfire's home planet, where the Titans encounter the Omega Men and Starfire's evil sister Blackfire. This multi-part story had tons of action in it. This adventures is bookended by the Titans's first clash with Brother Blood and a two-parter that addresses the problem of teen runaways. Sometimes Wolfman's dialog gets a bit too melodrama [...]

    4. The series continues to push the character development and increased the quality of the story in this volume. The Starfire story was emotional and wonderful to see the omega men guest starring and the last story of drug addiction was powerful too.

    5. Somewhere in a box in storage, I have all of these issues of The New Teen Titans. I planned to get to them eventually, but in the meantime, I found this volume at the library.There were three story lines covered in this volume: Brother Blood, the kidnapping of Starfire, and Runaways (not the Marvel series, obviously).Brother Blood is the leader of a massive cult (reminding me of Hydra in the Marvel Universe in reach), and is quite adept at manipulating the press to make black white and white bla [...]

    6. This picked up a bit from the last volume, but slowed down, too. One thing I hadn't realized was that Marv was heavily inspired by Kirby. I guess most comic book writers were, but there were some very Kirby-like ideas in this one.Anti-drug stories don't always hit for me. This was both hit and miss, but I'm sure it would have been more meaningful with a younger TT cast. Nice to see Dick and Kory coming together. And the first appearance of Terra makes me all kinds of ready for the next storyline [...]

    7. The teens are it again, problems with Brother Blood, Starfire being kidnapped leads the team to much hullaballoo in outer space, and to come back just in time to deal with runaways and drug, along with the introduction of Terra. Great Wolfman/Perez era that makes me so happy with great storytelling and visuals.

    8. Collects the Blackfire vs. Starfire and Runaways plot arcs. Having both a DC Universe meta story coupled with an excellent period piece from the 1980s was a welcoming change from the longer Teen Titans narratives. Well drawn like the rest of the series and a thoroughly enjoyable read.

    9. Hlavny pribeh cista poctiva akcia. Posledne dva zosity silne poznacene socialnou problematikou, konkretne problemom utekov mladych z domu. Postavy uz perfektne prepracovane, Perezova kresba fakt dobra.

    10. So far, this one is intense and crazy. Some of it not appropriate for Inara, but we're enjoying it anyways.

    11. This volume collects issues that ended the 2nd year of this title and started the 3rd, issues that I bought off the shelves back in the early 80s. While nostalgia might play a part in my enjoyment of the material, I think it holds up as an example of really good super-hero comics. The stories include an adventure in space to rescue Starfire from her sister and The Citadel and a two-parter about teenage runaways that get caught up in the drug trade. Seeds are sewn for future stories and there is [...]

    12. we meet Brother Blood, we go to outer space and fight along the OMEGA MEN, . then the runaways two parter. this is comics firing on all cylinders! SIMPLY THE BEST!

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