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Mainstays of comic books since the 1960s, and stars of two generations of cartoons, the Teen Titans are morphed into Tot Titans for a series aimed at younger audiences. Adventures that include “welcoming” a new principal, getting a new dog, babysitting younger siblings, and fighting for one’s spot in the playground are told in gag vignettes, most lasting 2-3 pages. The art is pleasantly funky, filled with motion and lively color, but the book as a whole proves a difficult example of audience selection. An in-depth knowledge of current Teen Titans continuity is necessary to distinguish between the massive cast of characters and to understand the relationships between them that many of the punch lines rely on; and references to such obscure touchstones as the movie Fight Club would make this a somewhat bizarre choice for most young readers. For large collections, this would be a good offering for young fans of the Teen Titans cartoon or those readers who are super-hero crazy, but too young for DC’s Adventures titles. Includes games and posters. Preschool-Grade 2. --Jesse Karp
My 4-year old son always wants me to read this to him and tries to read it himself. Great book for young super hero addicts!Published 6 days ago by Sliver111
Such a great series. Think Peanuts with capes. I wish there were more all ages comics around like these that my kids and I could enjoy together.Published 2 months ago by PrincessMama
The kids get a new principal, Robin becomes Nightwing, Supergirl & Blue Beetle join the team & a lot more. Fantastic comic for all ages!Published 2 months ago by Claude Kane III
I ordered this for my 5 year old daughter to introduce her to some of the comic characters. She loves it! So far, she has asked me to read it to her numerous times. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Michael Shawn Hooker
Great for early readers! My daughter is in first grade and can read independently! It's entertaining and helps build fluency by using pictures to help figure out some words!Published 4 months ago by Julie Griffith