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Teen Titans Go! (Book 1): Truth, Justice, Pizza! Paperback – November 1, 2004
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I checked it out and I was actually suprised. In a good way.
Now, don't check this out for an action pumped, well thought out, continuing plots full of danger and mayham. The comic is just humor and nothing more (ok, with a touch of action here and there), and wiether your turned off by the cheezy humor *knock knock jokes, lame puns* or the different sets of art styles *sometimes looked real off* or something like that, I still recomend a look at the least. The plots arn't meant to be the best and the jokes may not be to great, but the artwork looks great, the dialog fits well, and even though they arn't the best, the plots still intertained me.
Names of chapters and plots below:
The books split of five storys, none having anything in common with the last or next.
First chapter: Demo.
The Hive students Gizmo, Jinx and Mamoth take on the titans, in a way that is.
Second chapter: The Beast Boy Who Cried Wolf.
The title pretty much says it all. After all his pranks, who's going to believe him when trouble really hits?
Third chapter: Lame.
Cyborg is a great hero, but he doesn't think so after hearing some comments made by certain civilians and seems real down in the dumps by it. What will it take for him to get back to his old self?
Fourth chapter: My Crummy Valentine.
Starfire is curious about this holiday and in turn Cyborg and Beast Boy get Robin to take her out. What could be a great night out is spoild by the Puppet King.
Fifth chapter: Monster Zit.
Ravin gets a zit and the Titans try everything they can to help, though it turns out to be more of a problem....(Personally my least favorite)
I would have givin it a lower score due to some small things like the character personality tweaks here and there and...well, aside from some off art styles, and Robin being addressed from time to time as "Robie", thats the only thing that bugged me, but then again it didn't bother me to much.
The storys and art made me smile, so 5 out of 5.
The TTG! comics are entertaining for someone who is already a fan of Teen Titans, and many find them quite enjoyable, but I prefer the animated series by a longshot. DO NOT introduce yourself to Teen Titans through these comics, pick up the DVDs or watch it on TV.
If you're looking for something to get a kid who loves comics, or superhero movies, this is a great choice. There's a cartoon as well so they can watch the same characters from the book.
Bonus? It's fun for me to read, too, so we can talk about them.
This was made for fans of the TV show, NOT for the comic book fans. I didn't love it, I thought it was okay. Then aghain, considering that I was comparing it to the original comic the entire read , it really wasn't a fair fight. If you're trying to force you're child/ younger relative into comic books, this is probably the best thing you could give them.
I thought it was a rather enjoyable read. the Out Of Character-ness got a bit irratating, but I'm a fan-fiction reader, so OOC's is nothing new to me. If the FLCL reference in chapter 5 isn't enough to convince a fan of the show to read this, the pleasing artwork and the child-friendly storylines should be.