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Teen Titans Go! VOL 03: Bring It On! Paperback – August 1, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
It's really more for those who are already fans of the show and are missing the Titans - I can't reccomend reading it if you don't already know it.
Also, the little 'shots' are set between other episodes. For example, the random appearance of Terra again? It's my opinion that it's showing several of her adventures with the Titans before (to avoid spoilers for the episodes I won't say it outright) Slade intervened. After all, she couldn't have only been there for a few days or anything, or else the Titans wouldn't have been so devestated.
My personal favourite of the shots was the last one, 'Pop Quiz'.
And no, you don't need to have already read the other books in the series. If you know the show then you won't be left behind at all.
But yeah, all in all it's a good, fast paced read for the fans of the show. I can't speak for everyone out there, but I liked it.
It helps if you've already watched the cartoon, because not much of the history of the characters are explained. In addition to our main characters of Robin, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Raven and Starfire, we have appearances by Terra, Speedy, Slade, Plasmus, Mumbo the magician, and Kitten (Killer Moth's daughter) as well as one or two new faces.
The artwork is solid, illustrated in a style similar to the cartoon. The stories are almost all action, not much by way of character development (this is a tie-in, so the TV show is where you'd go for character development).
This collects five issues of the monthly comic. The presentation is a little weak because they don't break up the individual issues in any way, so unless you catch the little "the end" icon at the bottom of the page, you suddenly find yourself in the middle of a new fight.
Oh, and there's knock-knock jokes! Enjoy!