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Teen Titans Vol. 1: A Kid's Game Paperback – April 1, 2004
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Both the story and artwork are strong. The art in the comics medium continues to improve with each generation to the point where pencils, inks and colors are almost always technically excellent.
The writer does a good job with both the reason for refounding the Titans and dealing with the new Titans. He very carefully walks the tightrope of portraying the teenagers accurately with angst, self-loathing and selfishness without making them unlikeable and turning off the reader.
Both the new Titans and the returning Titans, Starfire, Cyborg and Changeling are treated well and portrayed well. The plot is fairly reasonable, though I don't totally buy the villains actions it was logically defensible.
A very strong start to the new Titans.
The feel of the comic is light hearted, but also has a sense of being a real hero-team comic. So it's a good read, and it's cheap, so ya might as well!
And it's still about the teens. With the tragic death of Donna Troy, aka Troia (formerly Wonder Girl), and the resulting disbanding of both the Teen Titans and Young Justice, our superhero youngsters have unhappily drifted apart. But, now, Cyborg extends an invitation for the kids to help re-launch the Teen Titans, whose Titans Tower is now situated in San Francisco. Feeling that their young charges are worryingly stuck in a rut, Superman and Batman urge their respective proteges Connor Kent (Superboy) and Tim Drake (Robin) to sign up. However, Flash is indifferent, believing that young Bart (Impulse) has no focus and is unreliable, while Wonder Woman is less than willing to grant her blessing and just simply doesn't want Cassie to be involved. It doesn't really come as a shocker, however, when everyone ends up joining.
I'm not about to credit Mr. Johns with successfully returning this title back to its once lofty place, because, frankly, he hasn't quite managed that. But what he's done is bring me and many more fans back into the Titans fold.Read more ›
It's nothing like the tv series! (thank goodness!)
I became A Teen titan fan from watching the TV series...
When I looked on amazon to see if there were any products, I found "A Kids Game."
I now see how immature and stupid that show is!
I havent ever read anything as amazing as "A Kids Game!!!"
The story is great!
The new and old characters rock!
The artwork is fantastic!
And the action is totally stellar!
I had no idea that Slade Wilson (Slade, for those who've only seen the TV show) had kids!
Or that his son had superpowers and used to be a Teen Titan!
It's pretty interesting that I didn't notice the Teen Titans(In the TV show) didn't have real names untill I read "A Kids Game."
I would suggest this book to people around the ages 10-Adult...
All of the kids and adults I know love the book and were surprised at the difference between the TV show and the comic book!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The kids seem to be enjoying it. They don't play a long time each go, but do seem to access it often.Published 12 days ago by Jana Boardman
I didn't like how they made Deathstroke a super-villian (instead of a mercanary) but this was still a very cool comic.Published 1 month ago by Grim Knight
I enjoyed this book, not as much as novel two, I wasn't a huge fan of the next generation coming to the tower, especially with Raven gone and Beast Boy alive to wander. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Katherine Petersdorf
Really great book. If you have not read this teen
titans run written by Geoff Johns then you need to buy this book. In my opinion it is one of the best teen totans runs ever. Read more
First time reading a Teen Titans graphic novel. After streaming "Young Justice" for a while on Netflix, I thought it was time to read something of the kind. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Juliofrank83
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The Teen Titans are back, the team reforming with the newest 'sidekicks' of the DC Universe, in the aims of giving them a place to be kids and learn to be... Read more
Good condition, great graphic novel! A good mixture of old and newPublished 17 months ago by Jaeden Wilson