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Geoff Johns is DC Comics Chief Creative Officer and an award-winning writer responsible for such crossover epics as Green Lantern, Blackest Night and Infinite Crisis, and was a key architect behind DC s The New 52 relaunch. He has written TV episodes of Smallville, Green Arrow and Flash and is Executive Producer on the forthcoming Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice movie.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 192 pages
  • Publisher: DC Comics (April 1, 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1401203086
  • ISBN-13: 978-1401203085
  • Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 0.4 x 10.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #58,451 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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By N. Durham HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on September 22, 2005
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Fan favorite writer Geoff Johns (Flash, JSA, Green Lantern: Rebirth) re-launches the once popular Teen Titans for a new era, and it works. Just to let you know, if you are familiar with the "Teen Titans Go!" animated kids show, this is far from that, as Johns pays wonderful homage to the classic old Teen Titans series from Marv Wolfman and George Perez as a new team is formed, and things don't go as well for these kids as one would hope. Old members Cyborg, Starfire, and Beast Boy organize this new group, which now includes Robin (Tim Drake), Superboy (the half-human clone of Superman), a new Wonder Girl, Kid Flash (formerly Impulse), and later joined by the re-incarnated original member Raven (who actually joins later in the series). As the kids struggle with themselves and their new surroundings, an old foe re-surfaces as Deathstroke returns with a simple and bloody message: "kid's shouldn't wear costumes". Johns knows what he's doing here, crafting a surprisingly solid story that is easy for new readers who aren't familiar with past Teen Titans continuity to get into, while the art by Mike McKone and co. is wonderfully illustrated. It's certainly not a comic masterpiece, but this first volume in the re-launched Teen Titans is fun, full of action, and definitely worth picking up for fans new and old.
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I loved the Wolfman/Perez Titans and there is really no way that another group can replace them in my heart. This new Titans though is quite impressive.

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.
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Ok, so you didn't read the old "New Teen Titans". For once that doesn't matter much. This is a completely self-contained comic. It shares characters and some events from the past, but they keep you up to speed. The writing is really good...and not kiddy at all! Which is, if you've seen the show, a bit of a relief.

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!
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Let me say this: I loved the '80s New Teen Titans. Marv Wolfman and George Perez made that title one of the best and most popular comic books of all time and, in its heyday, I believe it placed consistently in the top 10 in monthly sales. When George Perez left the series, the Titans were never the same, and my interest reluctantly dwindled. I didn't think I could get so into this team again until I started collecting the revamped TEEN TITANS in 2003. Prolific comic book writer Geoff Johns (FLASH, JSA, GREEN LANTERN: REBIRTH, 52, etc) and artist Mike McKone do wonders as they've managed to revive great interest in this team which, more than anything else, was about the close ties of family and friendship.

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.
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Teen Titans: A Kids Game, Is amazing!

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!
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