Teen Titans

Teen Titans

Volume 02, The Culling

Book - 2013
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As a part of the acclaimed DC Comics--The New 52 event, this second volume of Teen Titans launches the mini-event "The Culling" featuring Superboy and Legion Lost!

When the organization known as N.O.W.H.E.R.E. captures Superboy, the Teen Titans, and Legion Lost and pits the young heroes against each other to weed out the weak, it will take everything the most famous teen heroes of the DC Universe have to save themselves from eachother. But the ruthless Harvest won't give up easily leading to one of the young heroes making the ultimate sacrifice for the others.

Collects Teen Titans #8-12, 0 and DC Comics Presents #12.
Publisher: New York : DC Comics, c2013.
ISBN: 9781401241032
1401241034
Branch Call Number: FIC Lobde
Characteristics: 1 volumes (unpaged) : illustrations (chiefly color).
Alternative Title: The culling

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forbesrachel Oct 13, 2014

What an unfortunate turn after the promising start of volume one. If they had actually done what they said in the premise, this would have been an awesome step. Instead they decided to skip over most of the events, only showcasing the final battle with Harvest. Possibly this intersects with anoth... Read More »


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forbesrachel Oct 13, 2014

What an unfortunate turn after the promising start of volume one. If they had actually done what they said in the premise, this would have been an awesome step. Instead they decided to skip over most of the events, only showcasing the final battle with Harvest. Possibly this intersects with another series that we are not told about, but either way this leaves us struggling to catch up. Not only that, but issues leap from character to character, with little care for continuity or a linear narrative like in volume one. Individual stories like Kid Flashes do stand out, but when it is left unfinished, after leaving off in the midst of others as well, it hardly feels like a collected whole.There are some reasons to keep reading though, character personalities really start to shine as complex relationships develop between the Titans. Trust still remains an issue, even as their secrets come to light. The art too continues with its brilliantly flashy sense, at least it does until one contributing artist uses a thick-lined style that is too different from the norm. We can only hope that volume three returns to the winning formula, a unified narrative rather than a bunch of side stories.

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