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Marv Wolfman's legendary run on The New Teen Titans continues in this collection of late '80s adventures, featuring the team facing the threat of Brother Blood and more! In the latest collection of Marv Wolfman's seminal run on The New Teen Titans, the Titans face a new threat--the Hybrid, a bizarre team created by former superhero Steve Dayton! The threats continue as Brot Marv Wolfman's legendary run on The New Teen Titans continues in this collection of late '80s adventures, featuring the team facing the threat of Brother Blood and more! In the latest collection of Marv Wolfman's seminal run on The New Teen Titans, the Titans face a new threat--the Hybrid, a bizarre team created by former superhero Steve Dayton! The threats continue as Brother Blood returns, and the Titans fight the Brotherhood of Evil in Zandia! Can the team rescue Nightwing and Raven in time? Collects Tales of the Teen Titans #84-88 (1984-), The New Teen Titans #24-31, and The New Teen Titans Annual #2.


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Marv Wolfman's legendary run on The New Teen Titans continues in this collection of late '80s adventures, featuring the team facing the threat of Brother Blood and more! In the latest collection of Marv Wolfman's seminal run on The New Teen Titans, the Titans face a new threat--the Hybrid, a bizarre team created by former superhero Steve Dayton! The threats continue as Brot Marv Wolfman's legendary run on The New Teen Titans continues in this collection of late '80s adventures, featuring the team facing the threat of Brother Blood and more! In the latest collection of Marv Wolfman's seminal run on The New Teen Titans, the Titans face a new threat--the Hybrid, a bizarre team created by former superhero Steve Dayton! The threats continue as Brother Blood returns, and the Titans fight the Brotherhood of Evil in Zandia! Can the team rescue Nightwing and Raven in time? Collects Tales of the Teen Titans #84-88 (1984-), The New Teen Titans #24-31, and The New Teen Titans Annual #2.

44 review for New Teen Titans Vol. 12

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chad

    After the team split up over the last year, most of them decide to return when the Hybrid attack. They are like an evil Doom Patrol that Mento (Beast Boy's stepdad) forced together after he went nuts. The team then decides to leave Aqualad in the clutches of the Hybrid to go after Brother Blood. That's where almost all this book lays, as Nightwing and Raven have been brainwashed into the Church of Brother Blood. The whole plot is the Titans trying to track down their teammates and take down Brot After the team split up over the last year, most of them decide to return when the Hybrid attack. They are like an evil Doom Patrol that Mento (Beast Boy's stepdad) forced together after he went nuts. The team then decides to leave Aqualad in the clutches of the Hybrid to go after Brother Blood. That's where almost all this book lays, as Nightwing and Raven have been brainwashed into the Church of Brother Blood. The whole plot is the Titans trying to track down their teammates and take down Brother Blood. There is also a bedtime story that Wonder Girl tells her stepdaughter by John Byrne that is pretty great. DC please keep these New Teen Titans trades coming. You still have a long way to go to collect the rest of Marv Wolfman's run.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Nate

    This run on Wolfman's long running series are the most modern and dark issues so far. Brother Blood started off as a televangelist gone too far but by this stretch is more of an authoritarian who relies on disinformation to grow and indoctrinate his supporters as well as fracture the Titans. It feels like foreshadowing of 2020 politics with a healthy dose of heavy metal satanic panic thrown in. After some recent stumbles, Volume 12 feels like a return to form for Wolfman but, at least in this cu This run on Wolfman's long running series are the most modern and dark issues so far. Brother Blood started off as a televangelist gone too far but by this stretch is more of an authoritarian who relies on disinformation to grow and indoctrinate his supporters as well as fracture the Titans. It feels like foreshadowing of 2020 politics with a healthy dose of heavy metal satanic panic thrown in. After some recent stumbles, Volume 12 feels like a return to form for Wolfman but, at least in this current storyline, the joy and playfulness from earlier volumes feels like a distant memory.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Steven

    Sometimes a little too weaving, but this was an epic story for the Titans and everyone gets a piece of the action returning to their glory days somewhat. The artwork was amazing and the dynamics between characters was pretty cool. We did get a lot of villains in this space, but it made it larger than life.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Arthi

    This series has really grown on me. The Titans FINALLY realize how much they mean to each other and happily reunite to take down the baddies. What I liked: 1) Jason freakin' Todd. He's my absolute favourite character in Rebirth so it was great to see a baby-faced version of him as Robin in this volume. He's refreshingly honest about his inability to keep up with the Titans, but still so determined to try. Honestly he's so adorable that I'm rethinking my previous stance on the whole Death In The Fa This series has really grown on me. The Titans FINALLY realize how much they mean to each other and happily reunite to take down the baddies. What I liked: 1) Jason freakin' Todd. He's my absolute favourite character in Rebirth so it was great to see a baby-faced version of him as Robin in this volume. He's refreshingly honest about his inability to keep up with the Titans, but still so determined to try. Honestly he's so adorable that I'm rethinking my previous stance on the whole Death In The Family call in to vote situation. Obviously I started reading comics long after the Red Hood was introduced, and am so grateful for the storylines that came out of it. Initially I figured people voted to kill Jason Todd (or rigged a machine to call in and vote) for the sake of the story; It raises the stakes of every encounter and honestly if killing Batman's kid partner is a possibility in the DC main universe, then nothing is off the table. But now that I see how wholesome and sweet his character was I'm kind of mad that people voted to kill him. It still spawned my favourite comic series in the main universe and gave birth to some great arcs like Under the Red Hood and Hush, but at what cost? 2) The Titans finally value their friendship. After the whole debacle of Changeling and Cyborg going off on their own, Dick running off to find Raven (and get away from Kory) and Donna forming a new team of old members, the heroes finally find their way back to each other and express their appreciation. The heart of Titans is their love for each other and I'm glad they finally recognized that in this comic. It was great to have Wally back willingly as well. He was a good friend and original member of the Titans so it's nice to see him coming into his own as the Flash. 3) The Mento conflict. I really liked the way the Titans were forced to reevaluate their standard attack-first method when they were fighting Mento's mutations. The mutants were very clearly working against their own will and it greatly increased the intensity and stakes of the battle. I also like how Changeling was forced to decide between fighting Mento or Brother Blood. 4) The Brother Blood conflict. Maybe this is because the series has grown on me but I thought the Brother Blood conflict was handled much better this time around than the first time. There were genuine ups and downs in the battle, where I truly wasn't sure whether the Titans would win or be defeated. Dick Grayson was under much stronger mind control this time, so I was actually on my toes, waiting to see whether he would break through the control or not, and I was glad that he didn't do so easily. Also, Brother Blood had Raven in his control, and I've learned that Raven is easily the most powerful of all the Titans and can do a lot of damage if she chooses to. There were actual moments when I wasn't sure she and Dick would break Blood's hold on them, which was a stark contrast to the last time, when I was sure Dick wasn't going to kill the titans. I also thought the story of the Brother Bloods past was intriguing, even though none of the characters I knew and loved were in it, which is a big deal for me. I don't really understand why Brother Blood keeps choosing to have children if he knows his son will usurp his position though. 5) Twister. I really liked this interlude of Twister being the 'villain.' She was a character that very quickly earned my sympathy, and even though she was only in one or two issues, she had an emotional impact on me. I felt bad for the 18 year old kid who was twisted into that creature, and for her inability to understand what's going on around her. I was happy for her when her family declared their love for her and that she believed it and spared their lives. I would love for her to come back and be helped by the Titans (perhaps in a Bizarro- Red Hood kind of way). 6)Dick finally coming back to the Titans. As a Dick Grayson fan, I liked the concept of his asshole-ness the past few volumes being a result of Brother Blood's control but it also felt like a bit of a cop out. Even the best people can be assholes when they are hurt, and while it made him less likable, seeing Dick treat his friends poorly after Kory's marriage made him more realistic. I did love his support of Jason though, and would love more brotherly scenes between them. 7) Batman & co. choosing to help the masses and trust the Titans to fend for themselves. At first I was pretty mad that Batman wasn't swooping in to save Dick when he saw his son acting brainwashed on television, but after Franny called in the cavalry, it was nice to see him trust his kid's team to save themselves. Overall, a pretty great volume and I'm eager (and hoping I won't have to wait a year) to read the rest.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jordan

    Teen Titans of this era is generally a very solid run, with compelling character arcs and fun stories with a lot of drama. This was an epic tale about the Church of Brother Blood. I have to say, the Brother Blood ranting that went on issue after issue became unbelievably repetitive. I started to skim his rantings to his audience as it went on and on and on and on. However, the real highlight here was the Brother Blood's epic origin story. It takes up a substantial portion of the book and at first Teen Titans of this era is generally a very solid run, with compelling character arcs and fun stories with a lot of drama. This was an epic tale about the Church of Brother Blood. I have to say, the Brother Blood ranting that went on issue after issue became unbelievably repetitive. I started to skim his rantings to his audience as it went on and on and on and on. However, the real highlight here was the Brother Blood's epic origin story. It takes up a substantial portion of the book and at first flipping through, I was not looking forward to it as all the Titans are not involved. But it was really great and exciting, kind of like a Game of Thrones type epic that spans generations. I really got into it. Bring on volume 13, though I am totally out of shelf space.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Troy-David Phillips

    This volume covers arcs occuring after the Universe-altering effects of Crisis on Infinite Earths. The arc begins with Steve Dayton, a.k.a. Mento, and his madness-driven attack on the Titans, and centers heavily on Brother Blood. Woven throughout is the rebuilding of the team following their individual trials and troubles, pulling them back as a family of sorts. The story is vast and intricate, ambitious, and features the storytelling genius of Marv Wolfman. The weakness of this volume is in the sc This volume covers arcs occuring after the Universe-altering effects of Crisis on Infinite Earths. The arc begins with Steve Dayton, a.k.a. Mento, and his madness-driven attack on the Titans, and centers heavily on Brother Blood. Woven throughout is the rebuilding of the team following their individual trials and troubles, pulling them back as a family of sorts. The story is vast and intricate, ambitious, and features the storytelling genius of Marv Wolfman. The weakness of this volume is in the scripting: the characters, while always “in character”, do not have a natural sound or flow. Sometimes the dialog is just stiff, other times it seems weakly sophmoric; probably because the characters are supposed to be “teens” after all. Good use of guest stars, and very good use of historic continuity ( there is mention of the classic “War that Time Forgot”) as well as more contemperaneous stories ( like Swamp Thing #50, where Dayton goes crazy). Overall, it’s an excellent series of stories.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Anna Shiverdecker

  8. 4 out of 5

    Julia Pika

  9. 5 out of 5

    Chas

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jay Kulpa

  11. 4 out of 5

    Derkel

  12. 5 out of 5

    Iain Ross

  13. 5 out of 5

    Caralyn

  14. 5 out of 5

    BB

  15. 4 out of 5

    Steve Beversdorf

  16. 4 out of 5

    Patrycja

  17. 5 out of 5

    Jodie Mulvenna

  18. 4 out of 5

    Baker St Shelves

  19. 5 out of 5

    Joseph Smith

  20. 4 out of 5

    Charlie Nelson

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jeff

  22. 4 out of 5

    Ziyad

  23. 5 out of 5

    Bob

  24. 5 out of 5

    Seamus

  25. 4 out of 5

    Scott

  26. 4 out of 5

    Boo

  27. 5 out of 5

    graveyardgremlin

  28. 4 out of 5

    Leah

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sabrina

  30. 5 out of 5

    William Shoemaker

  31. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

  32. 4 out of 5

    Alex Draper

  33. 4 out of 5

    Jason

  34. 5 out of 5

    Gavin

  35. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Charlton

  36. 4 out of 5

    Cosmic.dave

  37. 5 out of 5

    B

  38. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

  39. 5 out of 5

    Kirsten

  40. 5 out of 5

    Chris Galdieri

  41. 4 out of 5

    Matthew

  42. 5 out of 5

    Mito López

  43. 4 out of 5

    levy

  44. 4 out of 5

    Julia

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