Comic Book Reviews - Teen Titans #0 Review
Category: Comic Book Reviews
• Plus: The beginnings of Skitter and Bunker.
After becoming obsessed with finding out whom Batman is, Drake spent most of his afternoons in search of this truth. He completed his work at the abandoned Gotham Aviary until he caught the attention of a curious Batman as to who he was. However when Tim endangers his parents by electronically transferring money from the Penguin’s accounts to others’ accounts, the young boy loses the one thing he was trying to make happy: his parents. Yet, he gets exactly what he wants: knowing who Batman really is, knowing his world, and being able to assist him. And he isn’t any old Robin…. he’s Red Robin!!
Scott Lobdell hits another zero issue out of the park. With minor revisions to Tim’s origin, we see a kid who is every bit worthy to be an apprentice to the famed vigilante but does not know the price to which he will have to pay. Lobdell paints that drama beautifully. Don’t be fooled by Brett Booth on the cover as its Tyler Kirkham doing the pencils, and he does a great job filling in for Booth. According to some news, he might be taking over the book, and I’d be perfectly fine with that as long as long as he keeps the quality up like he did here.
Lobdell reminds us in this zero issue why this is one of the best books DC puts out every month!!
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