The classic Teen Titan was cosplayed by Gillykins. Source. Character owned by DC Comics.
A great cover parody by John Trumbull for Comics Should Be Good’s The Line It Is Drawn.
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Wonder Girl has some real issues. She is unable to control her armor she wears, and she has new friends who care about her. Our heroine continues to remain unstable as Scott Lobdell’s Teen Titans rages on.
Tim Drake and Kon-El have major troubles on their hands. They have to somehow get Cassie out of her shell of armor. However, it is unclear to them whether she is actually controlling her actions or not. Regardless of that, Red Robin and Superboy are successful in doing that but something else lurks in the distance. A mysterious figure named Diesel comes out to cause havoc for Ms. Sandsmark once she is free from her armor. There is no time for Red Robin to tell Cassie how he feels about her or for Connor to even compete….. Diesel apparently has them both beat.
Now with all the event nonsense over with, Lobdell is back to focusing on this one book. It is a relief for me as I was not a fan of the recent crossover with the Legion books and Superboy called “The Culling.” I felt it was over encumbered and against what the New 52 was all about. With our writer back in focus, he hammers out another solid issue back to focusing on the story of this team; not any other team.
Meanwhile, Brett Booth returns, and Ig Guara is gone from filling in as a terrible guest artist. Booth’s smooth pencils along with his signature detailed features are back. His abilities are on full display here, and elevate the series to its former glory once more.
While this series had some strange shakeups in the past months, it seems this book won’t be doing anymore of the crossover stupidity. Hopefully, DC keeps the book by itself for the foreseeable future.