Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Happy Holidays, Titanic Ones!


My holiday gift to you guys is the
Teen Titans story in DCU Holiday Special. It's full of cute-awesome.

Tim and Cassie have a little "friendship moment" as senior members of the team. Nice stuff with Kid Devil and Bombshell and Miss Martian. And there's a particularly cool thing with Bombshell, that I thought "ah, this is how she is different from Ravager."

The story is by the Teen Titans Assistant Editor Rex Ogle (who can come back to write Titans anytime) and the art, by Mike Diomatta, is beautiful.

Happy holidays, Titanic ones!











5 Comments:

  • At 2:38 PM, Blogger Dixon said…

    Ah, and a lovely gift it is. Happy holidays to you, too! And thanks for all of the entertaining and informative blog postings this past year. Here's to more high-flying Teen Titans action in the coming year...

     
  • At 3:58 PM, Blogger Timothy said…

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  • At 4:00 PM, Blogger GohanWinner said…

    That was fantastic!

    I've been more or less enjoying Titans lately (unlike a lot of your other frequent commentors) but this story was fantastic and I'd love to see more in its vein more often! Kid (excuse me...) RED Devil has quickly become a favorite of mine on the team, and the Red and Blue teamup issue showcased what could be a cool new friendship, and I'm glad it was continued in this short story. A lot of nice quiet moments here, I hope to see more Miss Martian sometime soon too.

    Thanks for sharing!

     
  • At 6:13 PM, Blogger Dahlia said…

    That was so much better than recent issues of TT. I really liked the artwork, they looked a lot younger, like they should.

    I'm so behind on Teen Titans, it's not even funny. I think the last issue I read was the one where Bombshell came back. Really need to get to a comic book store soon so I can catch up.

     
  • At 12:33 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    This was somewhat more enjoyable than things have been in Titans for a long time. They all look like kids again, and seem to act less like jerks but more like friends who bicker the way friends do. Tim and Cassie feel more... enjoyable in this small plot.

    A pity this is a pointless story that will be forgotten in the main book, and all the good feelings we have will probably be replaced with blind comic nerd rage.

     

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