Comic Review: Titans Annual #1 (DC Comics)

The Titans and the Justice League are teaming up and joining forces right on this first issue, written by Dan Abnett, and artists by Minkyu Jung and Adriano Lucas. I […]

The Titans and the Justice League are teaming up and joining forces right on this first issue, written by Dan Abnett, and artists by Minkyu Jung and Adriano Lucas.

I wouldn’t notice if the Titans are teaming up with the adults such as the Justice League, but they see as their own mentors working with each other to bring evil to justice. The Titans were transported to another dimension and met the Justice League and some of familiar faces show between teachers and pupils. Batman and company have met the youngest group of heroes that inherited the powers by powerful heroes in the DC universe. However, Nightwing and the other Titans, and the Justice League are finding the solution of this problem, even so, the chances are high, even if time is changing, then the heroes are going to experience some side-effects through time. Will the Titans ever come back to their own world in time?

At first, this whole series is going through some combination of the youngest superheroes and met with the professional heroes in action. But I would imagine if the Teen Titans came to this world, so Robin can reunite Batman and introduce the whole Justice Team. But instead, the Titans are stuck with the Justice League until they find a way to get back home, and somehow there is a traitor among the group. The crossover between the pupils and their mentors are way too random because the Titans had to meet the true heroes that they’ll willing to be in the future. But this is only the beginning of their journey to work together.

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I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.