SuperginraiX wrote:Remember when Teen Titans actually mattered?
Teen Titans gets a 2 even with the Ravager back-up. Get your act together, comic.
I add my 2
to your 2
. It's not worth wasting much time trashing this book, but I do actually remember when Teen Titans mattered, and one of the reasons they mattered was Marv Wolfman's portrayal of teens as young adults
handling some heavy issues in between fighting Trigon and The Terminator. Is it merely bad writing and drawing, or a sign of the neoteny especially endemic in our leisure class culture of the 21st century that these
teens are depicted slouching around like sulky ballerinas and arguing like toddlers deprived of nappys--if I were a teen I'd be rather insulted by this book!
Welp, I didn't bother reading the Ravager back-up story because a) Ravager is dumb. b) It's in the middle of a story I couldn't care less about. and c) The guy at the counter was starting to give me the stink-eye.
That's right, I Byrned this book! There's no way I would pay money for that. I thought about a 1, but Haunt looks so bad I figured I'd better leave it a little room at the bottom, just in case.
Thanks for giving me an opportunity to calibrate the low end of my scale.