Titans #3

by Ryan.L on September 28, 2016

Writer: Dan Abnett
Penciler: Brett Booth
Colorist: Andrew Dalhouse
Publisher: DC Comics
The Titans continue to battle Kadabra in this issue crazy action packed issue.
This has been an interesting story so far. It almost feels like a throwback to the style of comics in the early days. Kadara’s whole reason for his actions is to be famous, which is very much what the driving force for many villains back in the 60s through to the 80s. At first I found it really cheesy and it made me not really interested in the book. But I pressed through and actually really grew to enjoy it.
A lot of the main Rebirth story seems like it is going to be taking place in Titans. Wally West is the one to come back and tell people that the universe had been changed. This issue the mystery grows a little bit deeper as some new events try to throw our heroes off the track.
Will Wally get distracted by the woman he loves, but has no memory of their relationship? Or will he be able to focus and solve this mystery? I’m really enjoying this book and the dynamics with this team.
Brett Booth’s art is exceptional and really draws you in. I love each character’s design and his placement of panels during the action sequences really helps the action flow smoothly but not too quickly.
This is a fun book and I do recommend picking it up. Since there is no dedicated Rebirth series with the main story, this series shouldn’t be missed as it will probably be the one to deliver a lot of the answer to questions many of us have been asking about with Rebith.


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