Teen Titans, Vol. 5: Life and Death

Teen Titans Vol Life and Death The line between life and death is crossed as the Teen Titans must confront the deceased members of the team that have seemingly returned from the dead As Donna Troy recruits the mightiest members of

  • Title: Teen Titans, Vol. 5: Life and Death
  • Author: Geoff Johns Bill Willingham Tony S. Daniel Scott McDaniel Marv Wolfman Paco Medina Todd Nauck
  • ISBN: 9781401209780
  • Page: 184
  • Format: Paperback
  • The line between life and death is crossed as the Teen Titans must confront the deceased members of the team that have seemingly returned from the dead As Donna Troy recruits the mightiest members of the team to battle in the Infinite Crisis, Robin is confronted by his predecessor, the bygone Boy Wonder, Jason Todd The remaining Titans face the onslaught of Brother BloodThe line between life and death is crossed as the Teen Titans must confront the deceased members of the team that have seemingly returned from the dead As Donna Troy recruits the mightiest members of the team to battle in the Infinite Crisis, Robin is confronted by his predecessor, the bygone Boy Wonder, Jason Todd The remaining Titans face the onslaught of Brother Blood and his army of followers which include the deceased Titans Aquagirl, Omen, Hawk, and Dove As the Crisis hits, Superboy teams up with all of the reserve members of the team to battle his evil counterpart from another dimension.Collects TEEN TITANS 29 33, TEEN TITANS ANNUAL 1 and ROBIN 146 147.

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    One thought on “Teen Titans, Vol. 5: Life and Death

    1. Sesana

      My library didn't have Teen Titans/Outsiders: The Insiders, so I thought I'd skip it until I could get my hands on it. Bad idea. It seems like a lot happened in that collection, and I wish I'd read it first. Luckily, the major plot developments seemed like they were covered enough for me to follow the storyline.This particular volume was hampered by the ties to Infinite Crisis. The Titans were pretty heavily bound to that crossover, which I'm sure was good for the book from a sales standpoint. B [...]

    2. Cait

      A lot of stuff happens in this book!- Robin-on-Robin: Jason Todd throws a hissy fit and beats up on Tim Drake in the Titans Tower.- Raven and Gar free Kid Eternity to close the Door of Life and Death and take down a bunch of zombies, which is cooler than it sounds.- Superboy Prime shows up in Smallville where Kon is sulking about being a Luthor clone,-- and there's an all-Titans throw-down,-- and Speedy locks him in the Phantom Zone, which he then punches to retcon anything anyone likes,-- and t [...]

    3. Amber Ditullio

      Teen Titans, Vol 5: Life and Death is the next book in the newest incarnation of the Teen Titans. It's getting closer to the time of Infinite Crisis, and things are definitely changing. The Titans have to deal with deceased members of the time returning from the dead and all the pain and horror that entails. Brother Blood and many of the newly-returned-dead are closing in on them, and they are trying to find out which side of the line they're going to be on. Along with this, SuperBoy has some of [...]

    4. Robert Wright

      Johns continues on a roll here, cranking up the Titans drama to a fever pitch.As the team deals with the fallout of the events featured in Teen Titans, Vol. 4: The Future is Now, the simmering plot of Superboy's true origins boils over in catastrophic ways. We get a meeting of New Robin (Tim Drake) vs. previous, and previously dead, Old Robin (Jason Todd), as well as a solid lead-in crossover with the event du jour, Infinite Crisis.Sadly, (view spoiler)[Superboy would not survive that crisis (hi [...]

    5. Nicolaus Miller

      This one is pretty good, though it has a nasty, idiotically written, notorious scene: (view spoiler)[ Superboy Prime breaks out of the Phantom Zone by punching it--yep, makes total sense, Zod should've tried that years ago. Also, this causes a rift in space and time and changes the past, like Jason Todd surviving The Joker's assassination attempt on him. Way to make death count for something DC(hide spoiler)] That's why the rating's a 3. Other than this it isn't bad; the Titans discovery and fig [...]

    6. Kathleen

      During the Crisis, the Titans have to find a way to cure Superboy after his first horrible run in with Superboy-Prime. Since I don't like to focus on what happens during his second run in with Superboy-Prime, let's talk about Cassie instead. Her powers start to fade, so she drops out of the fight. Perhaps that is a reasonable thing to do tactically, but the whole world is coming to an end and she sits at a farm in Smallville hoping her powers will be magically returned. And they are! Aries gives [...]

    7. Graysen Baker

      'Re-reading the Johns era Teen Titans makes me miss the old line-up so much. The kids felt real and not like some generic attempt at writing teenagers(I'm looking at you Scott Lobdell). The female characters weren't over sexualized like the way some writers like to portray them.They were real teenagers. They worked together and acted like a family. That's what I miss about John's Titans run. The book had been run into the ground hard the last three years by Lobdell but hopefully Will Pfifer can [...]

    8. Jody

      Really disappointed in this one. As I have said before, I am a major fan of the Teen Titans. This one the story line jumped all over the place. It was confusing at times. Don't get me wrong, I still enjoyed this graphic novel, but the story lines are becoming too convoluted and they are trying to do too much in such a short period. Hopefully the next vol. gets back to the type of story that this series started out with!

    9. Gwen

      This was not the first time I'd read the last parts of the Infinite Crisis saga concerning Superboy. my heart breaks each and every time I get to that last panel, but they didn't have the one with Robin so that is a slight relief. I also hadn't had a chance to ready the bits with Robin saving Superboy after SBPrime got his mits on Superboy, so that was good. iiiiiiiiii am going to go take a breather, now

    10. Sophie

      This ties in with the events during Infinite Crisis, and contains a lot of really nice moments, and it helped to clear a few things up. My favourite part was probably and unsurprisingly the part with Dick and Kon on their way to the final showdown.

    11. Jeff

      Although I really enjoy seeing the relationship between Connor and Cassie, the bulk of this volume was somewhat flat. I thought the Robin issues spliced in were pretty throw-away and the art was not to great on them either. Nice way to tie the Titans into Infinite Crisis.

    12. Kayleen

      This was one of the best Teen Titans graphic novels I've read (so far). It was dark and honest, some of the best qualities that a book can have.The only part that I did not like was the end when they killed Superboy off. I liked him! I hope they can bring him back somehow.

    13. Mike

      Easily a very good story, but it was crippled by the all the missing scenes (from Infinite Crisis) that were told in other volumes.

    14. John Walker

      This books includes the final moments of Superboy, the boy who was born on the death of Superman and died to the rebirth of the earth.

    15. Ercsi91

      Now Superboy goes mad, Cassy is having problems with her power ohh and dont forget the walking dead XDYeeeey for us Titans!XDI felt really sorry for Superboy, this wasn't meant to be T.T

    16. Shanna

      Action-packed and strange occurrences continue. I did not read #31 or #32, I couldn't be bothered to find them.

    17. Patrick

      Another good installment. I was a little lost in that the end of this takes place during a major crossover, but I kept up with what mattered.

    18. Brianna

      (so like i read all 100 issues of teen titans III and yet im only logging like 4 of the volumes but anyway all of it was stellar)

    19. Noctober

      The plot was so scattered, the dialogue was flat, and the art was inconsistent/sloppy. Also, typos galore. Seemed like an unnecessary tie-in to the Infinite Crisis arc.

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