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Are the Teen Titans ready to stage an assault on N.O.W.H.E.R.E.? No way!

But as Red Robin explains to the rest of his team, they’ll have to rally to save the Superboy from certain death. And through all of this, only Solstice learns a secret Red Robin has been hiding that could tear the team apart just as they have finally come together!

Written by Scott Lobdell
Pencilled by Brett Booth
Inked by Norm Rapmund
Lettered by DC Lettering
Colored by Andrew Dalhouse
Cover by Brett Booth & Norm Rapmund
Cover Color by Andrew Dalhouse

Price: $2.99
iFanboy Community Pick of the Week Percentage: 0.0%
Avg Rating: 3.8
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  1. I didn’t like Solstice at the end of the last DCU. However, I really like this Solstice. Her power looks really cool.

  2. Underated title right now, the artwork has been very pleasing and the story arc just continues without boredom.


  3. Most anticipated book.

  4. Yup this has been good every month

  5. all 3 of scott lobdell’s books are really awesome, but this one is the best 🙂

  6. Red Hood from the start was great but this one is building.

  7. I also am digging this title…..I didnt like the Superboy characterization (but I don’t read his title), but everything else has been top notch.

  8. Having a blast with this book, every single month. So glad that Kid Flash has remained awesome and even gets to take center stage in this series. Fun, fun times.

  9. I’ve been lucky my shop always has copies its been a blast loved this issue another solid winner.

  10. Another great issue for The Ten Titans! This almost took the pow this week for me however; there were so many good books this week to read and the Flash just edge everyone else out. What is going on with Red Robin? He seems almost like he is really not whathe apears to be?? The ending has one of the coolest new looking villians ever.


  11. This book is average at best. Plus I’m kinda having a hard time wrapping my head around the Danny the Street character(?)-thing. WTFuck is the deal with that?

  12. I think Danny may be my favourite Titan ever.

  13. I will admit and have to agree with @JesseG – Danny the Street is as bad as the guy who can communicate with citys and the girl who can check the internet without a computer over in Stormwatch. I know it would be cool to come up with some new kinda power however; these are not good at all! I do not even see how Danny the Street’s power really makes any kinda of sense; not that flying or shooting fire out of ones fingers does. Can’t he just have teleportation powers which would make more sense then moving a street to a new location for only certain individuals???? (I think thats how it works?) I do not even know, I give……….


    • The “guy who can communicate with cities” and “the girl who can check the internet without a computer” are both characters that were well-established in The Authority (and possibly it’s precursor title who’s name I don’t remember). I haven’t been reading Stormwatch, so I can’t verify how they’ve been used recently, but (especially in the Warren Ellis run of The Authority) they were great characters.

      While I too don’t entirely understand Danny the Street’s powers, I can’t really believe anyone would choose to replace him (or the previously mentioned characters) with another stereotypical hero with flight/superstrength/teleportation or whatever. Those have been done to death, and I totally respect the creators for introducing new concepts and pushing the idea of “superpowers”.

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