• “THE CULLING” finale!

• THE TEEN TITANS and THE LEGION LOST duke it out with N.O.W.H.E.R.E. and the madman known as Harvest to stop the slaughter of innocent children.

• This issue leads directly into this month’s RAVAGERS #1!

• Continued from TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1 SUPERBOY #9 and LEGION LOST #9!

Written by Scott Lobdell
Pencilled by Ig Guara
Inked by JP Mayer
Colored by Andrew Dalhouse
Cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, & Andrew Dalhouse

Price: $2.99
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Metamorphic05/24/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.3
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  1. I’ve been with this series since the relaunch, and I have to say: The Culling simply has not engaged me at all. Looking forward to moving on.

  2. I like how DC’s strategy to be “new reader friendly” includes forcing anyone interested in the story to buy two other floppy-books and an Annual. An Annual, for god’s sake!

    • New reader’s don’t give a toss if it’s an annual. It’s the next part of the story that’s all they care about.

      But what’s the deal here? this looks and reads like something straight out of the 1990s

    • Nah. The 90’s were more coherent.

    • @RecksDeud, I agree. I did not even want the other books in my collection so I bought them on the DC app! Also annuals are a weak way of tossing out a 13th issue for the year, I feel they are even worse than “point one” issues.

  3. I can’t help but read that cover blurb in a Mortal Kombat voice…. HARVEST WINS!

  4. Was considering skipping this but it’s Guara and Mayer, sweet I’ll buy it.

  5. I wish Brett Booth was on this issue. I love his art.

  6. Whatever happened to Danny The Street? Did I miss something?

  7. Worst Titans title to date.

    • I agree but I’ll stick with it because I loved the pre-New 52 titans that JT Krul wrote. I wish he would come back. Also what the heck was Lobdell thinking when he created Bunker? He makes bricks for God’s sake. Lamest power ever!

  8. I was keeping up with this because it’s my only current source of Tim Drake, but this is too much, 9 issues and a crossover AND an annual and in the end *SPOILERS*

    THE BAD GUY GETS AWAY FOR CHRIST’S SAKE, so all that preamble and in the end they don’t even win.
    The dialog is clunky and overexpository and the story goes N.O.W.H.E.R.E., so even if it breaks my heart I’ll drop this and say goodbye to Tim Drake until something better comes along or he’s killed off in the next event as is bound to happen sonce he has no position in the Bat-Family

  9. I’m liking the series, but not picking up all “The Culling” titles has made this a little tough to follow. Still sticking with it.

  10. I am liking the artwork however; very tired of the Culling. I am so glad it is over and can’t wait to move on, it just took to long to develope into this big ordeal and then the ending just seemed rushed and kinda of like…. the bad guy gets away for now. Just got really bored with the story arc there towards the end, although I do like this title and most of the characters on this team.


  11. The art and Tim Drake are the only things going for this book. We get teased over and over that something big is in Kid Flash’s back story, but we still know little to nothing; and they tease it pages at a time. Pages! I’ll see where this dinosaur story goes, but it will pain me greatly to drop this since this is the only home for Tim Drake (gets nothing over in the Bat books: nothing). 🙁

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