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A brand-new day brings a brand-new hero to the world of the Teen Titans!

Strange disappearances on an archeological dig prompt Wonder Girl’s mother to ask the team for help. But what part does the new hero Solstice have in these mysterious absences? Will she help the Titans – or hurt them?

Written by J.T. KRUL

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colossusofrhodeisland03/30/11NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 3.7
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  1. I hope Solstice’s story hooks me.  Other than that, been liking this!

  2. Discounting last issue, this has been a great little run so far. Looking forward to this.

  3. I gave it a shot.  I love Nicola’s art. But for some reason this didn’t hook me.  I’ve had my fill of Teen Titans issues that “aren’t that great” but i buy out of some nostalgia.  I had hoped this was going to be another renaissance much live when Johns was writing the title.  

    It’s better than it was, but not good enough to keep me.   

  4. Nicola Scott’s interview with Conor at NYCC(?) is what got me to start reading this book. Glad shes back!

  5. Well it has been a good title every month. Thats it a good title nothing more nothing less; I almost look for it every month in my subscription then I open it and either I pleased at the end or confused?? The new character seems useless since there are already a ton of teenage characters that deserve a shot in this group. Think about it??  Well lets see what happens everyonses gotta start somewhere right?

  6. I like the new character a lot. Playing her as the anti-Raven is refreshing. It’s good to have a very positive-minded character for however long. I am drawn by the baddies in this issue, as I can tell they’re basing the images on their depicted images. It’s interesting to see Hindu demons represented, and I’m interested to see what new wrinkle Solstice brings to the team.

  7. I liked this ish quite a bit.  I would have liked to see a bit of the much needed Wonder Girl/Red Robin convo….  and another much needed Wonder Girl/Superboy convo…but I guess the latter will come out in the next few issues.

  8. I’m eating my words from my previous post.  I flipped through this at the store and was really intrigued by Raven’s reaction to Solstice.  That and Nicola’s art pulled me right back in.  I just hope my renewed relationship with TT isn’t an abusive one.

  9. Good stuff, but it would have been a good idea to give us ANY info on Solstice’s origin.

  10. I was thrilled with this issue after just the first two pages!  It captured all I want from this title and I’m glad a certain character has returned.  I also found Solstice and Revan’s reactions intriguing as zattaric mentions above and can’t wait for more.

  11. Solstice is a little drab, but I’m liking the series overall and I think it’s definitely on the upswing in terms of quality and just plain fun. I feel like we’re allowed to get acquainted with the characters again, but it’s equal parts touchy-feely talky stuff and good ol’ smash-em-up action. The art could maybe use more personality, though it ain’t bad. I do enjoy what I’m reading, but it’s not terribly memorable.

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