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Titans #10

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Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 10 critic ratings.

The Titans are committed to helping humanity, whether humanity believes in them or not.

The team is fighting on several fronts, but they refuse to back down. They refuse to buckle under overwhelming pressure.

But are the Titans being manipulated? Are they on the wrong side of a conflict that could consume the world?

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
24 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CW1BY9VQ

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10 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Titans #10 continues the powerful series. The first arc out of the Beast World event is tearing the team apart through trickery and demons. Titans has become one of the DC Universe’s flagship titles, and its events are essential for the wider world. So everything that happens with Raven, Triton, and Amanda Waller will have ramifications. And yet Taylor keeps the book personal and solely focused on the Titans. The art is sensational, and the action is exhilarating, making the comic a blast to read.

  • 93

    Nerd Initiative

    With its masterful blend of action, intrigue, and emotional depth, this issue leaves readers on the edge of their seats, eagerly awaiting the next installment. As the Titans confront demons both literal and metaphorical, the stage is set for an epic showdown that promises to redefine the very nature of heroism.

  • 90

    Dark Knight News

    Titans #10 is a wonderful comic that had me smiling from ear to ear. Don’t sleep on this title, people. Jump on ASAP… you won’t regret it.

  • 85

    Geek Dad

    While Raven’s big secret has not been revealed yet, Taylor is doing a good job of working in hints – such as a conversation between Raven and Starfire where Raven hints at how she’s been playing with Beast Boy’s mind. That makes the violence that ensues when she decides how to team with Trilogy less surprising, and while the team doesn’t know how bad things are yet, it’s clear some of them are becoming worried about Raven. If this series has a flaw, it’s that it’s trying to juggle a few too many plotlines. Trilogy hasn’t had that many appearances yet, so his role as the villain here and his quick disappearance immediately after didn’t have all that much of an impact. The same goes for the mystery villain at the end of the issue, with her role in Waller’s larger plot as we build towards Absolute Power. Still, this is far and away the best Titans run for years, and that mostly falls on the hard work Taylor has done over the years to establish these characters and their bond again.

  • 80

    COMICON

    Some wheels begin to spin a bit faster, even if the vehicle doesn’t move too far, as Titans #10 deepens the dark trap that is being laid for the found family heroes. A big splashy gorgeous superhero affair that visually makes for any potential missteps or omissions in the overall story, which sits firmly right there in the middle space.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    Taylor and Meyer continue to set up the Titans crescendo into something quite serious, slowing building Raven up as a formidable opponent. Although the plot is something this run has already used a few times, the abilities of the character and inter-dimensional traveling involved with the current plot helps set this time apart from the others. Still, most might have hoped that comparison wasn’t even one that needed to be had.

  • 80

    Comic Book Revolution

    There is an art to one-shot style storytelling. That is especially the case when using the one-shot method in an ongoing series. Titans #10 by Tom Taylor and Lucas Meyer is an example of how this style of storytelling can enhance the bigger narrative that is being told in a series. That is what we get here with Trigon manipulating the current state of the DC Universe push Raven to become his successor as the “Dark-Winged Queen.” Tapping into the developments we saw in Raven’s story in Tales of the Titans #2 with the rivalry she has with her brother, Trilogy, was a great way to push this story forward. How the rest of the Titans continue to deal with all the things going on with Raven at the center, whether they notice it or not, makes the entire story even more engaging.

  • 75

    Lyles Movie Files

    This Raven arc isn’t as interesting as previous storylines, but Taylor is slow brewing the Amanda Waller vendetta against the team. That seems like it’s got serious story potential and Taylor does work in some bread crumbs for that to keep some intriguing developments going.

  • 68

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Titans #10 continues Trigon’s push to turn Evil Raven into Evil-er Raven by manipulating an attack on the Titans. The story is fine albeit unoriginal, and the art is generally good.

  • 65

    Batman-News

    This is a fun comic. It’s unfortunate that Titans has been a little repetitive and formulaic over ten issues, but none of it has felt tedious. If you are a fan of these characters I think you’ll agree that this issue is a good time even if it doesn’t introduce many new ideas.

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