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Titans: Beast World #2 (of 6)

76
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 14 critic ratings.

With beasts rampaging through the streets and a world conqueror in the sky, the Titans must do all they can to save humanity.

But as heroes and villains alike are infected, will the team stay clear of the spores or become part of the threat?

And as the world rages, can Raven discover a way to save Beast Boy?

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Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
28 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CN8Z2F6F

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14 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    AIPT

    As a whole, Titans: Beast World is a whirlwind of an issue. Its debut issue set up the Titans with their first global catastrophe, and in this issue, we see how they rally in the face of adversity. Additionally, this story offers insight into what dangers lurk in the shadows, and those dangers seem to be closing in on the Titans. Furthermore, Titans: Beast World #2 is another spectacular issue in an interesting event.

  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Titans: Beast World #2 shows its teeth. The unique elements of the event are even more present in the second issue as the ramifications of Doctor Hate’s confrontation with Beast Boy become clearer and more chaotic. The stakes are enormous, and the help the Titans will get is tentative, with the possibility of anyone becoming a beast. The battles are visceral within a core book that remains tethered to the main Titans team, keeping the plot focused while the tie-in expands the event further.

  • 100

    Lyles Movie Files

    Beast World is proving to be a fun gimmick storyline, but there’s a darker undertone at play with Amanda Waller, Peacemaker and Dr. Hate using this chaos to set in motion a more serious threat The Bureau of Sovereignty. This direction for DC is intriguing and it’ll be fun seeing exactly how all this plays out over the next few months.

  • 100

    Superman Homepage

    Another fantastic chapter in this event. Where has this Tom Taylor been? This may be his best work at DC. The story is fast paced, the characters are acting true to form, and the explanations are just enough to keep you going. There is also the matter of what is Waller up to in all of this, and I hope we don’t get that overly explained. Great issue, I don’t want to spoil too much of it, but suffice to say they discover that the Garros will hop from one host to another depending upon who is more powerful. This practically prevents any of the heavy hitters like the Superfamily, or Starfire and Donna, from getting too involved. If you want a thrilling, fast paced comics that represents the fun of the medium… get this comics.

  • 94

    Comic Watch

    The saga is picking up in the right direction, with each issue leaving on cliffhanger after cliffhanger. How will Batman and Black Adam, and our other heroes revert back to normal? How will Beast Boy come back to Earth?

  • 90

    Geek Dad

    This was a fast-paced issue that set up the main crisis, and this event continues to be a strong one for DC so far.

  • 90

    Comic Book Revolution

    Titans: Beast World #2 does an excellent job at keeping the momentum from the debut chapter moving forward. Tom Taylor and Ivan Reis constantly keep the tension high as our heroes don’t have a moment to rest. Everyone is on full “save the world mode as the Beast Boy Starro infect more and more people with each passing second. It all leads to yet further proof why Titans: Beast World is a can’t miss comic book event.

  • 85

    Nerd Initiative

    The chaos spirals more out of control in the next chapter of DC’s monster crossover. Led by Taylor’s emotional writing, the battle waged by the heroes comes to life through the vivid imagery of Reis, Miki, Anderson and Abbott.

  • 80

    ComicBook.com

    The latest DC-wide crossover continues to follow along on the road set up by the solid premiere issue, and while there are elements that come off a little more humorous than horrifying, it still accomplishes it still hits a high bar. Seeing Batman transformed into a wolf and Black Adam transformed into a lion, running amuck, is a bit jarring but Taylor and Reis are able to breathe life into the concept. Reis especially is doing some of the best work of his career here. While I think that the second issue doesn’t quite live up to its predecessor, mostly when it focuses on the animalistic heroes and villains, the second issue only stumbles slightly in its full sprint.

  • 80

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Titans: Beast World #2 is a surprisingly entertaining action-fest as the Earth’s heroes rally to stop Garro’s spore infection from taking over the world. Taylor is showing an uncharacteristic skill at superhero storytelling you don’t see in his other titles, and Reis’s art is next-level.

  • 80

    Dark Knight News

    Titans: Beast World #2 is a beautiful comic. It had some truly stunning moments, and I hope issue three isn’t spoiled by another tie-in. This storyline has got me beasting with anticipation.

  • 75

    COMICON

    The DC Universe is besieged by animalistic chaos as the latest line-wide event takes an all-too-expected turn with ‘Titans: Beast World’ #2. When the sort of title character takes a backseat to everything and everyone else, that’s not an entirely good sign for things.

  • 70

    Batman-News

    Overall, Beast World is a serious problem for these characters. This may be the worse tragedy to hit mainstream continuity since the last real crisis. Luckily, Ivan Reis makes the trauma look good. While Tom Taylor justifies turning everyone into violent furries to set up Amanda Waller, the event does warrant interesting questions. Firstly, where does the DC Universe go from here? The implications of this event would be incredibly brave to explore in future stories. Especially, seeing what happens to the heroes and civilians grasping with the aftermath has incredible potential. As for the Titans, I don’t think they have what it takes to handle the weight of this crisis. Unless Tom Taylor has a way to redeem them, DC’s premiere team haven’t satisfyingly grown to scale with their problems.

  • 70

    Fortress of Solitude

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