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Titans: Beast World #6 (of 6)

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 15 critic ratings.

Dr. Hate revealed! As Raven makes her final stand against the chaotic evil sorcerer, the Titans race against time to cure the world of the epidemic caused by Beast Boy. How far will the team go? How much will the friends sacrifice? Watch as the DCU is forced to evolve or die in this shocking conclusion!

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50 pages
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15 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    It may seem like it would be difficult for DC to screw up what is essentially a pin-up book for Power Girl, unfortunately DC manages to do just that with Editor Brittany Holzherr spearheading the effort. It all boils down to this current incarnation being so terrible. Even with a book that could’ve just been the covers with some innocuous narration, we have to be reminded of all the missteps that’ve been made by Leah Williams and overseen by Brittany Holzherr. If you don’t read the pages with “story,” Power Girl Uncovered #1 is actually a better experience.

  • 95

    Geek Dad

    This event did an amazing job of telling a truly epic-scale story while never losing sight of what made Taylor’s work great and pulling in threads from Nightwing, Titans, and Jon Kent’s solo stories.

  • 90


    Titans: Beast World was an adventurous event that placed the Titans in the public spotlight, both in the universe and on the comic stands. As a cohesive event, a lot happened to the DC Universe, and there will likely be quite a bit of aftermath from this story. Which, at the end of the day, is what makes an event successful. Beast World had no shortage of shocking reveals, high stakes, and riveting action. More importantly, very little of this felt like shock value for the sake of shock value. In its final issue, Titans: Beast World wraps up rather successfully with few criticisms overall. Taylor, Reis, Pansica, and Meyer all worked to deliver an event that was well thought out and valuable in substance.

  • 90

    Comic Watch

    If there’s anything left to be said, it’s that the Titans belong to Tom Taylor!

  • 90

    Dark Knight News

    Titans: Beast World #6 delivers a great finale, full of twists and revelations. I can’t wait to see what comes next.

  • 90

    Comic Book Revolution

    Titans: Beast World #6 does a fantastic job wrapping up the DC Universe’s latest big event. The heroes do what they do best in saving the world. At the same time, the fallout of what took place is immediately felt. That aftermath leaves you excited for everything that will be happening in the DCU in the aftermath of Titans: Beast World. If you didn’t read Titans: Beast World when it was released monthly I highly recommend picking up the trade collection.

  • 85

    Lyles Movie Files

    Beast World has a more successful run than many recent DC events. With a few dangling plot threads, it felt more like an interlude for the 2024 rollout of Titans’ stories. That’s not a bad approach though some might find it a fully realized and complete story as a result.

  • 80

    The DCU’s latest comic book crossover ends strong across the finish line, throwing some big curveballs at the Titans and their fellow superheroes. Amanda Waller has been a big element of Beast World, playing her hand at the appropriate times and her grandiose finale in the series one that feels natural while presenting a unique challenge to Nightwing and company. Some readers might feel a tad cheated with the final resurrection, but the last stinger of the series works well at planting some shocking seeds in the Titans’ future. As mentioned in previous issue reviews, the biggest drawback of the series has been balancing the artistic duties between two pencilers and that once again plays true here. Titans: Beast World was a good example of how a comic book crossover should be done in this modern era and has a strong enough finale to rank as one of DC’s most solid.

  • 80

    Weird Science DC Comics

    Titans: Beast World #6 brings the crossover event to a close with big, wild action, decent emotional beats, and a few open threads to portend things to come. Sure, there are plenty of knuckleheaded plot holes, and you could see the twists coming from a mile away, but Beast World is still one of the more entertaining DC events in the last few years.

  • 80

    Caped Joel

  • 78

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Titans: Beast World #6 concludes this first event with the Titans in charge by keeping everything easy to follow, straightforward, and brings back everything to the status quo. For the most part, if you skipped out on this event, you really just need to know the cliffhanger and you’ll be fine moving forward. Nevertheless, the ending just felt a bit lackluster and flat. The repercussions were minimal and very few casualties occurred with all things considered. Yet I still couldn’t shake this feeling that this event was just missing something. I just couldn’t put my finger on it… well, that’s a lie. I know exactly what it was missing… the dang Justice League!!! The individuals who built DC Comics and made all of us fans in the first place. I’m sorry. This was a great attempt of having the Titans rule the roost but they just don’t have the star power needed for a big event. It was really a pretty solid try that reasonably kept my attention. However, I think I need the big dawgs back, especially with comic-wide events guiding the future and direction of DC.

  • 73

    Superman Homepage

    This is the lowest point of this series. I pointed out some criticisms in my overview of the issue, but those aren’t why I gave this such a low score. No, the reason for the low score is how easy everything gets resolved. It is so easy that it’s a wonder these beasts were ever a threat, and if it is so easy to draw the spores out… why didn’t Black Adam’s spore come out when he faced Donna and Kori at the beginning, or when Power Girl faced Jon earlier? It was a very disappointing solution to a very engaging story. Afterwards when they discover that Gar is in the spores, I thought it was a good wrinkle and could be a real problem for the heroes. But no, it too was easily solved. Then the spores morphed into Gar with no consciousness, maybe here there would at least be a long-lasting consequence for Gar. Again, an easy solution from Detective Chimp. Everything was resolved so easily that it cheapened the earlier scale of the threat the earth was facing, and because of that the story was a major let down. That being said, I am intrigued by Waller’s Hall of Order, and by the reveal in the last pages.

  • 70


    Too much flash and not enough substance is the order of the day when it comes to Titans: Beast World #6, the massive concluding chapter of this speedrun DC event. A superhero story through and through, it hit numerous beats correctly from an artistic standpoint but suffered from trying to walk too many paths at once.

  • 65


    With three artists at work, there are some moments of inconsistency, but otherwise it’s a good looking book. As per the story, Tom Taylor roughly justifies each story decision with loose logic and conveniences. All of the more interesting emotional and political ideas take a back seat to serving the Titans awkward contrivances. On a positive note, I love the subversion of classic stories like Tower of Babel to give the Titans a distinct identity apart from the Justice League. Even though much of the choices like Donna’s super suit reek of overcompensating to put the team on a higher tier. Overall, ignoring and handicapping the team for most of the event, then buffing the team at the end feels inorganic. Especially, the useless addition of antagonist’s identity feels like an unnecessary distraction from the key themes the event focuses on.

  • 50

    Fortress of Solitude

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