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Titans: Beast World Tour: Metropolis #1

66
Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 6 critic ratings.

As the ramifications of the Titans’ battle with Starro reverberate across the globe, Metropolis is hit with an unexpected surge of electricity from… is that-? No. It can’t be. Livewire? BUT SHE’S A-A-okay you’re going to have to read this one to believe it.

Meanwhile, Supergirl and Dreamer take on the terror of the Flamebird, Power Girl is no longer, and amid the chaos a threat continues to grow on the horizon.

All signs point to a major new shift in the world of Superman in Beast World Tour: Metropolis!

Publication Date
Publisher
Format
Kindle Edition
Print Lenght
45 pages
Language
English
Amazon ASIN
B0CMK5DY3B

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6 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Titans: Beast World Tour – Metropolis #1 is a great collection of tales. The trio of stories are representative of the creativity within comics and how a similar concept can be told in a variety of ways and in so many styles. Through the characters chosen, the eras of Metropolis are represented well. Dreamer and Jon are the future, Bibbo and Jimmy hark back to a classic period of comics and Clark and Lois are the old faithful. It will be interesting to see the rest of this World Tour concept and how the other locations are represented.

  • 90

    Geek Dad

    Overall, a great kickoff to this event’s anthology portion with three strong stories, but the Jurgens one is definitely my favorite.

  • 80

    AIPT

    Titans: Beast World Tour Metropolis helps add to the larger event with three tales fleshing out perspectives from different heroes. Two out of the three feel essential, or at the very least compelling, looks at heroes trying to make sense of the chaos the world is under. I call that a win.

  • 80

    Fortress of Solitude

  • 68

    Comic Watch

    There’s a variety of exciting books coming out for the Beast World story but Waller Rising isn’t one of them. Besides a few developing plot moments that will carry the story forward, the comic isn’t as memorable in terms of actions and villains.

  • 60

    ComicBook.com

    Titans: Beast World is a series worth checking out, weaving an interesting premise for DC Comics’ latest crossover. Unfortunately, the World Tour doesn’t seem to capitalize on the hot start that the main comic had. The opening salvo stumbles a bit when it comes to telling an interesting story regarding the denizens of Metropolis dealing with the fallout from the Titans’ recent space adventure. Luckily, the issue is able to turn things around with the second story of the anthology issue featuring the bar tender Bibbo as he fights against Jimmy Olsen in his beastial form. The final story focusing on Superman feels more like a primer for the future of the Man of Steel than anything else. Ultimately, the Beast World Tour is solid enough but could have used a little something extra to justify its cover price.

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