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Titans: Beast World Tour: Star City #1

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

City of stars! Father-and-son archer duo Oliver Queen and Connor Hawke are reunited in the face of evil as they investigate rumors of harrowing experiments taking place at the city aquarium. Across town, Black Canary’s cry becomes lethal as she succumbs to the Beast Boy spores. Can the city’s newest hero, Red Canary, stand up to her idol? Plus, Red Arrow and Stargirl reunite to protect the city from…the Justice Society of America?!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
43 pages
Amazon ASIN

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    But Why Tho?

    Titans: Beast World Tour – Star City #1 is a return to the norm for the anthology tie-ins. Four entertaining and engaging books by several creators spread the event’s effect across an entire city. This concept has grouped the various clans of superheroes within their locations. It has led to fewer stories than other events, which is more cost-effective for the consumer. The interconnected stories felt like a fresher approach to the tie-ins, but this format gives opportunities to more creators and more points of interest.

  • 95

    Nerd Initiative

    Titans Beast World Tour Star City #1 is an adventurous and ambitious tale of finding our inner hero and saving the day at all costs. We see funny and goofy things, such as Green Lantern turning into a frog swallowing Star Girl, a sentence I didn’t think I would ever type! I love a good team-up; this story is fun and well-crafted.

  • 90

    Geek Dad

    Overall, this might be the best of the anthologies, and definitely the most character-driven.

  • 80

    DC is pulling out all of the stops for its “Beast World” event with these World Tour issues that are effectively a whole comic anthology within a single oversized issue. The Star City version of the tale, naturally, focuses on Oliver Queen and his wide supporting cast of characters with a who’s who of upcoming artists handling the artwork. The standout story here is Ryan Parrott and Roger Cruz’s story featuring Black Canary and Red Canary. Despite being part of an event, and a massive globe-spanning one at that, it’s a relatively small-scale story that puts character first.

  • 50

    Lyles Movie Files

    The main Beast World title has been plenty engaging, but this is an event with specials like World Tour Star City prove didn’t need weekly spin-offs.

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