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Titans United: Bloodpact #6 (of 6)

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 5 critic ratings.

All is lost!

Raven rules supreme, and one of the Titans has become a killer.

Hunted and alone, the heroes-turned-fugitives must face Brother Blood and the Dark Daughter for the final time.

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
26 pages
Amazon ASIN

5 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 89

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Scott brings this story to a thrilling and satisfying conclusion. The plot ties together all of the character moments and relationships in a way that is compelling and the action is fantastic. Scott does a great job of making the characters interesting and their plight interesting to the reader. I really enjoyed this story and hope Scott takes another crack at the Titans and their adventures in the future.

    The Art: Meyer delivers some great art in the issue. Not only do the characters look great, but the action is visually thrilling.

  • 80

    Dark Knight News

    This finale delivered a solid conclusion to a Titans series that would leave any fan with a smile on their face. It never pretended to be more than a good superhero team story, and that was its main strength. Titans United: Bloodpact #6 gave us a great way to end what’s been a beautiful ride.

  • 80


    This series is a blast! If you like the Teen Titans then I can not recommend this mini enough! From the action to the setup to the character dynamics, there’s so much to admire! The art is as essential to the writing and while they both carry the same flaws of underdeveloped worldbuilding the forefront is just too amazing to really care about that. For those who want to flip through some comics and have a great time this is a 10/10 mini. You’ll finish each issue wanting more until it’s all neatly packaged in a chaotic and captivating six issue wonder!

  • 70

    Lyles Movie Files

    With the Titans TV series cancelled, this is likely the last hurrah for this lineup in the comics. Scott, Meyer and Avina provided another mini-series that embraced comic book scale action on a stronger scope than its source material.

    Even with a somewhat underwhelming conclusion, Bloodpact was worth checking out for Titans fans.

  • 70

    Geek Dad

    Like all alternate universes, this comic has always had the problem of a lack of stakes. Thing is, though, this is an alternate universe within an alternate universe! Last issue saw some surprisingly major deaths, which sets the tension high as the Titans finally confront the possessed Raven serving Brother Blood. There are some clever twists here as it’s never clear who’s in control of their body, and any story where Raven gets to pull some spooky stunts has some appeal. However, she’s very much been a passive presence in this story, only rarely appearing on page, so the battle to free her doesn’t have the impact I was hoping for. Additionally, the ending pulls off a massive reset to put things back in place for a third mini, which makes the whole thing feel like it’s left us right where we started. Its depiction of a twisted alternate world has some high points, but overall it didn’t quite match the first mini.

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