Teen Titans, Vol. 1: Blinded by the Light

Teen Titans Vol Blinded by the Light Red Robin Wonder Girl Raven Bunker and Beast Boy offer bold exciting and sometime dangerous ideas on how to protect a world full of superpowered teenagers and the world may just be eager to list

  • Title: Teen Titans, Vol. 1: Blinded by the Light
  • Author: Will Pfeifer Kenneth Rocafort Dan Brown
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Raven, Bunker, and Beast Boy offer bold, exciting, and sometime dangerous ideas on how to protect a world full of superpowered teenagers and the world may just be eager to listen to these all new teen celebrities.

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    1. Will Pfeifer Kenneth Rocafort Dan Brown

      Will Pfeifer was born in 1967 in the town of Niles, Ohio He attended Kent State University and graduated in 1989 He has resided in Rockford, Illinois since 1990, with his wife, Amy.Pfeifer, along with his comic writing duties, is the assistant features editor at the Rockford Register Star He also writes a weekly DVD column for the Sunday paper.

    931 thoughts on “Teen Titans, Vol. 1: Blinded by the Light”

    1. Um.Well, ok's not bad.The majority of the storyline revolves around S.T.A.R. Labs, and all of the hi-jinks they seem to be responsible for causing. Intentional and (seemingly) unintentional. Not that the Titans know that. Killer A.I terrorists, mad scientists, etc all comes back to one guyManchester Black.I don't know if you can tell, but the dude doesn't actually wear a shirt. He just has the Union Jack tattooed onto his chest.Get it! Manchester! Hyuck, hyuck!Anyhoo, he's a bad guy, he works fo [...]

    2. Teen Titans gets a relaunch with the new creative team of writer Will Pfeifer and artist Kenneth Rocafort. The Titans are: Red Robin (leader/tactician/can fly with mechanical wings), Wonder Girl (super-strong/can fly without mechanical wings), Raven (sorceress), Bunker (can manifest purple cubes!) and Beast Boy (can morph into any animal).The Titans struggle against a robot baddie called Algorithm, terrorists who want to reveal what’s secretly going on in STAR Labs, and a general lack of inter [...]

    3. This was a decent story. It is very action focused. In this one, there is a gay hero. Alright. That's progress. I was entertained.They did these panels where you could see the page and I didn't really appreciate that. I did enjoy the art. I thought the whole new Power Girl thing and the transfer of power was stupid and the girls are too busty, as usual.I will check out the next volume.

    4. Well, that was disappointing. I absolutely LOVE the Teen Titans, but this was kind of boring. It's got some of the similiar characters from Teen Titans, Vol. 1: It's Our Right to Fight, but a few extras (like "Power Girl," who reminds me of Bumble Bee from the Cartoon Network TV show, and who was bad-ass, but not really here). I didn't care for the STAR Labs plot. The first arc was about a robot hybrid female who was targeting the group. There was a lot of angst from Bunker, who I've never cared [...]

    5. I received this from Edelweiss and DC Comics in exchange for an honest review. The actual review will be posted when the review embargo is lifted on August 10th.

    6. I'm not the biggest Teen Titans fan. And I really didn't care for the New 52 Teen Titans. With that out of the way, this was okay. Not amazing or anything. But not bad. I liked that the characters looked more like 16/17 than 13/14. Wonder Girl's redesign was a little too "Mature" She looked a little like a playboy bunny rather than a superhero. But not a bad book.I received an anvanced copy from Netgalley and DC

    7. Reading this thanks to Netgalleyd this only influences my opinion regarding Netgalley being awesome and not with regards to the book itself. ;)So there were three stories in this volume, and I'm going to review them separately.Blinded by the LightI'm already leaning towards 4 stars. The art was great. The story was great. The villain was interesting, and overall it was a good introduction. My one drawback was Wonder Girl looking like she got a pair of huge wonder-breast implants. It's Teen Titan [...]

    8. Thank you netgalley for providing me a copy in exchange of a honest review! Review will come closer to release date :)

    9. Okay, first of all, whoever decided to name that story arc should be forced to listen to a 100-hour loop of Manford Mann and His Rare Earth Band's hit, "Blinded by the Light," because this has been my brain since I started reading this comic:[in wailing falsetto]"Blinded by the li-hightRacked up like a deuce,Another roller in the ni-hight!"Repeat ad infinitum.Not only does the song not make sense (unless you are tripping balls, then, I mean, it could be Dalai Lama-level profound), but it is a ve [...]

    10. More like 3.5 stars, but I'm rounding up for a change, instead of down. I'm doing it for a few reasons: 1. I genuinely liked the characters, the story and the art that were used for this volume. 2. I think that this is a great jumping off point for those new to the Titans and it doesn't require any previous knowledge to understand. 3. I wish this had been the way they started Teen Titans for the New 52. I would have liked this way more as a new reader than I liked the first volume 1 I read. Olde [...]

    11. I'm not sure I enjoyed this at all. I think the Teen Titans have impressive powers and I liked the comradery/rivalry between some of them. I think Manchester Black is a great name. I am still also mystified by how Wonder Girl's costume manages to hold itself up (boob tubes are so not practical) I liked the art during the first half, but it changed abruptly in the second and I liked that less. Basically, there wasn't much of a cohesive story arc here, it was all random pieces of disconnected acti [...]

    12. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. This isn't as offensively terrible as the last volume, but it's still not good. The biggest thing that Will Pfeifer fixed is that the team isn't a bunch of jerks anymore. Red Robin is still a bit obnoxious, and so is Cassie, but it fits more. It feels like that's just their personality, they're abrasive people, not that they are just trying to be angst ridden and horrible. Raven is a lot more fun, almost reminiscent of her role on the TV sh [...]

    13. The previous volume of the nu52 Titans had two big troubles. First, it was filled with a second-rate version of the Titans including a non-Robin Tim Drake, a very-angry Wonder Girl, a terrorist Impulse, a shockingly dull Raven, and a badly stereotyped Bunker. Second, it was written by Scott Lobdell, and it was horrible.This new Will Pfeier soft-boot is much better written, but it's still saddled with second-class versions of a lot of great characters. Raven continues to be the poster emo girl fo [...]

    14. This was a little better than the previous series in that it didn't have that stupid plotline with Harrow where their capturing kids with powers to make them kill each other for no reason. Kenneth Rocafort's art is very good. There's no much of a plot, it's pretty much let's just go punch things. Manchester Black makes little sense in this book. He's an executive at S.T.A.R. labs with a British flag tattooed on his chest. That's just stupid. They've also taken Ladytron from WildC.A.T.S and turne [...]

    15. Not quite a 4 star, coming in as more than a 3.75, this book, with pretty awesome artwork, was a heck of a lot better than Lobdell's run which went downhill when he felt the need to cross it over with every other book that he was writing at the time. A nice breath of fresh air with some cool characters this is unfortunately a book that I didn't quite have the funds to keep up with on a monthly basis but something that I plan on revisiting in trades further down the line for sure.

    16. Puntuación: 3,5Un nuevo comienzo para los Teen Titans, el equipo ha tenido unas cuantas modificaciones: Superboy y Kid Flash ya no están, y Beast Boy recuperó su color verde. Power Girl se incorpora al equipo, dandole un aire novedoso a la serie.Es interesante y adecuado para pasar el rato.

    17. This was . . . interesting. It is hard to tell who the 'bad guy' is with this. There isn't much introduction to the characters we just jump right in, which is alright for me I suppose since I read most of the last run but I feel a new reader could have been given a little more backstory. Just a little. Also, full star down just because Wonder Girl does not need to be as ridiculously boob-tastic as she was drawn. Anger. Teen Titans are just that - teens - and I always hope that they (like the Run [...]

    18. So this is a different look for the Teen Titans. I am not mad at the changes, but am not feelin' them just yet. Perhaps the later volumes will convince me. This edition is heavy on Star Labs as the main setting, which is cool if you're obsessed with the CW shows. They square off against a villain cyborg woman and their main focus is taking her down throughout the whole thing. It's a simple but fun way to go for a main storyline. I left with a suspicion of Manchester Black. Can he be trusted? Who [...]

    19. I couldn't continue reading after the 20% mark. The characters are all husks of who they could be in the hands of competent writers. They're not the least bit entertaining. The dialogue gets pretty asinine, including a part where Raven powers up saying "How dare you [to the villain]! I could summon many powerful demons, but instead I will call my friends." Since when did Raven become such a pompous princess? One thing I love, though, is the artwork and the designs.

    20. This book was okay. I really liked the original Teen Titans, and didn't really care for this reboot. I wasn't really pulled in by the storyline, and it felt like any other superhero comic to me.

    21. A good continuation of the series that seems to pick up sometimes after Bart leaves the group. Now what will happen with the team?

    22. Teen Titans is a title DC’s been struggling with even before its companywide reboot but that’s another discussion. After Scott Lobdell’s much maligned run that lead to this book relaunching with a new creative team that also left you wondering how much of the previous run actually applied to this with Lobdell’s run ending with the team disbanded but here… not so much. That’s one problem I do have with Pfeifer’s run is it’s hard to see why these characters are hanging out together [...]

    23. True rating: 4.5 stars.Like most titles in the DC Comics Universe, Teen Titans has had a long and varied history. Originating in 1964, but not really taking off until the 80s, the Titans have become more than just a proving ground for sidekicks, and over the years, many young heroes have come and gone in the lineup. In 2014, Will Pfeifer was tasked with rebooting the series yet again. The current team consists of their leader, Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Beast Boy, Raven, and Bunker. Joining them in [...]

    24. I really have a mixed reaction to this graphic novel. On the one hand, the second half is really strong and a good story. But the beginning, oh goodness it is awful. The story was a bit slow and the characters were annoyingly non-heroic.The one area that stuck out to me is how Bunker was, I'm not sure from the narrative actually, maybe or maybe not fighting homophobia. I think that, regardless of personal opinion, everyone deserves respect. So hateful language I have no patience for either. But [...]

    25. You know, Teen Titans was my favorite comic series growing up - I loved the show and the chemistry between the original team. And sadly, this one - it's just ruining my young-adulthood. I know it's a reboot or the new 52 whatever, and to keep up with the times, it's all tech-y and teenage-ry but bottom line - they are still teenagers. So when I first see the cover on the galley, and see Wonder Girl, a teenage girl, in a hyper-sexualized, totally non-practical costume, this comic lost my vote for [...]

    26. I had a little trouble getting through this reboot. The illustrations are sharp, but this first volume could have used a bit more editing and backstory to help newer readers get into the series. While I like that DC is making an honest effort to include more diversity, I feel Bunker is a little unauthentic and Wonder Girl is overly sexualized. To my knowledge, Teen Titans is supposed to be written for young adults as a way to offer a comic that is embedded with the teen voice. It is supposed to [...]

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