Book Review: Titans: Rebirth #1 by Dan Abnett

Titans: Rebirth #1

Goodreads Synopsis

Friends. Teammates. Titans. Donna Troy, Arsenal, Garth, Lilith and Nightwing were all that and more until a mysterious force erased their memories, forcing them to forget what they could accomplish together. Reunited with their memories returned, the Titans must destroy the interdimensional demon that broke them apart and threatens reality itself.

THEY SAID IT: “Grayson and Donna were a couple of the characters I first worked on at DC, so it feels like a homecoming for me,” explains penciller Brett Booth. “I’m beyond happy!”

WARNING: Do NOT read this issue until after you read DC UNIVERSE: REBIRTH #1!

My comic review usually contain spoilers.

This continues after DC Universe: Rebirth #1 and now Wally West is out to find his friends and teammates: the Titans.

Of course, when he finds them, once again, they don’t remember who he is and he finds a way to shock their memories of him back into place. After realising what happened, that ten years of their lives -their lives and memories with and of each other- were stolen from them, they decide to find out who is behind all this and trust that their bond is strong enough so that the same thing doesn’t happen again.

Again people, read the DC Universe: Rebirth #1 first before this. It will highlight and clear up everything for you. I myself know how confusing comics can be when you start at an odd place.

I liked how this was slightly different to the other Rebirth comics I’ve read so far. This time, Wally wasn’t running through the Speed Force trying to get out, he was out, he was free but of course things are still not the way they’re supposed to be because his best friends and teammates have no idea who he is. In this comic, it was more of a walk down memory lane. Because these were his friends, his family practically, there was more of a personal touch here and it shows as you go through the comic. I’m loving the new suit Wally has by the way.

With the team back together and on a mission to find out who actually did this to them, the action is rising. I don’t know about others, but I feel like this is going to be a good one. We’re in for one helluva wild ride and I sure want to be there when it happens.

Read: 3 August 2016
Rating: ★★★.5

Publication Date: 15 June 2016
Publisher: DC Comics
Writer: Dan Abnett
Illustrator: Brett Booth

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