Teen Titans

Will Pfeifer

Book - 2015

"Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Beast Boy, Raven, and Bunker--the Teen Titans are out to make a name for themselves in New York City. Stepping out from the long shadows of their adult superhero mentors, the team is enjoying newfound fame. From Internet stardom to underground concerts thrown in their honor, the Titans are the talk of the town. But not all the attention is positive. A new threat named Algorithm, an unstoppable woman with impossible technological enhancements, is testing the team wit...h attacks across the city. Connecting each incident is one common thread: S.T.A.R. Labs. Someone at the scientific research company is hiding something, and this mysterious techno-villain is determined to bring it to light--even if it means tearing every one of their New York facilities to the ground!"--Page [4] of cover, volume 1.

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Comics (Graphic works)
Superhero comics
Science fiction comics
Burbank, CA : DC Comics [2015-]
Item Description
Description based on volume 1.
Collects: Teen Titans 1-7 [v. 1] ; Teen Titans 8-13, Teen Titans Annual 1, and DC Sneak Peek: Teen Titans 1 [v. 2] ; Teen Titans 14-19 [v. 3] ; Teen Titans 20-24 and Teen Titans Annual #2 [v. 4]
Physical Description
volumes <1- > : chiefly illustrations (chiefly color) ; 26 cm
Main Author
Will Pfeifer (author)
Corporate Author
Hi-Fi Colour Design (colorist)
Other Authors
Kenneth Rocafort (artist), Scott Hepburn (colorist), Dan (Colorist) Brown, Blond
  • v. 1.
  • Blinded by the light
  • v. 2.
  • Rogue targets
  • v. 3.
  • Sum of its parts
  • v. 4.
  • When titans fall
Review by School Library Journal Reviews

Gr 7 Up—Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Raven, Bunker, and Beast Boy are teenage superheroes who fight against the kind of enemies readers might expect—terrorists, robots, evil geniuses, and teens who want to use their own abilities for destructive purposes. But they also have other challenges that are affecting their lives. Wonder Girl discovers that she has a fan club of girls who dress like her and want to fight for vigilante justice, but they don't have superpowers, so she feels obligated to protect them. Plus, her mother comes to New York for a surprise visit, and the superheroine has to keep her from harm's way, too. Bunker is defensive about other people's homophobic attitudes, and his violent tirade is recorded and shared with the world. Raven just wants to be an ordinary girl sometimes but finds it difficult to remain incognito. And Red Robin is the only one in the group with no superpowers, and he has to rely on his wits to survive. Rocafort and Hepburn's artwork is colorful, imaginative, and dynamic, especially when illustrating fight scenes and the many entertaining forms that Beast Boy takes throughout the story. VERDICT An exciting volume about teen superheroes who work together to deal with life-or-death problems; a good choice for "Teen Titans" fans as well as readers who are new to the franchise.—Andrea Lipinski, New York Public Library [Page 119]. (c) Copyright 2015 Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

Red Robin, Wonder Girl, Raven, Bunker and Beast Boy step out of the shadows of the adult heroes of the DC Universe to offer bold, exciting and sometime dangerous ideas on how to protect a world full of superpowered teenagers--any one of whom could be the next heroic figure or major villain!This exciting new chapter in the teen heroes' mythos starts here in TEEN TITANS VOL. 1, written by Will Pfeifer (CATWOMAN) and illustrated by Kenneth Rocafort (SUPERMAN, RED HOOD AND THE OUTLAWS).Collects TEEN TITANS #1-7.