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Teen Titans Earth One Vol. 2

By (author) Jeff Lemire
Format: Hardback
Publisher: DC Comics, United States
Published: 16th Aug 2016
Dimensions: w 167mm h 272mm d 9mm
Weight: 460g
ISBN-10: 1401259065
ISBN-13: 9781401259068
Barcode No: 9781401259068
The sequel to the NEW YORK TIMES best-selling original graphic novel is here with TEEN TITANS: EARTH ONE VOL. 2! Picking right up after the cliffhanger ending to the first volume, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Terra and Aqualad are in desperate straits--they're homeless, destitute, and on the run from Cadmus, the project that created them. Unfortunately, Cadmus has more surprises up its sleeve... and a whole new set of teenage weapons, with none of the bothersome morals of the originals! From writer Jeff Lemire (SWEET TOOTH, ANIMAL MAN) and illustrator Andy McDonald comes the highly anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed original graphic novel in TEEN TITANS: EARTH ONE VOL. 2!

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Praise for TEEN TITANS: EARTH ONE VOL. 1: "This revamp of Teen Titans will appeal to avid comic book fans and readers new to the genre, making it an excellent addition to any library's graphic novel collection. Readers who have enjoyed other "Earth One" titles such as Batman and Superman, will surely enjoy this volume."--SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL

"The book offers a clever, cohesive overhaul of the franchise and is the first Titans comic in a while to try new and interesting things."--IGN

"DC Comics went with a youth movement, choosing the Teen Titans for the next installment of their Earth One graphic novels -- a series that allows for fresh takes on classic characters, untethered as it is from past and current continuity."--WASHINGTON POST

"A good start for these new Teen Titans."--WIRED

"Lemire's script is heavily reminiscent of Brian K. Vaughan's Runaways (arguably one of the best teen superhero comics ever)... Lemire lays impressive groundwork for a larger narrative that gives the team a stronger sense of direction than they've had in years. And he does so by turning to themes that any teenage reader will recognize."--A.V. CLUB/THE ONION