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The origin story of the Teen Titans continues as the focus falls on Aqualad, who must overcome his many phobias and get help above the waves when Aquaman goes rogue! Things aren't any better on land, as both Kid Flash and Speedy must confront the madness of the Flash and Green Arrow.

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Not as good as the last one, but still not bad.So now some of the main heroes have become criminals (well, just Aquaman and Green Arrow for now) and the sidekicks have called each other for help. After Green Arrow gets away with some stolen money, Wondergirl shows up and saves the four sidekicks from getting crushed by a van.There's one problem. When Aqualad jumps out of the ocean and flops around like a dying fish, Robin and Kid Flash are automatically there to save him. How? When did he call t...

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Do you think the art in this book is supposed to look like the cartoon. Not really a big fan there. I got a couple of seasons, but really .... it just doesn't do it for me. The book itself however is actually pretty cool. If not more than a shade childish. Aqua lad is used pretty well here, not exactly treated with the most respect I have ever seen in an issue before, but hey he got it all to himself, so that is a step in the right direction for the character. Now that Aquaman is treated with a ...

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