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Continuing the exploration of the Teen Titans' origins! Kid Flash has wanted to be in the spotlight and be the leader, and now with Robin on a mission for Batman, Wally West has his chance. Poor Teen Titans. They might not survive!

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2.75 stars 2.75/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews

Ok... 0

At least it's better than the last one.I guess they're official now and some TV show's interviewing them, someone in an ant costume shows up and takes them down just to show off. Anyway, we're clear that Robin's the leader, even though Kid Flash tried, (and failed). The ending hints that this fact still hasn't sunken into his brain yet.There's barely any jokes in this one. There's a reference, and someone throws up, but that's pretty much it.Wait, what happened to Speedy? Was he too busy for the...

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mmmmkay 0

The mini series has so far been good, but I am not so sure it wants to be an origin story for the comics as it does a bridge between the comics and the tv cartoon. Those are the elements that I really do not like. I just thought the cartoon was way to anime. So we find out Kid Flash is in no way the leader type that Dick Grayson is. Okay, well there is the big reveal for the issue. seriously, it's an okay book. I just wish they would knock off all of the cartoon stupidity. ...

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