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It's not easy being a dad in the DCU – just ask Roy Harper, who never wants to leave his daughter Lian an orphan. Unfortunately, that choice may not be his to make…Hot off his BLACKEST NIGHT: TITANS miniseries, J.T. Krul returns for another issue!

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Best of the last 4 issues 0

 In this issue Speedy proves that he is a bad father. More on that later. First I want to talk about the cover. Angel Unzuetta is just really good at this job. As much as the art. It is the colors that make these covers stand out.  So the book opens with Roy Harper teaching his daughter how to use a bow and arrow.  For the next few pages Roy is a decent father, and the relationship seems to be a good Father daughter relationship.   Then Roy goes "out on patrol" and all is lost.  He ends up stopp...

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Superheroing Does Not Make For a Day Job 0

My hope of Roy Harper (Red Arrow) remaining on the team of adult Titans was dashed this issue when Roy and his young daughter, Lian, leave NYC to move into a house of their own in Star City. Bummer! Despite this,  #19 turned out to be a great story about a single father trying to do his best job possible raising his daughter while remaining a super hero. Roy doesn't completely fail, but he also doesn't decide to give up the bow and arrow even after he comes to the very serious realization that i...

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