Teen Titans, Vol. 11: Deathtrap

Teen Titans Vol Deathtrap In this special crossover between the series TEEN TITANS TITANS and VIGILANTE a traitor presents themselves in the midst of the teams and Vigilante takes it upon himself to hunt down and kill that t

  • Title: Teen Titans, Vol. 11: Deathtrap
  • Author: Sean McKeever Marv Wolfman Ángel Unzueta Tom Lyle Fernando Dagnino Rick Leonardi Joe Bennett
  • ISBN: 9781401225094
  • Page: 309
  • Format: Paperback
  • In this special crossover between the series TEEN TITANS, TITANS and VIGILANTE, a traitor presents themselves in the midst of the teams and Vigilante takes it upon himself to hunt down and kill that traitor But can the Titans band together to save one of their own from a man who will stop at nothing for justice

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    • Sean McKeever Marv Wolfman Ángel Unzueta Tom Lyle Fernando Dagnino Rick Leonardi Joe Bennett

      After writing indie comics such as the ensemble teen drama The Waiting Place for six years, Sean got his big break writing an issue of The Incredible Hulk for Marvel Comics in 2001 Since then, Sean has written hundreds of comics for Marvel, DC Comics and other publishers, including notable runs on Sentinel, Inhumans, Mystique, Marvel Adventures Spider Man, Gravity, Spider Man Loves Mary Jane, Birds of Prey and Teen Titans.Best known for delivering introspective, character driven work, Sean also wrote several weeks of the Funky Winkerbean syndicated comic strip, much of which has been reprinted in the celebrated collection, Lisa s story the other shoe.In 2005, Sean won the Eisner Award for Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition.Sean continues to write comic books he also writes for the videogame and animation industries.

    501 thoughts on “Teen Titans, Vol. 11: Deathtrap

    • Meh.I'm not sure why this is billed as purely a Teen Titans book. It's actually a minor crossover between three titles: Teen Titans, Titans (the "classic" Teen Titans in their adult roles), and Vigilante. Now, I knew nothing about Vigilante going in, and as it turns out, I didn't really need to. The character, or at least this version of him, is self-explanatory. And so is the story: Jericho has gone rogue. Again. And that's all you need to know. Being a crossover, the quality is choppy. I could [...]


    • This continues the ongoing saga of the Titans as they regroup in the wake of Infinite Crisis. No Red Robin, no Superboy, no Kid Flash, no problem!Wonder Girl has Aquagirl, Bombshell and Static to add to the roster- Miss Martian, Blue Beetle, Kid Eternity and a now powerless Eddie Bloomberg (formerly Red Devil). They have numbers- now they need teamwork. I enjoyed this look at the new team on a dangerous mission that all of them will not survive.



    • "Deathtrap" is a good example of the problems that were very common through out this era of Titans. The premise is built on the very overused Titans Traitor storyline with a very violent and lackluster execution, especially disappointing given it's co-written by New Teen Titans writer Marv Wolfman. Also disappointing is the "evil" TItan here is Jericho who DC barely brought back and was barely used until this mess wasting the potential of a mute superhero and barely had any positive interactions [...]


    • A very lackluster book. What gets hyped as a crossover event between Teen Titans, Titans, and Vigilante was more a jumbled mess than event. As with most crossovers, inconsistencies abound. And sometimes it was a simple as the dead cop at the end of one issue didn't have a cap and uniform on, but in the next issue he did. Vigilante was an interesting character, but not to the point where I felt compelled to go searching for issues of his book. I guess the other thing about this collection was how [...]


    • Not bad. Some nice graphics - I particularly liked the use of colour - and a decent story linee Titans are under attack from their former team mate Jerico who is targeting both them and various bystanders to get their attention. Both the Titans and the teen Titans are trying for damage control but they are confused by the fact that someone else is hunting JericoThe story is pretty good and the characters are mostly well used, I really think they could have ditched the 'crime connection' it was i [...]


    • I wanted to like this book. I really like the team of Teen Titans that formed under Wonder Girl's leadership, but this book was flawed from the beginning and never tried to develop the characters or the team very much. The story is weak and poorly constructed. Very little of this book makes sense and the plotting is clunky. The art could have been better as well.I love these characters. They deserved better.


    • While some may view two stars as slightly harsh, bare in mind that I don't like the Teen Titans, especially this line-up. I mean, how can you have the Teen Titans without Robin, Kid Flash and preferably Superboy? The only one I actually like is Ravager and even she doesn't appear until halfway through the book. It was just kind of boring with slightly bland characters. But on the upside, at least nobody uttered the phrase 'Titans Together', thankfully.


    • The Jericho storyline is finally brought to a conclusion in this book. The plot jumps about a bit, but thats probably because of the different comics involved. An ok story, seems to be more filler than anything.


    • There's *way* too little Teen Titans for this to bear the Teen Titans brand. With its focus on Jericho, it's more in the milleu of the previous Titans. The story is fuzzy at times as it jumps from book to book, but overall OK.


    • Loved the artwork. Interesting plot but at times too many characters to keep track of and to try and follow all the plot threads. I do wonder though, if not being up to date with this series did impact on that.


    • A stupid bloodbath showcasing Jericho. His incredibly drawn out "plan" to assassinate the Titans yields a lot of dead bodies yet his former team mates still want to believe there's "some good" left in him. It ran four issues too long.


    • Last 2 chapters gave it the fourth star A good ending. But overall I did not care for this one too much.


    • Who is the traitor?You'll find out if you read this:DEven I couldn't think of the culpritXDD And I read many mystery


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