|claudie (flirting with modernism) (lipsofpoison) wrote in scans_daily,|
@ 2009-06-23 15:55:00
|Entry tags:||char: alfred pennyworth, char: aqualad/tempest/garth, char: argent/toni monetti, char: batman/bruce wayne, char: damage/grant emerson, char: robin/nightwing/dick grayson, char: speedy/red arrow/roy harper, char: starfire/koriand'r, char: wonder girl/troia/donna troy, creator: brian k. vaughan, creator: devin grayson, publisher: dc comics, title: titans|
The Titans #14
In the previous issue, Nightwing questioned peoples commitments to the team and told anyone who didn't want to commit to leave, causing Jesse to do so. He then feels over-stressed and heads back to Gotham for advice from his old mentor, so when danger strikes, Garth takes over the leadership role.
I think these are fun because you get to see the Titans rooms inside the tower. I love Toni's stuffed toys and Grant's room having all these archer themes and being a total wreck (which, at first, made me think it was Roys room), Kory being very stylish and feminine and Roy's little room sign. Even if that Ollie picture is freaky.
Followed by Dick doing something borderline dickery, but very self aware. That said, I love Dick's room having a Nightwing symbol.
I will be the first to admit that I wasn't bothered about Aqualad/Tempest, but I think one of the best things about this is it highlights that he can be very capable despite having a bad rep, while understanding the position Dick is so often put in.
So now it's off to Gotham, with Dick proving again that he is the bat who will ask for help if he needs it - though only from certain people.
Anyway, fight goes down, everyone but Garth gets out and there's general freaking out. Cue compliments about him and him being able to laugh at himself.