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10 Teen Titans Graphic Novels You Must Read Before You Die
Graphic Novel: Teen Titans Go! Roll With It! - Outnumbered 3 to 1
Opinions expressed are my own. Just in time for the school year comes a new title in the fan-favorite Teen Titans Go! No, not escape. This is Robin, remember? This graphic novel is unique because artists Agnes Garbowska, Dario Brizuela, Abifail Larson, Emma Kubert, Leila del Duca, Erich Own, Jamal Igle, and Franco are all drawing a different letter sent home from camp at the end of each chapter, so you can see how these Teen campers really feel about their camp experience! Robin is his usual self as he wants to WIN no matter the cost when it comes to beating their camp rivals. I only wish my daughter had been able to actually attend sleep away camp this year because this would have been perfect to mail to her in a care package!
Graphic Novel: Teen Titans Go! Roll With It!
The novel's writer Kami Garcia is no stranger to blending the mystical and mysterious with the struggles of adolescence, as the best-selling co-author of Beautiful Creatures. It's an understatement to say that Raven -- available now --is a strong start to the entire endeavor, bringing new life and new characters into her classic origin. Screen Rant had the chance to speak with Garcia and Picolo about their approach to this new graphic novel, the decision to shift Raven's story to the backdrop of New Orleans, where it fits into the larger DC Universe, and what fans can expect from the upcoming Beast Boy novel, too.
Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New arrivals. When a tragic accident takes the life of seventeen-year-old Raven Roth's foster mom--and Raven's memory--she moves to New Orleans to live with her foster mother's family and finish her senior year of high school.