Review: Teen Titans #24
Submitted by: Theresa Stier, Comic News Writer
14 September 2016
“Red Robin Remembrance,” by Tony Bedard and artist Ian Churchill, is one of those comics that are needed after Detective Comics #940. We know, after reading Detective Comics #940, that Tim isn’t dead. However, his friends believe that he is. They all take a trip down memory lane, sharing their best memories of moments that they had with Tim, all great in their own right. My favorite memory was Miguel’s, though. It depicted the fun side of both Miguel and Tim, showing a side of these heroes that you might not think they have. You don’t picture Tim not knowing what to wear to a reunion. After all, his mentor was Bruce Wayne and he’s one of the best dressed men in Gotham!
These flashback comics are always nice to read, especially after a comic with a cliffhanger or a death. Even though the readers are curious as to where Tim is and who has him captive, this was needed. You need one comic that expresses the loss of Tim and what his friends (not just Bruce and Steph) are going through. I do hope, when it’s revealed that Tim is still alive, that The Titans come back together. Needing time is understandable, but when a team breaks up, it is never a happy moment.
The Verdict: This is a nice and needed follow up after Detective Comics #940, even if I am curious to know where Tim is. If you enjoyed Detective Comics #940, this is one that you have to read as well. Even though it’s a somber comic, it is a good read.