Teen Titans, Vol. 3: Beast Boys and Girls

Teen Titans Vol Beast Boys and Girls The spotlight is squarely focused on Beast Boy in two complete sagas First in the days before the current incarnation of the Teen Titans Beast Boy tries to reignite his stalled acting career only to

  • Title: Teen Titans, Vol. 3: Beast Boys and Girls
  • Author: Geoff Johns Ben Raab Justiniano Tom Grummett Chris Ivy Lary Stucker
  • ISBN: 9781401204594
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teen Titans, Vol. 3: Beast Boys and Girls

    The spotlight is squarely focused on Beast Boy in two complete sagas First, in the days before the current incarnation of the Teen Titans, Beast Boy tries to reignite his stalled acting career only to find himself implicated in a murder Then, Beast Boy is seemingly cured of his animal shape changing powers only to see the children of San Francisco suddenly run riot, assuThe spotlight is squarely focused on Beast Boy in two complete sagas First, in the days before the current incarnation of the Teen Titans, Beast Boy tries to reignite his stalled acting career only to find himself implicated in a murder Then, Beast Boy is seemingly cured of his animal shape changing powers only to see the children of San Francisco suddenly run riot, assuming green animal shapes with no experience and lots of panic Introduction by Geoff Johns.

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    One thought on “Teen Titans, Vol. 3: Beast Boys and Girls

    1. Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

      I will confess that I have gotten into watching Teen Titans Go! on Cartoon Network, and I really like the character of Beast Boy. I decided to give these graphic novels a spin and this is the first one I grabbed. My Observations:Beast Boy on the cartoon is a lot more wacky than in the book. He looks more childish as well and is of diminutive height. In the books, he's movie star handsome. While not tragic, you can see that he has suffered a lot. Part of Beast Boy's story is one of loss--his birt [...]

    2. Sophia

      This series was mostly about Beast Boy, how he came to be what he is and the journey he took before becoming part of the new team of Teen Titans. It was interesting to see Gar in a different way and not as someone so self-confident and immature, but as someone that wasn't sure of himself but knew the right thing to do. Overall, a good story if you want to know a little more about Garfield Logan.

    3. Emily

      I love BeastBoy. I really do. So I was really looking forward to this. But this just seemed to skim the surface of his story. The deep feelings I know he has about his past and his family and his friends just weren't there. This was split into 2 parts. The first was him being framed for a murder, and about his ambition to be a star. I've never been a fan of his journey to Hollywood, so since that was a major plot point, that also brought down the rating. That being said, the 2nd part was AWESOME [...]

    4. Jody

      To be totally honest, the only "heroes" I was a fan of growing up was the X-Men. A few years back, Cartoon Network released an "anime" type of series called "Teen Titans". I was an instant fan!Because I didn't really know the Teen Titans until the Cartoon Network show was released, I didn't really know much about the back story of any of the heroes. I mean, I knew Robin was Batman's sidekick, but the series got me hooked. I started reading this series a while back, but I couldn't find the rest o [...]

    5. Robert Wright

      If you're trying to follow the Titans series, this will mostly be treading water for you, as it is mostly a collection of the Beast Boy/Changeling mini-series with a couple Teen Titans issues thrown in.Still, for those who like the Changeling character, this adds some depth and understanding of why he belongs in the group as more than comic relief.

    6. Trent

      Always love a Beast Boy-centric story, as he's my favorite Teen Titan. Much more interesting than Wonder Girl or Cyborg.

    7. Joyce

      This was actually kind of cute. A little disjointed because half of the book is a mini from years before, but it provided nice development and depth for Gar Logan.

    8. Amy

      I really love this series! It's a way different than the TV series that was on Cartoon Network, but like reading The Walking Dead and watching the series, I like seeing how they differ and relate. In this book, I started off fairly confused. They leave everything that happened with Raven in the last edition on a cliffhanger for a bit and do a filler-like story on Beast Boy. Now I enjoyed reading about good ol' Beast Boy, but still had the "what about Raven!?!? Get back to the story line!" going [...]

    9. Fizzgig76

      Beast Boy battles a doppelganger while trying to get back into Hollywood and then suffers a setback after being accused of infecting other children with his disease. The collection reprints the Beast Boy series from before the Teen Titans series, which by itself wasn't bad. The Beast Boy series doesn't make entire sense when it is combined with the Teen Titans series which always portrays Gar as a younger character. The Teen Titan story arc almost seems repetative and goes too long.

    10. Annice22

      There were two very well written stories that centered around Beast Boy. The first follows Beast Boy being accused of murder in Hollywood after he tried to revive his acting career. He got some help from Flamebird, a former member of the Teen Titans West and Nightwing.While the second story found him losing both his abilities and his green coloring that were some how transferred to the children in San Francisco.

    11. Earline

      If you're a Beast Boy fanatic then this volume is a must-read. I loved Justiniano's artwork in the Beast Boy story in the first half of the trade very Bachelo/Tony Daniel-esque. The Teen Titans story was pretty fun with a girl Robin and an evil scientist ripping off his face to reveal his crazy purple scaly skin. Gotta love mad scientists!

    12. Ercsi91

      One of my fav. Teen Titans story. Probably cause Beast Boy/Garfield is one of my fav. characters:DBoth stories were great, in the first one he seemes more of an idiot adultXD but in the second one he sacrifice's himself just to save the children :D And finally FLASHBACK-TIME -we learn the truth behind his abalities/illness. I really like this idea:DGooo Beast Boy:D!

    13. Jeff

      The reprinted Beast Boy mini-series was enjoyable. However, the rest of the book was not nearly as interesting. The whole collection was a nice character study of a comic character that not as many people may be familiar with.

    14. Eros

      Geoff Johns is an outstanding writer. He makes you care about characters you either forgotten about or had no interest in the past, making them not only viable, but interesting. If you haven't read Flash:Rebirth, I recommend it. I think its his best

    15. Maddy Boden

      The one wasn't the best one in the series! But it was still good! The guy at the comic book store told me that it was a finished series's not. There is no beginning, middle, and end, so be ready for the miserable cliff hanger!!!

    16. Dan

      First off the overly cartoony cover really turned me off, and I will admit that the New 52 run made me want to read some of the older books. But this was so meh, and with the chatting amongst the Titans about stuff unrelated to the storyis really made me hate this book even more.

    17. Scott

      Compared to many other comic collections, this is straightforward, uncomplicated fun. It won't blow your mind, but it'll keep you entertained for an hour.dustandspores/200

    18. Chadwick

      Disposable, bubble-gummy DC trash. It was hella fun. I've been doing a lot of the reading to avoid thinking thing recently, and this washed over my brain like strawberry soda.

    19. Joe

      A fun look at Beast Boy-Changling.I still feel like they could have done more.He still isn't the hero he could beFun.

    20. Patrick

      Continuing with a high quality that I can appreciate.This set focused on some of the characters we less development thus far. I like how Johns rotates them in and out of the spotlight.

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