Read Teen Titans Vol. 2: The Rise of Aqualad Online Free - The Teen Titans are settling into their new lives in Titans Tower in San Francisco...even if answering to Damian Wayne takes a lot of getting used to. But Beast Boy, Raven, Starfire and Kid Flash soon have a lot more than an overbearing Robin to worry about—a prison breakout has led to a string of disappearances, and some of them hit close to home.
Now, to rescue the kidnapped, the Titans will have to go toe-to-fin with King Shark, and the Titans are out of their depth...literally!
But a new teen hero named Jackson Hyde has seen the Titans in action, and he’s headed to Titans Tower to try to join the team. Will Aqualad be enough to turn the tide for the Teen Titans...or will the mystery of his powers unleash an even deadlier threat on the team?
Writer Benjamin Percy and artist Khoi Pham continue the DC Rebirth adventures of the heroes of tomorrow, today in TEEN TITANS Vol. 2! Collects TEEN TITANS #6-7, #9-11.
|Title||:||Teen Titans Vol. 2: The Rise of Aqualad|
|Number of Pages||:||128 pages|
March 02, 2018
I really liked the team dynamic in this book and how the rest started to revolt against Damian and his totalitarian ways. The King Shark arc was kind of hokey. Both his plan and the fact that a shark with appendages all of a sudden could use technology was pretty outlandish. The Black Manta issue...
January 07, 2018
It's getting better!
World: The art was solid and the splash pages were pretty good but I wish the artist rotation was not happening so often. This series really needs consistent art. The world building was very solid with pieces drawn from the DCU that were fun and also building character origins...
February 24, 2018
[Read as single issues]
There's a new Titan in town, and just in time too! Aqualad makes the scene in time to help the team deal with King Shark, before his father, Black Manta, turns up and stirs up all kinds of family drama. Then, after being kicked out of the team by Damian, Kid Flash is back!
March 13, 2018
Good story, excellent art and an opening to take the story in interesting directions. We meet Jackson Hyde who is tired of hiding who he is and what he can do and is equally tired of never getting any answers from his mother including who his father is. Meanwhile, the Teen Titans are having a bit...
March 20, 2018
Damian cracked me up throughout this. He was my favorite part of this whole volume. Otherwise, I was pretty underwhelmed by the plot. It wasn't bad, but it didn't exactly grab my attention and make me unable to put the book down either. Jackson Hide was fine I guess, but it really just made me mi...
December 15, 2017
With all the crossovers and side stories the development of this versions of the Teen Titans has taken a lifetime.
In the first volume the team was created, in this second volume they all finally get together as a team. I'm really liking where Percy is taking this version of the TT, but they kee...
March 15, 2018
3.5 stars. I didn’t love this like I did the first one. It felt like more angst than depth. I’m fine with the former as long as I get some of the latter as well. I’d love more character development in the next book.
March 23, 2018
A great origin story and another great outing for the Justice Lwavue of tomorrow. I hate when trades skip issues. Kid Flash is suddenly off the team and everyone is upset that Robin fired him... why couldn't we see that.
Also A+ making Aqualad gay.
October 16, 2017
Better than the first book but again didn't really grab me too much, I did find it funny when the new Aqualad came out to Black Manta and he responded with "I don't care"
March 19, 2018
I especially like the bit where Jackson and Damian are starting to bond over psycho parents...