Teen Titans: Raven

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Teen Titans: Raven is written by Kami Garcia and illustrated by Gabriel Picolo. It is very bleak; Raven defeats a demon. The illustrator uses mostly black and white colors to make it dark, unhappy, and like an old movie. The book begins in a car accident. I was in a car accident once when a guy in his Nissan bumped us! Raven has a nightmare when her mother is in a cemetery. She can’t remember her favorite song. But she can remember when her mom taught her how to make pasta and how to do math! This book has some strong language that makes it more appropriate for teens rather than for preteens, so please do not read this book unless you are a teen. There is, however, a mysterious guy named Slade, which is the exact name of the villain in the movie Teen Titans GO!: To the Movies. I liked that movie, but this book has a lot more darkness than the movie did. So if you are looking for a book that is similar to the Teen Titans movie, this might not be the right choice for you. If you like dark comics, maybe you will enjoy this book.

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Author Kami Garcia • Gabriel Picolo, Illustrator
Star Count 3.5/5
Format Trade
Page Count 176 pages
Publisher DC Ink
Publish Date 02-Jul-2019
ISBN 9781401286231
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Issue July 2019
Category Young Adult


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