Teen Titans #41 (Review)

May 27, 2020


Teen Titans #41
DC Comics

Written by: Adam Glass and Robbie Thompson
Art by: Eduardo Pansica
Inks by: Julio Ferreira
Colors by: Marcelo Maiolo
Letters by: Rob Leigh


The Djinn wars come to an epic conclusion as the Titans will have to storm Heaven itself to stop Elias.

The Titans are trapped with Djinn as she prepares to kill all of her friends. It will take the strength of their friendship and their feelings for her to finally convince her that she can stand on her own. As she discovers the strength within herself, she finally shatters her connection to the ring that imprisoned her. With Djinn and the other free, the next step is to take down Elias. 

As Robin gathers the team together for the assault, he tells them that the only way his plan will work is if they all trust him. A task that is easier said than done with what they know about Damian and his methods. They will have to decide quickly because in order to take down Elias and his army, the Teen Titans will have to storm the gates of heaven itself. 

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The finale of this story arc is satisfying in how it resolves the main conflict, but it lacks in its resolution of the elephant that is still in the room with these characters. That being said, the overall emotion of the issue felt lacking in many ways. While the final assault on Djinn is done well, there story felt flat emotionally. Even the resolution between Djinn and her friends felt stale. 

Eduardo Pansica does great work with the art in the issue. The characters look great and the action in the fight against Elias is amazing. 

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