Historically speaking, the Teen Titans have not had a really great time dealing with adults. If it's not a one-eyed weirdo trying to murder them with swords and juvenile delinquents, it's a cult leader who literally drinks blood trying to turn them over to demonic ancestors. So really, it's not much of a surprise that this time, they're dealing with being framed for mass murder.

Well, Superboy is, anyway, and as you might expect, that's a pretty big source of stress, to the point where it's left the team fractured, with Robin, Raven, Beast Boy, Bunker and Chimera on the run from everyone --- including Manchester Black. And really, when you think about all that, then deciding to break into a jail in a last-ditch effort to clear your names actually starts to seem like a pretty decent idea.

Check out a preview of this week's issue below!








The Teen Titans have been flying a little bit under the radar since the relaunch under Will Pfeifer (one of the most underrated writers in superhero comics), but considering how much of a sucker I am for both teen superheroes and jailbreak stories --- and with Felipe Watanabe doing a solid job on pencils --- now seems like it might be a pretty great time to check it out. Here's the official solicitation:

Cover by BENGALBombshells Variant cover by ANT LUCIA
On sale AUGUST 26 • 32 pg, FC, $2.99 US • RATED T
Red Robin draws closer to proving Superboy’s innocence! But with the Titans trapped behind bars, in a prison built to house superpowered criminals, how will the truth ever be revealed?


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