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Teen Titans Go! to Camp

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Summer's in the air and the Teen Titans are leaving Jump City behind for six fun-filled weeks of mosquitoes, sunstroke, and poison ivy at summer camp!


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Summer's in the air and the Teen Titans are leaving Jump City behind for six fun-filled weeks of mosquitoes, sunstroke, and poison ivy at summer camp!

33 review for Teen Titans Go! to Camp

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kailey (BooksforMKs)

    The Teen Titans have been banned from superhero summer camp, so this year for camp they are going to Camp Apokolips. The evil Granny Goodness is looking for recruits and is trying to undermine the heroes' friendships by getting them to compete against each other. No one is more competitive than Robin, and his enthusiasm sometimes overwhelms his better judgement, causing problems for the team. I liked the comedy in this comic! Robin is always getting up to crazy highjinks and ruining everyone's ca The Teen Titans have been banned from superhero summer camp, so this year for camp they are going to Camp Apokolips. The evil Granny Goodness is looking for recruits and is trying to undermine the heroes' friendships by getting them to compete against each other. No one is more competitive than Robin, and his enthusiasm sometimes overwhelms his better judgement, causing problems for the team. I liked the comedy in this comic! Robin is always getting up to crazy highjinks and ruining everyone's camp experience with his insane determination to win the "Best Camper" award. He is always trying to prove that he is the fastest, smartest, biggest hero in the entire camp, and that is the perfect backdrop for some truly hilarious failures. The campers have to endure the disgusting food, the crazy counselors, and the ultimate obstacle-course race where the winner is the one who lives through it. But somehow they learn to rely on each other and trust their instincts, and their friendships become stronger than ever. I like the pacing of the book, and there is plenty of action and silliness to keep your interest. There is some good character development, especially for Robin. The plot does a good job of balancing a lot of different characters, but we get to see little slices of scenes and dialogue from each of them. They are all memorable and fun! The best part of this book is the "letters from camp" as each of the characters write home about their camp experience, and each "letter" is illustrated by a different artist in a different comic style. It's so interesting to see all these art styles in the same book, and it feels like the different voices of each character is reflected in the art. Whether they are a silly or serious character heavily influences the writing style and the artwork. It's brilliant, and gives a whole new depth to the story! Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts and are not influenced by anyone.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    Read it on my blog! Teen Titans Go! to Camp is a charming and hilarious take on the Teen Titans. I admit that I am not the most familiar with the Teen Titans Go! TV show because by the time it came out I was a bit older than the target audience so I never really got into the show. But that did not affect my enjoyment of this book. The jokes that reference the show were easily understood, though I don't think the audience of this book in people who haven't seen the show. The humor worked really wel Read it on my blog! Teen Titans Go! to Camp is a charming and hilarious take on the Teen Titans. I admit that I am not the most familiar with the Teen Titans Go! TV show because by the time it came out I was a bit older than the target audience so I never really got into the show. But that did not affect my enjoyment of this book. The jokes that reference the show were easily understood, though I don't think the audience of this book in people who haven't seen the show. The humor worked really well for me. It is not always the nicest humor, and there is some use of language that I would rather not see, but it never uses a marginalized group as the punchline. Admittedly that is a low bar to clear but a lot of pieces of media still don't clear it. For the most part the humor is relies on the character archetypes and about how ridiculous a certain character was and as someone who is familiar with the Teen Titans original show, I liked quite bit. There was however a very distasteful joke about slavery which... yeah. Each chapter ended with a letter home from one character. These letters each have a different illustrator and a unique art style. Notably Abigail Larson drew Raven's letter which I think fit incredibly well. It was a very nice touch!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Caity

    I enjoy the Teen Titans Go TV show so I was excited to see how their antics translated to a graphic novel and I was thrilled with this book. The graphic novel captures the charm and humor of the cartoon and all the titans. I also really enjoyed the addition of the characters’ letters home from camp. Each letter was written by a different character and was accompanied by a different artists’ work. The different art styles were both a captivating visual element and also helped further highlight ho I enjoy the Teen Titans Go TV show so I was excited to see how their antics translated to a graphic novel and I was thrilled with this book. The graphic novel captures the charm and humor of the cartoon and all the titans. I also really enjoyed the addition of the characters’ letters home from camp. Each letter was written by a different character and was accompanied by a different artists’ work. The different art styles were both a captivating visual element and also helped further highlight how the different characters’ view themselves and the world around them. I also loved how this element expanded a bit more about what we know about the characters. The art throughout the book is all well done and I really enjoyed the setting of their camp. The summer camp setting makes it perfect for a summer book. The plotline was amusing and very reminiscent of the cartoon so I think it will certainly satisfy fans. Overall it’s a really fun book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ryan

    This is a fun book and it does not matter if one has seen the show or not. It's superheros acting zany and learning to become adults with the fun of being a kid. And who would have thought the titans would camp. Or be so bad at it.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Donald Scott

    Prose (The Story): After the uber-competitive Robin caused a landslide of molten marshmallow - during a hideous giant s'mores fiasco - effectively shutting down their last summer camp, this year the Teen Titans find themselves spending an even slightly more ... challenging six weeks at Camp Apokolips, which rather resembles Purgatory on a bad day, complete with fire pits and parademons and the presence of activity director Granny Goodness, a white-haired, chubby old lady whose evil eye is on aut Prose (The Story): After the uber-competitive Robin caused a landslide of molten marshmallow - during a hideous giant s'mores fiasco - effectively shutting down their last summer camp, this year the Teen Titans find themselves spending an even slightly more ... challenging six weeks at Camp Apokolips, which rather resembles Purgatory on a bad day, complete with fire pits and parademons and the presence of activity director Granny Goodness, a white-haired, chubby old lady whose evil eye is on auto-pilot along with her temper. Further to frustrate are the opposing bunks; the Titans must go up against the Titans East and the H.I.V.E. Five to compete in some very dangerous camp games - Robin, blindly and bullheaded-ly leading the way in his personal and selfish quest for the Camper of the Year title, no matter what - or who - he has to crush to get it. Don's (Thoughts): I love the Teen Titans, and this graphic novel depicts the gang's usual determination to win (or at least stay alive), no matter what insanity Robin leads them into with his big head and ego. The book has a few laugh-out-loud moments (Cyborg's band camp obsession won my heart) and is filled with the snarky humor you'd expect from the series; if I had any complaints, it would be that here the rest of the Titans seem to take a backseat to Robin's shenanigans throughout. One nice touch: each chapter ends with one of the team member's letters they've sent back home, talking about (and often playing up) the "great" time they are having at the horrible camp. Granny Goodness is very funny (even if she did bring back memories of an old grade-school teacher I'd rather have forgotten), and the ending is way cool ... right up to the last letter home depicted in the book, my personal favorite. Could have used a little more punch, but a solid and funny addition to the Teen Titans lexicon! 3.5/5 stars NOTE: I received a free ARC of this title from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.

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