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See what life is like at Sidekick Elementary! What could possibly go wrong when the kids of Sidekick Elementary spend an afternoon in the Batcave? These all ages tales from the DC Universe, beautifully written and illustrated by Art Baltazar and Franco, will entertain new readers and seasoned fans of comics. Collecting: Tiny Titans 13-18


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See what life is like at Sidekick Elementary! What could possibly go wrong when the kids of Sidekick Elementary spend an afternoon in the Batcave? These all ages tales from the DC Universe, beautifully written and illustrated by Art Baltazar and Franco, will entertain new readers and seasoned fans of comics. Collecting: Tiny Titans 13-18

30 review for Tiny Titans, Volume 3: Sidekickin' It

  1. 4 out of 5

    Sesana

    Cute and fun to read. There are some continuity references, and some callbacks to jokes in earlier Tiny Titans. This might be a barrier to the kids that it's really made for, but they might also be too busy enjoying the hijinks. I was. Cute and fun to read. There are some continuity references, and some callbacks to jokes in earlier Tiny Titans. This might be a barrier to the kids that it's really made for, but they might also be too busy enjoying the hijinks. I was.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    This really won an Eisner? For what, proving that DC writers smoke more crack per capita than any other demographic imaginable? Still, kind of hilarious and worth reading if only for the following exchange: "Hey, what's continuity?" asks Kid Flash. "Continuity? It's the consistency of contiguous events, stories, characters, plots, and places set in the DC Universe observed by the comic reader," replies Robin (who we presume is Dick Grayson even though both Cassandra and Donna are Wondergirls in t This really won an Eisner? For what, proving that DC writers smoke more crack per capita than any other demographic imaginable? Still, kind of hilarious and worth reading if only for the following exchange: "Hey, what's continuity?" asks Kid Flash. "Continuity? It's the consistency of contiguous events, stories, characters, plots, and places set in the DC Universe observed by the comic reader," replies Robin (who we presume is Dick Grayson even though both Cassandra and Donna are Wondergirls in this piece). "Are we in continuity?" the confused speedster asks again. "I don't think so," says Robin. "No lie," thinks the reader.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Laura

    I loved it but then I am a sucker for over cute comics :P The artwork is very basic but there is just something about it I love and makes me go AWWWWWWWEEEEEEEE!! Cause it's a graphic novel between the issues of the comic there is pin-ups and other things suchs as jokes. My god those jokes are so lame but had me giggling hard :P I love how simple the comics are. I love it's something I don't need to keep 'in touch with'...I can read it as I please. Besides all these points..As I was reading it was I loved it but then I am a sucker for over cute comics :P The artwork is very basic but there is just something about it I love and makes me go AWWWWWWWEEEEEEEE!! Cause it's a graphic novel between the issues of the comic there is pin-ups and other things suchs as jokes. My god those jokes are so lame but had me giggling hard :P I love how simple the comics are. I love it's something I don't need to keep 'in touch with'...I can read it as I please. Besides all these points..As I was reading it was giving me ideas for my own illustrations SO you see it works well for me x)

  4. 5 out of 5

    Travis

    My daughter got me to read this and it was one of the best comics for kids that I've seen in a long while. Reads like the Teen Titans cartoon, if Charles Shultz had been a creative consultant. Lots of short episodes, funny gags, great cartoony art and reoccurring story threads make this an ideal read for a kid just getting into reading and/or comic books. Something parents and kids could read together. 'Ka-bunny!' is my new favorite comic book sound effect. My daughter got me to read this and it was one of the best comics for kids that I've seen in a long while. Reads like the Teen Titans cartoon, if Charles Shultz had been a creative consultant. Lots of short episodes, funny gags, great cartoony art and reoccurring story threads make this an ideal read for a kid just getting into reading and/or comic books. Something parents and kids could read together. 'Ka-bunny!' is my new favorite comic book sound effect.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Vanessa

    The series is good for the entirety of its run, but this is the volume where it really hits its stride. The art is cute. The stories are sillier than the two earlier volumes. There's a good amount of parental bonus, but it isn't anything that takes too much away from the main story. The series is good for the entirety of its run, but this is the volume where it really hits its stride. The art is cute. The stories are sillier than the two earlier volumes. There's a good amount of parental bonus, but it isn't anything that takes too much away from the main story.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Tiny Titans: Sidekickin' It picks up where the previous trade paperback left off, collecting the next six issues (13–18) of the on-going 2008 series. Like the previous trade paperbacks, Tiny Titans: Sidekickin' It is composed of several individual mini-stories ranging from two to six pages in length with no overall cohesive storyline. The cast of characters is rather large and it is expanded a tad in this trade paperback, but not too much. Like the previous trade paperback, a child could do an ac Tiny Titans: Sidekickin' It picks up where the previous trade paperback left off, collecting the next six issues (13–18) of the on-going 2008 series. Like the previous trade paperbacks, Tiny Titans: Sidekickin' It is composed of several individual mini-stories ranging from two to six pages in length with no overall cohesive storyline. The cast of characters is rather large and it is expanded a tad in this trade paperback, but not too much. Like the previous trade paperback, a child could do an activity for fun and a pin-up poster that they could hang somewhere at the end of each chapter. The faculty of Sidekick City Elementary was expanded to have Lobo as the head coach. Darksied does double duty as the custodian engineer and the Monitor serves as detention supervisor, with Anti-Monitor tries to free the kids in detentions. When I was in school, I sometimes thought that teachers were evil – in Sidekick City Elementary – they are. There was an interdiction of a science club that was dubbed the Brainiac Club that includes members that has ever called themselves Brainiac from the original to Brainiac 5 from the thirty-first century. There was a mention of the Bird Scouts, but no actual scenes of it. The Pet Club has three appearances twice at the Wayne Manor and once in Paradise Island. As for what happened in Pet Club, well the first rule of Pet Club is that we do not discuss Pet Club. Art Baltazar and Franco Aureliani penned the entire trade paperback and for the most part, it was written rather well. It is quite funny, giving many Easter Eggs and allusion to comic events that have happened in the main continuity, which is rather clever for the older people who may be reading this series. Art Baltazar does double duty as he penciled the entire trade paperback as well and because he was the only penciler, the artistic flow of the trade paperback flowed exceptionally well. The penciling was done exceptionally well. It has a cartoonish quality, which is rather apropos to this series. All in all, Tiny Titans: Sidekickin' It is a rather wonderful continuation for the series and I can't wait to read the next trade paperback.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rylan

    Like the other Tiny Titans books these are just a collection of cute and fun stories for everyone to enjoy. Also they explain continuity in here and who knew a kids comic would have the best explanation of it.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jaidab

    3.5. My kids love these books.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Danger

    It was really funny. - G, age 8

  10. 5 out of 5

    Rosa

    More cuteness! I have to say that all of the books are very similar. For this volume you also had to have a good background knowledge of the DC Universe, and there were even a few things I didn't get and I'm usually pretty good. More cuteness! I have to say that all of the books are very similar. For this volume you also had to have a good background knowledge of the DC Universe, and there were even a few things I didn't get and I'm usually pretty good.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Danie

    These DC Comics for kids things are so freakin' cute. But, I sorta wish that they'd somehow make Batwoman one of the 'adults' in the series. Maybe a cool aunt of little Barbara or somethin'.... :D So frickin' cute! These DC Comics for kids things are so freakin' cute. But, I sorta wish that they'd somehow make Batwoman one of the 'adults' in the series. Maybe a cool aunt of little Barbara or somethin'.... :D So frickin' cute!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Jo Lambert

    This is the second Tiny Titans I got for the library! I think that the kids are really going to like these pint sized super heroes. These are really well done graphic novels for younger kids with short stories and great illustrations!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Lots of innocent fun, some jokes around Robin's diferent costumes. The in-jokes about the comics universe are more accessible this time, and you don't need to know about the events because the jokes are funny without the references. Great for kids. Lots of innocent fun, some jokes around Robin's diferent costumes. The in-jokes about the comics universe are more accessible this time, and you don't need to know about the events because the jokes are funny without the references. Great for kids.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Mary Jo

    Easy light reading and always enjoyable!! If you haven't read Tiny Titans - DO! Child versions of all your favorite DC superheroes acting like little kids. Easy light reading and always enjoyable!! If you haven't read Tiny Titans - DO! Child versions of all your favorite DC superheroes acting like little kids.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Joy

    My favorite scenes continue be those at Wayne Manor (Alfred!) or anything involving Raven. Highlights of this volume: bunnies, Robin's birthday presents, and Darkseid the Janitor. Hee. My favorite scenes continue be those at Wayne Manor (Alfred!) or anything involving Raven. Highlights of this volume: bunnies, Robin's birthday presents, and Darkseid the Janitor. Hee.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Gail

    Aw Yeah Pet Club!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Christa

    I'm not a big comic book fan, but these books are super cute. I have fun reading them to Landon. I'm not a big comic book fan, but these books are super cute. I have fun reading them to Landon.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amanda

    Just in case the Tiny Titans weren't adorable enough, let's add a plethora of cuddly bunnies to the mix! This series keeps getting cuter :-) Just in case the Tiny Titans weren't adorable enough, let's add a plethora of cuddly bunnies to the mix! This series keeps getting cuter :-)

  19. 4 out of 5

    (Jen) The Artist Librarian

    3 1/2 stars. Adorable art, appropriate for young audiences. I was on a Young Justice kick after watching the stellar short lived television show, so I'm going through comic books now. :) 3 1/2 stars. Adorable art, appropriate for young audiences. I was on a Young Justice kick after watching the stellar short lived television show, so I'm going through comic books now. :)

  20. 5 out of 5

    Eric

    A fun comic book for kids featuring kid superheroes. Funny and silly.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Paul

    2010.1113-2010.1113 Some great DC references made this volume a great read.

  22. 5 out of 5

    The Ghost's Library

    Definitely more of a children's book than some of the all ages fare available, this is still loads of fun if you let yourself get into the spirit. Definitely more of a children's book than some of the all ages fare available, this is still loads of fun if you let yourself get into the spirit.

  23. 4 out of 5

    jacky

    Fun as always. I always wonder if young kids make sense of everything in Tiny Titans without knowing characters well like an adult does. I found the pet and race plots very kid friendly.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Wondra Vanian

    I know they're for little kids but the Tiny Titans are just too cute! I know they're for little kids but the Tiny Titans are just too cute!

  25. 5 out of 5

    Ashlei

    Fun for those looking for graphic novels/comics for the 6-9 year olds and those old school enough to have watched teen titans

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    Another fun book in this series. The second book for this week in this series, I will be reading 1 book of this series each day this week. It is Teen Titans week for me! \o/

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

  28. 4 out of 5

    Simon Tong

  29. 5 out of 5

    Brendan

  30. 4 out of 5

    Eric

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