Review: Teen Titans #24

[Editor’s note: This review may contain spoilers. It is advised that you read Detective Comics #940 prior to reading Teen Titans #24.]

Writer: Tony Bedard
Artist: Ian Churchill


Titled “Red Robin Remembrance,” this issue takes place directly after Detective Comics #940. Beast Boy, Wonder Girl, Bunker, Power Girl, and Raven are recounting their fondest memories of Tim Drake while trying to keep themselves from their sorrow.

We get to hear tales of fashion, pride parades, yachts, relaxation, bad physics jokes, and kisses that could have been. Each member of the Titans has a special link or memory with Tim and through them we see how Drake lived and the kind person he became.


He was a unique Robin because the negativity, anger, and malice that sometimes drive Batman and root themselves in the Robins, didn’t for him. He grew to be a kind person.

It will be interesting to see what the remaining Titans do with themselves. Bunker and Raven hint at traveling to see family while Wonder Girl and Power Girl seem to want to stick together. Red Robin acted as the bond for that team and it’ll take another Robin to join them together again.


This issue was great, it was a wonderful way to appreciate Tim Drake, the physics jokes were especially good if you enjoy science.


With the well storied and amazing life Tim Drake had, Teen Titans #24 seems to be too short. More stories would have made this issue far more powerful and inline with the seriousness of what happened.


This issue alone feels like a good way to pay respects to Red Robin. When read with Detective Comics #940 it is made that much more powerful.



To read our review of Detective Comics #940 click HERE!

To read our exclusive interview with  Jonboy Meyers, artist of the new Teen Titans book click HERE!

Konrad Secord-Reitz

Konrad (@WednesdayNR) is a comic book fan for all genres. Staring with superheroes and moving toward more non-traditional characters and stories he reads everything and anything that draws his attention and is written well. Growing up Konrad watched Batman:TAS and all the other WB cartoons. That childhood love of Batman spread into gaming and comics. In 2011, with the New 52, Konrad picked up his first comic and started collecting, not stopped since. Konrad loves to review comics and interview your favorite artists and writers! For more of his content be sure to follow him on social media and check out his website