Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Will (SPOILER)’s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Posted by May 14, 2019 Comment

This preview of Teen Titans #40 contains spoilers for Deathstroke #43, released earlier this month, so click away now if you don’t want to read them…

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Now then, if you read Deathstroke #43, you know that Red Arrow shot Deathstroke through the eye, killing him, in the issue’s final pages. Also of note, the robins came home to roost when the rest of the team learned of the illegal supervillain prison Damian was keeping underneath their base.

Now, in Teen Titans #30, it’s time for the fallout, as this preview shows. The team wants answers. The solicit promises consequences. Will the Teen Titans break up? Well, probably not, as they still have more issues to come after this. Then again, Deathstroke still has more issues to, but at least we’re supposed to be getting a new Deathstroke. Okay, so maybe there are no consequences for death in comics.

Teen Titans #30 is in stores on Wednesday.

Teen Titans #30
(W) Adam Glass (A/CA) Bernard Chang
“The Terminus Agenda” epilogue! Every decision has consequences, and after the shocking events of DEATHSTROKE #43 (trust us, you don’t want to miss it!) it’s time for Damian and the rest of the Teen Titans to take stock of what they’ve done. But the team barely has time to process before a new threat emerges in the form of Crush’s absentee father…Lobo!
In Shops: May 15, 2019
SRP: $3.99

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

Will (SPOILER)'s Death Have Consequences? Teen Titans #30 Preview

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(Last Updated May 14, 2019 8:13 am )

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