Tiny Titans Vol. 1: Welcome to the Treehouse Paperback – Feb 10 2009
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Don't accept knockoffs when you can have a fun read with characters that are based on great stories pioneered over 70 years ago.
The missus even had a chuckle while reading it!
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The Art and Writing Team of Art Balthazar and Franco are a match made in geek heaven, as they've been working together for years already with Patrick The Wolf-Boy, Gorilla Gorilla (featured in Disney Adventures)and many others.
This book is perfect to get for kids of all ages,and heck, I'm 21 years old and it still makes me smile and chuckle. I cannot recommend this enough! Buy 10 copies! hand them out to friends!
AWWWW YEAH TITANS!!
The premises is about the sidekicks of DC superheroes as little children. I'm not very familiar with DC's lineup so there are a lot of jokes I probably missed not knowing a lot about the characters. And some of the jokes are, well...not that sophisticated. Still, it's target audience is probably preteens and younger and I think my preteen nephews have pretty basic humor so I imagine its target audience would probably find the jokes hilarious. The comic comprises of little stories, most of which don't really link up to each other. But I imagine that's fine since I doubt little kids are ready for major story-arcs. Each story is only about 2-4 pages long so I imagine it's great for kids with no attention span.
The artwork, again, is very cute and it's a nice introduction to comic book for young children. The pages are flimsier than most comic books intended for adults. But the colors are vibrant and the binding looks nice. I'll have to check with my nephew to see what he thinks of it the next time I see him.