Titans #20 Review

Title: Titans #20
Publisher: DC
Writer: Dan Abnett
Pencils: Paul Pelletier
Inks: Andrew Hennessy
Colors: Adriano Lucas
Letters: Carlos. M Mangual
Published: February 14th, 2018

Publisher’s Summary: “TITANS APART” part one! After the Titans are forced into a hiatus by the Justice League, Roy Harper, a.k.a. Arsenal, finds himself without a team—but not without a purpose—as he investigates the rise of a dangerous new drug running rampant in the streets of New York City. But Arsenal isn’t alone—his ex, Cheshire, has joined him on his mission! But are her motives as altruistic as she claims? Or are darker forces at work?


Dan Abnett continues his story arc that follows the disbanded Titans as they try to figure out their lives now that they have been ordered to go their separate ways. As is to be expected, Abnett’s excellent writing immediately draws readers in and keeps them hooked until the very end. Paul Pelletier’s artwork enhances Abnett’s script and the overall reading experience while Adriano Lucas’ spectacular use of color brings the story to life.

The Bottom Line:

As the dust settles and the Titans work on re-establishing themselves as individuals, Titans #20 makes for an enjoyable read thanks to a well-written scripts and excellent color work.