The New Teen Titans: Who is Donna Troy?

The New Teen Titans Who is Donna Troy Collects The New Teen Titans Tales of The New Teen Titans The New Teen Titans TITANS OUTSIDERS SECRET FILES and much One of the most popular and enduring characters of the Titans f

  • Title: The New Teen Titans: Who is Donna Troy?
  • Author: Marv Wolfman George Pérez Phil Jimenez Dick Giordano
  • ISBN: 9781401207243
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Paperback
  • Collects The New Teen Titans 38, Tales of The New Teen Titans 50, The New Teen Titans 50 55, TITANS OUTSIDERS SECRET FILES 2003 and much One of the most popular and enduring characters of the Titans family, Donna Troy has led many lives and many personas as Wonder Girl, Darkstar and Troia With the help of fellow Titan Dick Grayson, Donna learns of a key moment inCollects The New Teen Titans 38, Tales of The New Teen Titans 50, The New Teen Titans 50 55, TITANS OUTSIDERS SECRET FILES 2003 and much One of the most popular and enduring characters of the Titans family, Donna Troy has led many lives and many personas as Wonder Girl, Darkstar and Troia With the help of fellow Titan Dick Grayson, Donna learns of a key moment in her past just in time for her wedding But will her newfound history prove to be just a lie, when the Titans of Myth come to turn her world upside down This collection features the most demanded stories focusing on Donna Troy, delving into her past, while laying the foundation for her future in the DC Universe

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    1. So many facepalm moments when reading this arc.I prefer to see "Who is Donna Troy" (WIDT) issue is in another universe than "Who is Wonder Girl" (WIWG). The attempt in WIWG to overwrite the origin of Wonder Girl in WIDT was unbearable to read, I prefer to skip that part in WIWG. It was not a reset, but the story really tried to explain that the origin story in WIDT was not the truth. But there were so many inconsistencies. (view spoiler)[ if Donna didn't live in an orphanage nor had foster paren [...]

    2. This collection was all about who Donna Troy was, how she came to be and where her life went. I feel like I truly understand how Donna was raised and some what know the kind of person she was. The first and last comic in the collection aren't actually part of the 'Who is Donna Troy?' story line but they do focus heavily on her and are great stories to read. I loved the story line and where it went. I also really enjoyed the little bonus content we got where there were a few chapters explaining w [...]

    3. I'm a big fan of the Wolfman/Perez era Titans, but this collection fell flat in her first origin (oh yes, there's two because of the Crisis reboot), Nightwing figured out the mystery of Donna Troy, a 40 year old character in ONE issue. I thought that was a little much. Then, her second origin took the Titans on a tedious space adventure. I think the best part of the book was the epilogue in which Donna dies, BEFORE SHE'S REBOOTED AGAIN.

    4. I remember always having enjoyed The New Teen Titans somewhat after it was initially published. (I was four years old when the first issues came out, and only read The New Teen Titans comics somewhat later in life.) At its best—primarily when creators Marv Wolfman and George Pérez were centrally involved—The New Teen Titans was about as good a superhero comic as there was, with taut, complex storytelling, intricate characterization, and excellent, crisp artwork. And this volume, The New Tee [...]

    5. I've had this book out of the library for quite some time. I requested it when I was on my Teen Titans kick. I knew vaguely of Donna Troy from when I read the Countdown to Final Crisis series and I thought it might be an interesting read.The book pulls from several different storylines in Donna Troy's life, all trying to find out about her past. It is a good, concise look at how DC went about changing back stories for various characters - in this instance, Donna Troy. It starts before Donna's ma [...]

    6. There should be mire collections like this, that help you catch up with a character with a lot of rebooting. This is three stories, two short and one long. In the first one, Robin helps Donna figure out who her parents were with some solid detective work and hugs. Very nice. Second story, Donna marries Terry, in a nice party that is totally fun and sweet. Third story is the reason I'm not rating this higher, where Donna finds out she was actually raised by Titans? Not bad, sometimes good, but so [...]

    7. Well what can it be said? Donna Troy has been one of the most difficult characters to understand in the DC Comic Universe. Adoptive kid sister to Wonder Woman, parents murdered, parents not murdered, member of cosmic warrior group, wife, mother, widow, deceased or is it deceased?Personally I prefer the magical sister-clone which sadly is not covered in here. Still I do love her wedding to Terry which is the first part of this story and other Teen Titans adventures in this collection. Interesting [...]

    8. Si no me equivoco, gran parte del contenido de este tomo lo tengo leído entre los tacos de Zinco y "el regreso de Donna Troy" de SD. Cuando lo corrobore, seguro rerreseñe.

    9. This one is a nice compilation of stories that tries to give some explanation of Donna Troy's story. Obviously, a companion for "The Return of Donna Troy".

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