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Gather ’round the fire, fellow campers, because it’s time for that most terrifying of traditions-campfire stories so scary you’ll never sleep without a night-light again! The Teen Titans guide those brave enough through tales of Batman and the hidden killer, Superman and Lois Lane and the killer in their back seat, Harley Quinn and Darkseid versus a furious Bloody Mary, an Gather ’round the fire, fellow campers, because it’s time for that most terrifying of traditions-campfire stories so scary you’ll never sleep without a night-light again! The Teen Titans guide those brave enough through tales of Batman and the hidden killer, Superman and Lois Lane and the killer in their back seat, Harley Quinn and Darkseid versus a furious Bloody Mary, and four more stories so hair-raising you’ll call your momma to come pick you up. So toast your marshmallows, pull up a s’more, and answer the only question that matters this Halloween: Are you afraid of Darkseid?


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Gather ’round the fire, fellow campers, because it’s time for that most terrifying of traditions-campfire stories so scary you’ll never sleep without a night-light again! The Teen Titans guide those brave enough through tales of Batman and the hidden killer, Superman and Lois Lane and the killer in their back seat, Harley Quinn and Darkseid versus a furious Bloody Mary, an Gather ’round the fire, fellow campers, because it’s time for that most terrifying of traditions-campfire stories so scary you’ll never sleep without a night-light again! The Teen Titans guide those brave enough through tales of Batman and the hidden killer, Superman and Lois Lane and the killer in their back seat, Harley Quinn and Darkseid versus a furious Bloody Mary, and four more stories so hair-raising you’ll call your momma to come pick you up. So toast your marshmallows, pull up a s’more, and answer the only question that matters this Halloween: Are you afraid of Darkseid?

37 review for Are You Afraid of Darkseid? #1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    Are You Afraid of Darkseid? is one-shot special that serves as an anthology of eight comic vignettes. It was first published on 5 October 2021 with a cover date of December 2021. Are You Afraid of Darkseid? (★★☆☆☆) has Damian Wayne as Robin and his Teen Titans camping to bond, bored out of their minds, they decide to gather around the campfire to tell scary stories. This is not much of a story, but serves as the backbone that threads this anthology together. It is penned by James Tynion IV and pe Are You Afraid of Darkseid? is one-shot special that serves as an anthology of eight comic vignettes. It was first published on 5 October 2021 with a cover date of December 2021. Are You Afraid of Darkseid? (★★☆☆☆) has Damian Wayne as Robin and his Teen Titans camping to bond, bored out of their minds, they decide to gather around the campfire to tell scary stories. This is not much of a story, but serves as the backbone that threads this anthology together. It is penned by James Tynion IV and penciled by Juan Gedeon. Bloody Mary (★★★★☆) has Emiko Queen as Red Arrow telling the story of Harley Quinn teaming forces with the unlikely Darkseid as it serves as a modern re-imagination of the infamous Bloody Mary tale as she is one of Granny Goodness’ furies. It is penned by Kenny Porter and penciled by Max Dunbar. Backseat Killer (★★★☆☆) has Damian Wayne as Robin telling the story of Batman as he chases after Jarvis Tech as the Mad Hatter in his Batmobile, but is sidetracked when a phantom truck driver that seems impossible to stop is chasing after him. It is penned by Calvin Kasulke and penciled by Rob Guillory. Escape the Dark Fortress (★★★☆☆) has Xiomara Rojas as Crush telling the story of Green Lantern John Stewart taking on a giant alien brain that have trapped several sentient creatures on his planet in a galactic version of a haunted house. It is penned by Dave Wielgosz and penciled by Pablo M. Collar. The Endless Staircase (★★★★☆) has Wallace R. West as Kid Flash telling the story about the Phantom Stranger and his responsibility of escorting the dead towards their ultimate destination on the Endless Staircase over the course of time. It is co-penned by Collin Kelly and Jackson Lanzing and penciled by Jesús Hervás. The Ogopogo (★★★☆☆) has Jackson Hyde as Aqualad telling a story that happened to him and Aquaman as they try to calm an Ogopogo – an aquatic-like dinosaur, who has gone mad as someone stole her egg. As they search for the culprit only to find something more alien and deadly than the Ogopogo. It is penned by Ed Brisson and penciled by Christopher Mitten. Black-Eyed Kids (★★★★☆) has Emiko Queen as Red Arrow telling the story of the team-up of Wonder Woman and Vixen as they investigating a village in Africa, which are being visited by children with black eyes who knock on doors for entrance – refusal to do so is ill-advised. It is penned by Terry Blas and penciled by Garry Brown. The Cellar (★★★★☆) has William Wu as Roundhouse telling the story of Superman and Lois Lane investigative story missing children. Lois Lane and Clark Kent arrive to investigate the matter, which leads them to a house haunted by a vengeful spirit. It is penned by Jeremy Haun and penciled by Tony Akins. For the most part, this anthology of vignettes is written moderately well. Each short story pulls characters from a vast roster, famed and obscure, and places them at the heart of a spine-chilling narrative. Some tales dabble with the supernatural, while others deal with monsters from cavernous depths. There's even one that treats readers to an abstract representation of death. Nevertheless, not every tale is as terrifying as some bring poignant, heart-warming anecdotes to the forefront. As for the pencilers, there are far too many to comment or to form a cohesive flow as their styles are drastic from one another. They have rather distinct styles – some more pleasing to the eye than others. However, the artistic flow is mitigated somewhat by having one penciler or a team of pencilers doing one story, which made a clear distinction of a new story. All in all, Are You Afraid of Darkseid? is a nice and fun read about stories of the darker and creepier side of the DC Universe.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hunter

    The Teen Titans gathered around a campfire telling random scary stories to each other. Nothing crazy, but it was a fun book.

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