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1/12/2018 c1 dshayyoung00
You know his joker personality acually is a mask right
3/30/2013 c2 1Maximum Vincente Ride
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8/22/2012 c50 12BBRAE623
7/8/2012 c50 UBMP
Sweet jumping jesus that was one amazing story. I spent at least 2 hours looking for a story with Gar as a hardass. And I managed to find it. Your story had it all references, comedy, action, romance, mystery, and just enough angst to apeal to my poor underdeveloped preteen mind. Your story was just plain amazing.
4/19/2011 c18 3bbthechamp1
this was a great chapter!, i wish gar would fight back though lol, still great!, will they ever face off again...i hope so.
12/13/2010 c50 3GoldenEyedFury
Alright, I have to say when I first started to read this I was sceptical, this is the first Teen Titans Fanfiction that I have ever read, and as it turned out, I loved it! You may also have ruined me for TT fanfiction. I have had that done before with a few other stories but yours is bloody brillant! I am going on to read your other works, and I will review each one when I finish reading them.

I decend from clan Innis, which clan do you hail from?
10/16/2010 c2 2Fayari
Shit, also forgot to mention my disappointment in the lack of mention of Ravager and Jericho, Deathstroke's sons. Would have made for an interesting 'father-sons' moment. I mean, come on, Deadshot, and even Punisher, gets some mention, but no Ravager? I understand Jericho since he's not all that famous, but still, Ravager was like the trial run version of Slade. Way better villain than Control Freak.

Compulsive masturbator indeed.
10/16/2010 c1 Fayari
Oh, sorry about this, I forgot that you also put in a Spirit reference in here. I just remembered I watched the movie of that one. It was weird. Yeah.
10/16/2010 c50 Fayari
Besides the amazing, and highly coincidental way you put most of my favorite comic book characters of all time in one story, what else can I say about you?

I like how you put in all the DC continuity nods. For the longest time I've been looking for works that emphasizes the tie-ins in the DC Multiverse. Yours is probably the best of all I've found.

I was especially interested in Tara Markov sleeping with Deathstroke (What? It interested me how someone so young slept with that old pedophile, plus it meant that Slade's interest in Robin wasn't him being gay, just pedophilic), but you seem to want to follow the animated series storyline.

Anyway, you integrating the animated series storyline into the rest of DC continuity created a bit of a conflict in me, since I imagined almost all of the characters in Jump City (Robin, Cyborg, Starfire, Dr. Light, Madame Rouge, Overload, Cinderblock, The Hive Five, Plasmus, even Control Freak) as being in their Teen Titans animated series form. Meanwhile, I imagined most of the rest (Question, Lantern, Batman, Joker, Lex, Darkseid, Superman and his 'World of Cardboard' Speech, kudos to you for alluding to that, by the way) as they're drawn in the Justice League: Unlimited animated series. And finally I imagined Garfield Logan (can't say Beast Boy) and Raven as what they look like on their individual wiki pages.

Oh, and I couldn't picture Huntress because honestly, I didn't know her.

Also, I never did get the difference between Mallah and Grodd. Damn talking apes.

I loved your humor, at least when it came to Question's conspiracY. Interesting how a hell of a lot of his statements regarding the entire conspiracy are proved accurate. Admittedly, I've been out of the comic conventions long enough to not know his relationship with Huntress. I don't know how old that particular piece of canon is, but hey, thanks for letting me know.

Special mention goes to that Chuck Norris joke you threw in near the beginning. And the small nod to all the evil girl scouts of the world.

I always thought the Brain should be given more screen time. He was kind of pathetic considering he's supposed to be the smartest being in existence. And your plot did his intellect justice, while still maintaining enough leeway for us lesser mortals to understand and follow.

And follow it I did. Like a Slade-obsessed Robin. I literally read all 170000 + words you wrote, including author's notes and all that shit, in one sitting. Three hours and fourty-one minutes, excluding review-typing time. What can I say? I guess reading all those comics increased my reading speed by a lot.

I noticed you very conspicuously said you weren't writing a sequel. A quick look to your profile confirms what you promised, of course. You didn't write A sequel. You wrote TWO sequelS.

I wonder how you could have so little a number in terms of reviews, if you write stories this good... must be the work of that evil girl scout conspiracy you 'accidentally' joked (exposed) about in your story...
3/9/2010 c50 narutodragon
great story it was so good that i read it all in day cause i just couldn't stop
2/7/2010 c50 Sir Omega
The story is better then most with the same characteristics(Teen Titans, M). I think the lack of reviews is because the Target Group for this story doesn't intersect too often with the usual Teen Titans readers. Oh, and about your spirits preference, 5 years old pear rakia is better hands down.
5/19/2009 c10 emperor-soul
good job with this.
4/1/2009 c50 9kobez2.0
This was an awsome book. And I havn't really looked at your profile yer so I hope you weren't serious whn you said there was no sequal. Because it would turn out awsome.

3/31/2009 c18 kobez2.0
I like how your writing of Gar is subtley changing. It seems like his thoughts and speech is slowly shifting from complete descriptive sentences to short bursts of thought. It seems like a really well done homage to Rorschach.

3/31/2009 c6 kobez2.0
This is awsome! Your an amazing writer.

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