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Sean McKeever
For more than two decades, award-winning writer Sean Kelley McKeever has been entertaining comics, games & animation fans with his distinct brand of storytelling. Best known for character-driven material such as SPIDER-MAN LOVES MARY JANE, INHUMAN, SENTINEL and THE WAITING PLACE--all of which... show more

For more than two decades, award-winning writer Sean Kelley McKeever has been entertaining comics, games & animation fans with his distinct brand of storytelling. Best known for character-driven material such as SPIDER-MAN LOVES MARY JANE, INHUMAN, SENTINEL and THE WAITING PLACE--all of which helped him to win an Eisner Award--Sean has also worked on THE INCREDIBLE HULK, MYSTIQUE, TEEN TITANS, AVENGERS: KREE-SKRULL WAR, X-MEN ORIGINS and the historic STAR WARS: THE OLD REPUBLIC MMO among many others.
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Birth date: January 08, 1972
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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 7 years ago
Collects issues 1-3. Fun, but confusing. Starts out with an Oriental-twist tale - although everyone's living in New York for some reason - although with a Kung Fu mastery type thing. Then moves onto modern tales that seem to be set in the current Marvel verse. Favorites are the story about the...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 8 years ago
Several stories featuring Spiderman in the new black costume, he has to deal with Venom, Aunt May's illness, genetically altered youths and several more issues. It's an interesting set of stories with some information about some of Spiderman's foes over the years and some thoughts about alternative...
Sesana
Sesana rated it 9 years ago
I had skipped over this volume when I was reading the last incarnation of Teen Titans, and I shouldn't have. It does fill in a few missing blanks. You'd get along without it, sure. But since it's actually pretty good, and features a goodly amount of well-written Ravager, it's certainly worth a read....
Sesana
Sesana rated it 9 years ago
Didn't we just do this story? With the Titans being suddenly targeted by an outside force while the team falls apart due to a lack of trust? Why, yes, we did, in the previous volume. And the one before that, as well. I'm hoping for something different in the next volume.
Sesana
Sesana rated it 9 years ago
Still doing crossover cleanup. This time, it's focused on Bart's death, until the evil future Titans show up again. I liked the dark future Titans the first time they showed up, but this time they're starting to come off more as cartoonish. The art is wildly inconsistent. The same character might lo...
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