Exclusive Preview: TEEN TITANS #18 Beast Boy Is A Lost Boy In Nevrland

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Teen Titans #18 hits your local comic book store on March 28, but thanks to DC Comics, Monkeys Fighting Robots has an exclusive five-page preview for you.

Teen Titans #18 is written by Benjamin Percy, with art by Scot Eaton, inks by Wayne Faucher, colors by Jim Charalampidis, with the main cover by Dan Mora, and the variant cover by Joëlle Jones.

About the issue:
“The Following” part two! When Robin’s murder investigation casts suspicion on Beast Boy’s new employer, Nevrland, Beast Boy finds himself the odd man out on the Teen Titans. Caught between his best friends and his new purpose in life, Beast Boy sets out to prove that Nevrland is completely aboveboard… but what he finds will lead Beast Boy down a dangerous path!

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Exclusive Preview: TEEN TITANS #18

Exclusive Preview: TEEN TITANS #18

Exclusive Preview: TEEN TITANS #18

Exclusive Preview: TEEN TITANS #18

Exclusive Preview: TEEN TITANS #18

Exclusive Preview: TEEN TITANS #18

Exclusive Preview: TEEN TITANS #18

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