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Teen Titans Go! (TM): Burger versus Burrito

by Magnolia Belle

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This is a comic book that follows the daily life of 5 teen superheroes and the random shenanigans they end up instigating. The comic doesn't present a traditional message, but rather it shows that literature can be expressed in different ways with the way the media is present in a more graphic based orientation. the books story also conveys a message of inviting people to read a silly story for enjoyment. I have mixed feeling about this book. I enjoyed the focus on visual storytelling with text used to supplement the images as opposed to the opposite which is normal for traditional picture books. A key example of the visual storytelling being the fight between the giant burrito and Burger. the fight is shown to the reader without the need for words to describe the situation except for the use of onomatopeia to give sound to the characters' actions. However, it is my opinion that the artwork of the book is not the best. it conveys the actions well enough, but the character designs seem blocky and the comic uses a limited color palette with a focus on fluorescent colors that hurt the eyes after extended viewing. Also, I believe the book has a lower quality of writing which focuses mostly on getting cheap laughs using gross body humor over story development. An example of the low brow humor includes numerous burp jokes. These jokes may appeal to younger readers, but I think they are too numerous and immature. ( )
  tbaker13 | Oct 6, 2016 |
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BEAST BOY and CYBORG are having a totally awesome afternoon playing video games, when they realize something is missing...food! But these BFFs just can't agree on the best food ever created! Is it the Burger? Or is it the Burrito? Will the TEEN TITANS have to agree to disagree? Or will one cuisine reign supreme? TM & © DC Comics. (s14)

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 31 Aug 2015 08:16:54 -0400)

Beast Boy and Cyborg fight over which food is best, burgers or burritos.

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