Titans: The Lazarus Contract

Titans: The Lazarus Contract Review

They are the greatest young heroes this world—or any world—has ever known. They are the Titans. And now, from the void between the worlds, one of their most legendary members has emerged.

Wally West, a.k.a. Kid Flash, has returned. Powered by the Speed Force, he’s brought the secrets of time and space following in his wake.

And with those secrets comes a prize that Deathstroke, the most lethal foe the Titans have ever faced, would do anything to claim: the rebirth of his long-dead son.

Now Titans from every team—past, present or future—must unite to stop the killer called Slade from claiming his sinister prize. Can the Titans and the Teen Titans work together to stop this evil? Or will the two teams turn on each other, leaving Deathstroke to seize control?

Discover the answer in TITANS: THE LAZARUS CONTRACT! One of the greatest Titans tales ever told, from the creative team of Christopher Priest, Dan Abnett and Benjamin Percy! Collects TITANS #11, TEEN TITANS #8, DEATHSTROKE #19-20 and TEEN TITANS ANNUAL #1.

Title:Titans: The Lazarus Contract
Edition Language:English

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  • Wing Kee

    Pretty bad. World: The art is fine, it's the same artists for the main book so you get what you get. The world building is a mess. This is an event so all these three books come crashing together and ...

  • James DeSantis

    Well...this was a something. So you know of Judas Contract right? I mean even if you haven't read of it you know of it. From Slade being a creepy villain who uses one of the teen titans who is sleepin...

  • Chad

    Deathstroke decides out of the blue to go back in time to save his son Grant who died years ago. So he kidnaps both Wally Wests to steal their speed. There's something about a Lazarus Contract between...

  • Ken Moten

    This was an interesting experience. I get why this crossover is viewed controversially, but since I was coming-off Deathstroke the story featured here worked in my favor. I know that what had original...

  • Higor Hebert

    Primeiro, isto é uma história do Exterminador, muito mais do que uma história dos titãs. As duas primeiras partes são bem medianas, não são ruins mas não são nada demais.Da terceira pra frent...

  • Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues]I'm a fan of the Rebirth Titans, Teen Titans, and Deathstroke series. They're all very different, and the characters all share a lot of history, so a crossover between them make...

  • C.T. Phipps

    I'm not a big fan of the cult of Deathstroke: The Terminator. I think he's a fine villain but a lot of comic book characters attempt to portray him as an invincible avatar of badassitude. However, he ...

  • Will Robinson Jr.

    This book was okay. I have been really enjoying the Titans series written by Dan Abnett. So of course I have to read the first Teen Titans crossover event. The story is actually quite good and filled ...

  • R.C. Rejino

    There's quite a few things I can say about the Lazarus Contract event from DC. First of all, this event directly ties into the Titans, Teen Titans, and Deathstroke Rebirth series as Deathstroke aka Sl...

  • Alan

    Usually I'm not fond of what seems to be forced crossovers. What sells this tale are the Deathstroke, and his supporting cast bits, especially in the epilogue. Writer Christopher Priest has discussed,...