New Teen Titans (1980 , and 1984 up through 9)
Problems-- seems to blame the teenage girl, psycho or not-- for the statutory rape) Otherwise, arguably one of the best super-hero runs ever)
Teen Titans (1966)
Problems-- Bob Haney’s dialogue. But, man, could he tell a story, cats and kittens!
The Titans (1999)
Problems-- Editorial interference all the way through, causing the last ten issues or so to collapse. But the love of the characters evident in all the writers carries the day.
New Titans (1988 - through maybe 75-- the beginning of Titans Hunt)
Marv Wolfman gets some of that mojo back.
Titans Rebirth (2016 - through Annual #1)
Problems-- at least twice, this book was advertised as going twice a month, and Dan Abnett’s plotting always felt off because it didn’t. So Karen and Mal get shorted by the monthly schedule. But the gang is back together, man!
JLA/Titans The Technis Imperative (1997)
Problems-- too much JLA in what is ultimately a Titans story. But Devin Grayson shows some epic love and understanding of the Titans characters and situations.
Teen Titans (2003 - until Geoff Johns leaves)
Outsiders (2003 - until Infinite Crisis, then becomes more of a Batman and… book)
Young Justice (1997)
Young Justice (2019)
It has more of the spirit of the Titans than the current Titans book.
Teen Titans Rebirth (2016)
The rest of the gang is bang together-- kinda, sorta.
Titans Hunt (2015)
The Titans are back, b!t@hes!
Teen Titans (1984 - 10-49)
Problems? Gifted penciller Eduardo Barreto somehow seems wrong for the Titans. But the overall magic of the characters continues.
Teen Titans Go! (2004)
New Titans (1988 - Total Chaos)
Much better than I remembered it.
Team Titans (1992)
Teen Titans (1996)
Just a really good book, overall.
Teen Titans (1975)
Problems? Kinda… stupid… in… some ways… but still often loads of fun. But it is the first book to make the Titans a super-hero team first, and less about the surrogate family thing. And that’s a problem, too.
Titans (2016 - Post Rebirth)
It’s a really good book, but the Titans are NOT the junior Justice League. But, hey! Kyle!
Surprisingly awkward work from Judd Winnick, and the story lines of other books keep messing it up. Musical artists. But adding Red Arrow to the (formally New Teen) Titans team is worth the price of admission.
New Titans (1988 - between Titans’ Hunt and Total Chaos)
Too many crossovers stretch the Hunt out for seeming years, and musical editors begins–)
New Titans (1988 - After Total Chaos, through 115, and Post Zero Hour)
Musical editors becomes a nightmare-- musical artists, too, it seems like Marv Wolfman is trying, but it all winds up being a choppy nightmare.)
Teen Titans (2003 - the rest of the run)
Some times a good book, and sometimes a great one-- it loses a little of that Titans’ spirit.
Red Hood and The Outlaws (2011 - New 52)
Okay, the first issue is off-- and James Tynion, who one might expect to improve the book, really doesn’t-- but this really is more of a Titans book than the Teen Titans book at the time. And who the &&(& is Dustin?
Teen Titans (2014)
Such a vast improvement over the previous, new 52 book.
Justice League (2006 - Brightest Day - #53)
Seriously, count the Titans! The stories are just fine, but either James Robinson lost all ability to write women, or the editorial direction on the female characters was awful. or both.)
Teen Titans (2016 - post No Justice)
I like the new characters, mostly, and though I hated the Special, the book has been okay, but this has nothing of the spirit of the Titans in it at all.
Deathstroke - Rebirth (2016 - 21- annual 1 Defiance)
Tough call putting this on here, but Priest’s work is top notch.
Teen Titans Spotlight
Taken as individual issues, its okay, but the idea was story arcs, not one shots.
Titans/ Young Justice: Graduation Day
Resulted in two much better series.
Teen Titans (2011 - New 52)
Worst of the worst. Only readable as a Red Robin Book. Maybe a Red Robin and Bunker book. Didn’t hate Superboy. But the changes made to Wonder Girl and Soltice are horrifying, the Bar’Tor storyline is a nightmare-- it might be okay if it weren’t a rewrite of Impulse, but it is… the Raven story line is not good, either. I’ll stop now.
Not counted? Only solo books, and Titans: Villains for Hire.
Did I miss anything?