This title has continued to devolve into what is now one of the most awful titles I read every month. If it were not for the long-time Roy Harper and Starfire fan in me, I'm sure I would have listened to my brain by now and dropped this title.
I like that James Tynion is focusing more on Roy and Kori than previous writer Scott Lobdell did, but the problem is that he isn't doing it well.
Everything about this title is just terrible. The art by Julius Gopez is almost unbearable to look at, and Ray McCarthy's overly heavy inks just serve to muddle the already bad pencils to the point where everything looks like a mass of overdrawn junk.
The storyline is ridiculously tired, and long-time readers of this book probably never cared much for this silly narrative to begin with. The reintroduction of many long-loved characters such as Cheshire, Shiva and Bronze Tiger haven't served to endear me to this book either, as those characters have been poorly handled, and what the heck is up with Bronze Tiger?! He's terrible, just wretched.
At least Starfire is back in her pre-New 52 costume, but Gopez draws her so poorly that it doesn't even matter.
If I wasn't overly attached to Roy and Kori, I'd drop this book in a heartbeat. As it is, reading this is a chore every month.