Overall- Meh. That pretty much sums up my feelings for this comic book. This was the final part of the Sons of Trigon storyline, and it pretty much ended in a whimper as opposed to a bang.
Basically, each one of Trigon's offspring received the power of a deadly sin. One had lust, one envy and one rage. I'd personally want lust, but that's beside the point. Anyway, they fight the Titans and begin to open a portal to Trigon's dimension, which would allow him access to our dimension, which would be a bad thing, trust me on that.
As the fight goes on, and Trigon begins to cross over, Raven uses her deadly sin on her half-brothers, greed, which causes them to steal the power of their father. With his power stolen by his sons, Trigon is once again stranded in his empty dimension. After swiping their father's powers, the Trigon boys disappear to parts unknown..... Wha-huh? Nobody thought it was a good idea to stop the bad guys from making a magical getaway??? OK then... The comic then ends with the Titans declaring that they aren't a team, they are a family. Awww, how cute, but not really true, since this team actually contains two separate generations of Teen Titans, but whatever...
Needless to say I was expecting a better ending then we got here, so the score for this comic is going to reflect that. Oh, and another thing, I really can't stand Beast Boy. He really grates on my nerves! With that said, I'll give this comic a 5 1/2 out of 10.