People have a lot of good memories of the NEW TEEN TITANS run by Wolfman, and this goodwill is deserved. It didn't blow everybody's mind the way Stainless Steve Englehart did or the way Kurt Busiek later would, but in the days before comics inflation became ridiculously out of control, you could follow a book like this with interest for less than the cost of a couple candy bars a month - even if you spring for the baxter paper version.
It was a thoroughly entertaining "popcorn book," with battles fought with white sound cannons and green elephants, good looking broads, lots of Nightwing with his shirt off to make the fangirls coo, and grotesque looking supervillains who wear glass cases on their heads to show off how big their brain is.
One thing is certain, though:
Nearly everybody considers that after a while, NEW TEEN TITANS jumped the shark. Just WHEN Titans jumped the shark, though, differs from person to person.
For my friends from the UK and elsewhere, "jump the shark" is American slang for the turning point when a long lasting series starts to go downhill. Named after the deed in HAPPY DAYS performed by the Fonz (a deity figure from our ancient mythology).