"Seven Days in Nanda Parbat": Day 1
- Can you feel the world trembling? We stand on the brink of an unforgettable war... or a remarkable awakening.
Synopsis for "Seven Days in Nanda Parbat"
In San Francisco, the Teen Titans are holding auditions for members to join the team. Many are from Luthor's Everyman Project. Sobek and Osiris arrive to try out for the team. Captain Marvel, Jr. asks them to leave, but Osiris wants to prove that he is a hero. Captain Marvel, Jr. says that if he can prove it, then he will sponsor his membership.
In Nanda Parbat, Ralph awakens and learns more about the Yeti that attacked him a few days ago. He is a member of the Great Ten and the Accomplished Perfect Physician asks for his help in saving him. Ralph wants to meet Rama Kushna and get help in bringing his wife back, but he must complete this task before Rama will see him.
Ralph and Accomplished Perfect Physician set out to find the Yeti. The Yeti attacks them and they manage to stop him and revert him back to his human form. Rama will now see Ralph.
Ralph meets with Rama Kushna and learns what he must do to get his wife back. Rama Kushna reveals how.
Ralph leaves Nanda Parbat to continue his quest to bring his wife back.
Appearing in "Seven Days in Nanda Parbat"
- Accomplished Perfect Physician
- Rama Kushna
- Teen Titans
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- This issue is the first canonical appearance of Más y Menos. Más y Menos are twin speedsters who appeared previously on the Teen Titans animated series.
- The redesign of Luke O'Brian is largely based on Offsring from the Earth-22 continuity.
- This issue includes a flashback to events from Week Three, when Black Adam brutally murdered Terra-Man.
- The "war" that Accomplished Perfect Physician speaks of is World War III.
- "Seven Days in Nanda Parbat" is reprinted in 52 Vol. 3 of the 2007 4-volume edition, 52 Volume Two of the 2016 2-volume edition, and 52 Omnibus.
- The ticker-tape at the bottom of the cover reads, "The Quest for Nanda Parbat!... Who wants to be a Teen Titan?..."
- The title "Seven Days in Nanda Parbat" is a reference to the 1956 and 1997 films, Seven Years in Tibet.
- The character, Young Frankenstein, is likely named after the 1974 Mel Brooks film, Young Frankenstein.