"Honey, I Shrunk My Friends": This story is reprinted from Teen Titans Go!/DC Super Hero Girls Giant #1.

DC Super Hero Girls: Infinite Frenemies #5 is a chapter in the digital-first series DC Super Hero Girls: Infinite Frenemies (Volume 1 (Digital)) with a cover date of May, 2020.

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Synopsis for "Honey, I Shrunk My Friends"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans Go!/DC Super Hero Girls Giant #1.

Bumblebee is tired of being pushed around and squished by villains due to her technology making her only smaller. She decides to find a way to be able to make herself larger and the Super Hero Girls get confused as to what she's doing. After finding out that she's trying to make herself bigger, Diana states that one's worth depends on their bravery but Kara encourages her.

After figuring out a way, Bumblebee tinkers with her watch to make herself bigger, but finds out that she turned her tiny. As she flies away to her laboratory to find a way to undo it, the girls get knocked out on the school's grass. At first they spot a giant insect which turns out to be a harmless ladybug, but soon start getting drowned by sprinkler water. Barbara realizes that they're in the football field with a match set to start and Diana tells them to grab on to the ball.

As one of the players throws the football, the girls jump to the library window as it nears it. Bumblebee soon arrives and grows them back to their normal size. However she discovers that she herself has become a giant and realizes she still needs to find a way to make her devices work better.

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Synopsis for "Fan Favorites"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans Go! Giant #1.

Robin calls out Boy and demands to know why he has been named the most popular Teen titan by the magazine Jump Weekly, stating it negatively affects their place within the team. After degradingly describing the roles of others, Robin declares that he is the attractive and fan-favorite leader of the team.

Raven informs Robin that Beast Boy was named the most popular Titan after a fan poll, but he states there must be a conspiracy. Realizing his teammates are more busy with Beast Boy, Robin decides to take care of it himself. His teammates later on try to make Garfield look better, now that he's a fan-favorite and think he looks fabulous after he finishes dressing.

Starfire feels uneasy about putting up with Beast Boy's narcissism, but Raven states it's worth it to make Robin jealous. They however find their leader investigating Jump Weekly and he finds that the one behind it must be Ace Dibny, Jump Weekly's publisher. At his office, Dibny states that Beast Boy won by five votes in an online poll, making Robin suspicious. The Titans meanwhile get attacked by H.I.V.E. Five and soon subdue them all except Gizmo, who they find has been restrained by Robin.

Robin tells the H.I.V.E. Five that he knows they helped Beast Boy win, leading Gizmo to state they voted fairly in a public online poll and the team realizes that obsessing over popularity is harmful for team spirit. The day after, Robin tries telling everyone that he's been mentioned by the "Other Guy Magazine, but finds everyone except him won in the most popular Titan poll of Jump Weekly.

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