"Terra in the Night": Over a span of several days, Changeling continues his pursuit of the fugitive Terra, finally capturing her and bringing her to the Titans Tower. Meanwhile, bases of Brother Blood's cult are being systematica
- Her name's Terra, like in earth and ground. Only it should be Terror -- as in -- Holy cow, watch out, fellas!
Appearing in "Terra in the Night"
- Brotherhood of Evil
- Church of Blood
- Brother Fear (Only appearance; dies)
- Sister Sade (Helen Geary) (Only appearance; dies)
- Sister Soul (Only appearance; dies)
- Bethany Snow (Behind the scenes)
- Brion Markov (Mentioned only)
- Jennifer Long
- Marcia Long (First appearance)
- Baltic Sea
- United States of America
Synopsis for "Terra in the Night"
Over a span of several days, Changeling continues his pursuit of the fugitive Terra, finally capturing her and bringing her to the Titans Tower. Meanwhile, bases of Brother Blood's cult are being systematically attacked and destroyed by the Brotherhood of Evil. Unaware of all this, the other Titans pursue their private lives: Dick and Kory continue their stormy romantic relationship; Donna meets Terry Long's ex-wife and young daughter for the first time; and Wally tries to decide whether to quit the Titans in order to continue his college studies. Kid Flash, Raven, and Cyborg are on hand when Changeling appears with Terra. After hearing how she had been forced to commit crimes by terrorists holding her parents, the rulers of the nation of Markovia, the Titans attack and subdue her tormentors, only to discover that the girl's parents have long since been killed. Changeling befriends Terra in her grief, but the other Titans are still unsure whether to believe her story or not.
- Terra is the younger half-sister of Brion Markov, the Outsider known as Geo-Force.
- Terra's age is given as fifteen-years-old ("almost sixteen") in this issue.
- This issue is reprinted in the trade paperback New Teen Titans: Terra Icognito.
- The editor's note on page 10 incorrectly states that Robin has been working at the circus in Batman #356. He actually does so in Detective Comics #523, published in the same month.
- No trivia.
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