"Growing Pains": Lord Chaos takes his infant self in his hands and transports Donna Troy and he to the moon. Realizing that he no longer requires his mother's presence, he unleashes his full power against her, seemingly destr
- There are forces and emotions running loud and wild. She surrounds us... envelops us. Troy! Troy is everywhere!
- — Phantasm
Appearing in "Growing Pains"
- Baby Wildebeest
- Deathstroke (On a TV or computer screen)
- Phantasm (Azarath Souls)
- Team Titans
- Terry Long
Synopsis for "Growing Pains"
Lord Chaos takes his infant self in his hands and transports Donna Troy and he to the moon. Realizing that he no longer requires his mother's presence, he unleashes his full power against her, seemingly destroying her. The light produced from Chaos' attack can even be seen back on Earth.
In an alleyway in New York, a dimensional portal opens and out steps a mysterious, dark-clad stranger. Analyzing his surroundings, he sets out to "find the others".
At Steve Dayton's penthouse, Phantasm appears and tells the Titans and the Team Titans that he senses a great emotional surge of energy that is directly linked to Donna Troy. He flies away from the group to study the phenomena further.
A tense mood hangs in the air, and neither the Titans nor the Team Titans are ready to trust one another. The intensity increases by the fact that Mirage used her abilities to masquerade as Starfire and seduce Nightwing. Adding to the bizarre situation, the Titans notice that Baby Wildebeest is growing at an extremely rapid pace. He is already a foot taller than he was the previous afternoon. The heroes continue to bicker with one another until finally they come to blows once again. During the fight, Pantha is injured, and this prompts Baby Wildebeest's growth spurt even more. Baby grows into a giant, adult-sized version of his previous form. However, he still possesses the mental capacity of an infant. Wildebeest begins rampaging through the apartment to avenge the harm that has befallen his "mama".
Moments later, Phantasm returns, announcing that he has located Donna Troy. Cryptically, he begins shouting "Troy is everywhere!" As if on cue, Donna Troy does in fact return to Earth. Standing more than fifty-feet tall, she is clad in golden armor and angrily declares herself the greatest of all the Titan-Gods.
- This issue is Chapter 5 of the "Total Chaos" saga.
- First appearance of the grown up Baby Wildebeest.
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- New Teen Titans (Volume 1)
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- Tales of the New Teen Titans (Volume 1)
- Team Titans (Volume 1)
- Teen Titans (Volume 1)
- Teen Titans (Volume 2)
- Teen Titans (Volume 3)
- Teen Titans (Volume 4)
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Links and References
- New Titans series index at Comicbookdb.com
- New Titans series index at the Grand Comics Database
- New Titans series index at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
This comic issue is a part of the "Total Chaos" crossover event that ran through alternating issues of New Titans, Team Titans and Deathstroke the Terminator in 1992. This template will automatically categorize articles that include it into the "Total Chaos" category.