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"Enter... the Disruptor!": Beast Boy enters the Titans Tower and tells everyone that he's brought pizza from Antonio's, only to find nobody is there. As he calls out for others, Raven teleports into the towers and tells him that the Teen Titans require him. He complains about being hungry but sh

Teen Titans Giant #1 is an issue of the series Teen Titans Giant (Volume 1) with a cover date of August, 2018. It was published on June 30, 2018.

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Synopsis for "Enter... the Disruptor!"

Beast Boy enters the Titans Tower and tells everyone that he's brought pizza from Antonio's, only to find nobody is there. As he calls out for others, Raven teleports into the towers and tells him that the Teen Titans require him. He complains about being hungry but she ignores it before teleporting him near S.T.A.R. Labs, where a villain named the Disruptor is trying to steal something. The Disruptor reveals he can disrupt anything, proceeding to disrupt the optic nerves of a guard.

As Starfire tries to attack him, Disruptor disrupts her starbolts and makes her use them on herself after disrupting her brain signals. Kory is saved from falling to the ground by Raven who teleports her away. As he enters the complex of S.T.A.R. Labs, he gets attacked by Beast Boy but makes him lose his gorilla form and knocks him out. The director of the facility unsuccessfully tries to stop him from taking the amplifier behind a vault, but the Disruptor gets attacked by Raven in her astral form. He however reaches out mentally and subdues her body, allowing him to disable the vault's lock.

After Robin attacks him, the Disruptor makes the director of the facility kill himself, allowing him time to steal the amplifier which will heighten his powers. Beast Boy however makes him delirious by biting him in his mosquito form. He then throws the amplifier case out of the building, stating no one will get their hands on it if he can't possess it. As Starfire saves it from being destroyed, he escapes taking advantage of the Titans' distraction.

Back at the Titans Tower, the other Titans find Beast Boy ate all the pizza he brought and Starfire throws the amplifier case at him. As it opens, they find its empty and Disruptor made off with the amplifier. Meanwhile at a H.I.V.E. facility, Disruptor is criticized for losing the amplifier but reveals he actually still possess it. The director of the S.T.A.R. Labs he robbed then reveals himself to be the director of H.I.V.E. as well and Disruptor promises the Titans will be dead now that he has stronger powers.

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Synopsis for "Teen Titans"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans (Volume 3) #1.

Superman approaches Superboy and asks him to become part of a new group of Teen Titans. Superboy is still in mourning over the recent loss of Donna Troy, and is unsure whether he is ready to join another team. Superman convinces him to at least give it a shot.

In Gotham City, a similar conversation takes place between Batman and Robin. Robin asks his mentor why he endorses this idea, and Batman tells Tim that he needs to spend time with his friends.

In Keystone City, Flash speaks with Jay Garrick about allowing Impulse into the Teen Titans. Jay admits that the opportunity would give Joan and he a chance to take some time for themselves. Wally does not feel that Bart joining the Titans may be the best of ideas.

Starfire approaches Wonder Girl at Gateway City High School and extends her the offer to join the Teen Titans. Cassie feels like a complete outcast at her school and feels that the Teen Titans may be exactly what she needs.

The new Teen Titans show up at their new headquarters – a surrogate Titans Tower located near San Francisco Bay in California. Although the separate generations of Titans are committed towards working with one another, there is great tension in the air. The deaths of former Titans, Lilith Clay and Donna Troy weighs heavily upon them.

Later that evening, an anonymous computer operator going by the name of Snapdragon, sends Robin a curious email. The message reveals confidential information concerning his teammate, Superboy. Robin discovers that Superboy's DNA is composed of cloned Kryptonian and human DNA samples. The human cell structure is genetically identical to Superman's arch-foe – Lex Luthor.

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This story is reprinted from Super Sons #1.

Appearing in Sideways: "Fun and Games"

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This story is reprinted from Sideways #1.

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