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"The Fearsome Five!!!": Robin tries to sneak into the Titans Tower despite his chances of success being very low, stating Batman taught him to never give up. He jumps out of a hatch, alerting the other Titans who are surprised he evaded their sensors. As Starfire tries to take him down, he disor

Teen Titans Giant #2 is an issue of the series Teen Titans Giant (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 2018. It was published on July 25, 2018.

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Synopsis for "The Fearsome Five!!!"

Robin tries to sneak into the Titans Tower despite his chances of success being very low, stating Batman taught him to never give up. He jumps out of a hatch, alerting the other Titans who are surprised he evaded their sensors. As Starfire tries to take him down, he disorients her with his sonic batarangs and afterwards throws flash pellets at raven to blind her temporarily. When Beast Boy attacks him in a form of velociraptor, he evades him and reaches the war room alarm, signifying the other Titans failed their test. As they accuse him of cheating by using weapons, Tim states there was no condition stating he can't use them.

As Robin tries to track down the Disruptor, Beast Boy tells him he wants to eat first and he agrees to a meal. Meanwhile at the H.I.V.E. facility, the director and Disruptor tell the Fearsome Five that civilization will soon collapse and they need to act against it now. Stating they will protect mankind and reward the Fearsome Five for the services, the two offer them to join H.I.V.E. Disruptor states they'll all be given amplifiers like the one he has to heighten their abilities if they succeed. As Psimon tries to read their mind to the truth, he is unable due to the physical barrier around them.

Mammoth gets nocked away as he tries to destroy the barrier protecting Disruptor and the H.I.V.E. director, with the latter telling the Fearsome Five to listen to what they have to say. The director tells them to use a bioweapon on the city to cleanse it of its population, so it can be used as a shelter from the collapse of civilization. Robin while eating with the Teen Titans finds the Disruptor's location and go to apprehend him. He however blows a bus' pistons forcing Beast Boy to stop it. As the Titans lambast him for endangering innocents on the bus, he tells them to think again before the Fearsome Five break out of it.

Appearing in Teen Titans: "Child's Play"

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  • Ares (Behind the scenes)

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Synopsis for Teen Titans: "Child's Play"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans (Volume 3) #2.

The mental essence of the late Titan known as Jericho has lain dormant inside the subconscious mind of his father, Deathstroke for many months. In that time, Jericho's personality became corrupted by Deathstroke's own mental energy and has now finally resurfaced after lying dormant for so long. Jericho is enraged to discover that a new group of Titans has been formed and refuses to allow anyone to send more "children" to their doom. Jericho takes control of Deathstroke's mind and kills his lifelong companion, W.R. Wintergreen. He mounts Wintergreen's head on a wall in the middle of other trophy displays. He then travels to San Francisco to confront this new group of Teen Titans.

At Titans Tower, the former members of Young Justice are adjusting to the new direction their lives have taken them. Wonder Girl is uncomfortable with her placement in the Titans as she serves as living reminder of the late Donna Troy.

Superboy and Robin discuss their recent findings concerning Superboy's DNA. Conner refuses to believe that one half of his genetic DNA belongs to Lex Luthor. He is scared that some element of Luthor's evil may one day infect him. Robin wants to tell the other Titans, but Superboy refuses to let him. As Superboy walks out of the room, Robin pulls one of Conner's hair follicles off a discarded towel.

Later, Deathstroke raids the prison center at Alcatraz Island. The Teen Titans respond to the emergency and arrive to deal with him. While the main body of the Titans usher tourists to safety outside, Impulse races through the interior section of the old prison. Deathstroke immobilizes him with a tranquilizer dart and then shoots out his kneecap with his energy lance.

Appearing in Super Sons: "When I Grow Up..., Part Two: Lex and Friends"

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  • Super-Duffys (First appearance; unnamed)
    • Archie Meyer (First appearance; dies)
    • Mr. Meyer (First appearance; dies)
    • Mrs. Meyer (First appearance; dies)
  • Amazo (On a TV or computer screen)
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  • Teen Titans (Mentioned only)
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Synopsis for Super Sons: "When I Grow Up..., Part Two: Lex and Friends"

This story is reprinted from Super Sons #2.

Appearing in Sideways: "Ouch"

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  • Gotham City (Flashback and main story)
    • Gotham City Hospital
    • Gotham State Building

Synopsis for Sideways: "Ouch"

This story is reprinted from Sideways #2.

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