"Burning Rage, Part One": A mysterious man tells the Madmen that they, the whole world and the city of San Fransico which was nearly doomed in H.I.V.E.'s attack are crazy. However the world doesn't embrace madness like them but he wants to change this together with the group. The Teen Titans mea

Teen Titans Giant #7 is an issue of the series Teen Titans Giant (Volume 1) with a cover date of February, 2019. It was published on December 21, 2018.

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A mysterious man tells the Madmen that they, the whole world and the city of San Fransico which was nearly doomed in H.I.V.E.'s attack are crazy. However the world doesn't embrace madness like them but he wants to change this together with the group. The Teen Titans meanwhile enjoy rides in Dreamland owned by Beast Boy's adoptive father Steve Dayton and closed for everyone else but them due to Garfield's birthday. The people who had purchased tickets to enter the park however protest outside and blame the Titans for being shut out. As the people are shoved away from the gates by security, Starfire feels that it's gravely wrong.

Steve soon arrives and tells Starfire not to worry and states it's a delight to meet them all. Robin refuses to give him his name when he asks for an introduction while Steve's assistant Breur gives Garfield a gift though it turns out to be a toy-car. Steve states that the actual gift is at his Paris mansion in form of a real car. The protesters outside call out Steve and he promises to refund their ticket costs, but states he doesn't care about the money they spent on stay and travel to get to here. Starfire in ager destroys the gates, stating she doesn't like people being locked out for her pleasure. He tells Breur to shut up after he states it may help with the negative perception, further angering Starfire, but Robin defuses the situation.

Starfire agrees to calm down after request from Beast Boy and they head back to the Titans Tower, where he tells the others that Steve has been money-minded ever since his wife Rita Farr died. Robin alerts them to a fire at a yacht club on the docks and the Titans try to rescue the people there. They discover that Steve and Breur were among the passengers on his yacht named "Rita" and try to find out what caused it. Robin is however struck by disbelief when he discovers from the video surveillance that Hawk and Dove, accompanied by Madmen, were behind it.

Appearing in Teen Titans: "Wednesday"

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  • Principal David (First appearance)
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Synopsis for Teen Titans: "Wednesday"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans (Volume 3) #7.

Deathstroke visits the grave of his lifelong friend, Wintergreen. He expresses remorse over the recent events that led to his late friend's death. His daughter, Rose, arrives at his side and offers to help him get through this most recent trauma.

In Smallville, Conner cuts class and hangs out with Superman. The two discuss Conner's cover identity and his discomfort with living in Clark's shadow. Superman gives Conner a new responsibility – Krypto. He asks Superboy to take care of the dog while staying at the Kent farm.

In Keystone City, Kid Flash tangles with Trickster. The Trickster tries to wreak havoc in his Trickster-mobile, but Bart takes the car apart at super-speed.

In Gotham City, Tim Drake contemplates his future, and reasserts the notion that he has no desire to ever become the successor to the name of Batman.

In Gateway City, Helena Sandsmark enrolls Cassie at the Saint Elias School for Girls. Principal David is concerned about adding another high-profile super-hero to the student body, but Cissie King-Jones and Greta Hayes (formerly known as Arrowette and Secret) arrive and change David's mind.

Back at Titans Tower, Starfire works in her garden. She begins planting rare seeds indigenous to her destroyed home world of Tamaran.

Appearing in Super Sons: "Planet of the Capes, Part 2: The Kids Are All Fight!"

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Synopsis for Super Sons: "Planet of the Capes, Part 2: The Kids Are All Fight!"

This story is reprinted from Super Sons #7.

Appearing in Sideways: "Loss and Found"

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Synopsis for Sideways: "Loss and Found"

This story is reprinted from Sideways #7.

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