"Lost and Found, Part I of II": Brother Blood appears in Titans Tower and attacks Raven. He grabs her from behind and bites down hard into her shoulder. Beast Boy turns into a dinosaur and charges him, but the zombified [[Lilith Clay (New Earth)|Lilith Clay
- Vic leaves me in charge of the Titans for five minutes - and I let us get ambushed by Charles Manson Junior.
- -- Beast Boy
Appearing in "Lost and Found, Part I of II"
- Brother Blood
- Gateway City
Synopsis for "Lost and Found, Part I of II"
Brother Blood appears in Titans Tower and attacks Raven. He grabs her from behind and bites down hard into her shoulder. Beast Boy turns into a dinosaur and charges him, but the zombified Lilith Clay uses her hypnosis powers to force Beast Boy to fall asleep. Grabbing Raven, he forces her to teleport them all to Los Angeles. While Blood begins tearing the city apart, Raven musters enough control to teleport Beast Boy and herself to safety. Taking advantage of the sudden privacy, Raven and Beast Boy share an intimate moment.
Later, Kid Flash zips around the globe and gathers together the remaining Teen Titans. He warns them of the return of Brother Blood. Raven informs them that the doorway between the land of the living and the land of the dead has been forced open, and that the breach has been slowly widening ever since the resurrection of Superman. This accounts for the recent rash of resurrected heroes in the past few years. Gathering their second wind, the Titans decide to take the fight to Brother Blood.
They teleport to Los Angeles and engage Blood's demonic hordes, but Blood has other allies – an army that no one is prepared to face – the resurrected bodies of the fallen Titans.
Appearing in "Whatever Happened to Captain Carrot?, Part I of II"
- Zoo Crew
- Dark Alley (First appearance)
- Carrie Carrot (In a photograph only) (First appearance)
Synopsis for "Whatever Happened to Captain Carrot?, Part I of II"
Pig-Iron and Rubber Duck discover that their old comrade in the Zoo Crew, Little Cheese, has been savagely murdered. They begin contacting their old allies in the hopes of finding Captain Carrot, who has been missing for over two years. They recruit Yankee Poodle, but when they ask Alley-Kat-Abra to aid them, she refuses to lend assistance. Meanwhile, the American Eagle finds Captain Carrot and accosts him in his home.
- This book was first published on November 16, 2005.
- Kole was a member of the Teen Titans for a brief period of time. She was killed during the Crisis on Infinite Earths.
- Hawk (Hank Hall) and his brother, Dove were both members of the west-coast branch of the original Teen Titans. Dove died during the Crisis on Infinite Earths and Hawk died under the guise of Extant in the pages of JSA.
- Omen (Lilith Clay) died in Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day #2.
- Captain Carrot and his Amazing Zoo Crew made their first appearance as a back-up feature in New Teen Titans (Volume 1) #16.
- The Captain Carrot story from this issue is dissected and spread out throughout the course of this comic, rather than tacked on as a back-up feature.
- In modern DC continuity, Captain Carrot and his Amazing Zoo Crew is an in-universe comic book, and not an established part of mainstream continuity.
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Links and References
- Titans Tower Complete Guide
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