"Teen Night in the Crescent City": After impressing Amanda Waller, the Titans were discharged from all their accusations and once again they were free. As Batman is congratulating Tim on the matter, a b
Appearing in "Teen Night in the Crescent City"
- Amanda Waller (Mentioned only)
- Suicide Squad (Mentioned only)
- The Brain (Mentioned only)
- Brainiac (Mentioned only)
- Monsieur Mallah (Mentioned only)
- Superman (Mentioned only)
- Trigon (Mentioned only)
- New York
Synopsis for "Teen Night in the Crescent City"
After impressing Amanda Waller, the Titans were discharged from all their accusations and once again they were free. As Batman is congratulating Tim on the matter, a blackout hits New Orleans, where the Titans currently are, and Raven senses a powerful psionic attack coming. It's the H.I.V.E. Queen, trying to take on all the people of the city: Raven is able to protect the Titans thanks to her own mind, but she's severely weakened. As Tim explains the Titans who the Queen is, Cassie and Tanya spot different building sites of transmitters in all the city.
The Queen then appears, via a psionic projection, to see who was able to resist her: promising the Titans that soon she'll control them as well, Tim wants to make a plan to stop the H.I.V.E. but tells his comrade they'll have to trust him and follow simple orders, because if he reveals them the whole plan, the Queen will know it as soon she takes control of their minds. After sending Bunker and Wonder Girl to destroy one transmitter and Beast Boy and Power Girl to the other, Tim and Raven track down the Queen, facing her. As the Queen was approaching their minds to control them, she has a mental breakdown and everybody is free.
Tim explains that he deducted that the Queen must work with a highly-logical, ordered mind and he created in his brain a "mind-trap", a four-dimensional irrational problem fueled by Raven's chaos magic, that exploded like a brain-bomb inside the Queen, neutralizing her and the control she had on everyone. Once again, Bunker is surprised by the brains of Tim. Red Robin apologizes for the fact he had to use them like pawns, but Gar reassures him about what he did: the necessary to stop evil.
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