"Burning Rage, Part Three": Mento relishes in the chaos caused by the ongoing battle between the groups of people on the streets of San Francisco and states it'll be even better once the Teen Titans intervene. Raven states it'll be difficult to break up the fight without injuring people. Mento m
Appearing in "Burning Rage, Part Three"
Synopsis for "Burning Rage, Part Three"
Mento relishes in the chaos caused by the ongoing battle between the groups of people on the streets of San Francisco and states it'll be even better once the Teen Titans intervene. Raven states it'll be difficult to break up the fight without injuring people. Mento meanwhile calls the Titans hypocrites for thinking themselves as morally better, stating how Raven is daughter of the demon Trigon, Beast Boy has spent his life surrounded by wealth, Starfire is an alien and Tim puts on a mask to hide the truth.
Robin tries to stop Hawk and Dove from fighting each other, but they start attacking him instead. He realizes that he can't reason with them, but still tries to stop them when they try to fight again. The two accuse their opponent groups of taking what rightfully belongs to their group while beating up on Robin. The Titans are confused as to why those two are leading the street battle. As Hawk tries to attack Beast Boy after smashing him to the ground, Starfire knocks him away. Mento is delighted at this and tells the Madmen to increase the chaos further. One of the Madmen gives a gun to a worker, telling him to protect what belongs to him, but Garfield scratches his face as an eagle.
As a Madman tries using a gun amidst the crowd, Tim interferes and punches him. The Teen Titans however soon witness Mento coming out of a truck and believe it's Steve Dayton. Robin and Beast Boy however get suspicious since he was targeted by the same people he's working alongside. Mento states that he can make anyone do whatever he wants and has Starfire attack the Titans. Stating he wants to cause more chaos, he explodes the bomb hidden in the truck parked on the street where the fight between the people is taking place.
Appearing in Teen Titans: "First Blood"
- Batman (voice)
- Hy'tt flowers
- Lasso of Lightning
- Rutt trees
Synopsis for Teen Titans: "First Blood"
This story is reprinted from Teen Titans (Volume 3) #9.
The new Brother Blood has captured Raven's new corporeal form and is holding hostage inside of his temple. He plans on using her as a means of increasing his own power.
Back at Titans Tower, Cassie learns that a strange epidemic has been affecting all of the fortunetellers in the Bay area. She wants the Titans to come with her to check it out. Robin unveils his very own Batmobile. Kid Flash begs him to let him test drive it and they go burning out of the parking garage. But Bart guns the car too quickly and they end up overturning near the hospital.
Meanwhile, Superboy is in his room doing homework when he notices that Krypto is acting agitated. Krypto flies outside and begins rooting through Starfire's garden. Superboy tries to get him to stop before Starfire finds out, but he is too late. She comes upon them and reads Superboy the riot act (in Tamaranian no doubt).
In Phoenix Arizona, Deathstroke and his daughter the Ravager break into one of Brother Blood's temples. They are trying to find information concerning the disappearance of Jericho. Rose slaughters one of the priests.
At St. Luke's hospital, the other Titans visit Dr. Rovin (the surgeon who worked on Bart's kneecap). He shows them the ward where all of the comatose fortunetellers are convalescing. Beast Boy notices that a dark shroud similar to that used by Raven hangs above all of them. Simultaneously, all of the patients awakens and scream in unison, "Teen Titans!" There is a great expulsion of energy and the Titans are blown backwards.
Appearing in Super Sons: "Planet of the Capes, Part 4: It's a Madhouse"
- Alfred Pennyworth (Mentioned only)
- John Constantine (Mentioned only)
- Justice League (Mentioned only)
- Lois Lane-Kent (Mentioned only)
- Teen Titans (Mentioned only)
- Earth-One (Flashback and main story)
- Earth 0 (Flashback and main story)
Synopsis for Super Sons: "Planet of the Capes, Part 4: It's a Madhouse"
This story is reprinted from Super Sons #9.
Appearing in Sideways: "The Cocoon"
- Clark Kent
- David Flynn
- Detective Hopkins
- Emeline Edgars
- Helen Flynn (In picture only)
- Seven Soldiers of Victory (Mentioned only)
Synopsis for Sideways: "The Cocoon"
This story is reprinted from Sideways #9.
- No special notes.
- No trivia.