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"Burning Rage, Part Five": As Steve Dayton tells the Teen Titans to leave his property, they tell him they know he's Mento, though he rubbishes the claim stating he hasn't worn the Mento Helmet for years. Dove then hears a stomping sound and believes something big is coming their way, which turn

Titans Giant #4 is an issue of the series Titans Giant (Volume 1) with a cover date of June, 2019. It was published on April 19, 2019.

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Synopsis for "Burning Rage, Part Five"

As Steve Dayton tells the Teen Titans to leave his property, they tell him they know he's Mento, though he rubbishes the claim stating he hasn't worn the Mento Helmet for years. Dove then hears a stomping sound and believes something big is coming their way, which turns out to be Beast Boy in the form of a T-Rex. He thinks the Titans are Madmen and killed his teammates by drowning them. Hawk starts attacking him and tries to tell him that he's been tricked by Mento into thinking the Titans are deadd, but Garfield responds that he's lying.

After knocking over Hawk, Beast Boy chases after Steve Dayton, thinking he's the Mento who killed his teammates. Starfire rescues him and attacks Garfield, but gets whapped by his tail. Hawk states the Titans are holding back so they don't hurt Beast Boy, but this is letting the situation go out of hand. Robin hands Raven a canister with knockout gas to use on Beast Boy while he distracts him. As he mocks Beast Boy, the latter gets angry and states he will kill him. Tim repeatedly calls out to Raven, who finally appears and uses the canister, stating it was his idea to wait until the correct time.

As Beast Boy falls unconscious, Steve blames the Titans for damaging his property but gets grabbed by Hawk who accuses him of being behind it. Hawk however states they have been fooled and doesn't think Steve is Mento. Beast Boy after waking up explains he saw Steve's assistant Breur slumped on the floor after entering the mansion, before seeing the bodies of the Titans drowned in a pool outside. As they wonder who the real Mento could be, Breur reveals that he is. Stating he did it because Steve treated him like trash, he also informs him that the Madmen with him are his household staff who agreed to join him in taking revenge.

Breuer tells Steve to open his coat. As he states he won't, Breur reveals that he wiped out the memory of what he and the Madmen did to him. Robin, sensing trouble, rips the coat himself to find that Steve's wearing a bomb vest.

Appearing in Teen Titans: "Raven Rising, Part II"

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Synopsis for Teen Titans: "Raven Rising, Part II"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans (Volume 3) #11.

The Titans fall down into a dark precipice, deep below the bowels of the Church of Blood. Several of them are separated from one another and force their find their own way back to the altar chambers.

Robin and Starfire are scrounging to find their way when they come upon Deathstroke and Ravager. Deathstroke tells them that he is the only capable of navigating these labyrinth corridors. He'll help get the Titans back to the surface if they agree to hand Raven over to them. Starfire seals the deal.

They eventually claw their way back up to Brother Blood's domain. Blood is engaging the remaining Titans. He has already tasted Superboy's strength and now tries to latch onto Cyborg. He bites through one of his 'veins' but is disgusted to learn that Cyborg's blood is actually synthetic oil.

Brother Blood is distracted enough that loses his hold on Beast Boy. Beast Boy turns back into Gar and rescues Raven. Raven tells him that without her 'chakra', her powers are greatly diminished. Deathstroke edges up close, ready to finish Raven off but suddenly Starfire blasts him in the back with a star bolt. She had no intention of handing Raven over to him. Deathstroke spins around ready to blast Starfire with his shotgun when suddenly Raven musters up the strength to open her soul self.

Deathstroke, Ravager and the Titans are swallowed up inside of Raven's soul and rematerialize on a bizarre dimensional plane. Above them, Joey Wilson – Jericho emerges larger than life declaring that he will avenge himself against his father, Deathstroke.

Appearing in Super Sons: "Super Sons of Tomorrow, Part 1: Dark of the Son"

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Synopsis for Super Sons: "Super Sons of Tomorrow, Part 1: Dark of the Son"

This story is reprinted from Superman (Volume 4) #37.

Bruce Wayne is calmly reading a book within the library of Wayne Manor, until all of a sudden, a mysterious figure crashes through a window and attacks him. It is an adult Tim Drake, who has become the Batman of an alternate timeline. He wants to save the timeline from some kind of danger but needs Bruce's resources to do it, but Bruce, aware that Tim's plan involves killing innocent people, cannot let Tim go unopposed. Their brawl spans all over the Manor, with both fighters throwing punches and various objects at each other. Bruce drops a chandelier on top of Tim, temporarily immobilizing him, but Tim draws his gun and shoots his former mentor. The gunshot does not kill Bruce, however, as Tim needs him to enter the Batcave. Once there, Tim finds a chamber with boxes that contain weapons tailored to the weaknesses of Bruce's fellow superheroes.

Meanwhile, at the Arctic, Superman has dedicated himself to repairing the Fortress of Solitude after his confrontation with Mr. Oz. While fixing the statues of his deceased parents, Superman gets a warning from Kelex that an intruder is approaching the Fortress. Tim has arrived. Superman, aware that the Batman he knows would never use guns, concludes that the intruder is Tim Drake from another timeline. Tim says that he is on a mission, one that Superman cannot interfere with. Even so, Tim cannot risk killing Superman, as the Man of Steel's presence in this timeline keeps it safe. He only came to the Fortress to prevent Superman from interfering in his task.

Tim uses a smoke cloud to disorient Superman and activate a Kryptonian battle armor in order to even the odds. Despite some initial trouble, Superman neutralizes the armor and throws Tim into the snow outside the Fortress. Unfortunately, Superman springs Tim's final trap, a special cage made of Red Kryptonite, which slowly drains Superman's powers. Tim says that Superman cannot interfere in his mission: to save the timeline, he must kill Superboy.

Appearing in Sideways: "Welcome Back"

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Synopsis for Sideways: "Welcome Back"

This story is reprinted from Sideways #10.

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