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"Arena of Death, Part 2": Robin and Raven get frustrated after learning that Beast Boy lost the trail of the ship carrying Starfire, but he states that it wasn't his fault. As the scan for spatial disruptions fails to find it, Beast Boy states he had run a communications scan and discovered a br

Titans Giant #7 is an issue of the series Titans Giant (Volume 1) with a cover date of September, 2019. It was published on July 19, 2019.

Appearing in "Arena of Death, Part 2"

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Synopsis for "Arena of Death, Part 2"

Robin and Raven get frustrated after learning that Beast Boy lost the trail of the ship carrying Starfire, but he states that it wasn't his fault. As the scan for spatial disruptions fails to find it, Beast Boy states he had run a communications scan and discovered a broadcast of Starfire taking part in gladiatorial combat on an unknown planet. Starfire meanwhile fights Mongul in Blackfire's place, which the Titans notice and Tim tells Raven about Mongul's brutal past, telling the others to locate the origin of the broadcast quickly.

Back on Drasactis, Mongul destroys Starfire's sword and shield while Blackfire expresses disappointment. Starfire states that she would have defeated Mongul if her powers weren't nullified, but he ridicules this ordering her powers to be restored. As Starfire battles Mongul using her powers, Blackfire states that she chose her sister in her place because of her debt to him. Mongul soon overpowers Starfire and prepares to kill her, but Beast Boy in his monstrous form saves her life by punching him. Robin attacks Blackfire, telling her she must pay, while the organizers refuse to stop the fight despite their rules of single combat being broken.

As Raven tells Starfire to hang back while others take care of the situation, she refuses stating her sister must pay. Robin disorients Blackfire with toxic gas while Starfire attacks Mongul as he bashes Beast Boy, though she realizes it won't be of much uses. Raven uses her spirit form to knock the warlord out and tells him to be grateful that she can control her rage otherwise he'd be dead. Following the fight, Starfire confronts her sister who states she had no other way to save herself except by making her sister fight him and knew the Titans would find her through her ship's ion trail. Robin tells the two to let go of the acrimony between them and Starfire agrees.

Back on the Justice League spacecraft, Beast Boy states he wasn't sure Starfire would spare her sister, but she states she will never kill her sister despite their dispute. He however expresses doubt that that Mongul won't find Blackfire, but Raven states that the planet they dropped her off on is so far away that he won't even go searching. Batman contacts Robin and tells him to return the ship the Titans stole from the League and the others joke that he's going to be in trouble.

Appearing in Teen Titans: "Beast Boys & Girls, Part 2: Wild Life"

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Synopsis for Teen Titans: "Beast Boys & Girls, Part 2: Wild Life"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans (Volume 3) #14.

The rare disease known as Sakutia has become airborne, infecting dozens of children under the age of thirteen. As a side effect, the virus has actually reversed the effects that give Beast Boy his powers and appearance. Doctor Rovin gives Beast Boy an examination and refers him to a specialist named Doctor Samuel Register. Garfield remembers Register from when he was a young boy.

Meanwhile, Superboy flies to Gotham City. He visits Tim Drake who confirms that he has in fact retired as Robin. Superboy doesn't approve of the new Robin, but Tim enforces the notion that he wants to live a normal life. Superboy isn't convinced that Tim is ready to leave the hero life behind.

Back in California, the rest of the Titans race around San Francisco in an effort to corral all of the Sakutia victims who are now stampeding throughout the city in a variety of animal forms. They chase down one child who has transformed into a humpback whale.

Doctor Register arrives at St. Luke's where he requests a private consultation with Beast Boy. Register tells Gar that he is not the carrier of the airborne strain of Sakutia as he had believed. He peels away some of the skin on his face revealing purple scales. Register is the carrier.

Appearing in Super Sons: "Super Sons of Tomorrow, Part 4: Into the Light"

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Synopsis for Super Sons: "Super Sons of Tomorrow, Part 4: Into the Light"

This story is reprinted from Superman (Volume 4) #38.

Aqualad, Kid Flash and Starfire rush to the underwater base Superboy and Robin are hiding in so that they can protect Superboy from the future Tim Drake, now calling himself the Savior. The Titans' ship is attacked by the base's automated defenses but the Titans manage to enter the base, which causes a fight with the Super-Sons. Aqualad uses his water powers to incapacitate the Super-Sons long enough for him to explain they are here to protect Superboy; unfortunately, Raven and Beast Boy have agreed to follow the Savior.

Meanwhile, in the alternate realm called Hypertime, Conner Kent, Cassie Sandsmark and Bart Allen use Tim's severed hand to track him through different timelines. Conner, Cassie and Bart have become the respective Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash of their world and hope to bring Tim back home.

Aqualad, Kid Flash and Starfire explain to the Super-Sons that the only way to reach the Fortress of Solitude and help Superman without triggering Raven's magic is by knocking them out. Robin flat-out refuses but the choice is taken out of his hands when Superboy reluctantly knocks him out and then allows himself to be knocked out by Kid Flash.

Some time later, the Titans reach the Fortress and awaken the Super-Sons. Together, they find Superman trapped in the Savior's red Kryptonite cage but there are no signs of the Savior nearby. Superboy attempts to free his father, who warns him that the red Kryptonite affects Kryptonian powers and emotions. The Titans pull Superboy aware from the trapped Superman, who falls into the Arctic Ocean. Horrified, Superboy loses control of himself and his solar power becomes unstable, just as the Savior and the Titans converge on the Arctic.

Superman manages to escape from the cage, while the other heroes attempt to contain Superboy's solar power. As the Savior regains his lost hand, the present and future Supermen attempt to help Superboy. Apparently, Connor knew Jon and failed him once, but he will not fail him again. Robin attacks Tim and blames him for Superboy's condition, but Tim realizes that there might another way to save Superboy without killing him. Using the technology he brought from the future, Tim absorbs Superboy's solar radiation into himself, an action that stabilizes Superboy and pulls Tim into Hypertime. With the problem solved, Superman and Titans are left to honor Tim's sacrifice.

Appearing in Sideways: "Closure"

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Synopsis for Sideways: "Closure"

This story is reprinted from Sideways #13.

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