"Who is Troia?, Part I: A Night to Remember": Still reeling from Deathstroke's recent attack, the Titans are on high alert when an intruder alarm is triggered inside Arsenal's room leading the team to investigate. On
Appearing in "Who is Troia?, Part I: A Night to Remember"
- Chanda Madan
- James Hall
- "Kingdom" Titans (First full appearance)
- Newport News
- Perez Park
- New York
Synopsis for "Who is Troia?, Part I: A Night to Remember"
Still reeling from Deathstroke's recent attack, the Titans are on high alert when an intruder alarm is triggered inside Arsenal's room leading the team to investigate. On their arrival they find Roy laid in bed with Donna Troy standing over him though none of them remember her. Jesse Quick immediately attacks but Donna temporarily stops them with one word; "Dick".
Later they reconvene to check Donna's story but find no record of her on the Titan's computer database. Roy's daughter Lian runs in but similarly has no memory of Donna and cowers behind Argent. Seeing this, Donna flies away to discover the extent of this phenomena.
She finds her ex-boyfriend Kyle Rayner who similarly forgot about his past with Donna. Across the city, James Hall, upon announcing his candidacy for mayor, is attacked by Shockwave but Donna and Epsilon stop him. At first it seems that Epsilon is remembering who Donna is - but later he pretends not to so he can enact his plan.
Inside the Titans Tower II, Nightwing approaches Roy and tells him of his suspicions about Lian's babysitter Chanda. He believes she was responsible for Cheshire's capture and the subsequent assassination attempt upon her.
Later still, Chanda is found packing by Roy, she believes that she'll be fired for hiring Deathstroke to attack Cheshire - despite it not being her. Before he can though she quits, believing herself to be a danger to Lian.
Shockwave is brought before a shadowy council and is made aware that his failure to kill James Hall will result in his "termination".
Donna, now in Virginia, finds herself outside of her adoptive mother's house who - like the others - does not recognize her. In a moment of despair she encounters Dark Angel but the "Kingdom" Titans appear, both remembering and defending Donna.
- Cover combines with the covers to issues #23 and #25 to form one composite montage image.
- Darkstar's relationship to Donna Troy is revealed in greater detail next issue.
- Perez Park is possibly named after former New Teen Titans artist George Pérez. And the year "1980" is the year that the New Teen Titans was first released.
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- Teen Titans Recommended Reading
- New Teen Titans (Volume 1)
- New Teen Titans (Volume 2)
- Tales of the New Teen Titans (Volume 1)
- Team Titans (Volume 1)
- Teen Titans (Volume 1)
- Teen Titans (Volume 2)
- Teen Titans (Volume 3)
- Teen Titans (Volume 4)
- Teen Titans (Volume 5)
- Teen Titans Spotlight (Volume 1)
- Teen Titans Go! (Volume 1)
- Teen Titans: Year One (Volume 1)
- Titans (Volume 1)
- Titans (Volume 2)
- Kingdom Come Recommended Reading
- Kingdom Come (Volume 1) - collected in Kingdom Come
- The Kingdom (Volume 1) - storyline The Kingdom collected in The Kingdom
- Thy Kingdom Come - collected in Justice Society of America: Thy Kingdom Come, Part One and Part Two and Part Three
- Justice Society of America (Volume 3) #9 - JSA #17
- Justice Society of America Annual (Volume 3) #1
- Justice Society of America (Volume 3) #18 - JSA #20
- Justice Society of America Kingdom Come Special Superman #1
- Justice Society of America Kingdom Come Special Magog #1
- Justice Society of America Kingdom Come Special: The Kingdom #1
- Justice Society of America (Volume 3) #21 - JSA #22
- Titans: Who is Troia?
- Justice League: Generation Lost (Volume 1) - storyline Justice League: Generation Lost collected in Justice League: Generation Lost Vol. 1 and Vol. 2
Links and References
|Kingdom Come Continuity Storyline/Crossover|
Kingdom Come was a four-issue limited series published in 1996 under DC's Elseworlds imprint. Like all Elseworlds, this series was set in an alternate reality outside that of the mainstream DC Universe (in this case, Earth-96/Earth-22/Earth 22). However, several elements and characters were later introduced in the mainstream universe.