But how can they fight back against a menace who can possess their bodies? I can honestly say this x-over isn't living up to the lofty expectations I had for it before it began. Maybe things will really pick up as this x-over comes to an end, but I seriously doubt that's going to happen.
Just when this story looks like it's about to go somewhere, it decides to do otherwise. With the T-Wing really? Jericho claims to be trying to kill the Titans and makes no bones about it, playing upon the bonds of family to attempt to sway his half-sister, Ravager, to join him in his quest.
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The Teen Titans are a fictional superhero team appearing in American comic books published by DC Comicsoften in an eponymous monthly series. As the group's name suggests, the members are teenage superheroes, many of whom have acted as sidekicks to DC's premier superheroes in the Justice League. The original team later becomes known as the Titans when the members age out of their teenage years, while the Teen Titans name is continued by subsequent generations of young heroes.
Jericho takes the form of a woman and kidnaps a physician. In Midtown Manhattanthe Titans are cleaning up the carnage following their last encounter with Jericho and the Vigilante when suddenly the Teen Titans ' T-Wing comes barreling down out of the sky on a collision course. The pilot of the jet, Wonder Girlhas lost control of the systems.
This story is reprinted from New Teen Titans Volume 2 Dick Grayson is baffled when a little girl inexplicably appears in his apartment, then just as mysteriously vanishes, and her skipping rhyme reveals that she knows his secret identity. The same child appears to Cyborg as he battles hired killers who have assassinated Carmine Rosetti, a witness in an upcoming criminal prosecution. Cyborg calls in the Titans, who begin their investigation by interviewing Mrs.