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"Reunion": Speedy travels to the Dominican Republic investigating a group of drug smugglers. One of them discovers him, and manages to knock him out. They dump him into the sea and leave him for dead. As luck would have it, a nearby fish telepathically sends a summ



Appearing in "Reunion"

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Synopsis for "Reunion"

Speedy travels to the Dominican Republic investigating a group of drug smugglers. One of them discovers him, and manages to knock him out. They dump him into the sea and leave him for dead. As luck would have it, a nearby fish telepathically sends a summons to Aqualad who pulls Speedy from the water before he drowns. Aqualad and Speedy regroup with their old allies the Teen Titans. Robin recognizes the importance of dealing a blow against the illegal drug industry so they agree to help Speedy take down the drug dealers. They travel with him to the Dominican Republic and defeat the criminals.

Appearing in "Titans Fit the Battle of Jericho"

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Synopsis for "Titans Fit the Battle of Jericho"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans #20.

A mysterious costumed crimefighter called Joshua invades Titan Lair and enlists the Teen Titans' aid in stopping a confrontation between police and teenage protesters. All involved are unaware that the protesters are being backed by organized crime figures, who in turn are pawns of the alien invaders from Dimension X. The Titans, together with Joshua and his brother, the leader of the protesters, halt the aliens' scheme to release the Meroul Being, a monstrous giant creature, on Earth, but both the aliens and their criminal underlings continue to plot the team's downfall.

Appearing in "Citadel of Fear"

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Synopsis for "Citadel of Fear"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans #21.

On the trail of the criminals (from the previous issue), the Titans run afoul of the Hawk and the Dove, who are after the same gang for different reasons. After a brief altercation, Wonder Girl accompanies Hawk and Dove through a teleportation device to a gang hideout in Istanbul, while Robin, Kid Flash, and Speedy battle another segment of the organization in Berlin. Both teams are defeated and captured, but Hawk, Dove, and Wonder Girl escape in time to rescue Speedy from being crushed beneath a gigantic machine. Hawk and Dove, sensing their mystic transformation back into Hank and Don Hall about to occur, are forced to abandon the case, leaving Speedy and Wonder Girl to search for Robin and Kid Flash, who are still prisoners of the Dimension X aliens.

Appearing in "Halfway to Holocaust"

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Synopsis for "Halfway to Holocaust"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans #22.

While Speedy and Wonder Girl battle an extradimensional creature that suddenly appears in the criminals' control-room, Robin and Kid Flash, under the control of the aliens, are used to discover a third dimensional world, invisible to the Dimension-X-dwellers, which exists adjacent to both their world and Earth. Escaping, they rejoin their teammates in this adjoining dimension, only to be pursued by the aliens. The battle between Titans and aliens is cut short when a community-intelligence being, the sole sentient native of the newly discovered dimension, takes on the form of a giant archer in imitation of Speedy, and drives the minions of Dimension X back to their own world. Promising that never again will beings from Dimension X use his world as a gateway to Earth, the "archer" allows the Titans to depart in peace.

Appearing in "Skis of Death"

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Synopsis for "Skis of Death"

This story is reprinted from Teen Titans #24.

On a ski vacation in their civilian identities, the Teen Titans find themselves in costumed action when weird happenings plague the Indian-owned Medicine Mountain resort. Aided by ski instructor Eddie Tallboys, the Titans discover the mishaps are being arranged by restaurateur Anton Larson, who, as chief creditor of the resort, intends to sell the land to the government for use as a missile site after the Indians declare bankruptcy. Defeated and captured, the junior super-heroes narrowly escape death while bound to a runaway bobsled, before turning the tables on Larson and his henchmen.

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