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The H.I.V.E. was a recurring antagonist on the 2003-06 Teen Titans animated series. The animated version of the H.I.V.E. departed greatly from comic book continuity however and were patterned more in keeping with the Fearsome Five than that of the original H.I.V.E


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The H.I.V.E. was a recurring antagonist on the 2003-06 Teen Titans animated series. The animated version of the H.I.V.E. departed greatly from comic book continuity however and were patterned more in keeping with the Fearsome Five than that of the original H.I.V.E. They were introduced as a training academy for young super-villains in the series premiere "Final Exam" and its membership included characters such as Gizmo, Jinx and Mammoth. Later members included Angel, Billy Numerous, Private H.I.V.E., Kyd Wykkyd, See-More and XL Terrestrial. One similarity with the comic book version that was maintained however was the H.I.V.E.'s relationship with Deathstroke (known only as Slade in the series). Slade never worked directly for the H.I.V.E., but often labored on their behalf to destroy the H.I.V.E.'s arch-foes the Teen Titans. After several battles between the Teen Titans and the students of the H.I.V.E. Academy, Robin eventually decided that their best course of action was to disrupt the organization from within. In the episode "Deception", Robin's teammate Cyborg went undercover using the alias Stone and began to earn the trust of the other cadets. Cyborg discovered that the H.I.V.E. was now being secretly run by a villain named Brother Blood. Blood learned of Cyborg's deception and attempted to brainwash him into truly serving the H.I.V.E. As Stone, Cyborg led the H.I.V.E. academy in a battle against the Titans, but this was actually a ploy to turn the tables on Brother Blood. Blood's brainwashing technique actually failed and Cyborg rejoined the Titans to beat back the H.I.V.E. [1] Later missions proved unfulfilling and the H.I.V.E. members attempted to earn the respect of super-villain Madame Rouge as well as membership in the Brotherhood of Evil. [2]


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