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"Sorrow Street, Part Two: Window Chopping": Catwoman continues to investigate the crimelord that has moved into her neighbourhood, discovering that all of the local businesses have been bought up by various holding companies. She shakes down the realtor who handled th
Appearing in "Sorrow Street, Part Two: Window Chopping"
- Albert (butcher)
- Fallon (criminal realtor)
- Rita Navarette (mourner)
- Starkey (fence)
- Tor (criminal janitor)
- Storrow Street
- Greenlawn Cemetery
- Gotham Municipal Records Building
Synopsis for "Sorrow Street, Part Two: Window Chopping"
Catwoman continues to investigate the crimelord that has moved into her neighbourhood, discovering that all of the local businesses have been bought up by various holding companies. She shakes down the realtor who handled the sales to learn the name of her opponent - Ramon Bracuda. She stakes out the storefronts in an attempt to learn more about Bracuda's business but is ambushed by thugs with automatic weapons and seemingly killed.
Appearing in "See Maldor and Die! or Blue Cross/Blue Shield/Blue Devil"
- Guy Gardner
- The Doctor
- The Ironmongers
- Planet Maldor
- Justice League Embassy
- Blue Devil's Trident
- Robot Cops
Synopsis for "See Maldor and Die! or Blue Cross/Blue Shield/Blue Devil"
Blue Devil discovers why his special effects guy Morty has a teleportation device to the planet Maldor in his trailer: Morty is an agent sent by that planets people to investigate Devil's strange fusion of magic and technology. When the Maldoran's decided to dissect Blue Devil, Morty went AWOL, which attracted the attention of the robot cops and led to their capture. Blue Devil orchestrates an escape with the aid of his trident and the two teleport back to Earth, ending up in the Justice League Embassy, where there certainly won't be a fight scene next issue.
Appearing in "A Mind is a Terrible Thing...! Part 2"
- Cyborg (Flashback and main story)
- Wildebeest Society (Flashback only)
- Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (Flashback only)
Synopsis for "A Mind is a Terrible Thing...! Part 2"
Red Star tracks Victor Stone's mindless body to a cabin in the Catskills, where he finds Stone's mind restored by his father's failsafe programs. Their discussion of what exactly has happened in the period that Stone cannot remember is interrupted by the arrival of S.T.A.R. Labs personnel, who inadvertently trigger a self destruct system. Not only does the building begin to rip itself apart, but a computer virus re-wipes Cyborgs mind, seemingly forever this time.
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Links and References
- Titans Tower Complete Guide
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- Teen Titans at Hyperborea
- Teen Titans at Toonopedia