"Awake, Barbaric Titan!": Gnarrk loses his job at the Forbes Foundation, a social research institution, when his past as a rehabilitated Cro-Magnon man becomes known. To help him forget his disappointment, Mr. Jupiter and the Titans take him along on a geological survey trip to the American Sout
Appearing in "Awake, Barbaric Titan!"
- Mr. Remson
- Jupiter Entreprises Inc. Helicopter/Titan-copter
Synopsis for "Awake, Barbaric Titan!"
Gnarrk loses his job at the Forbes Foundation, a social research institution, when his past as a rehabilitated Cro-Magnon man becomes known. To help him forget his disappointment, Mr. Jupiter and the Titans take him along on a geological survey trip to the American Southwest. On the trail of bank robbers who have taken advantage of an evacuation due to a nerve gas leak to loot a town, the Titans find themselves in a hidden canyon, home of the descendants of an Aztec Indian tribe, who take the group captive. Gnarrk is allowed to remain free, but having learned not to use his awesome strength, cannot break his new conditioning to help his friends, until Lilith is injured. Then Gnarrk runs wild, smashing the Indians, and finally menacing even Lilith, until the sound of her voice brings him back to his senses. Freed by the Aztecs, who now recognize Gnarrk as a superior warrior, the Titans discover that the bank bandits have become victims of a poisoned stream, and return their bodies and loot to civilization, while keeping secret the hidden native tribe's existence.
Appearing in The Hawk and the Dove: "After the Cat"
- Linda Kieves (Single appearance)
- Cat (Only appearance; dies)
- Mover (Single appearance)
- Ruthie (Single appearance)
- Police officers
Synopsis for The Hawk and the Dove: "After the Cat"
This story is reprinted from Hawk and Dove #3.
A notorious burglar known only as the Cat stalks the town of Elmond. Hawk and Dove learn of the criminal's activities and take their own separate approaches towards capturing him. Hawk manages to track the thief down and engages in a violent fight with him. However, their battle causes massive property damage hindering the brothers' already-tumultuous reputation within the community. Local police officers get involved and Dove attempts to prevent a violent exchange of gunfire between the cops and the Cat. His efforts are in vain however as the Cat is brought down by a police officer's bullet.
- This book was first published on March 16, 1972.Teen Titans next appear in Brave and the Bold #102
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