Appearing in "The Lost World of Skartaris (Part I of III)"
- Jennifer Morgan (Behind the scenes)
- Loren Jupiter
- Neil Richards
- Terrance Dumont (First appearance)
- Garrison James (First appearance)
Synopsis for "The Lost World of Skartaris (Part I of III)"
Prysm awakens in the mythical world of Skartaris. Immediately, she is set upon by a hungry Tyrannosaurus Rex. Fortunately for her, Travis Morgan - the Warlord appears and drives the creature off. Morgan begins to ask Prysm questions, but she has no idea where she is or how she came to be here.
Meanwhile, the Teen Titans fear that Prysm is dead. They trace her trajectory to the Arctic Circle, but lose track of her. They are forced to report the news back to Loren Jupiter. The Titans lose confidence in themselves, but Risk refuses to give up the search.
Loren Jupiter's troubles intensify when he receives a visit by congressman Terrance Dumont and his aide, Garrison James. Dumont wants to know if Jupiter is still involved in studying and training metahumans. Jupiter denies the accusation and tries to placate the congressman's concerns.
The Titans meanwhile, continue to follow Prysm's last known coordinates. Flying over the Arctic Circle, they encounter a voluminous black cloud. The cloud makes the T-Jet's instruments go haywire and the plane begins plummeting. The Atom levels it out, but the jet crashes into the jungles of Skartaris. While exploring the terrain, the Titans encounter a squad of sword-wielding centurions. They fight against the warriors until their leader, Tara Morgan appears before them.
Elsewhere in Skartaris, the Warlord and Prysm run afoul of a giant serpent. The serpent is the pet of the evil sorceress, Motalla.
- This issue is Chapter One of the "The Lost World of Skartaris" storyline.
- Issue includes an "Ask Argent" feature in the letters column.
- Garrison James appears next in Teen Titans (Volume 2) #16.
- The Atom is no stranger to worlds of swords & sorcery. He once spent several months in the Amazon basin living amongst a tribe of primitive warriors known as the Katarthans. 
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Links and References
- Teen Titans at Wikipedia
- Teen Titans at Titans Tower
- Teen Titans (Volume 2) series index at DCU Guide
- Teen Titans (Volume 2) series index at Comicbookdb.com
- Teen Titans (Volume 2) series index at the Grand Comics Database Project
- Warlord (comics) at Wikipedia.org
- Lost World of the Warlord Index
- Warlord at the DCU Guide
- Warlord at Toonopedia
- Warlord at Fanzing
- Warlord Reading Guide at Fanzing
- Warlord at the DC Animated Universe Wikia
- Warlord at TV Tropes