"Titans Tomorrow, Part I: Big Brothers and Sisters": Having just returned from an adventure in the 31st century, the Teen Titans find that they have landed on Earth from ten years into their own future. In this future timeline, Rene Montoya is now the police Commissioner of [[Go
- He'll tell us what Victor and the others are up to... or Superman will burn off his other arm.
- -- Batman
Appearing in "Titans Tomorrow, Part I: Big Brothers and Sisters"
- Deathstroke (Titans Tomorrow timeline)
- Titans Tomorrow (First appearance)
- Joker's Daughter (Duela Dent) (Titans Tomorrow timeline)
- James Gordon (Titans Tomorrow timeline)
- Renee Montoya (Titans Tomorrow timeline)
Synopsis for "Titans Tomorrow, Part I: Big Brothers and Sisters"
Having just returned from an adventure in the 31st century, the Teen Titans find that they have landed on Earth from ten years into their own future. In this future timeline, Rene Montoya is now the police Commissioner of Gotham City, although retired commissioner James Gordon still assists on occasion. Bruce Wayne is no longer Batman, having been replaced by Tim Drake. Tim has a different outlook on the roll as his predecessor - even to the point of using a gun to assasinate super-villains such as Duela Dent, the reputed daughter of the Joker.
The Teen Titans meet their future counterparts who have now assumed the roles of Batman, Superman, Dark Raven, Wonder Woman, Flash and a new member named Aquawoman. The Titans agree to help the Teen Titans return to their normal timeline. They invite them to spend the evening in Titan's Tower. But when the Teen Titans don't know is that the older Titans have Deathstroke the Terminator captured down in their basement. Superman has just sheared off Deathstroke's right arm with his heat vision.
- This book was first published on October 20, 2004.
- This issue is reprinted in Teen Titans: The Future is Now trade paperback.
- Superboy passes a portrait of a woman identified as "Speedy". This is Mia Dearden who will join the ranks of the Teen Titans in issue #21.
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Links and References
- Titans Tower Complete Guide
- Teen Titans at Wikipedia.org
- Teen Titans at Hyperborea
- Teen Titans at Toonopedia
- Teen Titans tribute by Marv Wolfman
- Titans Teen Titans at Arkhampedia
- Teen Titans (Volume 3) index at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe