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"Hiding": One week ago

Quote1 If you don't turn that down, my telekinesis is going to disassemble your computer... then your face. Quote2
-- Superboy

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Synopsis for "Hiding"

One week ago
Starfire reflects on things that she has learned during her time travel trip into the future. She believes that it would be in everyone's best interests if she took a leave of absence from the Titans. Saying goodbye to Cyborg, she flies off towards the headquarters of the Outsiders to mend her ties with ex-fiancée, Nightwing.

The present
Lex Luthor hires the Electrocutioner to retrieve the missing Lexcorp war-suit that had been stolen from him some time ago. Electrocutioner stops at St. John's hospital in Opal City. He visits Bolt, who was the first man hired to retrieve the suit. Squeezing the information he needs from the injured criminal, the Electrocutioner plans on succeeding where Bolt has failed.

The Teen Titans receive word that the Electrocutioner is active and trying to steal the suit. They fly out to Opal City and begin tracking him down. Robin has yet to tell his teammates how the villain known as Boomerang had recently murdered his father.

Electrocutioner acquires the war-suit, but seconds later, Warp teleports in and steals it from him. The Titans are too late to take care of Warp so they settle on bringing down Electrocutioner. The Electrocutioner makes some smarmy comments to Robin that hits a little too close to home. Robin goes nuts and begins savagely beating on Electrocutioner. After the villain falls over unconscious, Cyborg has to hold Robin back. He breaks down and tells his teammates about the death of his father.

Some time later, Green Arrow is on his way to check out the Teen Titans when Dr. Light appears and attacks him.



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