"Life and Death": The Red Hood, Jason Todd, breaks into Titans Tower and stealthily incapacitates each Titan in turn. He leaves Robin for the very last. The Red Hood tears away his outfit, revealing a variation of his old Robin costume beneath it. He feels that [[Timothy Drake (New Earth
- It didn't surprise anyone when I died. When I failed. I failed... but I'm still beating you.
- -- Jason Todd
Appearing in "Life and Death"
- Donna Troy
- Helena Sandsmark
- Jonathan Kent
- Martha Kent
Synopsis for "Life and Death"
The Red Hood, Jason Todd, breaks into Titans Tower and stealthily incapacitates each Titan in turn. He leaves Robin for the very last. The Red Hood tears away his outfit, revealing a variation of his old Robin costume beneath it. He feels that Tim is unworthy of bearing the name of Robin and attacks him. Jason is bitter for not being revered and remembered by the rest of the Titans. The two fight each other for an eternity, but Jason is older and stronger and manages to beat Tim at every turn. Leaving him a bruised and bloodied pulp, he takes his leave of Titans Tower. He leaves the words "Jason Todd was here" written in Tim's blood on the wall in the Hall of Heroes.
As the resident Titans revive themselves, several reserve members including Donna Troy, Bumblebee and Herald arrive at the Tower. Suddenly, the spiritual essence of the Spectre rises from Raven's soul self and opens the doorways between the land of the living and the land of the dead. Brother Blood exits through Raven's soul. Attending him is the new mother of the Church of Blood – Lilith Clay!
- Robin (Jason Todd) was briefly a member of a reserve team of Titans under the leadership of Donna Troy in New Teen Titans (Volume 2).
- Lilith Clay appears as a zombie in this issue. She was killed in Titans/Young Justice: Graduation Day #2.
- Jason Todd appears to be significantly older than Tim Drake despite the fact that they are very close in age.
- Even though Starfire quit the Titans some time ago, she has appeared regularly in the title.
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Links and References
- Teen Titans #20 entry at the Grand Comics Database
- Teen Titans #20 entry at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Teen Titans (Volume 3) index at the Unofficial Guide to the DC Universe
- Teen Titans article at Wikipedia
- Teen Titans (animated series) index at TV.com
- Titans Tower