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"A Kid's Game": Retreating from their battle with Deathstroke, the Teen Titans rush the injured Impulse to St. Luke's Hospital where doctors immediately begin operating on his injured knee. Leaving him in the hospital's care, they


Quote1 We do this to help people, right? Save lives. So even if we die saving one -- it's worth the trade-off. Right? Quote2
-- Wonder Girl



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Synopsis for "A Kid's Game"

Retreating from their battle with Deathstroke, the Teen Titans rush the injured Impulse to St. Luke's Hospital where doctors immediately begin operating on his injured knee. Leaving him in the hospital's care, they return to Titans Tower and regroup with their mentors. Starfire does not want the younger heroes tangling with Deathstroke. Having fought him on numerous occasions, the older Titans know all too well, just how deadly Deathstroke can be.

Beast Boy, Cyborg, and Starfire leave the Tower to resume their search for Deathstroke. Starfire instructs Robin, Superboy and Wonder Girl to remain behind, but they leave anyways. They track Deathstroke down and finally realize that their old, deceased ally, Jericho, is currently governing Deathstroke’s actions.

Meanwhile, a fourteen-year-old boy named Sebastian, recently crowned as the new Brother Blood, prepares to take action against a former Titan.



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  • First appearance of the memorial hall in Titans Tower. Statues of various fallen members of the Titans line each side of the Hallway. Many of these statues will be destroyed in Teen Titans (Volume 3) #29.



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