"The Brave and the Bold": The Earth is in peril and the Titans are nowhere to be found. Dozens of parallel Earths appear above the planet, channeling forth from a dimensional breach. Superboy teams up with Nightwing and together they prepare to journey to the Arctic fortress where [[
- You know, everyone's right about you. You totally rule.
- -- Superboy
Appearing in "The Brave and the Bold"
- Alexander Luthor (Behind the scenes)
- Nightwing's glider-suit
Synopsis for "The Brave and the Bold"
The Earth is in peril and the Titans are nowhere to be found. Dozens of parallel Earths appear above the planet, channeling forth from a dimensional breach. Superboy teams up with Nightwing and together they prepare to journey to the Arctic fortress where Alexander Luthor has been constructing his ultimate device.
Superboy is uncomfortable around Nightwing because he feels the senior hero doesn't trust him. Ironically, Nightwing inwardly wishes that Superboy would have more confidence in himself.
On their way north, they stop at Victoria Island in Vancouver, Canada to help out the survivors of a sinking passenger ship. One of the ship's engines explodes rocketing Nightwing into the freezing waters. Superboy quickly fishes him out, but Dick's body is in shock from the sudden change in temperature.
One quick costume change later, and Dick and Superboy are on their way again. They discuss each other's recent problems, and Superboy theorizes that this Crisis may be the event which will ultimately cause the Titans to turn evil (as revealed in a possible future timeline). Dick reassures him that the future is never written in stone and that everyone is the master of their own fate.
Before long they arrive at Alexander Luthor's citadel.
- This book was first published on March 8, 2006.
- This issue takes place after Teen Titans Annual (Volume 3) #1 and Infinite Crisis #5.
- The subtitle to this issue, "The Brave and the Bold", is taken from a Batman team-up series entitled The Brave and the Bold.
- Aside from Superboy, the Teen Titans do not appear in this issue.
- Superboy's time-traveling episode into the future took place in Teen Titans (Volume 3) #17-19.
- Alexander Luthor, Batman, O.M.A.C. (Omni-Mind and Community) , Power Girl, Superman appear in cameo flashback images in this issue.
- This issue contains cameo flashback images from the following comic books:
- Adventures of Superman #501
- New Teen Titans (Volume 1) #1
- New Teen Titans (Volume 1) #2
- Tales of the Teen Titans #50
- New Teen Titans: The Judas Contract (trade paperback)
- New Teen Titans (Volume 2) #4
- New Titans #100
- New Titans #75
- Superboy (Volume 4) #2
- Teen Titans (Volume 3) #25
- Teen Titans (Volume 3) #32
- Young Justice #50
- Nightwing and Superboy's internal monologues are color-coded, similar to the style used to differentiate the thought processes of Superman and Batman in Superman/Batman.
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Links and References
- 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