"Family Lost": Robin has a heart-to-heart conversation with Batman concerning his dual identity. He is frustrated over the fact that he has been lying to his father for the past several years about his actions as Robin. Batman gives him some advice and flies him to Titans Tower i
- I'm such a genius.
- -- Gizmo
Appearing in "Family Lost"
- Gotham City
Synopsis for "Family Lost"
Robin has a heart-to-heart conversation with Batman concerning his dual identity. He is frustrated over the fact that he has been lying to his father for the past several years about his actions as Robin. Batman gives him some advice and flies him to Titans Tower in San Francisco in the Batplane.
Meanwhile, Deathstroke and his daugther Rose are determined to make sure that Jericho remains dead. The only way they can do that howevever is by tracking down the Titan who imprisoned him, Raven. Deathstroke and Rose begin investigating Raven's trail – a trail that leads them to the mysterious Church of Blood.
At Titans Tower, the remainder of the team discuss Raven and analyze her history and the circumstances that ultimately brought her back to them.
- This book was first published on February 11, 2004.
- This issue is reprinted in the Teen Titans: Family Lost trade paperback.
- First appearance of Rose Wilson as the new Ravager. The original Ravager was her late half-brother Grant Wilson.
- Behind the scenes appearance by Brother Blood.
- Arella's true name is given as Angela Roth for the first time in this issue.
- Raven's origin was originally presented in Tales of the New Teen Titans #2.
- Jack Drake mentions Tim receiving a black eye at football tryouts. This was a lie Tim told his father during Unmasked!, he was actually fighting Johnny Warlock.
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