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Don't miss this very special issue that ushers in the new TEEN TITANS creative team of Sean McKeaver and Randy Green, reunites Marv Wolfman and George Pérez for their first new Titans adventure in years, and also features a story by Geoff Johns and Mike McKone - the creators who launched this title! It all begins when the Titans bury another friend - and ends with a deadly, familiar threat as well as an addition to the team. Plus, be sure to catch BLUE BEETLE #18, a tie-in to this issue guest-starring the Titans and Lobo!


The Titans join together for a memorial for Bart Allen, the former Kid Flash. They reminisce over moments from the past, like when Kid Flash drove the Robin's Bat-Jet to Smallville to pick up Superboy for a game. While the Titans reminisce, some major superheroes of the DC Universe are being attacked, including Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Martian Manhunter and the Flash. The Teen Titans roster changes, where no Titan member from the previous generation is on the active roster. After the memorial, the Titans join together to fight Lobo, who is causing havoc in Houston, Texas. While fighting Lobo, the Titans get assistance from the new Blue Beetle. After the battle, the Titans invite the Blue Beetle to join the team to train and maybe even be placed on the active roster. They return back to the Titans Tower, where Robin and Wonder Girl talk about Bart Allen some more when they are interrupted by the Flash. The Flash looks like he's been in battle and before he can explain what's going on, Bart Allen and Superboy show up. It seems they are Titans from the future and were the ones defeating Wonder Woman, Batman, Martian Manhunter and Batman.

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