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Don't miss this untold tale from writer Mark Sable (Grounded, TWO-FACE: YEAR ONE) and red-hot artist Sean Murphy (JOE THE BARBARIAN) bringing the Teen Titans and The Flash's Rogues Gallery into direct conflict! Two people already died over a mysterious object, and now both teams want it. How much more blood will be spilled to obtain it as this gets deadly personal for all involved?

The day before father's day, Tim Drake has a nightmare, which reenacts the night his father Jack Drake was murdered by Captain Boomerang. Tim awakens from the nightmare to find Rose Wilson in his bed, he kicks her out but this alerts the rest of the Titans who come running to see what the commotion is. Kid Devil comes to Rose's aid, Wonder Girl storms off, and Cyborg stays behind to talk to Tim, but Tim pushes him away.

Rose goes for a walk outside and is contacted by Slade, her father, who tells her he left her a present for her and Tim. Rose fallows Slade's clues and finds a mirror portal. Before she can use it Kid Devil stops her and offers his assistants. The pair then try to ambush the Rogue on the other side of the portal and get a briefcase Slade promised the present was in, but they are captured instead.

Back at Titan tower Tim learns that Rose is gone and believes she kidnapped Eddy. He gets the rest of the team together and goes after them. When he finds them Tim, Wonder Girl and Cyborg are ambushed by the Rogues. They are barely able to escape, with Rose, Eddy and the briefcase.

Back at the Tower, Eddy explains he went with Rose to help her help Tim. Tim opens the briefcase and finds the gun that killed his father. This brings up more questions, like is this the gun he will use to kill Dela Dent, and why would Slade want him to have it.

Back the the Rogues, Slade tells them their deal is void, because they could not keep Rose captured. Slade then tells himself that the plan worked out, and soon Rose will realize the Titans are worse then her farther and will come back to him.

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First of all, I´m not a big fan of Robin, the Titans and the Flash, so the most natural feeliing for me when I bought this comic was not to feel so happy and excited about it, and a little lost too. But it was for my fortune that this one shot orbits in an event that took place in the aclaimed "Identity Crisis", by Meltzer and Rags Morales, and reading this book turned out to be quite entertaining and fun. The Rogues against the Titans (or a part of them, I´m not sure this is after Blackest Nigh...

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