Slades full name.
Slade Wilson is the Secret identity of Deathstroke. so Technically in this TT series Deathstroke is using his first name. :P
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You're speculating using comic book information; there's nothing in the series to show that is his actual name or that he's ever gone by the alias "Deathstroke the Terminator" (which is his full comic book alias, for the record) as a supervillain. Slade is what he's referred to, so Slade he is titled on this wiki.--OzzMan 10:42, January 7, 2012 (UTC)
However he is refered to as Deathstroke in different languages, it is only dne on the english version for censorship. learn 2 geek
But the English version is the original, Slade's true name is Slade. Not that it means that any alternate names shouldn't get a nod to. But Slade is called what he is because of the creators decision to do so, and that's just the way it is. ==Fuzzy Slippers== 00:12, March 15, 2015 (UTC)
The Top Page Quote
Guys, I went to this page to get information about Slade, but when I saw the quote "Grrrr, I will crush you!" Slade to Patrick Star, I became worry. Unless this actually existed, can I please change it. I don't want other people to be confused as I am. Obiwan1527 (talk)Obiwan1527
I have a question, is this Deathstroke the same one that was in the Suicide Squad? Jet
No, this version is different from any others outside of this universe. ==Fuzzy Slippers== 00:12, March 15, 2015 (UTC)
Slade's relationship to Jericho
Hello everyone. In the universe of the Teen Titans animated series, is Jericho supposed to be Slade's step-son or his biological son like in the comic series? I've seen on this article and Jericho's article that Jericho is Slade's step-son, but further down in both articles it seems to state that he is his biological son. Is this going off the comic series, or has this been established within the universe of the cartoon?
Deathstroke in the comic
I was wondering what issue of the tie-in comic mentioned the name "Deathstroke."
Slade does in fact have his healing factor, although it was very subtly used and was easy to miss in the show. Since Teen Titans is a kids cartoon, you're not going to see Slade have his arm smapped and then heal it on-screen. That's just too bloody. Instead it was implied in the episode where Terra betrayed the Titans and Slade fought Beast Boy at the carnival. Beast Boy was able to leave the fight to go after Terra, and then Slade later showed up with massive gashes in his clothing, which implied that Beast Boy mauled him and Slade healed off-screen. Ectoterrestrial (talk) 05:09, March 17, 2018 (UTC)