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Summary: It's the Fourth of July and everyone prepares for the traditional evening fireworks. But just two seconds before their start, Mad Mod suddenly pops up on the city's public TV screens and announces that the American Revolution has never happened; right after this, he activates his hypno-screens. The Titans are already wise to his tricks, but the rest of Jump City's population is not so fortunate and easily falls under Mod's sway, who reclaims the city in the name of England, proclaims himself king, and attempts right away to conform his brainwashed subjects to British culture. It is only after realizing the reason for celebrating America's independence and rediscovering one of the key principles of democracy that the Titans can overcome the iron-fisted villain.
Starfire: Please, this is a celebration of the month of July or of the number four?
Robin: Neither. It's Independence Day. Sort of like America's birthday.
Starfire: Oh! Should we then bake the America a cake?
Beast Boy: No cake, and no tea! - See, it all started back in 1492 with this tea party, in Boston. King George - or maybe it was King Norm? - Anyway, the British were trying to make the colonists drink all this tea. But they were like, "Dude! No way! We're sick of nasty old tea and your crummy English muffins!" So they decided, "Revolution!"
Raven: Where did you learn history? A cereal box?
Beast Boy: What's your point?more...) more...)
Terra was a former member of the Teen Titans, whose role as a hero or villain is complicated. Until the episodes Aftershock - Part 1 and Part 2, she was confused, and wished to be a heroine and friend of the Teen Titans but was led astray by Slade, who tempted her by promising her that he could teach her to control her powers, in return for her unwavering loyalty and apprenticeship. Not much is known about Terra's life before she joined the Titans, except that she traveled around very frequently. However, there are some clues to her past. When Slade had Terra alone with him in the episode "Terra", he stated that Terra did try to help others. He then said that on each occasion, something even worse happened as a result of using her geo-kinetic abilities. This is possibly the reason for her frequent travel. (more...)
Red X was originally a cover identity Robin had conceived for an attempt to get closer to Slade. After being outsmarted by Slade and nearly getting himself killed, Robin locked up the Red X suit, vowing never to use it again. Some time later, however, the suit came into the possession of an unknown culprit. This new Red X had intended to use the suit for his own financial gain, but because the chemical Xenothium powering the suit was nearly exhausted, Red X stole a Xenothium scanner to hunt for more of the substance. This eventually brings Red X into conflict with Robin and the Teen Titans. The new Red X is a mysterious, daring enigma who delights in toying with his enemies, holding no allegiances and working to suit his own ends. Red X assumes the role of an anti-hero, and while he considers Robin to be a personal rival, he also appears to grudgingly respect him enough to aid him in times of need. He has since become a popular recurring character in the series. (more...)
Robin is the leader of the Teen Titans and an extraordinary fighter. Trained by Batman after the death of his parents, Robin meets and befriends four other superheroes, who become the five founding members of the Teen Titans.
Robin is a technological genius; he has designed and created all of the weapons and high-tech gadgets he currently possesses. Robin is a natural leader, and most of his ideas and plans are for the benefit of many, most importantly his teammates and his Tamaranean girlfriend Starfire.
Throughout the series, Robin's most hated enemy is the elusive criminal mastermind Slade, who has clashed with Robin on a number of occasions. Robin's serious attitude and the desire to win every fight is his greatest strength, because it gives him the courage and determination to fight without fear or hesitation. (more...)
Silkie is one of the several thousand mutant moth larvae created by Killer Moth who later became the Teen Titans' official pet/mascot. Silkie was created as Larva M3-19 by Killer Moth for use in an army of giant mutant moths to overthrow and dominate Jump City. The plan failed spectacularly, and upon the destruction of the moth control device by Robin, all the mutant moths reverted from adult into larva state. Taken by their cuteness, Beast Boy decided to keep one as a pet, but since the other Titans would not approve, he did so secretly. This went well until the Titans returned from a clash with Johnny Rancid to find Ops in shambles. Cornered, Beast Boy decided to confide in Starfire and entrusted the larva, whom he had named Silkie, into her care until the Titans' search for the culprit was completed. Starfire took an immediate affection to Silkie and agreed to take care of him. Silkie has resided in the Titans Tower as the Titans' official pet and mascot ever since. (Read More...)