Teen Titans (2003) - #32
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Sean P. Parsons
Jeromy N. Cox
Tony Daniel - 'Antonio Salvador Daniel'
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Cover Date: March 2006
Cover Price: US $ 2.50
Issue Tagline: Superboy is Back!
Format: Color; Standard Comic Issue
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Picking up from when Superboy Prime came to Earth in search of Superboy in Infinite Crisis #4, Superboy has gone on a rampage trying to redeem what he sees as evil or wrong. The story shows the gathering of the Titans reserves in order to help Superboy while he's in need.
Before Superboy hits his communicator for help, Beast Boy confronts the Doom Patrol about their existance, particularly why Rita Farr isn't dead, a reference to the recent retconning of Doom Patrol.
Combined with the JSA, the Doom Patrol and just about everyone who's ever been a Titan, the heroes take on Superboy Prime, eventually resulting in Speedy hitting him with the mysterious blue arrow, a phantom zone projector within the casing of an arrow.
However, when Superboy Prime bursts out of the phantom zone, Beast Boy and Robotman suddenly remember their entire pasts. They remember being family and all of the things from the decades past of Doom Patrol.
Meanwhile, Superboy continues to fight the Titans, killing Pantha, Wildebeast and Bushido. Both Flashes and Kid Flash decide to imprison him in the speed force and the Titans reflect on the idea of family.
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The Doom Patrol was retconned in the Tenth Circle arc of JLA. Many comments in this issue refer to the history of the team that was washed away by John Byrne, particularly being "kicked out of the mainstream" and the nightmares being had by the Chief and Beast Boy. This may be an attempt to remove the Byrne retcon now that Doom Patrol has been cancelled.
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