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* TakeThat: Dick Grayson's first appearance in the series has him dealing with the head of a global organ theft ring specializing in metahuman organs for rich clientele. The organization's name is "Harvest." That Garth arrives and promptly murders the men leading this group might be considered a jab to the Harvest of Scott Lobdell's ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' volume because of how poorly received he was.

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* TakeThat: Dick Grayson's first appearance in the series has him dealing with the head of a global organ theft ring specializing in metahuman organs for rich clientele. The organization's name is "Harvest."[[ComicBook/TheRavagers Harvest]]." That Garth arrives and promptly murders the men leading this group might be considered a jab to the Harvest of Scott Lobdell's ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' volume because of how poorly received he was.


Spinning out of Comicbook/{{Convergence}}, ''Titans Hunt'' is a 8-issue comic book series written by Creator/DanAbnett that will re-introduce the past history of the Comicbook/TeenTitans into the post-Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}} DC Universe. A young precog named Lilith has visions of a forgotten Teen Titans team, and the series will revolve around her quest to seek out characters such as [[Comicbook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]], [[Comicbook/WonderWoman Donna Troy]], [[Comicbook/GreenArrow Roy Harper]], and [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Garth]].

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Spinning out of Comicbook/{{Convergence}}, ''Titans Hunt'' is a an 8-issue comic book series written by Creator/DanAbnett that will re-introduce the past history of the Comicbook/TeenTitans into the post-Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}} DC Universe. A young precog named Lilith has visions of a forgotten Teen Titans team, and the series will revolve around her quest to seek out characters such as [[Comicbook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]], [[Comicbook/WonderWoman Donna Troy]], [[Comicbook/GreenArrow Roy Harper]], and [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Garth]].

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** A weird one comes from the trade collection, which features uncoloured pages that feature [[spoiler:Wally West's actions during the story]].

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* MaleGaze: Dove's first transformation gives us an ass shot, and it keeps going from there. She's also notably the only female character who wears a skintight costume.


* GodzillaThreshold: The looming threats to everyone is enough to force Dick to don the ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} costume since ''ComicBook/ForeverEvil''.

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* GodzillaThreshold: The looming threats to everyone is enough to force Dick to don the ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} costume for the first time since ''ComicBook/ForeverEvil''.


* CoversAlwaysLie: The first cover has the {{Comicbook/Justice League|Of America}} and the current Teen Titans standing solemnly at the grave of the fallen Titan ([[spoiler: who is revealed to be Don Hall in the final issue]]). Not only does this never happen, but those two teams never even appear in the series.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: The first cover has the {{Comicbook/Justice League|Of America}} and the current Teen Titans standing solemnly at the grave of the fallen Titan ([[spoiler: who ([[spoiler:who is revealed to be Don Hall in the final issue]]). Not only does this never happen, but those two teams never even appear in the series.


Spinning out of Comicbook/{{Convergence}}, ''Titans Hunt'' is a 12-issue comic book series written by Creator/DanAbnett that will re-introduce the past history of the Comicbook/TeenTitans into the post-Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}} DC Universe. A young precog named Lilith has visions of a forgotten Teen Titans team, and the series will revolve around her quest to seek out characters such as [[Comicbook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]], [[Comicbook/WonderWoman Donna Troy]], [[Comicbook/GreenArrow Roy Harper]], and [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Garth]].

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Spinning out of Comicbook/{{Convergence}}, ''Titans Hunt'' is a 12-issue 8-issue comic book series written by Creator/DanAbnett that will re-introduce the past history of the Comicbook/TeenTitans into the post-Comicbook/{{Flashpoint}} DC Universe. A young precog named Lilith has visions of a forgotten Teen Titans team, and the series will revolve around her quest to seek out characters such as [[Comicbook/{{Nightwing}} Dick Grayson]], [[Comicbook/WonderWoman Donna Troy]], [[Comicbook/GreenArrow Roy Harper]], and [[Comicbook/{{Aquaman}} Garth]].


* LaserGuidedAmnesia: [[spoiler: Lilith wiped the memories of the original Teen Titans to remove Mister Twister's tether on them, foiling his plot.]] It doesn't last.

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: The story is driven by the original Titans being drawn together after pieces of a forgotten past start reforming in their minds. It's revealed that [[spoiler: Lilith wiped the memories of the original Teen Titans to remove Mister Twister's tether on them, foiling his plot.]] It doesn't last.But by the conclusion of the story, no one can remember [[spoiler: the 10th Titan]], hinting at larger forces at play.



* SequelHook: The ending of the book ties into the upcoming ''[[ComicBook/DCRebirth DC Universe: Rebirth #1]]''

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* SequelHook: The ending of After all is said and done, no one--not even Lilith--can remember who the book ties into forgotten tenth Titan was. Cue a yellow lightning bolt streaking across the upcoming ''[[ComicBook/DCRebirth sky, setting the stage for [[ComicBook/DCRebirth DC Universe: Rebirth #1]]''#1]].


* BaitAndSwitch: To an extent. From the way the story began and how promotion of the series was conducted, many believed that the original pre-Flashpoint Wally West was a ForgottenFallenFriend. As the story concludes, it's later revealed that the deceased Titan is [[spoiler: Don Hall, the original Dove. ''However'', Wally is missing, and no one remembers him]].



* ForgottenFallenFriend: One of the original Titans is considered "forgotten", and a grave is shown on the cover of the first issue. Many presume that this is [[Comicbook/TheFlash Wally West]]. [[spoiler:It's actually the original Dove, murdered by Mr. Twister, but the final issue reveals there were ten Teen Titans, with Dove being the ''ninth''. No one remembers who the tenth was, implying it may indeed be Wally.]]

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* ForgottenFallenFriend: One of As the original Titans is considered "forgotten", regroup and a grave is shown on piece together the cover fragments of their missing memory, it's made apparent that they are forgetting someone--someone who died--whose death had been hinted since the series was first issue. Many presume that this is [[Comicbook/TheFlash Wally West]]. [[spoiler:It's actually announced. [[spoiler: It's the original Dove, murdered by Mr. Twister, Don Hall, but even when he's eventually remembered absolutely ''no one'', not even Lilith--the mastermind behind the memory wipe--remembers who the final issue reveals there were ten Teen Titans, with Dove being member of the ''ninth''. No one remembers who the tenth was, implying it may indeed be Wally.]]original team was]].



* LaserGuidedAmnesia: [[spoiler: It's becoming more apparent that the Titans made themselves forget their past to stop whatever Twister was trying to do to them.]]

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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: [[spoiler: It's becoming more apparent that Lilith wiped the memories of the original Teen Titans made themselves forget their past to stop whatever Twister was trying to do to them.]]remove Mister Twister's tether on them, foiling his plot.]] It doesn't last.

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* ReimaginingTheArtifact: The members of Diablo are all characters who were originally {{Fad Super}} villains in the Silver Age Teen Titans stories, like Mad Mod, Honeybun and Ding-Dong Daddy.


** In the New 52 ''Comicbook/HawkAndDove'' series, it was stated that Don, the original Dove, had been killed in "[[Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarth the worst crisis the world has ever seen]]." [[spoiler: TheReveal in ''Titans Hunt'' #8 is that Mister Twister killed Don during his last battle with the Teen Titans.]]

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** In the New 52 ''Comicbook/HawkAndDove'' series, it was stated that Don, the original Dove, had been killed in "[[Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarth "[[Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarths the worst crisis the world has ever seen]]." [[spoiler: TheReveal in ''Titans Hunt'' #8 is that Mister Twister killed Don during his last battle with the Teen Titans.]]


** In the New 52 ''Comicbook/HawkAndDove'' series, it was stated that Don, the original Dove, had been killed in "the worst crisis the world has ever seen," implying that he died in an event similar to ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. [[spoiler: TheReveal in issue #8 of ''Titans Hunt'' is that Mister Twister killed Don during his last battle with the Teen Titans.]]

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** In the New 52 ''Comicbook/HawkAndDove'' series, it was stated that Don, the original Dove, had been killed in "the "[[Comicbook/CrisisOnInfiniteEarth the worst crisis the world has ever seen," implying that he died in an event similar to ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. seen]]." [[spoiler: TheReveal in issue #8 of ''Titans Hunt'' #8 is that Mister Twister killed Don during his last battle with the Teen Titans.]]

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* ReedRichardsIsUseless: Averted. It's implied that Mal's success in the music industry is owed to the subconscious use of his forgotten sonic abilities.

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* CoversAlwaysLie: The first cover has the {{Comicbook/Justice League|Of America}} and the current Teen Titans standing solemnly at the grave of the fallen Titan ([[spoiler: who is revealed to be Don Hall in the final issue]]). Not only does this never happen, but those two teams never even appear in the series.

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** In the New 52 ''Comicbook/HawkAndDove'' series, it was stated that Don, the original Dove, had been killed in "the worst crisis the world has ever seen," implying that he died in an event similar to ''CrisisOnInfiniteEarths''. [[spoiler: TheReveal in issue #8 of ''Titans Hunt'' is that Mister Twister killed Don during his last battle with the Teen Titans.]]

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