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Bunker
AKA: Miguel Jose Barragan
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An amateur superhero coming from a small town in Mexico, Bunker is a member of the Teen Titans. He is capable of projecting Psionic bricks to form walls and other structures in various forms. He can also use his psionic bricks as a form of armour.


  • Badass Gay: A gay teen who can attack with psionic bricks.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Being a teen metahuman from a small village in Mexico, he tends to pepper his speech with random Spanish words. He's actually pretty restrained compared to most examples, using one or two Spanish words or phrases per issue (as opposed to "per word bubble"). At one point he even lampshaded it.
    Madre...you know the rest
  • Incorruptible Pure Pureness: In one issue, a villain named Grymm tries to take control of one of the Titans. He tries to take hold of Miguel's mind, but he can't because he says Miguel is "too happy and centered."
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  • Keet: He's very cheerful and energetic.
  • Positive Discrimination: Contrast to lots of angst being thrown around with the rest of the Titans, but Miguel is an openly homosexual Mexican Catholic who comes from a family and a village that was nothing but supportive of both him and his powers. He's the happiest and most competently functioning of the current Titans team.

Skitter
AKA: Celine
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A member of the Teen Titans who turns into an insectoid-like creature when she sleeps. Skitter was given her name by her sister who wanted to protect Skitter as she said the name made her sound cute or harmless.


  • All Webbed Up: She can spin webbing from several joints on her body.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: She can turn into an insect/human creature, but not voluntarily.
  • Multiarmed And Dangerous: She has four arms when transformed. Oddly enough, her upper left arm stays mostly human.
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  • Shoo Out the New Guy: She went missing during The Culling event but returned in the last two issues of the fourth volume.
  • Starfish Language: She usually speaks in screeches and chirps when transformed, but can sometimes speak in broken sentences.
  • Verber Creature: "Skitter."

Danny the Street
AKA: Danny the World, Danny the Brick, Danny the Bungalow, Danny the Island, Danny the Alley
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Living sentient travelling street. He moves between the cities and infiltrates them, thus bringing happiness to citizens.


  • Catchphrase: "Bona to vada," which is Polari.
  • Genius Loci: He ain't called Danny the Street for nothin'. He is a sentient, transvestite boulevard (think gunshops and hardware stores with pink curtains and pastel-blue awnings) who moves around the world and acted as the Doom Patrol's headquarters for a time.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He exhausts his powers so much after the first fight with Harvest he's reduced to a single alleyway, though he later recovers.
  • Transplant: Along with an In Name Only version of Nowhere, he's brought over from Grant Morrison's Doom Patrol run.
  • Unexpected Character: No one would have ever expected Danny the Street to be a Teen Titan.
  • Was Once a Man: Implied. Pre-Flashpoint, Danny may have very well been a human being, but also alludes that he is the last remnant of a fantastic magical world. Post-Flashpoint, Red Robin implies that Danny is a teen superhuman whose powers manifested as such, but he hasn't been given any specific focus.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: He's a street that's lined with manly stores decorated in frills and lace.

Doomed
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AKA: Reiser
Abilities: Shapeshifting, super strength, energy blasts, leaping far distances

Metropolis University student who gains and struggles with the ability to transform into a Doomsday like creature.


  • Ambiguously Brown: Reiser has dark skin, a German-sounding name, and a maternal aunt with a Hispanic-sounding name.
  • Cursed with Awesome: The Doomsday virus granted Reiser the ability to change into a Doomsday-like monster when nervous. Before his recruitment into the Teen Titans, he had a self-titled, short-lived series about learning to make the best of this.
  • Flat Character: Since Doomed/Reiser didn't get many lines or onscreen appearances in between joining the Titans and heading back to Metropolis, he didn't seem to have much personality.
  • Horrifying Hero: Doomed looks and sounds pretty scary to most people, including Reiser himself.
  • Last-Name Basis: Reiser's first name remains completely unknown to the reader.
  • Not So Different: Wonder Girl tried to hunt Doomed, but ended up becoming friends with Reiser, since they both have inner demons to suppress.
  • Shapeshifting Excludes Clothing: Reiser experiences Clothing Damage (and an apparent loss of genitals) when becoming Doomed, and remains naked after changing back into a human.
  • The Unintelligible: For most of Doomed's solo series, the monster could only talk in incomprehensible snarls (referred to as "Monstre"). Doomed did speak some English in the last issue, but his first appearance as a Titan suggests that he still sounds a little harder to understand than Reiser does.

Power Girl II
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AKA: Tanya Spears
Abilities: Super strength, size alteration, flight.

When Karen Starr/Kara Zor-El of Earth 2 returned home, she passed on the Power Girl mantle to Tanya, who had assisted her and Helena Wayne in the past. Karen also left Tanya her vast fortune.


  • Affirmative Action Legacy: The second Power Girl, and she's black.
  • Legacy Character: At Karen's request.
  • Love Triangle: Wally II admitted that he had feelings for both her and Raven.
  • Put on a Bus: Ends up in a self-induced coma so she could contact Karen... and Wally West II unplugged her from her machine, leaving her in a coma and stuck with Kara.

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