Thursday, December 29, 2005

Rose Wilson: History Lesson 1

This March, Rose [Ravager] Wilson will be joining the Teen Titans after the one year leap. Many readers may be familiar with Rose through the latest Titans series, but she has actually been around for over 10 years.

The long-lost daughter of Deathstroke the Terminator, Rose Wilson joined the Titans after her mother was killed and her precognitive meta-human abilities began to manifest. Despite Rose's cynical attitude, she did find some solace in her time as a Titan. But Slade shattered any chance of happiness when he kidnapped Rose and brainwashed her to become the new Ravager at his side.

Rose's story began in Deathstroke #15 [1992]... take a look at Rose history before joining the Titans. It's on the Rose Wilson History page! Learn more about the Daughter of Deathstroke!

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

She-Hulk Hits 100

Yes, this has nothing to do with Titans... but everything to do with good comics! If you haven't tried She-Hulk, you should. As Newsarama reveals: "It’s a book that reveals in the fact it’s smack dab in the Marvel Universe. It honors continuity. It doesn’t “break the toys” or resort to senseless or sensationalistic deaths. It goes out of its way to tell three-part, two-part, and done-in-one stories. And, most importantly, it’s fun!"

"So, if this sounds like the stuff you’ve been missing in your comics, you really need to give She-Hulk a try. And I can’t think of a better (or bigger jumping on point than this 100-pager that’s hitting the stores this week!" Read more here.

Sunday, December 25, 2005

Have a Swingin' Christmas

Hey cool cats and groovy gals, have a Swingin' Christmas and a Happenin' New Year! Since Holiday Humbug is so nowheresville, Check this Christmas Card from the far-out fab four! Dig.

Saturday, December 24, 2005

Cyborg Actor Named in "Smallville"

Comics Continuum reports that Lee Thompson Young is playing Cyborg in an upcoming episode of The WB's Smallville: "Young, 21, starred for three seasons in Disney Channel's The Famous Jett Jackson. He also appeared in the film Friday Night Lights and will be in the upcoming series South Beach. His other TV guest spots include Jake 2.0 and The Guardian and he has provided voice roles for The Proud Family and Xiaolin Showdown. The "Cyborg" episode of Smallville will likely air during the February sweeps. "

Click here for an image of Young.

Thursday, December 22, 2005

Episode Guide Updated with "Go"

The episode guide has been updated with full episode notes and screenshots for "Go"; Be sure to check out all the comic book references and inside jokes! Check out the animated site and go to the episode guide!

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Comic Book Creators Get Animated

Most people noticed the appearance of Teen Titans artist, George Pérez, in the episode GO! But that wasn't his first animated appearance in the series. Look back to season five's episode, HIDE AND SEEK, where Raven secures safe haven for three super-powered Tyke Titans. Do the three monks look familiar?

The three monks are animated versions of three Teen Titans comic book creators: The man with the glasses and white hair is classic Teen Titans artist Nick Cardy ; The man with the grey goatee is New Teen Titans artist and co-creator George Pérez; And the thin man with glasses is New Teen Titans writer and co-creator, Marv Wolfman. Click on the image to enlarge.

Are Titans JLA Material?

The Pulse reports: "Brad Meltzer, the writer who turned heads in and out of the comics community with his Identity Crisis story is returning to DC Comics this summer. According to Wizard, Meltzer is working on the Justice League of America, but nothing has been confirmed about who will be on his team."

"[...] Although no heroes were technically confirmed as being a part of the big picture, Wizard asked Meltzer about 55 superheroes who could potentially make the roster. These heroes were listed as "sure things": Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. These heroes were listed as "good bets": Green Arrow (who Meltzer said was the "biggest man crush I have"), Black Canary, Zatanna, Hawkman, Captain Atom (Meltzer teased about this character, "Don't you want a military man around if you're going to have a war?"), Nightwing, Donna Troy, and Cyborg. Of the last three, Meltzer commented, "Someone's got to graduate.""

For the full article, click here.

Monday, December 19, 2005

Wolfman and Pérez Get Animated "Although writer/story-editor/Producer David Slack told me it was coming up awhile back, by the time yesterday's Teen Titans episode, "Go!" came out I completely forgot that George Pérez and I made a little cameo in it. During one of the early battles btween Robin and Starfire they pan up to a rooftop and two of the people there are George and me. George is the huge bearded guy in the Hawaiian shirt (George in real life is NOT that Samoan looking) and I'm the skinny guy next to him. (In real life I am anything but anorexic)."

Read the full blurb at Marv's site

Titans' Two New Members [spoilers]

According to this week's Wizard magazine, The Teen Titans will be welcoming two new members after the one year leap: The first is Deathstroke's daughter, the Ravager. The second is Blue Devil's wannabe sidekick, Kid Devil.

And you may be asking, "Who the heck is Kid Devil?" Here's a Kid Devil Quick Bio: Edward "Gopher" Bloomberg grew to idolize stuntman Dan Cassidy while working for his aunt's film company. When Dan was magically transformed into Blue Devil, Gopher fashioned his own high-tech super-suit to become Kid Devil, Blue Devil's (unwanted) kid sidekick.

Want the long version? click here for the Kid Devil page at!

Outsiders: One Year Later

Newsarama reports on Judd Winick's plans for the Outsiders: "As far as the superhero community within the DC Universe is concerned, the Outsiders disbanded some time ago, by the time issue #34 hits – somewhere during the year that’s jumped over by the One Year Later flip. “By the time we catch up with them, no one knows if they’re still organized, no one knows if or how they’re operating,” Winick said. “They truly are Outsiders. The general public doesn’t know they exist, most of the hero community thinks that they have disbanded a while ago, and that’s how they’re operating. They’re going in and taking care of things."

Personally, the direction seems a bit ambitious for this book. It'll be interesting to see if Winick can pull this off. So far, after 30 issues, the Outsiders have barely been proactive - which was the supposed thrust of the team in the first place.

For the full article, click here.

Friday, December 16, 2005

David Slack on Delivering "Go"

The upcoming episode, "Go," is an origin story written by series Producer/Writer, David Slack. At one point, it seemed like such an episode would never get made. So is there any pressure in delivering such a highly anticipated episode?

"Um... Ye-ah!," David answered, with mock-emphasis. "Always. You never want to write anything bad. But there's always pressure. For this one, I guess tremendous pressure. It actually became a little complicated to write. But I couldn't have picked a more fitting story for my final script on the series. Because it was really fun to do, and truly challenging to write. Usually in a standard episode, you would have an A plot with the villain, a B plot that's emotional and a C plot 'runner.' But for this one to work properly, I had to have 5 plots - one for each of the Titans. So however simplified, there had to be a little arc for each character - because that's how the story had to work. So it was a lot to fit into a half hour. But I was really pleased with the way that one came out. I think there's some cool stuff in there and I hope people enjoy it."

Story Editor Rob Hoegee assures us all, "I think it really turned out great."

Look for "Go!" this Saturday, December 17th.

Season Five Schedule Update

A source close to production of Teen Titans has provided with some updated scheduling information. The remaining season five episodes will air of the following days:

Saturday, Jan. 16th: "Calling All Titans" [repeat on Jan. 21st]
Saturday, Jan. 28th: "Titans Together"
Saturday, Feb. 4th: "Things Change"

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Animated Site Updated

Episode Guide & Character Page Updated

The episode guide has been updated with full episode notes and screenshots for "Revved Up"! Be sure to check out the character page for new info on Red X, Ding Dong Daddy, Kid Flash, Jinx and Kyd Wykkyd!

Season Five Wraps Up in January

Comics Continuum has reported that the final season five episodes of Teen Titans will be airing in January on Cartoon Network:

Saturday, Jan. 7: "Calling All Titans"
Saturday, Jan. 14: "Titans Together"
Saturday, Jan. 21: "Things Change"

Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Teen Titans Are "Go"!

The Teen Titans airs its newest episode, entitled "Go." this Saturday, December 17th. Here's how the network describes this episode: " How did ROBIN meet STARFIRE? What was BEAST BOY's first joke? Why did CYBORG build his Sonic Cannon? When did RAVEN first call the Titans her friends? Return to the very beginning and see how it all started – from the word "GO!"

The episode is written by Writer-Producer David Slack. Having just finished writing the direct-to-video "Teen Titans: Tokyo," this is David's only script in season five.

When the series first began the animated staff steered away from an origin story. So what made them go back and do in now? I asked David that very question! Here's his answer: "After I finished writing the Direct-To-Video, there was one episode slot left in season five. [Story Editors] Rob [Hoegee] and Amy [Wolfram] were kind enough to let me come in and write that episode. We originally thought the finale for season five was going to be in three parts - but it ended up being two. So we had this set-up episode - and then decided we didn't need it. It was eventually Rob who sold us on the fact, "We should do this now." We never wanted to do it just to do it. But as Rob mentioned, this really felt right within the arc. We expanded the group of Titans and the connections between them; This new generation of heroes is being threatened. So it seemed like the perfect time to look back on how it all started."

Rob Hoegee added, "Another thing was this: All season long we slowly were pulling our characters apart. So it made total sense to have an episode where it shows them all coming together for the first time."

Look for more on "Go" later this week!

Tony Daniel Named Titans Artist

It's been almost a year since Mike McKone announced he was leaving Teen Titans. After some fill-ins, guessing and creative shuffling it's finally official: Tony Daniel has been named regular artist on Teen Titans.

This news has been confirmed by Geoff Johns on a recent message board post, which also gives a sneak peek of Tony's art.

Tony also confirmed the news on his blog: "Okay, the cat's REALLY out of the bag now. Yes. I'm the new ongoing artist for Teen Titans! Whew! I can finally say that out loud. But with March 06 solicits out, the news isn't really secret anymore. The official announcment is in next week's Wizard, but I might as well fess up."

Tony added some info about the mysterious cover for March: "Couple things about this cover. One - this image is done in pencil because we didn't have time to get it inked before the solicits deadline. I had to wait on Robin's final costume so it pushed me to the wire. Two - Can you guess who the other four characters are behind Robin? New book colorists Tanya and Richard Horie, did an excellent job disguising their outlines. The final cover has a very detailed background with more titans to be found. But it also had to be obscured because of the spoilers it contained."

Visit Tony's blog for much more art, and some more commentary on his new assignment!

Monday, December 12, 2005

Teen Titans: One Year Later

Newsarama has posted the DC solicits for March 2006! March reflects DC's ambitious "One Year Leap"- in which all DC titles leap ahead one year! Nightwing's on the run and New York bound! Robin's got a new costume and bold new direction! The Outsiders have another shake-up! And the Titans? Well....

Written by Geoff Johns
Art and cover by Tony Daniel & Sandra Hope
Variant cover by Ed Benes
One Year Later, it’s Part 1 of “The New Teen Titans!” A new year of exciting adventures begins with the “new” Teen Titans, the bizarre Doom Patrol and the mysterious and secretive Titans East! Retailers please note: This issue will ship with two covers by Tony Daniel & Sandra Hope and Ed Benes. Please see this month’s order form for details on the variant cover.
On sale March 15 • 32 pg, FC, $2.50 US

At San Diego Comic-Con 2005, Geoff Johns offered some hints about Teen Titans One Year Later: The line-up will be shaken up a bit. There will be new members, some revisions of current teen characters, and a change in direction after the Crisis. Red Hood will be showing up in #29 looking for Tim. Nightwing will be showing up for two issues around #31-32. Doom Patrol will be appearing [which begs the question... "WHICH Doom Patrol?]. And finally, Titans East is coming! But don't expect Titans East to have their own series--- it will all be part of the book. Geoff said that he thought after almost three years, the book needed to be shaken up a bit. And he was excited to introduce some new elements to the mix.

On Geoff's site, he posted some more teasers: "Our job is to make this the most talked about team book on the market. With a concentration on character, twists and turns and introducing new and revamped ideas into the DCU. It's going to be a very different book. A truly new direction. Two characters who have never appeared in DCU yet have interacted with many DCU characters will appear in our first issue. As will familiar, brand new and altered faces. It's going to be fun! Thanks for sticking around."

I'm guessing those characters surrounding Robin are new members. Any guesses?

Robin Joins "The Batman" in Season Four

Legions of Gotham has reported that Robin will be introduced in the fourth season of "The Batman." Matt from Legion of Gothams reports: "I've heard from a few reputable sources now that since we're getting a season four, and since Titans was indeed cancelled....thats right....we WILL be seeing a new version of the boy wonder....ROBIN!" has confirmed with a reliable source that the news is indeed true. Designs on Robin have already commenced. It certainly sheds some more light on the decision to end production on Teen Titans. But that doesn't mean we should stop trying to Save Season Six!

Titans Companion is a "Must Read" has posted its latest Slugfest Special: The Titans Companion. It seems the critics agree - Titans Companion is a hit!

Ariel Carmona Jr.: "Just in time for the mad Christmas holiday rush, TwoMorrows Publishing has a treat for comic book aficionados. [...] This book is a must read for anybody who loves super hero comics in general, and the Teen Titans in particular."

John Hays: "The Titans Companion is a valuable tool that serves two purposes. First, it allows those unfamiliar with Titans lore to learn the rich history these fine creators have brought to the DC Universe. Second, it provides a wealth of information about each creator that even the most die-hard Titan fan may be completely unaware of. Combine these two aspects with the large assortment of donated art pieces, and you have yourself the perfect gift for any comic book fan."

Shawn Hill: "The fascinating history recounted diligently in this organized volume is more than enough for hours of reading about the lives of beloved characters behind the scenes."

Read the full reviews here. Titans Companion will be released in stores on December 14 and can be ordered through TwoMorrow’s own website or Diamond Distributing. You can also order the book through The Titans Companion

Sunday, December 11, 2005

Nightwing: One Year Later reports some tidbits concerning the new direction for NIGHTWING one year later: "In March, as part of the creative shuffle that accompanies the "One Year Later" shift of all the DC Universe titles, Bruce Jones is taking over Nightwing with issue #118, joined by the art team of Joe Dodd and Bit, with covers by Jock. The first issue, as the cover shows, gives Nightwing a possible/probable change in location, and a role as something more like a fugituve than a hero. Jones agreed to answer a few questions for Newsarama about his new gig, and where Nightwing might be headed."

A few astutue DC fans have pointed out some details about the cover. Namely, Nightwing is holding a knife similar to the one used by Jason Todd, the recently resurrected Robin. Is it still Dick Grayson in the Nightwing costume? Jones isn't saying.

For the full article, click here.

Cyborg Heading For Smallville

The excellent reports a Teen Titan will be heading for Smallville: "The fifteenth episode of Smallville's fifth season will feature a guest appearance by a popular member of DC Comics' Teen Titans. The hero in question this time around is Cyborg, a character who rose to popularity in the classic Marv Wolfman/George Perez New Teen Titans comics who also is features on the Cartoon Network's Teen Titans animated series. The title of the episode is, of course, "Cyborg.""

More details from as they develop!

Saturday, December 10, 2005

Titans Companion "Doesn't Disappoint" give The Titans Companion it's "required reading" label: "Once again, Twomorrows Publishing makes me a very happy fanboy. Everything you want to know about the premiere teen team is in this book. Interviews with the creators behind the books and unpublished artwork have become a Twomorrows specialty, and this soft cover doesn’t disappoint. Pick this book up and celebrate 25 years of the New Teen Titans!"

The Titans Companion hits stores December 14th! You can also order the book through The Titans Companion

Friday, December 09, 2005

40 Years of the Fab Five

They barely look over 23! Yet the original Teen Titans celebrate 40 years of crime-fighting bliss in 2005. It was back in 1965 that Robin, Aqualad, Kid Flash and Wonder Girl joined together officially as the Teen Titans! Originally known as "the fab four" [after a certain famous musical foursome]-- the quartet became a quintet when Speedy was retroactively added as a member in 1978.

The gallery is getting a revamp, but here's a page I'm proud to share: Three generations of Teen Titans artists depicting the original five Teen Titans! Yep -- Nick Cardy, George Perez and Phil Jimenez -- all with their unique renditions of the characters from the eras they drew them. This section of my personal Titans sketch collection is probably the most meaningful. These are original drawings that have not been published anywhere! So raise a glass and toast Forty Years of the Fab Five! Here's to forty more!

Thursday, December 08, 2005

Titans Start Their Engines For "Revved Up"

The Teen Titans upcoming episode, REVVED UP, airs this Saturday. The episode is written by John Espisito ["Revolution"]. This adventure features the extremely obscure Teen Titans villain, Ding Dong Daddy - as well as the return of Red X.

Story Editor Rob Hoegee spilled some details about this episode: "We had always talked about doing a "Wacky Races" episode. I think long before we even decided to put Ding Dong Daddy in it. We wanted to do that type of "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" meets "Cannonball Run" meets "Wacky Races" meets "Teen Titans." So as we looked at that story, it seemed like the perfect excuse to use Ding Dong Daddy - who is quite an obscure villain in the comics. And we actually got David Johansen - otherwise known as Buster Poindexter - also former the singer of the New York Dolls - to do the voice for him. That was a great surprise. He really brings that character to life. John Espisito - who wrote REVOLUTION - was the writer on that one. And he did a great job."

And what about the return of Red X in REVVED UP? Rob was more tight-lipped about the mysterious character's reappearance. " He does make a brief appearance," Rob noted. "I hope the fans are satisfied with his brief appearance in this one. That's all I can say right now.”

Here's how the network describes the episode: " Robin's most prized possession is stolen by the hip hot-rodder DING DONG DADDY, and to get it back they're going to have to beat him in a cross-country ROAD RACE. But with Ding Dong Daddy making the rules and a few unexpected rivals joining in the competition, it's anyone's guess who will cross the finish line first! "

Ding Dong Daddy Gets Animated

Ding Dong Daddy makes his animated debut in the upcoming episode, "Revved Up." Ding Dong Daddy had exactly one appearance in TEEN TITANS #3 [1966]. The President's Commission on Education asked the Teen Titans to help deal with the problem of High School dropouts. In the town of Harrison, the young heroes discovered dropouts being hired by Ding-Dong Daddy Dowd, proprietor of a custom hot-rod and bike shop. Uncovering evidence that Dowd's operation was a front for criminals, the Titans went undercover as would-be drop-outs and exposed his schemes, and persuaded his teenage employees to return to school.

For more on Ding Dong Daddy, visit his page at

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Bandai Titans Toys For Spring 2006

Continuing to score major ratings among boys 2-11, the Teen Titans are back for a fifth season of pizza, teamwork and “boo-yahs!” Beginning January, young fans and adult collectors alike will flip over the dynamic packaging, products and play patterns. Bandai’s lineup features new 1.5” miniatures that also offer a unique game component; collectible 3.5” figures; deluxe 5-6” feature figures with various accessories and action stands; vehicles and role-play items. Also debuting is an LCD game that doubles as the Titans’ battle communicator and interacts with specially packed game cards that come in every single toy.

Check out Bandai's products announcements with images on this page!

Adam Beechen: Titans Toon to Robin

Adam Beechen - who has written Teen Titans episodes for Cartoon Network - is slated to write the Robin ongoing comic book series is 2006. Adam has written memorable episodes such as Mad Mod, Forces of Nature, Only Human and Haunted. His series credits also include The Batman, X-Men: Evolution, Jackie Chan Adventures, Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi among many others. writes: "we caught up with upcoming new Robin writer Adam Beechen, who along will penciler Karl Kerschl (Adventures of Superman) will make up the new ongoing series’ new regular creative team. [...] ”Tom was kind enough to let me pitch to him,” explained Beechen. “I wrote a story for that book, and then was given the assignment of writing Justice League Unlimited when that book started. Editor Eddie Berganza liked my work there, and we’d talk from time to time about my writing something for DC outside the “Johnny DC” titles. When Infinite Crisis came along, and so many books were getting 'fresh starts', Eddie very kindly suggested me to Dan DiDio for Robin. Eddie and I worked up a proposal, Dan dug it, and here we are!"

Read the full article here.

Episode Guide Updated

The episode guide has been updated with full episode notes and screenshots for "Hide & Seek" and "Lightspeed"! Check it out in the animated site!

Monday, December 05, 2005

Captain Carrot's Teen Titans Appearance has caught up with Scott Shaw!, artist of the Captain Carrot comic of the 1980s. The funny animal book originally premiered in an issue of New Teen Titans - and now the characters return to the pages of Geoff Johns' Teen Titans for issues #30-31. "To start with, Shaw penciled and inked the pages, which will be interspersed among the pages of the regular story in "Teen Titans" #30 & #31. "I don't wanna reveal too much here, but suffice it to say that Impulse/Kid Flash is a fan and collector of the ongoing 'Captain Carrot & His Amazing Zoo Crew!' funnybook that's published 'inside' the DC Universe," Shaw told CBR News. "Rather than an actual 'story,' these eight pages are intended to be key pages excerpted out of a much 'bigger' storyline that's only hinted at. (That's why I keep putting 'story' in quotes.) It's as if Captain Carrot was never cancelled, and we're catching up the ongoing series."

Read the full article here.

Teen Titans DVD Extras Announced

According to "Warner announced a couple of weeks ago the Feb. 7th release of Teen Titans - The Complete 1st Season. As we mentioned at the time, all of these episodes have previously been released on DVD, so the news of a season set may not excite everybody. However, at the time we didn't know about all the extras that would be on board!"

- "Finding Their Voices" - The Secret Information Behind the Making of Teen Titans
- Toon Topia Bonus Cartoons - The Hiros Episodes 1 and 2
- Comic Creations - From Comic Book to Cartoon
- Puffy Ami Yumi Featurette - The Ultra-Hip Female Group Performs and Talks About Its Hit Teen Titans Theme Song
- Puffy Ami Yumi Music Video
- Sneak Peek at Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi TV Show

A few of those extras were on past DVD releases - but there are a couple of new extras as well. Including " Comic Creations " is a great move. Look for season one February 7, 2006!

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Titans "Games" on Hold

Ah, the Titans graphic novel: GAMES. Marv Wolfman and George Pérez started the graphic novel way back in 1989; Pérez completed about 70 pages before the project was put on hold. Last year, DC announced the project was revived - meaning Pérez would complete his pages with a revised script by Marv Wolfman. The long-delayed Titans Graphic Novel, GAMES, was originally scheduled to hit shelves by the end of 2005.

So what is the status of the long-anticipated project? Right now, Pérez is booked up with projects from DC, and there may not be time to complete it during his contracted period with them. As of right now, it's on hold once again, and might likely stay that way. Stay tuned to for any future news concerning the final fate of GAMES.

For the long history of GAMES, check out this page.

Friday, December 02, 2005

NY Comic Con Lookin' Good!

OK -- comic fans in the Manhattan area have been wondering why there isn't a big, well-run convention in the city that never sleeps? It's probably been almost 10 years since major publishers like Marvel & DC attended a NYC Convention. Well, that looks like it's about to change! Reed Exhibitions is hosting a New York Comic Con Feb. 24-26, 2006, at the Jacob Javits Center. And it looks to be developing into a major, major show!

Both Marvel & DC will be there. Plus, special guests Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane, Brad Meltzer, and Joe Quesada. And The Artist Alley is filling up with some awesome talent like Ale Garza, Andy MacDonald, Chris Batista, Dale Eaglesham, Dave Gibbons, David Finch, Dick Giordano, Greg Horn, Howard Porter, Ian Churchill, John Romita Jr, John Romita Sr, Jose Luis Garcia Lopez, Keven Maguire, Kevin Nolan, Mark Bagley, Marshall Rogers, Mike Lilly, Olivier Coipel, Phil Jimenez, Rags Morales, Ron Garney, Ron Lim, Scott Hanna, Steve McNiven, Steve Sadowski, Tom Raney.

Wow! Visit the New York Comic Con website for more details.I'm really looking forward to this show!

Thursday, December 01, 2005

Todd Nauck Pinch Hits Titans

Todd Nauck ["Young Justice", "Teen Titans: Go!"] has revealed that there are some Titans in his future; From his forum on "If you haven't heard... I'm helping out with a few pages of DCU Teen Titans #31. Now, they have me drawing most of (if not all) of Teen Titans #32. So, if you like what you see, email the editor and let them know."

Todd adds, "I'm also still doing Teen Titans Go. I just finished #28 with the Doom Patrol and now I'm working on #30 (it might be #31 now) with Nightwing." Many fans are happy to see Todd return to some characters he helped make famous in "Young Justice": Robin, Superboy, Wonder Girl and Kid Flash!

The Voice Behind Kid Flash

As previously reported here at, Michael Rosenbaum will provide the voice for Kid Flash. The creative team hinted at the San Diego Comic Con that Kid Flash's identity under the mask would be more obvious than the mystery surrounding Robin's identity. I recently caught up with Rob Hoegee, who wrote the episode, "Lightspeed", which features the debut of Kid Flash. I pointed out how the casting of Rosenbaum created some symmetry with the Wally West Flash from Justice League. "Interesting coincidence!," Rob chuckled.

"As we were thinking about the voice of Kid Flash," Rob continued, "we thought, if we're going to use Kid Flash, "Wouldn't it be great if we could get Michael to do the voice?" As luck would have it, he was available and we got him to do it!" So I guess it's pretty obvious who is behind that Kid Flash mask! Look for Kid Flash speeding in your television on the Saturday, December 3rd episode of Teen Titans!