Wonder Girl Donna Troy Made a cameo in issue 34 "The Great Race" ; had her first full appearance in 36 "Troy" where she helps the Titans against Blackfire's plot to sell all the female titans into slavery. She appears with the classic Teen Titans Robin, Aqualad, Speedy, and Kid Flash and their chibi -selves dress in their original costumes. She also makes an appearance in 39 "Stupid Cupid" helping Cupid get his wings and arrows back from Larry, who has stolen them to make various Titans hook up with each other. Wildfire Ryand'r He made an appearance in issue 46 and was revealed to be the long-lost younger brother of Blackfire and Starfire. He had been sent away from home by his parents to protect him from the Gordanians and to preserve the royal family line. Everyone except Blackfire was heartbroken by this decision to send him away from home, and preserved the big secret to keep him safe.
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They stand out as a group that is more relatable to younger readers. The characters are adorable, and even the villains seem tame compared to the rest of the DCU. Led by the seemingly innocent yet incredibly badass Princess Starfire, they lead role model lives in their tower while trying to be normal teens. From endless fart jokes, to ridiculous silly songs about the bathroom, to shots of cleavage and innuendos aplenty, as well as more absurd, gross and mind bending antics, this List about the Teen Titans will have you looking at them in a totally new light. We at CBR definitely are.