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Stan Lee, the former president and chairman of Marvel Comics, died in November at the age of Lee was an unrivaled legend in the comics world. The icon's comic career started back inbefore Marvel existed.
Supernatural, Arrow and The are coming to an end soon. What does the future hold for The CW without these staple shows? The finale of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark leaves room to further explore the world of urban legends in a sequel.
And each issue gets an additional variant cover tied in with DCeased. But all the while Babs must ask herself how she can defeat a nemesis who knows her every move before she makes it! Batman and his allies wage war on the City of Bane, but an unexpected turn of events will send everyone reeling. His plan to infect heroes and turn them into the Dark Multiverse versions of themselves is starting to build steam, with Shazam and others already succumbing to his evil toxin.
In this issue, it's all-out war on the streets of Metropolis-and at the end of this epic there will be a huge change to the status quo of the world of Superman-you do not want to miss this! Or will the combined might of the Mantas finally be Arthur Curry's undoing? But all the while Babs must ask herself how she can defeat a nemesis who knows her every move before she makes it!
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XL Terrestrial is a former student of the H. Academy and an enemy of the Teen Titans. The exact origin of XL Terrestrial is unknown, but at some point he was recruited as a student into the H.
The nearly two-minute preview wastes no time establishing that this will not be the Teen Titans you know, via a dark look, an ominous tone, and a depiction of Robin as a sword-wielding, baddie-slaying, bone-splitting badass. And as for his mentor, Batman? Throw in some F-bombs. Slit some throats.
Although he is the only one of the group without any superpowers, by virtue of his heroic experience and reputation, Robin is the highly disciplined leader of the Teen Titans. As elaborated upon in the "Go" episode,  Robin forms the group after aiding Starfire in her escape from captivity, with the help of Beast BoyCyborgand Raven. Prior to this, he left his mentor implied to be Batmanin an effort to make it on their own as crime-fighters.