Titan Army


The Titan army is a group of teen heroes from all of the comic companies.   So I present the ultimate teen team!  

 
 

 

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  • Robin (Dick Grayson) would be the general team leader. He finances the Titan Army. The original Teen Titan. Published by DC Comics

  • Robin (Tim Drake) Field leader for the Teen Titans. The heart of the team. Published by DC Comics

  • Bombshell (Dryas) is the son of Mars, Roman God of War. Dryas is a Field Leader. Published by Lev Gleason

  • Patriot (Elijah "Eli" Bradley) A member of the Young Avengers. A true leader. Marvel Comics

  • Puppeteer (Annalee Rogers) is a member of The Freshmen. She has the ability to go into peoples minds and sometime control their bodies. A Field Leader. Published by Top Cow

  • Sailor Moon (Usagi Tsukino) is the Champion of Justice and a reluctant field leader within the Titan Army. Published by Tokyopop

  • Stargirl (Courtney Whitmore) is a field leader for the Titan Army. She wields a cosmic staff created by Starman. Published by DC Comics

  • Allure (Damara Sinclaire) is a member of Relative Heroes. She was the baby sitter for the family. She has the power to manipulate the emotions for the men around her. Published by DC Comics

  • Andrea Allen was one of the last possessor of the Dial H For Hero dial. It turns her into different heroes each time it is used. Published by DC Comics

  • Armor (Jack Keaton) is trained to perfection. Published by Continuity Comics

  • Arson is a young pyrokinetic and member of the Liberty Snots. Published by Wildstorm Comics

  • Astra Furst is the youngest member of the Astro City First Family. She has Energy Manipulation power and Energy Based Constructs. Published by Homage Studio

  • Bart Allen, as Impulse, is the fastest boy around. He also has a perfect memory of everything he reads. Published by DC Comics.

  • Beast Boy (Gar Logan) a shape shifter who can become any animal he can think of. Published by DC Comics.

  • Big Atomic Lantern Boy is a member of the Super Young Team. He can fire radiation from his chest portal. Published by DC Comics

  • Black Alice (Lori Zechlin) is a mage who barrows the powers of other magic users. Not always the hero. Published by DC Comics

  • Blindside (Tyson Gilford) member of Relative Heroes. Tyson becomes invisible. Published by DC Comics

  • Boy King and His Giant are a golden-age gem. But when they were brought into the modern world they got even better. Boy King was granted control over the metal golem to protect his homeland, but now that his country has been destroyed he can work with the Teen Titans to protect the world. Originally published by Hillman Comics, now by Dynamite Entertainment.

  • The Giant of Boy King

  • Bucky II (Fred Davis) is a trained to maximum ability. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Burnout (Robert "Bobby" Lane) is the fire powered member of Gen13. Published be Wildstorm Comics

  • Cap'n Quick (and Foozle) had no super powers and no redeeming features, but they were fun. Published by Eclipse Comics

  • Captain Marvel Jr. (Freddy Freeman) was an innocent when he was published by Fawcett Comics. He get's to go back to that time. Powered by the gods.

  • Chase Stein is a member of the Runaways. He has some mastery over machines, His ship, the Leap Frog, works at his command. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Cloak (Tyrone Johnson) is a teleporter and part of the dark force. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Cloud was a transgendered alien who in her human form, she/he could turn into a living cloud formation with the power to fire bolts of lightning and mild telepathy. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Cyclone (Marty Eastman) - partner to Blitz and member of the Whiz Kids. Speedster. Published by Big Bang Comics and Caliber

  • Cypher (Doug Ramsey) member of the New Mutants. Can understand any language. Great power! Published by Marvel Comics

  • Dagger (Tandy Bowen) is a form of living light. She also throws light daggers. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Dan the Dyna-Mite (Danny Dunbar) A former member of the Young All-Stars Dan could explode by touching together the 2 rings he wore. Published by DC Comics

  • Dead Pretty Boy (Hikarimono) A dead body overtaken by an alien sentience, can fly and fire explosive photon blasts

  • Dupli-Kate (Kate Cha) possess the ability to create identical physical duplicates of her self. Published by Image Comics

  • Dust Devil (Moshe Levy) Where does a boy who can turn into a mini tornado returns to earth after years in space go to be with people like himself? The Titans of course. Published by DC Comics

  • Edwin Paine a real ghost detective. Published by Vertigo

  • Elixir (Josh Foley) is a healer mutant. Member of the New X-Men. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Empress (Anita Fite) Great hand to hand fighter with a little voodoo thrown in. Published by DC Comics

  • Firebird (Emily Reed) is a pyrokinetic who controls fire and able to fly by manipulating thermal updrafts. Published by Image Comics.

  • Flying Fox is the shamanic member of the Young All Stars. Published by DC Comics

  • Franklin Richards is the son of Sue and Reed Richards and a member of Power Pack. He is a nigh-omnipotent psionic powers and vast reality manipulating powers. Marvel Comics

  • Freak (Avia) is a former member of the Doom Patrol. She has an alien inside of her that gives her prehensile hair. Published by DC Comics

  • Freefall (Roxanne Spaulding) a member of Gen13 who controls gravity. Published by Wildstorm Comics

  • FX (Tom Talbot) has the power to make anything he imagines come to life. Published by IDW Publishing

  • Gambit is the Prince of Atlantis and the son of Sue Storm and Namor the sub-mariner on Earth 6706. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Golden Girl (Gwenny Lou Sabuki) is a former member of the Kid Commandos. She had the power to generate light and energy, and project golden force beams from her hands Marvel Comics

  • Golden Lad (Tommy Preston) got his power from the Heart of Gold, a relic he found in his grandfathers shop. Published by Spark Publications

  • Grunge (Percival Edmund Chang) My favorite member of Gen 13. By touch he takes on the characteristics of the object or power of the person. Published by Wildstorm

  • Hawkeye (Kate Bishop) of the Young Avengers. She is a crack shoot and my choice for archer. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Hiro Okamura (Toyman) creates his toys to help. He is a mechanical genius from Japan. Hiro was awarded honorary membership in the JLA. I won't believe he was a robot created by Toyman. Published by DC Comics.

  • Hit-Girl (Mindy Macready) every team needs a Sociopath. Trained to kill, but able to be kept in checked. Published by Icon Comics

  • Hulkling (Teddy Altman) Another member of Young Avengers. Teddy is the shape shifting son of two alien races. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Hummingbird II is the daughter of the original Hummingbird. She has flight and blast powers. Hummingbird is a member of the Honor Guard. America's Best Comics

  • Invincible (Markus Sebastian "Mark" Grayson) has super strength, flight, healing, and invulnerability. He is a team leader for the Titan Army. Published by Image Comics

  • Iron Lad (Nathaniel Richards) Member of the Young Avengers. A mini Iron Man, and much better IMHO. Published by Marvel Comics

  • J2 (Zane Yama) is a member of A-next. The unstoppable force meets the Titans. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Jack B Quick may well be the smartest boy in the world. Published by America's Best Comics

  • Jai West is the son of Wally West. Super speedster for the next generation. He is sure to get his powers back. Published by DC Comics.

  • Jakeem Thunder (Jakeem Williams) has control over a powerful genie. Published by DC Comics

  • Jayna is the twin of Zan. Both are alien shape shifters. Her ability turns her to animals. I like the original Super Friends version with the monkey. Published by DC Comics

  • Justice (Vance Astrovik) former member of the Avengers. Vance is a powerful telekinetic. Published by Marvel Comics.

  • Kid Amazo (Frank Halloran) is mostly human son of Amazo. He has the ability to absorb the superpowers and personalities around him. Published by DC Comics

  • Kid Eternity (Christopher "Kit" Freeman) can call upon the dead as well as myths and literary characters to help him fight crime. I chose the original published by Quality Comics

  • Kid Supreme (Ethan Crane). When Supreme was a teen age boy he went by the name Kid Supreme. He has all of the powers of Superman, but just not as trained when he was a teen. Published by Image Comics

  • Kid Terror (Tim Rolins) is the partner of the Black Terror. He is strong and well trained. Nedor

  • Kitten (Katie Conn) is the former partner of Catman and a current member of the Inheritors. While she has no super powers she can give Robin and Batgirl a run for their money. I would use the Dynamite Version. Originally published by Holyoke Publishing

  • Leah is a succubus with some magical powers. Published by Vertigo

  • Leech (Simon Lee) is a mutant that has the ability to negate super powers around him. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Lightspeed (Julie Power) The oldest daughter of the Power Pack clan. She has flight and super speed. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Little Boy Blue (Tommy Rogers) is a golden age favorite. He has no powers but he had spunk. Published by DC Comics

  • M.T. is the smartest member of the Liberty Snots. Published by Wildstorm Comics

  • Marvel Boy (Noh-Varr). While maybe not the nicest person for the team he has the power. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Megalith (Josef Majurac) trained to be the ultimate man. Strong, fast, Published by Continuity Comics

  • Michelangelo (TMNT) So what if he is a turtle, every team needs a ninja. Besides if they get trapped someplace they can call him soup. Published by Mirage

  • Monolith (Tommy Czuchra) was a member of the Elementals. He's dead, but not loving it. He turns from teenage boy to giant rock elemental. Comico

  • Moray Talbot is a charter member of the Whiz Kids, able to breath water for an hour at a time. Published by Big Bang Comics

  • Ms. Liberty (Jessica Duncan) is the granddaughter of The Statesman. She is a natural leader and organized the Vindicators. Published by Top Cow.

  • Namora has super strength and lives in the water. Published by Timely Comics

  • Nature Boy (David Crandall) was granted power over the various elements by the gods. Published by Charlton Comics

  • Nestling is the winged member of the Authoriteens. Published by Wildstorm

  • Nightstar (Mar'i Grayson) Kingdom Come daughter of Dick Grayson and Koriand'r. She has energy power like her mother. Published by DC Comics

  • Offspring (Luke Ernie "Loogie" McDunnagh O'Brian) is the stretchable son of Plastic Man. Published by DC Comics

  • Oliver Raven is the GeNext son of Rogue and Gambit.. He has the ability to drain living being's of their life essence upon making physical contact. He can control this but sometimes he retains part of the powers he absorbs, thus he can fly and has some limited telepathy. Published by Marvel Comics.

  • Omni (Cameron Begay) is a member of the sibling team Relative Heroes. He has the power to duplicate the powers of those around him. Published by DC Comics

  • Osiris (Amon Tomaz) Former powerhouse of the Teen Titans. He needs to be redeemed. DC Comics

  • Peter Pan is the leader of the Lost Boys. Peter is immortal, eternally young, great with a knife and sword, and has the ability to fly. Published by Disney Comics

  • Powerboy is a former Teen Titan and a New God. He is super strong with some energy manipulation power. Published by DC Comics

  • Rainbow was a member of the DNAgents. She was grown in a test tube, but could read your mind. Published by Eclipse Comics

  • Rainbow Boy (Jay Watson) is a golden age hero who could fly and trailed a rainbow that he could manipulate to form walls, hold things, etc. Published by Eastern Color

  • Ramjet (Gage Reinhart) is a human battering ram. He is a member of Dynamo 5. Published by Image Comics

  • Robby Reed was the first modern possessor of the Dial H For Hero dial. It turns him into different heroes each time it is used. Published by DC Comics

  • Rocket (Raquel Ervin) Partner to Icon. She is surrounded by an "inertia field," which absorbs, stores, and redirects any kinetic energy. Published by Milestone Comics

  • Sabrina Spellman (Sabrina, the Teenage Witch) a practiced spell caster, and she is nice. Published by Archie Comics

  • Secret (Greta Hayes) was a member of Young Justice before her powers were stripped from her. She is a gateway for the dead, not to mention she can turn into mist. Published by DC Comics

  • Seductress (Paula Pophouse) is a member of The Freshmen, Another emotion manipulating hero, her power is based on love. Published by Top Cow

  • Serifan is a member of the Forever People. He carries "cosmic cartridges" for his six-shooters that each have special powers. Published by DC Comics

  • ShadowHawk II (Edward "Eddie" J. Collins) is inhabited by the Spirit of Justice. Published by Image Comics

  • Sham was a member of Mark Evaniers' DNAgents. He is the ultimate infiltration agent. Published by Eclipse Comics

  • Shy Crazy Lolita Canary is a member of the Super Young Team. She possesses a sonic scream, is small enough to fit you a persons hand, and can fly. Published by DC Comics.

  • Sister Grimm (Nico Minoru) another spell caster who isn't so nice all the time. She currently leads the Runaways. Published by Marvel Comics

  • Sparx (Donna Carol Force) Former member of the Blood Pack. She has electrical energy. Published by DC Comics