Terror Titans

The Terror Titans are a supervillain group in the DC Comics. They are a mirror group to the Teen Titans, composed of "legacy" villains. They first appeared as a team in Teen Titans #56 (February 2008), though Clock King and Dreadbolt appeared in shadow form at the end of #55.

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