DC Comics has revealed its proper, full solicitations for August as the industry begins to ramp up back to full service. With lots and lots of Joker — but Harley Quinn 's final issue with I don't suppose there's any chance of a 5G Harley Quinn reboot?
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Teen Titans Go! Many DC characters make cameo appearances and are referenced in the background. The original principal voice cast returns to reprise their respective roles. Cyborg starts speaking in the voice of his grandmother, which the Titans think is funny, but it proves to be more annoying as the days go by. Raven tries to stop Robin from performing "terrible" magic tricks, because of being summoned by the magic god. In Part One, the Titans visit the Hall of Justice to use the pool, but then decided to check out the inside. The Titans find out what is going on. After using a repellent to temporarily prevent the Powerpuff Girls from moving, Mojo Jojo uses a teleportation device to teleport himself into Jump City, in the Titans' tower, then the girls follow him into the same place where he appeared, only to run into Robin, Starfire, and Raven.
When the other Titans find out about Cyborg 's fear of the dark, they have a slumber party to help him face his "childish" fears. It starts off with Cyborg singing the song The Night Begins to Shine before bedtime, and when he shuts down the lights and turns the night light back on before the power went out leading him to get terrified of dark. As he attempts to find a light switch around in his room while screaming out loud, the Titans show up to see what's going on but Cyborg blasted them thinking it was an eight-eyed monster until Robin lit the lantern to reveal themselves. Robin would prefer to check on the power grid in the next morning but Cyborg demands it right there and then, demonstrating that he's afraid of the dark while he claims he isn't scared of it but only what hides in it, which was Scary Teri, a young childhood game called Scary Teri according to his flashback after the last slumber party he had been to, where Cyborg was supposed to stand in front of a mirror and saying "Scary Teri" multiple times making him to scream in terror.