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Episode #34 - Wavelength
Original Airdate - October 25th, 2004

Brother Blood is back. And this time, it's personal. Cyborg learns that Blood stole his blueprints - and the villain is using Cy's technology to create a doomsday device. Can Cyborg take charge of the team and lead a mission to stop his arch-enemy? Or will he even get the chance?

Review by Stu
Media by Bird Boy
Titans Writers
Written by Tom Pugsley, Greg Klein
Directed by Ben Jones
Producer Glen Murakami
Producers Linda M. Steiner, David Slack
Music by Lolita Ritmanis
Casting and Voice Direction Andrea Romano
Animation Services by Lotto Animation

Titans Voices
Greg Cipes as Beast Boy
Scott Menville as Robin
Khary Payton as Cyborg
Tara Strong as Raven
Hynden Walch as Starfire
T'keyan Crystal Kemah as Bumblebee
John DiMaggio as Brother Blood
Wil Wheaton as Aqualad


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After his debut in the season premiere, Brother Blood, the big bad of season finally returns and the Titans, heroes that they are, go off to save the day.

Veering off from the typical stop the bad guy plot, the story focused heavily on Cyborg wanting to stop Blood himself, but Robin, fearless bad ass leader that he is was having none of it, Cyborg had to fix the giant tower whilst Robin, Starfire and Raven got to whoop ass.

It was nice to see Aqualad again, he didn’t really do anything except give Beast Boy someone to talk to, but hey, The Titans needed to go under the sea for something.

I found the episode to be perfectly enjoyable. It doesn’t live up to X or Haunted, but it’s a nice way to spend 22 minutes. The main critique I have is Bumblebee. She annoyed the hell out of me.

As with any Titans episodes, the humor was there, not as strong as previously shown, but this reviewer had a few belly. Highlights include Raven choosing death over going in Beast Boy’s mouth, and Cyborg complaining about Robin’s orders.

Animation wise, it was delightful. Whilst there’s no denying the first 2 seasons were pretty to the eye, season 3 has really topped them both. X sets the standard for all future episodes to live up to. This didn’t surpass it, but it came damn close, which is all you can ask really.