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"Actually, I think they're just wrapped up in their game."
Jinx on the Titans' behavior.

Teen Titans Go ... Fish! digital cover
"Teen Titans Go ... Fish!"
Creative
Written by

Sholly Fisch

Art by

Christopher Guggliotti

Color by

Christopher Guggliotti

Letters by

Wes Abbott

Cover by

Dan Hipp

Edited by

Alex Antone

Publication
Issue

7/34

Publisher

DC Comics

Date of publication
  • 7 May 2014 (digital)
  • 18 June 2014 (print)
Issue guide
Previous comic

"Silicon Valley Cyborg"

Next comic

"Robin the First"

Transcript

"Teen Titans Go ... Fish!" is the seventh issue of the Teen Titans Go! comic book series. It was released digitally on 7 May 2014 and in print on 18 June 2014 by DC Comics.

Solicitation

As the Teen Titans engage in an epic game of "Go Fish," the H.I.V.E. Five comes knocking at their door![1]

Synopsis

Go Fish stress

The Titans are wary of one another during the final stages of their game.

Beast Boy narrates the Teen Titans' Go Fish game by wondering how Starfire will respond to Cyborg's play, but wonders if she is just rearranging her cards and begins recalling other Go Fish games until being told to shut up by the other Titans, disappointing him. Cyborg asks Starfire to respond and she tell him to go fish by slapping a goldfish onto the table, shocking the other Titans. Raven informs Starfire that her style of playing is incorrect, but she simply wonders if she's using the wrong species of fish. Robin interrupts them, reminding the Titans to remember what's at stake which Beast Boy deems major. He glances to the table, and notices that it is devoid of potato chips due to Cyborg consuming them yet reassures that he'll win the game due to his skill which Starfire deems is cute.

Robin continues to brag while Beast Boy, as a giraffe, attempts to peek at his cards. He is caught by Robin and lies that he was admiring Robin's cape. He notices that Cyborg is scanning his cards to measure the ink and determine which cards are in his hands and spots that Raven is using a portal to transport her head to behind his shoulder. Robin begins shouting, worrying Beast Boy and Cyborg as he asks Starfire for a four. After glancing at her cards, Starfire throws another fish on the table, telling him to Go Fish which earns Robin ridicule from the Titans.

Meanwhile, the H.I.V.E. Five station themselves outside Titans Tower as Gizmo challenges the Titans to a battle yet the heroes never show. Inside, Beast Boy wonders if the Titans heard anything as Starfire throws another fish into her pile. Mammoth and See-More discuss the possibility of the Titans not being home, but Gizmo claims they're ignoring them due to his shortness yet Billy Numerous, Jinx, and Mammoth question the validity of this claim. Regardless, Gizmo activates machines and aims them at the tower before blowing it up, catching the attention of a penguin dressed in a top hat and monocle with a jar of cold saw.

HIVE unnoticed

The H.I.V.E. are ignored by the Titans.

The H.I.V.E. activate various jetpack technology to float to the remaining portion of the tower: a square of floor seating the Titans which is held up by a thin pipe. Gizmo reaffirms his claim, but Jinx deduces that they're actually just wrapped up in their game. See-More uses his eye helmet to announce to the H.I.V.E. that the game would be over soon as Robin is left with three fours. Robin, enraged that someone peeked at his cards, orders the Titans into battle. Cyborg uses the goldfish to defeat Billy Numerous while Raven and Starfire use their powers to defeat Jinx and Gizmo. Beast Boy transforms into a shark and headbutts Mammoth as See-More is slapped by Starfire's second fish. As the Titans celebrate their victory, Robin remarks to Starfire that the events are how they play go fish. As they turn to return home, the Titans become aware of the tower's destruction as Starfire inquires if they can go fishing again the next day.

Transcript

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Characters

Character
Beast Boy
Billy Numerous
Cyborg
Gizmo
Jinx
Mammoth
Raven
Robin
See-More
Starfire
Character debut
Speaking debut


Trivia

General

  • For some reason, the printed version of Teen Titans Go! Issue 4 is printed after "Robin the First", despite being released digitally before that comic.
  • Running Gags: Starfire throwing fishes at the table when telling the Titans to "Go Fish".

Continuity

  • Starfire is playing games with live animals. ("Pie Bros")
  • Starfire calls Robin's speech cute. ("Food Fright")
  • Beast Boy admiring Robin's cape could reference his want for the item as part of a bet made in "Par for the Course".
  • Gizmo deeming the Titans' indifference to the H.I.V.E. due to being short is similar to when he was angered for being labeled as a baby by Cyborg and Jinx. ("Opposites")

References

  • One of Starfire's fishes resembles a smiling fish from a 1978 Detective Comics issue which was adapted into an episode of Batman: The Animated Series.

Errors

  • Starfire's first fish vanishes after she places it on the table yet it reappears underneath her second fish in another panel.
  • Cyborg's scanner indicates four different levels of ink on Robin's cards yet three of these should have been the same due to Robin having three of the same cards.
  • Titans Tower is drawn to be stationed in a grassy field when it is actually stationed on an island outside of Jump City.

Gallery

Cover variants

Digital scans

External links

References

  1. Teen Titans Go! (2013-) #7. Read DC Entertainment (2014-05-07). Retrieved on May 8, 2014.

See also

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