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    Titans Tower (Earth-9: Post-Crisis)

    What is this place?

    Titans Tower is a penthouse in San Francisco serving as the base of operations of the Titans.

    History[edit source]

    Creation[edit source]

    At some point, Bruce Wayne ordered the creation of a penthouse in San Francisco, near the city's port.[1]

    Titans[edit source]

    Since the Titans were formed, Bruce Wayne gave the facility to Dick Grayson to repurpose it as the team's base of operations. However, shortly after the death of Aqualad, the remaining members disbanded the team and moved out of Titans Tower.[2]

    2.0[edit source]

    3 years after the disbandment, Grayson created a new team consisting of powered individuals and protected Rachel Roth from The Organization, preventing Trigon's arrival. Despite the initial failure with the team being trapped in a dream realm, Roth and Gar Logan were able to rescue the team and defeat Trigon. With no place to seek sanctuary in, Grayson approached Bruce Wayne aside their differences and was given the ownership of Titans Tower once more, allowing the Titans 2.0 to live in the penthouse.[1]

    Using the advanced technology in Titans Tower, the Titans operated as a vigilante team in San Francisco and attracted the attention of Deathstroke. With the help of Rose Wilson, the Titans were able to prevent Deathstroke from succeeding his revenge as well as rescuing Conner from Cadmus Laboratories' control.[3]

    A Death in the Family[edit source]

    In 2021, the Titans were told about Jason Todd's death and decided to move to Gotham City, leaving Titans Tower vacant for weeks.[4]

    Rooms[edit source]

    • Lounge: The Titans Tower's elevator brings visitors from the lobby to the living room with an open kitchen.
    • Gym: The tower includes a gym designed with Japanese designs with non-lethal weapons, such as wooden katanas and a wooden dummy for training.
      • Changing Room: The gym leads to the changing room with multiple cylindrical changing pods that hold the suits of the Titans.
    • Command Center: Down the hallway of the changing room, a command center is present for research and briefings on missions. It consists of an advanced computer that allows its users to access security footage of the building and access databases.
    • Bedrooms: Each member of the Titans is given a bedroom with independent designs.

    Residents[edit source]

    Current Residents[edit source]

    Former Residents[edit source]

    Appearances[edit source]

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    Trigon Appears
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    Rose Appears
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    Ghosts Appears
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    Aqualad Flashback
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    Deathstroke Appears
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    Bruce Wayne Appears
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    Jericho Flashback
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    Atonement Appears
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    Fallen Appears
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    E.L._.O. Appears
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    Nightwing Appears
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    Crisis on Infinite Earths: Part Five Appears
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    Barbara Gordon Appears
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    Titans Forever Flashback

    Notes[edit source]

    Gallery[edit source]

    References[edit source]

    Other versions of Titans Tower
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