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Wildebeest is a name used by many characters in DC Comics New Titans series. Jump to: navigation, search The current DC Comics logo, adopted in May 2005. ... Jump to: navigation, search The Teen Titans (also known over the years as The New Teen Titans, The New Titans, and The Titans) is a team of comic book superheroes in the DC Comics universe. ...



The original Wildebeest was an unrevealed supervillain who set up the Wildebeest Society; a supervillain team in which only one villain operated at a time, wearing the same costume and calling himself the Wildebeest. The thinking behind this was that there would appear to be one villain, but his MO would seem to change with each crime, making his moves impossible to predict. The Wildebeests were all master tacticians and wore exoskeletons that boosted their strength, resembling a monstrous, humanoid version of the animal of that name. Jump to: navigation, search Doctor Doom, one of the most archetypical supervillains. ... Modus operandi (often used in the abbreviated form MO) is a Latin phrase, approximately translated as mode of operation. ... Jump to: navigation, search Species Connochaetes taurinus Connochaetes gnou Connochaetes taurinus cooksoni Connochaetes taurinus albojubatus Connochaetes taurinus johnstoni The wildebeest, also called gnu (pronounced or ), is a large hooved (ungulate) mammal of the genus Connochaetes, which includes two species, both native to Africa: the Black Wildebeest (), and the Blue & White...

The Wildebeest Society was taken over by Titans member Jericho, who had been possessed by the evil in Raven's people. Under his leadership it became involved in genetic engineering, trying to create the perfect host body for the force. They created a cat-woman named Pantha, and were in the process of creating a creature of the same form as their monstrous costumes when they were defeated by the Titans. Jericho's father Deathstroke was forced to kill his son to stop the Souls of Azarath. Jericho (Joseph William Wilson) is a superhero who was a member of the Teen Titans in the acclaimed 1980s period of New Teen Titans by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, published by DC Comics. ... Jump to: navigation, search Raven is a fictional character, a superhero in the DC Comics universe, specifically the Teen Titans comics. ... Jump to: navigation, search Pantha is the name of a DC Comics superhero. ... Jump to: navigation, search Deathstroke the Terminator (Slade Wilson), sometimes called Deathstroke, is a fictional character appearing in the DC Comics universe. ...

Baby Wildebeest

The Baby Wildebeest the society had created attatched itself to Pantha, much to her disgust, and considered her its mother. Although the size of a human toddler, it had disproportionatly powerful strength. It later demonstrated the ability to gain adult form to protect its "Momma". When Pantha left the Titans she, reluctantly, took Baby Wildebeest with her.

New Wildebeests

When the Titans were effected by Klarion the Witch Boy's aging spell, Goth once again plotted against them and allied himself with the Contessa once again. To this end, he created a new army of ‘upgraded' Wildebeests. These Wildebeests looked like their predescesors, but once unmasked, were revealed to be actual Wildebeest-looking man-monsters. Goth commanded the new Wildebeests to attack JFK International and Grand Central Station. The Titans eventually defeated these new Wildebeests. Jump to: navigation, search Klarion the Witch-Boy is a fictional character in the DC Comics universe character first seen in the pages of The Demon in 1973. ...

A pack of these same Wildebeests surfaced later in Brooklyn, New York. Beast Boy, Flamebird and the DEO Orphans first fought the Wildebeests before meeting their keeper who happens to be an older gentleman who trained and domesticated the Wildebeests to help keep his neighborhood safe. Beast Boy (real name Garfield Mark Gar Logan) is a shape-shifting superhero in the DC Comics universe. ...

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In the Teen Titans animated series, Wildebeest is a tall, muscular character that both looks and sounds like the animal after which he is named. He doesn't (can't, possibly?) speak, but only grunts in response to anything asked of him; he also seems to be easily offended (when Hot Spot asked "What's that smell?", Wildebeest snorted at him, and the same when Speedy said "Let the best man win."). He appeared with Hot Spot, Aqualad, Speedy, Gizmo, and the male Titans in the episode Winner Take All, where he participated in the Tournament of Heroes led by the mysterious "Master of Games". He defeated Beast Boy in the first round, but was taken down by Robin in the second. Wildebeest helped the heroes defeat the Master of Games, who intended to steal all the powers of the champions, and Robin gave him an official Titans communicator and an honorary Titans membership. Wildebeest later appears in the "Trust" in which he is captured by The Brotherhood of Evil. Jump to: navigation, search Teen Titans is an animated series based on the DC Comics superhero team, the Teen Titans. ... Joto is a character in the Teen Titans comic book series. ... Aqualad is a fictional character, a superhero from DC Comics. ... Jump to: navigation, search Speedy is the name of two DC Comics superheroes, both of whom have served as teenaged sidekicks for the Green Arrow (a. ... Gizmo is a villain in the Teen Titans comic. ... Jump to: navigation, search This page contains a list of the minor characters in the animated series, Teen Titans. ... Beast Boy (real name Garfield Mark Gar Logan) is a shape-shifting superhero in the DC Comics universe. ... A classic image of Batman and Robin reinterpreted by painter Alex Ross. ... Jump to: navigation, search The Brotherhood of Evil is a group of DC Comics supervillains, primary enemies of the original Doom Patrol. ...

Appears In

  • "Winner Take All"
  • "Trust"

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