...rg's chagrin, "Anyone
who could mourn a brother like that, imagine what she'd be like to a boyfriend.
She'd be the perfect girlfriend.""Thank you," Cyborg said, "For elaborating on that for the entire ride.""What's that supposed to mean?" Robin said, coolly. "You asked.""That I did," Cyborg said. "And I'm sorry for it. Happy?""Quite," Robin said. "I feel a bit better. It's just, I can't get her out of
my head.""Fine, fine!" Beast Boy yelled, "Just keep her in there and not talk about it
for five minutes maybe?" Cyborg looked at the road. "What's taking so long, Cy?""I don't know. This giant chemical monster is taking up three lanes and is
just standing there." They looked at each other, and then announced in one
voice, "A Giant Chemical Monster?""Okay," Robin said, "I'll hit the signal. You guys get clearing the
civilians. Let's go Titans!""Right!" the Teens agreed. Cyborg ran to the civilians, helping them away
from Chemo, while Beast Boy provided speedy retreats as a stallion running down
the street and over several cars. Robin, meanwhile, it the signal."Hurry up, guys," Robin said. "Don't know how long I can hold this guy." He
threw a freeze disc at Chemo, which successfully frosted the giant chemical
beast for all of five seconds before the materials began to leak through the
container to burn away the ice. "Well, that's one doubt that's been relieved.""What's wrong?" Cyborg asked."My ice disc isn't enough to hold him for more than, say," Robin es...