It's a nice evening in Jump City, things are quiet tonight for once, the first time in quiet a while. The arrival of the New Titans, just a little over a week ago, shook the city. It had been so long since Jump City had any heroes, since it had needed heroes, that the people of the city weren't sure just how to react. They were soon welcomed however, as the new wave of crime and villainy was proving too much for local police and Star Labs to handle. Multiple new villains were spotted, and not just thugs in masks, like Jump City's Freak Street Gang, proper supervillians with powers and incredible skill. A wild, animalistic boy killed a city council member recently, and already had a list of other crimes that had been attributed to him, though without sightings. Another villain, calling himself Orbit, recently robbed a freighter delivering millions of dollars of priceless art, though only took one painting. A few of the city's classic villains had came back recently as well, hearing the call of some strange master. Overload was recently spotted draining the city's power supply, and a trails of slime leading into the sewers are thought by many to signal the return of Plasmus, though he hasn't been seen by anyone. In addition, a small number of old weapons and gadgets used by some of the city's old and retired villains recently went missing from the collection held at Star Labs. Notable items within this horde were Control Freak's remote, Doctor Light's gauntlets and suit, Mumbo Jumbo's wand and hat, the lifeless hunk of wood that used to be the Puppet King, and Mad Mod's scepter. Nevertheless, it was a nice night. It was quiet, and the city looked beautiful from atop Titan's Tower, the gleaming lights of the city shining bright against the darkness. From the top of the tower, one could see most of the city, as the island on which the tower was stationed was smack in the middle of the city. It looked like a city worth protecting, all the hustle and bustle, busses, trucks, and cars busily moving about. It was so peaceful, or at least, until there was a thunderous boom, and an enormous plume of smoke rose up from the financial district. Inside the tower, the alarm blared, interrupting multiple conversations, and Technomancer's dinner. Its endless droning calling everyone to the monitor room on the top floor, where the massive center screen was showing live video footage of Cinderblock hauling gold into a dump truck. Police were engaging with him, but regular bullets just seemed to bounce off him like Nerf darts. He looked considerably different, having been affected by time, like all things. He was even larger than he'd been when the original Teen Titans had fought him. Apparently, he was only in his mid-teens when their parents had faced off against the enormous concrete beast, and still had a ways to grow. Almost 20 feet tall, he was now in his mid 30s, and had a long beard made of the same concrete-like substance as the rest of him, though it swung more freely than the rest of him. A couple of police officers pulled their cars in front of him, trying to block his path, but picked one of them up and shook it, before crashing it down upon the other. Local police couldn't handle this. It was time for the New Titans to enter the scene and intervene!