- Freedom is life.
- -- Mirage
Appearing in "Mirage"Edit
- Abraham (Only appearance; dies)
- Arthur Nichols
- Joe (Behind the scenes)
- Chaos Induction Center
- Chaos Trainee Recruitment Hall
- The Great Hall
Synopsis for "Mirage"Edit
In the alternate future timeline of 1998, Mirage is a young Metahuman shape-shifter. She often helps out members of the underground resistance opposed to Lord Chaos. A squadron of Chaos' Force Elite soldiers raid a safe-house where Mirage is staying and she is abducted. Because of her metahuman abilities, she is inducted into their ranks rather than killed. She endures a brutal brainwashing process that turns her into a loyal, obedient soldier. During a training exercise, she is instructed to kill a close friend in combat.On July 18th, 1999, Mirage is ordered to use her talents to infiltrate another underground resistance cell. She masquerades as an old woman named Jessie and finds a colony of free citizens living beneath the streets of Manhattan. One of the members of this colony is the red-winged Metahuman Carrie Levine. Seeing the plight of these people, and their dedication to freedom, breaks through Mirage's mental programming. She decides to betray her Force Elite masters and helps the underground dwellers evade execution.
Appearing in "Childhood's End"Edit
- Appearances not yet listed
Synopsis for "Childhood's End"Edit
This story is reprinted from Team Titans #1: Killowat.
- This issue is Chapter Three of the "Total Chaos" saga.
- There are five alternate editions of Team Titans #1, each issue includes one common story, and one unique story spotlighting a specific team member.
- Storyline continues in Deathstroke the Terminator #15.
- First canonical appearance of Robert Long, the future Lord Chaos, in this era.
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- Cover gallery for the Team Titans series
Links and ReferencesEdit
- ↑ First and only known appearance to date besides flashbacks