So what do the British Isles look like to Crazy Haney? We find out when the Mad Mod takes the Titans out on a merry chase across the country as his attempts to hide the stolen royal scepter in a variety of tourist attractions, then leaving clues à la Riddler. Of course, the Mod has enough style to consistently be surprised that he gets foiled at every turn.
Haney's Great Britain features a sweet and friendly Loch Ness monster, hippie druids from Stonehenge who want to worship Wonder Girl as a goddess, and, umm, killer whales. The Mad Mod is a native, so he's not surprised by any of this. In fact, he exploits it. His bag of tricks has also grown to include one of my favorite villain accessories ever: Combat Thimbles!
Also part of his fab arsenal are trafficked costumes that depower the Titans. Really, they're just an excuse to put Kid-Flash on a motorbike.
But hold on, Robin doesn't have powers. Does the deadly designer have special Peter Pan booties that make him more stupid, by any chance? The answer is no. He just locks Robin behind a gate in the Tower of London for the entire adventure. And noone notices. They even get knighted by Elizabeth II and no one mentions him. Unappreciated? Check out this drama queen:
Yeah... Maybe Robin-o would get invited to the cool parties if he chilled out a little.