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The 6 Strongest Characters On Titans

Conner is yet another Titan who joins the team amid a crisis of identity. Initially identified as "Subject 13," Conner is a Kryptonian-human hybrid clone created in a lab; he possesses both the alien DNA of Superman and the human DNA of his nemesis, Lex Luthor. Grown within a containment pod in Cadmus Laboratories, he eventually breaks out, taking one of the facilities caged dogs with him. His journey to the Titans is long and winding, but they're ultimately brought together after Conner saves Robin from falling to his death.

Up until Rachel Roth's transformation into Raven, Starfire is easily the Titans' most powerful team member. But upon his arrival on Titans season 2, Conner proves the true potential and danger of his abilities several times, including in a head-to-head throwdown with Starfire that sees him come out on top. While Conner is said to mentally, emotionally, and psychologically mirror the age of a two-year-old, he has a genius-level of intelligence, a trait he gets from Luthor. Meanwhile, his curiosity and strict moral code resemble characteristics of his more heroic (and unknowing) DNA-donor, Superman. Yet, the human-Kryptonian doesn't just mirror the personality traits of those whose DNA helped make him.

Superboy exhibits superhuman strength, durability, stamina, speed, healing, hearing, and sight. While he can't fly like Superman, Conner can jump extreme distances and positively reacts to sunlight, an ability in line with the solar energy absorption abilities of Kryptonians. Then there's his heat and x-ray vision, super-breath, and a set of vocal cords that trigger car alarms and upset other's hearing. 

Like the two heroes he's sandwiched between on this list, Conner needs a better grip on his abilities. But once he has it, he'll be able to power through enemies in nearly the same way he plowed through his teammates — including Starfire and Wonder Girl — while under the control of Cadmus.


Teen Titans: Ranking 30 Characters From Weakest To Most POWERFUL

Teen Titans is one the greatest superhero cartoons. Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy, and Cyborg are diverse and charismatic heroes. The show has an excellent mix of humor and drama, and fans are still mourning the show’s cancellation and reboot as Teen Titans GO! There’s so many characters and stories that are still unexplored. The children’s version of the teen cartoon just doesn’t have the complexity of the original series.

Almost twelve years after the series ended, fans are still creating content for the beloved cartoon. Fan fiction and art keeps the original characters and stories alive. Even with the cancellation, fans can still enjoy five seasons of canon story. The show didn’t spoonfeed the audience information, so many questions were left unanswered at the end of the series.

With several cities full of superheroes and villains, there’s bound to be more than one battle royale, and the cartoon showed these more than once. Interestingly, at the end of most of them, it was still unclear which character was the most powerful. The abilities are just as diverse as the characters. Some characters are strong fighters, others use technology, some use magic, and others are simply master manipulators. While this list does not include every character on the show (it would be a much, much longer list if it did), it does outline who uses their abilities the best and wields the most potential. Each character has his or her own strengths and weakness—which is part of what makes the show so great—but some are clearly stronger than others.

30 Silkie

Silkie is physically the weakest character on Teen Titans. He has a relatively peaceful nature, and, though he has some abilities, they pale in comparison to the others on the show. His ability to eat virtually anything gives him some advantage over the average civilian or insect, but he seems more interested in using them to annoy the Titans rather than use them to his advantage in battle.

However, Silkie has one major boon: people care about him. His cuteness and the bond he creates with the Titans means that he has an advantage in nearly every situation. Unlike his brothers and sisters, who are never seen again, Silkie lives a luxurious lifestyle. Even when he does practically everything possible to push the Titans away, they still come to his rescue.

29 Dr. Light

Dr. Light sounds cooler than he actually is. While an electric villain has the potential to be both cool and deadly, Dr. Light is neither. Instead, he is one of the cheesiest villains on the show. He depends heavily on puns (a supervillain classic, but the light puns get old quick), and he has many weaknesses. His intense fear of Raven has derailed his plans in the past. Though she is, in some ways, the embodiment of horror, this is still a huge drawback.

The other big issue with Dr. Light is that he depends heavily on his suit. Without it, he is extremely weak, even weaker than the average person, according to the show. His suit gives him some cool abilities, but, ultimately, it’s the only thing about him that puts him on the level of the Titans.

28 Control Freak

Control Freak is more of an annoyance to the Titans than a strong adversary. Similar to Dr. Light, his only real power comes from his remote. However, he is able to take his enemies to other dimensions and break the fourth wall, which puts him slightly higher on the list. Meta knowledge is powerful and being able to change the battlefield at will is a mighty boon.

However, Control Freak isn’t even the best at what he does. While his whole shtick revolves around geeking out, he is still second to Beast Boy. While Beast Boy spends much of his time goofing off by playing games and watching television and movies, he still more or less honors his commitments with the Titans. Control Freak should feasibly have more time on his hands, yet he is still bested.

27 Mad Mod

Higher up on the list is Mad Mod. Mad Mod has many of the issues discussed previously: physically, he’s weak and aging and he has just one trick. Still, Mad Mod’s powers are far more useful than Control Freak’s or Dr. Light’s. Using his illusions and mind control, he can force entire cities to act on his will. This is no small feat.

Still, Mad Mod is a lot of flair and not a lot of substance. Once the Titans figured out that his tricks were illusions, he was pretty easy to beat. As the show went on, the Titans saw less and less of Mad Mod, even though he was a part of the Brotherhood of Evil storyline. To make up for his many weaknesses, he’s seen in his youthful state at the end of the show. This makes him stronger, but, ultimately, he’s one of the weaker villains.

26 Newfu

The Newfu episode was one of the weirdest in Teen Titans history. A filler episode for Raven’s arc during the fourth season, Beast Boy fought talking, evil tofu. Using mopeds, cows, and vegetarianism, Beast Boy defeated Newfu, and then Cyborg mistakenly ate it.

Newfu has allegedly conquered entire worlds. It was well on its way to conquering this world as well until Beast Boy’s manic planning defeated it. While a conqueror of worlds should be an intimidating villain, Newfu’s weakness to water made him incredibly easy to defeat. Literally using a squirt gun, Beast Boy solved the invasion by himself. Perhaps on other planets, Newfu is more intimidating, but, on a planet that’s 70% water, he’s just a silly piece of tofu.

25 Atlas

Atlas is able to shield himself from many of the attacks thrown at him. His robotic body allows him to bust through the Titans and throw off damage with little issue. However, it is robotic nature that is his downfall. The humanity of each of the Titans allows them to excel where Atlas plateaus. While he’s limited to his machinery, Cyborg and his friends can push themselves farther.

Additionally, he is totally dependent on Spike, his mechanic. Though he is seen later in the series without Spike, he is still dependent on others (in this case, The Brotherhood of Evil). Without assistance from others, Atlas is nearly useless. Despite his strength and metal shell, he falls apart quickly in situations that don’t go exactly according to his plan.

24 Más Y Menos

Más y Menos are super speedsters. These Guatemalan twins can outrun nearly any vehicle. They also have an implied telepathic connection to one another. Though they are young, they are already members of Titans East. However, when separated, each twin is nearly defenseless.

Having powers dependent on such a specific factor places them on the lower end of this list. Still, the twins have potential. They’re the youngest members of Titans East, and, as we’ve seen with other characters, powers can develop as a hero (or villain) ages. It’s possible that the twins mental connection may eventually replace their physical need to be in contact with one another. Or, they might just get better at keeping in contact. Either way, the twins have a long career ahead of them.

23 Speedy

Despite the name, Speedy isn’t another speedster. Instead, he’s an archer and Green Arrow’s apprentice in the comics. Speedy is physically strong, dexterous, and good at creating a plan on the fly. Though he and Robin competed against one another on their first introduction, they grew to become allies, though their relationship remained somewhat contentious.

Speedy’s greatest drawback is his reliance on archery against superpowered beings and his jealousy of Robin. Like Robin, he is able to hold his own in battle, but he still has greater physical limitations than his friends. His jealousy of Robin causes him to stop thinking clearly and make mistakes and decisions he wouldn’t have otherwise. For these reasons, he’s one of the weakest heroes. However, like Más y Menos, he has a great deal of potential to grow.

22 Aqualad

Aqualad is another well-known character from the comics. On the show, he is a member of Titans East and the object of infatuation for Raven and Starfire. His powers are similar to his abilities in other media. He has control over marine life and water. However, like others on this list, that is very specific. Though he may be able to best some of the villains on the show by himself, he’s best suited to a supportive role, preferably near water.

Aqualad’s powers are worse versions of the abilities of other characters on this list because of their specificity. While Beast Boy doesn’t necessarily have control over fish, he can turn into any marine animal as well as any land animal. Other characters have the ability to manipulate all matter, including water. It isn’t limited to Aqualad, but the Atlanteans are strongest against underwater adversaries.

21 Adonis

Adonis, like the Greek mythological character, is very, very strong. His massive size and powersuit make him a great adversary for the heroes in the show. His superhuman strength combats the powers of others well, but his Achilles’ heel is that he is utterly dependent on the suit.

Adonis is much harder to get out of his suit than Dr. Light, which places him higher on the list. His suit is constructed with fewer exploitable flaws, though the heroes still manage to find them. By simply kicking the parts of the suit that extend beyond his actual limbs, the suit falls apart. Once he is outside of the suit, he’s helpless. He is totally unable to stand up to all of the trash talk he gives while in the suit.

20 Bumblebee

Bumblebee is the strongest member of Titan’s East. She doesn’t have a clear exploitable weakness. Unlike the others, short of physical or mental restraints, she can use her abilities with little issue. Bumblebee has the abilities of a bumblebee. She can shrink in size and buzz around her enemies. She’s also skilled in hand-to-hand fighting.

However, Bumblebee’s powers can only be used in so many ways. While shrinking is size is useful, it’s often used as a supportive ability. It’s the strongest of the members of Titans East, but not the strongest in the universe overall. Bumblebee uses her powers in interesting ways, but her cockiness is her downfall. If she doesn’t keep one step ahead of her enemy, they can and will defeat her.

19 Mother Mae-Eye

Mother Mae-Eye only appears in a few episodes of Teen Titans, but her power is clearly intense. She’s able to overcome all of the Titans almost immediately. It’s only an accident that Starfire was brought back from under her spell. She easily had the potential to permanently defeat the entire team. In a single episode, she came very close to what most other villains dream of doing.

Unfortunately for Mother Mae-Eye, once her shtick is figured out, it’s hard to fall for it again. Though she is clearly very powerful, placing all of your mind control abilities into a pie isn’t the wisest decision. If she were to mix up her motif, then the Titans would have a powerful enemy. As it stands though, Mother Mae-Eye is powerful, but ultimately has only one trick.

18 Johnny Rancid

Though Johnny Rancid has no innate powers, he has great talents. His motorcycle assists him in his villainy, and his technical knowledge comes in handy more than once. Additionally, his sharpshooting abilities are practically superhuman. He’s well-rounded enough and physically strong enough that he doesn’t become utterly helpless without his toys, but they do enhance his abilities.

When affected by Larry’s power, he becomes one of the strongest villains on the show. Though this power was temporary, he was clearly comfortable with wielding it, and his hastily-formed plan very nearly succeeded. If the power would have become permanent, he would have easily been a major villain for the teen team. Even without the power, he is still a formidable opponent.

17 Robin

Though he is stronger than many of the characters on the show, Robin is the weakest of the Titans. His main skills are his training is martial arts and leadership. While his fighting is often adequate, it’s addressed several times throughout the series that his training is incomplete. Despite being a manic workaholic, Robin struggles to keep up with some of his more powerful peers.

Robin’s leadership also has room for improvement. While he may excel in battle tactics, he often breaks his own rules. His position seems to result from the fact that the other Titans struggle to hold him accountable for his actions. Robin is second (or third or fourth) best to other characters in nearly every aspect. However, he does grow up to become Nightwing, so, in the canon of the series, he eventually becomes more powerful.

16 Gizmo

Gizmo has potential. He ranks above the other gadget and suit types on this list because of the sheer amount of technology that he uses. Gizmo isn’t limited to a single vehicle or suit. Instead, he covers himself in his technology. With the numerous gadgets, it’s difficult to fully separate Gizmo from what makes him powerful.

However, it is possible. Gizmo is still nearly always defeated whenever he goes into battle. Though he can overpower civilians and some other superpowered characters, by the end of the episode, he’s defeated again. It doesn’t seem that any amount of gadgetry can prevent this outcome. While he can take one hero on at a time, he eventually gets overwhelmed. His attitude also holds him back, as his immaturity causes his teammates and potential allies to leave him behind.

15 Cinderblock

Cinderblock had immense power. He never gets tired, and it’s usually only when all of the heroes band together that he is defeat. Prisons can’t hold him, and he is a constant pain in the Titan’s side. His stamina is unmatched, and his strength is a force to be reckoned with.

However, Cinderblock is usually unable to act on his own. He’s a powerful ally to more intelligent villains, but his personal plans usually just involve destroying things until he’s stopped. In the larger scheme of things, it isn’t productive. There’s no end goal for Cinderblock. His destruction usually causes chaos, but it just happens to be what he’s drawn to. He’s not evil as much as he does evil acts. This motivational neutrality prevents him from executing large scale plans by himself. If he were more intelligent, he would be nearly unstoppable.

14 Kid Flash

Kid Flash is recognizable even outside the context of the show. Wally West is the apprentice to The Flash, a superhero popular in comics, television shows, and movies. In the Teen Titans iteration, Kid Flash is powerful, but he doesn’t outshine the other heroes.

His abilities derived from his super speed make him so much more than just someone who is really, really fast. He can regenerate and create electricity, but his powers easily exhaust him. His stamina is enough to get him through a battle, but not long enough for more extended missions. Once this weakness is found out, it’s easy enough for villains to prevent him from recharging. Still, he’s strong enough that he can defeat most of the characters before this happens.

13 Terra

Love her or hate her, fans have to admit that Terra is powerful. Her earth-moving abilities frequently come in handy during the course of the show. She’s able to move large boulders and cause earthquakes using only her mind. It’s clear why she was readily welcomed onto the Titans team, even if it proved to be ill-advised.

Terra, however, struggles with herself. It’s unclear where her allegiances lay, and, for someone whose powers come from their force of will, she doesn’t seem to have that strong of a will. During her arc, she struggles with deciding if she wants to be good or evil. Like Starfire, her passion makes her strong, but it comes out of frustration rather than righteous fury. While her powers are useful and strong, her morality is not. For having earth powers, she isn’t very grounded.

12 Blackfire

Starfire’s Sister, Blackfire, is powerful, even by Titan and Tamaranean standards. In addition to her ability to use blackbolts and fly, she is a master manipulator, and even eventually takes the highest throne in Tamaran. She is a talented fighter and can often manipulate others into giving her what she wants. However, she is less powerful than her sister and her friends.

Though Blackfire is older, she is the weaker sister. While Blackfire may see Starfire’s naïveté as a weakness, Starfire’s personality draws others to her. Blackfire also is empowered by her connections to others, but they are far less sturdy. Her relationships are built on falsehoods and shady dealings. Starfire has more genuine relationships, and her allies fight for her without question. Plus, Starfire harness her power in more useful ways.

11 Cyborg

Cyborg’s future shown in the show is somewhat bleak. Like Atlas, Cyborg depends on the technology and knowledge of others. However, this is not to the same extent as Atlas, as Cyborg clearly knows how his body works and is able to repair it. Still, in the future, he finds himself tethered to the tower.

Cyborg’s placement on this list isn’t solely the result of an alternate future. Cyborg also underestimates himself throughout the series. When he gained his cybernetic enhancements, he became more powerful, but he also began to doubt himself more. Cyborg is more careful than many members of the Titans, including Robin, and his knowledge in a variety of subjects should put him a better position to be the leader of the Titans. Though he has more potential, his self-doubt holds him back.


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25 Teen Titans Members Ranked From Weakest To Most OP

If you were a kid during the early '00s, it’s almost guaranteed that you knew the animated Teen Titans show. This show was wildly popular during its three year run with fun characters that actually developed, darker themes that forced kids to actually confront serious issues, bombastic action, and a sense of fun and family that was hard to come across. That show had a limited roster with the main five Titans being Robin, Raven, Starfire, Cyborg, and Beast Boy. Though they did expand their ranks with the addition of the Titans East, there were a great deal of comic book characters that had a rich history with the team from its inception in 1964.

The Titans may have begun as a gimmick to give the popular sidekicks some time to shine, but it evolved into something more. The Teen Titans started off with Robin, Kid Flash, and Aqualad teaming up to take on Mister Twister. Since that battle, dozens of significant characters have become Titans like Wonder Girl, Kid Devil, Lilith Clay and Superboy. If you’ve ever wondered which of the Titans carried the team and which ones were the weak links, here’s 25 Teen Titans Members Ranked From Weakest To Most OP.


There’s no better example of the effectiveness of nurture vs nature than Jericho or Joseph Wilson. Jericho is the mute son of Slade Wilson, better known as Deathstroke the Terminator. He was rendered mute when his father was unable to save him from another assassin. His mother, Adeline Kane, then took Joseph and his brother Grant and raised them by herself. Adeline cultivated Joseph’s gentle nature and peaceful nature and he grew up to be a completely different man than his father.

Despite his pacifist nature, Jericho was still trained in combat and stealth tactics by his mother, making him an above average fighter.

In addition, he has the metahuman power to possess people. If his target is awake, he has to make eye contact to possess them and cannot speak. But if his target is unconscious, then he doesn’t need to make eye contact and can speak through them.


There have actually been two people that have served as the avatar of order. But the one most closely associated with the Teen Titans is Don Hall, brother of Hank Hall who has served as Hawk since his inception. The two come in a pair because while Hawk is far and away the more powerful of the two, Dove is able to calm him down so that he can actually focus in battle and not fly into a rampage. They have a symbiotic relationship.

That being said, Dove isn’t meant to go into battle by himself. He can fly, sense danger and evil intent, possesses superhuman durability and agility. Dove is well-versed in hand to hand combat and has participated in many battles, but his lack of applicable skills in battle puts him lower on this list.


Back in the age where the trend was to make a powerless citizen an honorary member of your team, Mal Duncan filled that role for the Teen Titans. After he saved the team from a gang by beating their leader in a boxing match, he joined despite his lack of powers or formal training. But Mal actually did something to change his situation. He found the performance enhancing exoskeleton of Guardian and wore it, becoming the second guardian.

Under this identity, he possessed slightly superhuman strength, speed, and durability.

However, after a mysterious encounter with Azrael, the angel of death, he was granted a mystical horn with the ability to open portals and fire destructive sonic waves. He took the name Hornblower, then Herald. Then when the horn merged with his vocal cords, he took the name Vox.


Bumblebee is the first tech genius on this list. Karen Beecher was the girlfriend of Mal Duncan. When she felt that he wasn’t getting enough respect on the Teen Titans, she decided to fix that. She designed a battle suit based on a bumblebee and engineered a situation where she would attack and Mal would look like the hero. Oh, and she did this while in high school; with the resources of a high schooler. Comics made a lot more sense back in the day.

But besides the gap in logic, Karen has been a long time member of the Teen Titans with her battle suit granting her increased strength, speed, protection, flight, and the ability to project painful electric blasts. Bumblebee’s armor also allows her to shrink down to escape enemy sight and sneak into places that others can’t.


Roy Harper has entered the mainstream zeitgeist because of Colton Haynes’s incredible portrayal of the character on Arrow. But as good as Haynes was, he only scratched the surface of Roy Harper’s journey through the comics. Harper started off as Speedy, Green Arrow’s sidekick before joining the Titans and eventually becoming Arsenal. Then he joined the Justice League under the moniker Red Arrow until he lost his arm to Prometheus and became Arsenal once again.

In all of his iterations, Roy is one of the finest marksmen in the world, an expert martial artist, and has an ability to use almost anything he can get his hands on as a weapon.

As an archer, Roy actually earned his nickname Speedy because he was able to shoot arrows faster than Green Arrow himself could. He always has a varied but effective arsenal at his disposal, hence the name Arsenal.


Any kin to Slade Wilson is bound to be a dangerous person. Rose Wilson is the daughter of Deathstroke the Terminator and is nearly as dangerous as her father. Rose was born to one of Deathstroke’s lovers. Rose had a secure life but was also trained by her mother. Unfortunately, Rose’s mother was assassinated and Rose was only saved by Billy Wintergreen. At this point, Slade decided to place Rose under the care of the Teen Titans.

Ravager was trained personally by Nightwing and, as such, is a fantastic martial artist who can hold her own against any foe. In addition, she was given the same serum that Deathstroke was given, enhancing her strength, speed, durability, and endurance to slightly superhuman levels. On top of that, Rose possesses limited precognition triggered by adrenaline. Meaning that sometimes, she can see what her opponent will do before they do it.


Virtually every iteration of Robin has been a member of the Teen Titans at some point, but we’re going to go with the most well known, the most experienced, and the most powerful in Dick Grayson. He is one of the most well-respected figures in the superhero community. He also proved that he was the most powerful of the Robins during 2009’s "Batman: Battle for the Cowl" storyline when he defeated Jason Todd and assumed the mantle of Batman. Robin underwent intense training by Batman in order to become the boy wonder.

He mastered dozens of martial arts; became a master detective; and excelled in weapons training, with focus being placed on escrima sticks.

But his greatest strength comes from his agility and acrobatic skills. Robin is the world’s greatest acrobat, making him very difficult to hit during battle and allowing him to gain tactical advantages.


On the other end of the bird spectrum is Hawk, Dove’s brother and the muscle in their duo. Hank Hall was with his brother, Don, when they developed their powers. However, as the hotheaded sibling, Hank gained power as the avatar of chaos instead of order. Together with his brother, they formed a crime fighting duo and eventually joined the Teen Titans.

Hawk possesses enhanced strength, endurance, intelligence, agility, and a healing factor. Hawk also possesses a heightened density which makes him largely invulnerable. His powers won’t even allow himself to revert back to his human form until all of his injuries are healed. This can happen often however, because, without Dove by his side, Hawk suffers from great rage and was prone to going berserk during battles.


Kid Devil is a less well known member of the team, but he was still a Titan through and through. Eddie Bloomberg was a normal kid whose aunt was in showbusiness. However, when a movie she was producing resulted in the creation of the superhero Blue Devil, Eddie desperately wanted to be a part of the action. He snuck into Blue Devil’s workshop and created a suit that would allow him to fight crime alongside Blue Devil. However, his idol rejected him because he didn’t want a sidekick. This didn’t stop Eddie from going on adventures, however.

Eventually Eddie was able to strike a deal with a demon to give him real superpowers similar to Blue Devil’s and, at this point, he joined the Teen Titans for a long time.

Eddie’s powers granted him incredible strength, speed, flight, a prehensile tail, boiling blood, and the ability to breathe fire.


Another one of the most vital members of the Teen Titans, Beast Boy has been present in numerous iterations of the team and, in every one, he is a lovable goof that gets close with everyone once he trusts them. Beast Boy was born Garfield Logan and, after he caught a rare disease, his zoologist parents treated him with an untested machine that turned his skin green and granted him the ability to transform into any animal.

Beast Boy’s main ability is shapeshifting. He can shapeshift into any animal he’s ever seen and retain the attributes of said animal. He can transform into alien animals, extinct animals, and microscopic animals. Doing this places no strain on him and he can stay in animal form indefinitely. In his human form, he has enhanced strength, speed, and agility due to his altered DNA.


Did you know that one of the Teen Titans believed in Communism? Red Star, or Leonid Kovar, was born a patriotic Russian in the '60s. He and his archaeologist father stumbled across an alien ship that exploded when Leonid was tinkering with it, granting him an evolving set of superpowers.

He adopted the name Starfire (though he changed it later for obvious reasons) and served as Russia’s first superhero.

However after an encounter with the Teen Titans and a betrayal by his country, Leonid decided to join the Titans and adopt the name Red Star. Red Star initially only possessed superhuman strength and speed. However, eventually his powers evolved to include flight, and the ability to shift into a form composed of fire-like energy that he can create and project on command.


Garth was another member of the original Teen Titans trio. He, Kid Flash, and Robin came together to battle Mister Twister and, with the later addition of Wonder Girl, the Teen Titans were born. Aqualad has had a long history. He was born within a society of Atlanteans that had split off from the main city. He was abandoned by his family and Aquaman brought him in, training him to be his partner.

Aqualad possesses all of the abilities that Atlanteans do: superhuman strength, speed, and durability. He can survive the depths of the ocean, swim at incredible speeds, and has enhanced senses. However, Garth has always had an affinity for magic and, as he grew into Tempest, his magical abilities grew. He can manipulate water, teleport, travel through time, discharge energy from his hands and eyes, and telekinesis.


Along with the roster of the Teen Titans from 2003 television show, Static may be the most popular teenage superhero due to him starring in his own animated series Static Shock. Virgil Hawkins was a high school student in the fictional city of Dakota who got caught up in an event called the Big Bang which released a wave of mutagenic gas on a bevy of high school students. Static’s his natural intelligence allows him to best his opponents in most cases.

He’s intelligent enough that he invented parts for Red Robin’s suit and created a mechanical dinosaur out of boredom.

Virgil’s superpowers, however, allow him to manipulate electromagnetic energy. This power grants him the ability to discharge electricity from his body, use magnetic fields to manipulate metal, generate durable electromagnetic shields, charge nonmetal objects with electricity, and more. Static has proven powerful enough to level a building.


Kiran is a relatively new addition to the team, but that does not diminish her strength. She was born to two archaeologists in Delhi, India and she traveled around the world with them. During an archaeological conference, she met Cassie Sandsmark, the second Wonder Girl, and the two struck an instant friendship as they fought off a supervillain that was attacking a nearby museum. From that point on, Kiran became Solstice.

Kiran is photokinetic, meaning she can manipulate light energy through unknown means. She can project blasts of photokinetic energy powerful enough to split a ship in half. In addition, she can fly, and is wrapped in enough heat to melt metal. She has shown to be able to put up a fight against Wonder Girl and Superboy and has been a valuable team member since she joined.


There have been many versions of the Blue Beetle with varied powersets. But the only one that became a member of the Teen Titans was Jaime Reyes, the third Blue Beetle. Jaime was a regular high school student from El Paso, Texas when he stumbled across a sentient alien weapon known as a Scarab that bonded to him and granted him the ability to form biomechanical armor over himself.

The Scarab armor is an incredibly powerful piece of hardware. It grants Jaime superhuman strength, speed, durability, and the ability to fly.

In addition to these modifiers, it also grants Jaime access to a host of onboard weapons such as energy blasts and sonic cannons. The suit is also able to morph parts of itself into other weapons such as blades and a mace. Jaime’s partnership with the Scarab easily makes him the most powerful of the Blue Beetles.


While Cyborg is one of the first characters that people think of when they remember the Teen Titans, Cyborg eventually grew in popularity to the point that he became a founding member of the Justice League when The New 52 rewrote DC history. But despite his membership on the Justice League, Victor Stone will always be remembered as a Teen Titans character.

To his credit, Cyborg has proven to be a very powerful addition to the Teen Titans due to his tendency to upgrade himself and become more powerful through the integration of new technology. Throughout his superhero career, he’s possessed increased strength, endurance, durability, and senses as well as the ability to hack into anything, increased intelligence, and an array of defense systems like his signature white noise cannon (sonic cannon for you Teen Titans fans) which would fire concentrated blasts of sound powerful enough to damage steel targets.


The ability to read and attack your opponent’s thoughts can be an extremely useful one during a fight. With this ability, you could tell what your enemy was about to do, distract anyone you’re going up against, and even attack their mind in with an attack that can’t be deflected with physical tools. A good psychic is invaluable to a team and that is why Lilith Clay, or Omen, is in the top 10.

Lilith Clay was the sixth ever member of the Teen Titans who joined in hopes that it would aid her in her journey to find her birth parents.

But while Clay was a member, she proved to be a beneficial presence on the team. Her mental powers were strong enough to overcome Psimon in a psychic battle and Psimon is an massively powerful psychic capable of crippling most of the team easily.


Raven may be one of the hardest people to place on this list due to her her vast array of ill-defined powers. Raven’s heritage as a half demon grants her quite a few abilities such as spellcasting, telekinesis, precognition, projection of her soul self, teleportation, and psychic powers. These are many of the abilities that Raven possesses, but these aren’t her most powerful ones.

Raven can manipulate darkness which is the ability most shown on the Teen Titans television show. But in the comics, Raven is more known as an extremely powerful empath, able to sense and manipulate the emotions of others. She can force people to feel emotions like love or rob them of all emotions. She’s used this power to calm crowds and stop rampaging supervillains. In addition, she’s able to absorb pain from others and rapidly heal that person.


If you’re able to reshape an entire landscape with your powers, you’re going to be near the top of any power ranking list. There aren’t many geokinetics outside of the Avatar: The Last Airbender series, so Terra is unique among those in the DC Universe. She’s able to influence rock all around her to a seemingly limitless degree.

Her real displays of power, though, come from when she reshapes the landscape around her by directly manipulating tectonic plates.

She can cause earthquakes, erupt volcanoes, and open up chasms in the earth. The new Terra, Atlee, actually displays superior control over earth than the original Terra. She can manipulate rock several square miles around her and sustains little to no damage from anything earth-based.


Speedsters are more powerful opponents than one would realize. Though he may not have increased attributes, great enough speed can branch out into a much wider range of powers. That’s why Impulse finds himself this high on the list. He may not be the fastest speedster to ever grace the Teen Titans, but he’s still powerful.

Impulse is Bart Allen, time traveling grandson of Barry Allen who is known for his recklessness and natural aptitude for his powers. He travelled back in time to talk to Wally West in hopes to combat his accelerated aging. Once that was cured, he remained in the past and joined the Teen Titans. Bart actually has almost limitless potential as a speedster and has displayed some incredible feats. He’s able to create tangible clones of himself and use the Speed Force to give him slight invulnerability.


Wally is ranked here for the same reasons that Impulse are, but as the original speedster on the Teen Titans and a character who grew to be a more powerful speedster, he’s ranked above Bart. He gained his powers by recreating the experiment that gave Barry Allen his powers. After serving as his sidekick for years, he partnered with Robin and Aqualad to take down Mister Twister and form the original incarnation of the Teen Titans.  Wally has grown at an incredible rate since then.

He actually surpassed Barry as the fastest speedster sometime after he took over the mantle of The Flash.

He’s done some incredible things like mainlining the Speed Force, share and steal speed, and using the Speed Force to subvert the laws of physics. Wally may be the fastest being to ever exist. He easily outstrips the speed of light and has even outrun death and entropy.


This Tamaranian princess grew to achieve great things once she became a member of the Teen Titans. Starfire, or Koriand’r came to earth after being experimented on by an advanced race of sadistic alien scientists. The first person she encountered on Earth was Dick Grayson and, after becoming accustomed to life on Earth, she joined the Teen Titans to defend Earth with her alien powers.

Tamaranians possess the ability to absorb solar energy (like Kryptonians) and use it to power their ability to fly. In addition to flight, Starfire possesses strength great enough to seriously challenge Wonder Girl, enhanced durability, and the ability to fire powerful bolts of solar energy. Starfire is one of the sweetest women you’ll ever encounter, but she drops all of this when she goes into battle and becomes a warrior.


Donna Troy was the first character to join the trio of Robin, Kid Flash, and Aqualad. It was at that point that the four young heroes officially became the Teen Titans. And ever since then, Wonder Girl has been a character whose influence has become a part of the very fabric of the team.

As an Amazonian, Wonder Girl generally serves as the team’s battering ram.

She is extremely powerful with incredible strength, speed, endurance, and durability. While originally she was much weaker than Wonder Woman, Donna has progressed to the point that she’s able to go toe to toe with Wonder Woman. In addition to her physical attributes, Donna has undergone the same Amazonian training that Wonder Woman has, meaning that she’s a master at hand-to-hand combat. She also has access to some abilities that even Wonder Woman due to her ability to manipulate photonic energy.


Superboy is only partially Kryptonian. He is a genetically engineered being created by Lex Luthor with the intent to replace Superman after his death at the hands of Doomsday. Luthor used a mix of his own DNA, Kryptonian DNA, and an unknown strand of DNA to create Superboy, who goes by Conner Kent or Kon-El. Despite the presence of Luthor’s genes in him, Superboy is all hero and has been a pivotal member of the Teen Titans.

It may seem like Superboy is just a mini Superman, but it’s more complicated than that. Superboy is actually a powerful telekinetic and uses these abilities to mimic Kryptonian abilities like super strength, invulnerability, flight, heat vision, and super hearing. He can also use his telekinesis to move items and emit powerful psionic blasts. But since he is part Kryptonian, he does possess their powers, but their strength has fluctuated over the years.


For once, the Kryptonian doesn’t top the list. It’s incredible that someone so sweet and kind could be so powerful, but M’Gann is a powerhouse in the Teen Titans. Martians are already an extremely powerful race with their wide array from powers. Their telepathic and telekinetic powers are extremely versatile abilities and their complete control over their cells allow them to change their density at will and shapeshift. Martians have a truly incredible powerset.

Their strength is such that Martian Manhunter is said to be able to trade blows with Superman.

Now M’Gann is known for her powerful psychic abilities. She’s shown on numerous occasions that she’s one of the most powerful telepaths on the planet. She can read minds, create illusions, induce sleep in others, detect sentient life, exercise control over others, and even harm others with a powerful psychic assault.


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The Top 10 Most Powerful Members of The Teen Titans

Very few superhero groups in DC have achieved the status and attracted as many “A-List” characters as the Teen Titans. Just one quick glimpse at the roster could leave anyone in awe and disbelief as to how impressive it is.

  • Starfire
  • Beast Boy
  • Raven
  • Nightwing
  • Blue Beetle
  • Cyborg
  • Arsenal
  • Jericho
  • Hawk
  • Dove
  • Static

And more.

I’ve often found myself sitting back and wondering who is the most powerful member of the Teen Titans. I mean, with so many superheroes on the roster, which member could single-handily change the course of any battle simply with their presence. To ease my mind, tension, and the stress this thought brought me, I sat down one night and created a list of who I thought was the most powerful. If you’ll permit me a moment, I’d like to share it with you. 

Here are The Top 10 Most Powerful Members of The Teen Titans

10. Arsenal

Origin of Roy Harper- Speedy

On a scale based on sheer power, Arsenal doesn’t even come close to the others on this list. In fact, he’s as powerless as they come. So, why then is he here?


Arsenal is on this list because he’s as masterful with a bow and arrow as Elton John is with a piano. Arsenal has shown that with practice and patience, anyone is capable of great feats. For example, he’s so proficient in archery that he has shot droplets of water dripping from a faucet. 

While Arsenal doesn’t possess any inherent powers that make him powerful, his ability with a bow and arrow could be considered a power. Under this logic, he cracks this top 10…barely. 

9. Nightwing

Origin of Nightwing

Similar to Arsenal, Nightwing doesn’t possess any inherent powers. Instead, he has trained to become the best version of himself and that version cracks this top 10 most powerful members of the Teen Titans list.

Nightwing was trained by Batman. That should be enough to convince anyone of his worthiness. If, however, it isn’t, remember this. Under Batman, Nightwing became a world-class detective, one of the best fighters in DC, a phenomenal leader, and someone capable of stepping in as Batman should the need ever arise…and all that is in addition to his naturally acrobatic abilities. 

Nightwing is the leader of the Teen Titans and rightfully so. He’s the voice of reason, the guiding light when there isn’t one, the one that his fellow members look up to, and the one entrusted with making the most difficult of decisions. 

8. Wonder Girl

Donna Troy

Donna Troy, like Wonder Woman, is an Amazonian who possesses incredible speed, endurance, durability, and strength. She can fly, manipulate energy, and control the animals around her. Donna’s powers are so advanced that she is capable of standing tall against Wonder Woman…something she has done in the past. 

No different than most Amazonians, Donna Troy underwent a rigorous training program that taught her armed and unarmed combat. She possesses the ability to heal quickly, carries the Lasso of Persuasion, can perfectly mimic any voice she hears, and if she absolutely needs it, has an indestructible sword and shield at her disposal.

7. Miss Martian

Miss Martian DC Comics

When you’re the female equivalent to one of DC’s most powerful characters, you’re bound to appear on any top 10 most powerful members of the Teen Titans list.

Like Martian Manhunter, Miss Martian is immensely powerful. Miss Martian can shapeshift, turn herself invisible, can phase through objects, has superhuman strength, speed, durability, and stamina. In addition, she possesses regenerative powers, can fly, is able to use telepathy, has enhanced senses, can read and manipulate minds, create new memories, and cast illusions. Finally, Miss Martian possesses telekinesis…a power that she uses to project blasts, grip objects, choke her opponents, and create shields. 

As a result of her incredible power level and if she ever chose to, Miss Martian could cripple almost anyone in the DC Universe.

6. Blue Beetle

Blue Beetle

Blue Beetle would easily rank higher on this list if not for Jamie’s unwillingness to give up control to the Scarab. Even at a percentage of his power, Blue Beetle is a force to be reckoned with.

The Scarab that gives Jamie his power grafted itself onto his spine. Although it’s always there, it typically surfaces when it senses Jamie is in danger. When this happens, it generates and encases Jamie in a high-tech suit of armor. With the armor around him, the Scarab is able to mold itself into almost anything. Most commonly, it molds itself into swords, shields, energy cannons, and other weapons capable of mass destruction. The Scarab is also able to discharge magic-neutralizing energy from Jamie’s hands, force extra-dimensional objects to appear, it grants flight, and if the situation calls for it, transforms itself and Jamie into Infiltrator Mode. When in this mode, the suits grows taller, adds bulk, and fights without any sort of conscious input from Jamie. 

5. Superboy


When your the cloned offspring of Lex Luthor and Superman, you’re easily part of this top 10 most powerful members of the Teen Titans list. 

After Doomsday and Superman shocked the world in 1993 a void was left in all of humanity. That void was soon filled by Project Cadmus when, unbeknownst to anyone, the genetic information of Lex Luthor was combined with that of Superman. The creation, Kon-El was aged to his mid-teens and given all the biological information required by someone of that age group. Shortly thereafter, the new creation embarked on a world tour to establish his own identity.  

Superboy, through what’s known as Tactile Telekinesis, possesses most of the well-known and not so well-known Superman powers. Some of these include invulnerability, telepathy, heat vision, x-ray vision, telescopic vision, flight, freeze breath, wind breath, super strength, and super speed.

4. Starfire 

Origin of Starfire

Starfire is an alien from the planet Tamaran. She is the daughter of the Royal Family of Tamaran and as such, royalty. Although she was second in line to assume the throne, through a series of events her older sister was deemed unfit to rule. As such, Starfire was hailed as the next Queen of Tamaran. This, however, wasn’t meant to be. 

After her sister led the sworn enemy of Tamaran inside the walls, Tamaran fell and Starfire was ordered to be executed. What nobody foresaw was that the Psions were about to invade and take captive the two sisters. While in captivity, Starfire was experimented on and given a set of completely new powers.

Starfire is very powerful. She possesses superhuman strength, speed, durability, agility, reflexes, stamina, and is nearly invulnerable. She is also able to fly, is long-lived, has immunity to cold and heat, can survive in space, is able to manipulate ultraviolet energy, absorb and project energy, and emit supernova-type energy. 

3. Kid Flash

Kid Flash Wally West

I’ll be honest. I had a very tough time placing Kid Flash ahead of Starfire as I feel that neither is more powerful than the other. To make this decision, I based it on what they could do with their power and at the end of the day, I believe Kid Flash can do more with his than Starfire can do with hers.

Kid Flash is the fastest superhero in comics. As with the many other DC Speedsters, he has the ability to tap into the Speed Force and use it to do things very quickly. Where he differs from all the other Speedsters is that he doesn’t just tap into the Speed Force, he becomes one with it. After becoming one with the Speed Force he is granted super speed, can read and process material as quickly as he runs, can phase through objects, can time travel, can dimensionally travel, has heightened senses, can give and take speed away, possesses electrokinesis, is able to manipulate time, and create vortexes.

If that doesn’t convince you, understand that Kid Flash is more powerful than The Flash and actually took over for his mentor after Crisis on Infinite Earths. 

2. Tempest

Origin of Tempest

Now we’re talking power. Of all the most powerful members of the Teen Titans, only one is more powerful than Tempest…and we’ll get to her. 

But before we do…

Tempest is power defined. Aside from the fact that he possesses superhuman strength, stamina, and speed, utilizes hydrokinesis and is amphibious, he can also see long distances underwater and in the dark on land, can instantly freeze and heat almost anything, is able to astrally project, teleport, and trans dimensionally travel.

None of that, however, comes close to his abilities with Magic. Tempest has purple eyes and purple eyes mean that he can access Atlantean Magic…some of the most powerful magic in existence. 

1. Raven


It’s well documented that Raven isn’t just the most powerful character in the Teen Titans but she’s also one of the most powerful in DC. Raven inherited her power from her father, Trigon. Trigon, for reference, is one of the most powerful beings in comics. By the time he was a teenager, he had enslaved millions, destroyed planets, and asserted himself as a force to be reckoned with.

Raven is a wielder if magic. As a wielder of magic, she controls shadows that attack her enemies, can heal wounds and reduce the recovery time of said wounds. Raven houses an entire world within her and due to this is able to teleport, use telepathy and telekinesis, astrally project, manipulate the emotions of those around her, fly, see into the future, cause hallucinations, has extensive knowledge of the supernatural, and can manipulate time and space.

Raven is so powerful that she could take on the entirety of the Teen Titans at once and walk away as the victor.

And that’s it. The Top 10 Most Powerful Members Of The Teen Titans. What do you think? Who would make your powerful members of the Teen Titans list?

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6 Reasons Why Robin Is the Strongest Teen Titan

Jeremy explores many topics as he juggles his passion for writing with his career as a chemical analyst and campus manager.

Robin in Teen Titans

Among all his mutant allies, Robin's certainly not the physically strongest; Starfire and Cyborg's superhuman strength could easily best him. In fact, Robin is the only individual of his five-member team without any superhuman abilities, which you would think would render him the weakest link. But by examining several fights throughout the series, we build a compelling case for Robin's superiority.

With his tactics, speed, and gadgets, Robin outmatches any other single Titan when it comes to combat. Don't believe me? Here are six reasons why Robin is the strongest Teen Titan!

6. He Defeated Cinderblock

Episode: The Apprentice (Part 1)

Here, Robin and friends are pursuing Slade, who has threatened the city with a temporal bomb. During the chase, Robin gets separated from his companions and faces the imposing rock-monster Cinderblock (who has previously fought the entire team simultaneously) alone.

It's possible Cinderblock threw the fight on Slade's orders, but even if that's true, I'm not sure he would have won against the furious onslaughts we witness from Robin in this episode.

5. He Defeated Terra (Sort of)

Episode: Aftershock

Blond-haired Terra, a girl able to manipulate the soil beneath her, struggles to find acceptance of her latent abilities. After a misunderstanding causes her to leave the Titans, she winds up under Slade's wing, taking Robin's old position as his apprentice. Under his orders and wearing a suit that augments her strength, she separates the Titans, conquering them one by one.

Terra ultimately defeats Robin, but only because she was spared after he disarmed her in their brawl. Having been in her position himself, Robin's understanding of Terra's predicament causes him to hold back in their fight as he attempts to dissuade her of her misguided allegiance. His compassion fails to break through, but Robin managed to get a powerful foe on the ground at the end of his metal staff, and would have finished her had he focused on victory rather than persuasion.

4. He Thrashed Several Slade Bots Before His Team Could Beat One

Episode: The Apprentice (Part 1)

As mentioned earlier, in this episode, Robin and his team are investigating a lead on Slade, who has threatened to detonate a temporal bomb within the city. The five adolescents enter a warehouse, are quickly ambushed by dozens of Robot Commandos (Slade Bots), and prepare to fight back.

Robin, whose fury at Slade has been steadily rising, unleashes his anger and thrashes every last robot before his teammates can damage a single one. Robin's ruthless assault scares even his own companions, and it's astounding he wiped out an entire opposing force before his superpowered allies could beat any of them.

Robin as Slade's apprentice
Robin as Slade's apprentice

Robin as Slade's apprentice

3. He Fought His Entire Team

Episode: Apprentice (Part 2)

The second part of the Apprentice storyline features Robin being forced to work for Slade; if he disobeys, Slade will activate the deadly microprobes concealed within Robin's fellow Titans, killing them. With no choice but to help Slade's plans, Robin confronts his comrades aboard a rooftop and silently battles them. All at once! After a fairly-even battle, Robin eventually flees the encounter.

Admittedly, some of the Titans held back, hesitant to battle their friend, but the same can be said of Robin, who neglected to use the gadgets Slade provided (like a powerful thermal blaster). Regardless, matching all four at once proves just how proficient in battle Robin truly is.

2. He Won The Tournament of Heroes

Episode: Winner Take All

A mysterious and powerful alien, the Master of Games, transports several renowned warriors (Robin, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Gizmo, Aqualad, Speedy, Wildebeest, and Hot Spot) to compete in a tournament determining the ultimate hero. Robin ultimately emerges victorious, having directly conquered Hot Spot, Wildebeest, and Speedy, adding several impressive notches under his belt.

Plus, after the tournament, Robin learns that the Master of Games has been stealing the powers of vanquished heroes. Despite facing a foe with the abilities of many champions, Robin successfully conquers this fearsome opponent (after damaging him and releasing some of his trapped allies).

1. He Fought His Entire Team (Again)

Episode: Red X

Prior to the Apprentice episodes, Robin dons the guise of the thieving "Red X", hoping to win Slade's trust and discern his motives. To make the deception convincing, Robin elects not to tell his team of his plan, going so far as to battle them multiple times to prove his worth.

Despite his team's genuine attempts to defeat him, Robin wipes the floor with his allies. Although Slade still sees through the guise, these contests show just how easily Robin—equipped with the right gadgets—can conquer his entire team, even when they go all out.

As if that weren't enough, Robin is the only member of his team to hold his own against the second Red X, an unknown figure (many suspect Jason Todd) who later steals the X suit.

Future of Teen Titans

Blurring the line between cartoon and anime, children's show and young adult series, Teen Titans endeared itself to thousands of fans. Although it's parody sequel Teen Titans Go hasn't received the same positive reception, many still hope for a true sequel or ending to their beloved series.

For now, the Teen Titans movie (Trouble in Tokyo) plus appearances in the more-adult DC animated films (like Justice League vs. Teen Titans) and the Netflix live-action series will suffice. As we continue to hope for more adolescent fun, vote for your favorite Titan, and I'll see you at our next countdown!

© 2018 Jeremy Gill


Ced Yong from Asia on February 03, 2018:

Whom everybody wants to dress up as too. LOL.

Jeremy Gill (author) from Louisiana on February 03, 2018:


Agreed! Robin is often demoted to sidekick status, but here he shined as a leader. Combining the intellect and physical abilities of a Batman-trained fighter with the flaws of a teenager, he was a strong and relatable character.

Ced Yong from Asia on February 02, 2018:

I love this version of Robin. He's just so, OCD too.

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Titans: The 10 Most Powerful Members, Ranked

Many look at the Titans as a team of DC sidekicks, but they're a lot more powerful than they seem.

The Titans have been around for quite some time and have allowed the sidekicks of the world of DC comics to enjoy the spotlight for once. Although the recent live-action show we are all familiar with had its main five Titans being Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy, there are far more Titans involved that have been around longer than we think, with powers stronger than we thought!

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If you have ever wondered who was the most powerful amongst the Titans, we're here to settle that once and for all.

10 Miss Martian

Despite Miss Martian gaining popularity with her role as an important character in the Young Justice series, she was a Titan far before any of this in the comics first, and a powerful one at that. Appearing within the Teen Titans between the years of the Infinite Crisis and One Year Later storylines, Miss Martian has abilities that make her powerful enough to end up on this list. Despite being thought of as a traitor at first, Miss Martian turned out to be both a strong ally. With abilities to shapeshift and use telepathy, Miss Martian was easily an untouchable character in regards to her abilities and strength, and she has proven that time and time again.

9 Dick Grayson

It wouldn't be right to leave one of the founding members of the team off this list. The Robins, in general, are some of the strongest of the Titans, however, Dick Grayson, who started it off, is definitely one to be reckoned with. Although no Robin character, including Grayson, possess any superhuman abilities at birth, they have all been trained under some of the most recognized superheroes of all time and, in this case, having been trained by Batman is nothing shy of incredible.

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Robin in this case not only has impeccable leadership abilities, but is one of the best fighters out there with extensive knowledge on just about anything and everything from technology, gadgets, and his opponents.

8 Wally West

Being the fastest person alive undoubtedly makes you eligible to be the most powerful Titan. Although many would say that Barry Allen, the original Flash, would qualify as the "fastest", we're getting a lot more from Wally in this case. Considering Wally West, Kid Flash followed Allen's footsteps, he does stand out in ways that you might not have thought about. Being super fast is one thing, but Wally can both manipulate time and freeze it. If that wasn't cool enough, West's version of Flash is capable of turning particles into nuclear warheads due to his insane levels of acceleration, making him one of the most powerful characters within the Titans. Now if that isn't reason enough, we aren't sure what is.

7 Blue Beetle

Blue Beetle, also known as Jamie Reyes, brought a fresh and new aspect to a character we all know and love. Although the Blue Beetle most are familiar with, Ted Kord, was a member of the Justice League, it is Reyes that we're honouring in regards to his powers as a Teen Titan. Reyes is hands down one of the most powerful versions of all Blue Beetles and that's thanks to his many capabilities. Not only is he an outstanding fighter with great defensive abilities, but he can also fly, exit and enter Earth's orbit, and is fully equipped with an array of built-in tools and weaponry within his suit. These abilities are what make Reyes' version of the Blue Beetle both an integral member of the Teen Titans and one of the most powerful.

6 Aqualad / Tempest

Garth, another original found member of the Titans, is easily in the conversation for most powerful Titan. Appearing as Aqualad way back in the 1960s, his ability to control marine life and water makes him not only different from the rest of the group but a crucial member with abilities the whole team can benefit from. Although Aqualad's power is limited to water, it's good to know that Garth isn't just known for his water abilities, but for playing various other characters as well, including Tempest. When it comes to Tempest's superhuman strength and abilities to survive at incredible depths, this easily boosts Garth's evolution as a DC character.

5 Cyborg

Prior to Cyborg appearing in the Justice League film and being a member of that very team in a few of the comics, he was actually a member of the Titans. Being cybernetically-enhanced gives Cyborg an upper hand in regards to his powers and not only is he incredibly physically powerful, but his hyper-intelligence can match that.

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In addition to his physical abilities, Cyborg, being partially robotic, can fly and shoot cannons, all while having built-in medical scanners, weaponry, enhanced strength, and technopathy that easily makes him one of the strongest Titans there is.

4 Wonder Girl

Donna Troy, also known as Wonder Girl, is one of the most important members of the Teen Titans. Despite her story being quite complex and confusing at times, it's imperative to remember that she does, in fact, have powers that are parallel to those of Wonder Woman. Again, it's important to not let the word "girl" get you from thinking she can't destroy just about anything at a moment's notice. Although she may not be as powerful as Wonder Woman herself, she has superhuman strength, speed, and durability that is powerful beyond belief. Her combat skills are terrific and her ability to mimic sounds makes her that much more unique.

3 Beast Boy

With a name like Beast Boy, you can't picture someone being too much of a threat, but let's not allow the word 'boy' to throw us off too much. Beast Boy has the ability to shapeshift into any animal he wants at any time, making his powers incredibly unique and different from the rest of the characters, but one that comes in handy far more than you could ever think. Whether you need to be as small as a fruit fly or big as an elephant, these transformations can not only take your opponent by surprise but work wonders when it comes to fighting. With a tragic upbringing, Beast Boy has a lot fight within him that can be fueled from his rage, making him that much more powerful.

2 Starfire

There is no way we would make a list of the most powerful Titans without mentioning Starfire. She is one of the most popular members of the Teen Titans and one that should not be toyed with at all. Starfire has the ability to absorb insane amounts of ultraviolet energy and use that energy whenever she'd like, on whoever she'd like. This ultraviolet spectrum is not only a powerful tool but one that makes her stand out from the rest of the crew.

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Not only does the energy she absorbs allow her to disintegrate just about anything, but it also gives her some super-strength, which is why she lands easily near the top of this list.

1 Raven

It is without a doubt that Raven qualifies as the most powerful Titan there is to date. The half-human daughter to the incredibly powerful demon, Lord Trigon, is one character that definitely can hold her own. Raven has a plethora of mystical and magical abilities that although are at times uncontrollable, can destroy anything and anyone in her way.

Her abilities to teleport, heal, move objects with her mind, and manipulate energy, easily makes Raven one of the most gifted and powerful Titans there are.

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When the Teen Titans first appeared in DC Comics, it was a book that allowed the sidekicks of the company's strongest heroes to come into their own. The series featured young teenage heroes that mostly lived in the shadows of their mentors, and they finally had a chance to show they could beat bad guys without just backing up superior heroes.

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That has changed over the years, with the Teen Titans becoming a powerhouse team all on their own. When the New Teen Titans debuted, it was mostly fresh characters that were not former sidekicks, and this meant the power level of the team went up drastically. Today, some of the Teen Titans members are even stronger than several Justice League members.

10 Terra

Tara Markov will forever be known as the Teen Titans member that betrayed the team, broke Beast Boy's heart, and almost destroyed the entire squad. She was a member taken in who was working for Deathstroke the entire time and this played out in The Judas Effect.

What makes her so impressive is that she not only won over the Titans' hearts in the start, but she was a powerful member of the team. She has geokinesis, which means she can control the earth and use psychokinetic control to use masses of earth and rocks as weapons. It isn't up to the level of other members but puts her on a level above the team's more human fighters.

9 Miss Martian

Miss Martian is Martian Manhunter's niece, and she shares similar powers to him. Martian Manhunter is one of the Justice League's most powerful members, even rivaling Superman for pure power, but his niece is a step below that level.

Like her uncle, Miss Martian can shapeshift and turn invisible, which are nice powers to have. However, for her pure power levels, while fighting, she mostly relies on her superhuman strength and her telepathy, which she can use to both control and throw off her opponents.

8 Aqualad

There have been different versions of Aqualad in DC Comics. The first was Garth, the sidekick for Aquaman. While Aquaman was one of the most powerful heroes on the planet, especially when underwater, Garth was always a step below, while still more powerful than most of the original Teen Titans.

The second was Jackson Hyde. He was a regular kid who ended up with his powers because his mother was an Atlantean.  He can control water, which gives him a similar power to Mera, and he can shoot powerful Electro-Blasts, which can take out several enemies at once.

7 Kid Flash

The Flash is one of Earth's most powerful heroes. He can move so fast that he can reverse time, alter time, and even beat someone before they even know he is there. It was Flash who saved the entire multiverse in Crisis on Infinite Earths, something Superman couldn't even do.

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Kid Flash in the Teen Titans is not as fast as Barry Allen. There have been several people in the role, with Wally West the most powerful. Even if not up to the level of Barry, the superhuman speed and ability to alter time makes them a powerful hero that is invaluable to the team and makes him more powerful than most teammates.

6 Blue Beetle

The Blue Beetle in the Teen Titans is not the same one that was in the Justice League. This is Jaime Reyes, a young man who gained the powers when he found the alien scarab that attached itself to him. Much like the original Blue Beetle, this made him extremely powerful.

With the scarab, he can turn his armor into any kind of weapon, from a plasma cannon to melee weapons. He can also develop wings and fly and with the power of the alien, he can beat almost anyone. While he lacks full control of the scarab, he is still more powerful than almost any other Teen Titan who wasn't born with their powers.

5 Wonder Girl

The original Wonder Girl was Donna Troy, one of the original members of the Teen Titans and a young member of the Amazonian warriors. The later version was Cassie Sandsmark, and she might be one of the most powerful Amazonian warriors.

Cassie is Zeus' granddaughter, which makes her Wonder Woman's niece and someone with immense power. With the godlike powers as a descendant of Zeus, she even had her powers upgraded by Ares when she became his champion on Earth, making her close to, but not equal to Wonder Woman.

4 Starfire

Starfire is an alien who fled to Earth when her evil sister overtook the throne of her home planet. She already had superpowers, to begin with, but before she escaped her home planet, she received new powers through torturous experimentation.

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Starfire has superhuman strength, speed, and durability and is nearly invulnerable. She can also shoot energy blasts called Starbolts that can reach almost supernova levels. Her alien physiology puts her above most other members of the Teen Titans.

3 Superboy

The Superboy that was in the Teen Titans was Conor Kent, the clone created and introduced after the Death of Superman storyline. Because N.O.W.H.E.R.E. created Superboy from Superman and Lex Luthor's DNA, he is an incredibly powerful warrior.

Superboy was part of Young Justice first and then joined the Teen Titans when the former team broke up. Superboy has the same powers as DC's most powerful hero Superman but on a smaller scale. While not as strong as Superman, he eclipses all other Teen Titans members in strength but falls behind two in power levels.

2 Cyborg

Cyborg has become stronger since the New 52 than he was in the pre-Flashpoint era, and he was very powerful back then as well. Vic Stone can take control of any computer system on Earth and do anything he wants with it. Only his moral compass limits his use of this power.

He is also a walking computer, so he can learn anything he needs instantaneously to solve any problem and beat any enemy. Added to Cyborg's computer powers, he also can create any weapon to use out of his body and can draw power from the entire multiverse. No human or alien on the Teen Titans is more powerful than Cyborg.

1 Raven

Raven is proof that you don't have to be strong to be one of Earth's most powerful heroes. Raven's father is the all-powerful demon Trigon, but she maintains a moral compass thanks to her human mother and the family Raven found with the Teen Titans.

Raven, a half-demon, has a strong control of dark magic. While she has to fight to maintain control over her emotions, she can do just about anything with the Darkness in battle. Trigon has admitted that Raven only uses a small part of her demonic powers and if she cut loose, she could have infinite magical power. No one on the Teen Titans comes close to her true powers.

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Shawn S. Lealos is a senior writer on ScreenRant who fell in love with movies in 1989 after going to the theater to see Tim Burton's Batman as his first big screen experience.

Shawn received his Bachelor's degree in Journalism from the University of Oklahoma with a minor in Film Studies. He has worked as a journalist for over 25 years, first in the world of print journalism before moving to online media as the world changed. Shawn is a former member of the Society of Professional Journalists and current member of the Oklahoma Film Critics Circle. He has work published in newspapers such as Daily Oklahoman and Oklahoma Gazette and magazines such as Vox Magazine, Loud Magazine, and Inside Sports Magazine. His work on the Internet has been featured on websites like The Huffington Post, Yahoo Movies, Chud, Renegade Cinema, 411mania, and Sporting News.

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