Mad Mod is a recurring villain and an enemy of the Teen Titans who has no superhuman powers, but remains a formidable enemy through setting up entire worlds of dangerous false realities for the Titans to survive. He does so through technology and the worlds he sets up purposely mocks known physics, history and human principles, while also making references to 1960's British Mod culture, hence his name.
He was a fashion villain in the original DC comic books the animated cartoon was based on, as he used fashion in order to steal goods for himself. While this was different from his character in the animated cartoon, the Teen Titans Go comic issue Naked City references his DC comic book character when he tries to use fashion to hypnotize the citizens.
Mad Mod's first appearance was in the episode "Mad Mod".
Mad Mod has no superpowers of his own, but he is a master of technological trickery and employs robots and holographic projectors, which he controls with a ruby-handled cane. In one circumstance, he was able to use such a cane to drain the youth from someone (Robin), making them old and himself young again. He also habitually employs optically induced hypnosis to make his victims submit to his will. Through his hypnosis and holograms, it looked as if he could control both matter and the laws of physics.
In August 7, 2017 Teen Titans Has returned on Cartoon Network; with the successful ratings of Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, Cartoon Network has decided to rerun Teen Titans since its last rerun in 2012. We hope it will bring new fans for the show as well as making it possible to greenlit Teen Titans for a season 6, but will have to wait and see if that happens. Thanks for reading!
Teen Titans Go! TV Series
Due to a recent glut of edits to the contrary, I'm going to go ahead and post here that the Teen Titans Wiki is only for content relating to the original 2003 animated series, its comic book spinoff, and the related games. We will not be recording the data for this new series, as it is not in continuity with the original series. There is already a Teen Titans Go! Wiki for content pertaining to the new TV series. Please add such information there.
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Young Justice TV Series
Cartoon Network's Young Justice is an animated TV series based on the popular DC comic Young Justice, and is similar to Teen Titans, due to its relatable storyline of a group of younger superheroes. Feel free to add to their wiki page, but do not post Young Justice information here, please.
Teen Titans Intro
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