I think that dubbing this article a stub is unjustified, since the White Monster appeared in only one episode and therefore information about its background is scant to non-existent.Daniel46 06:10, May 7, 2010 (UTC)
I have an idea. Considering how we don't know who this character is, can we make up a name for him until we find out what the name for him is. I say we call him Blender, which references its power to "blend" with the materials it touched.
"...there is a possibility that the White Monster may have finally been the adversary to successfully vanquish and defeat the Teen Titans once and for all."
Yes, because Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo (the movie set AFTER the events of the series) simply doesn't exist. This ought to be changed O_o
Besides, the Teen Titans encompasses the entirety of that generations super heroes. Unless the White Monster went global and killed everyone, this is false anyways. 188.8.131.52
The White Monster was never shown to be defeated, and Derrick Wyatt said that in Season 6 (though this season was never created) the creature would have been fighting the Teen Titans on top of towers. However, even if the Titans finally defeated, or rather overpowered it, with Beast Boy's help, the monster would eventually regain its strength and when in prison, it would have its body adapt to the properties of its cell and even merge with the cell and go through it to freedom, just like it went through the walls of certain areas. So how, even if they knock it out for a little while, would they keep the monster from continually coming back without actually killing it, which they never do (since this is a cartoon)?Mistystar31 (talk) 02:58, April 7, 2015 (UTC)