Slade explains that he had been using cloaking technology before attacking Robin. Slade explains that Robin's friends are unable to see him, unable to see the generators, and unable to stop him.
The Titans set out to stop Slade, who has mysteriously returned. The main problem: Robin is the only one who can see him. The Titans set out to stop Slade, who has mysteriously returned. The main problem: Robin is the only one who can see him.
Being apparently dead, Slade was absent for most of the third season. He appeared in a flashback in the episode "X" which Robin narrates about how he created Red X. He did appear in the Season 3 episode "Haunted". But, he is a figment of Robin's imagination, due to a dust released from his mask onto Robin.
Robin ends up fighting him throughout the episode and getting physically abused in the process. He's so obsessed with it that the other Titans strap him down to keep him from seeking Slade out again. Robin's mental torment exhibits signs of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Cyborg reveals that Slade's mask contained a hallucinogenic chemical reagent that, when he breathed it in, entered Robin's bloodstream and infiltrated his central nervous system, which caused him to hallucinate Slade, even though he was not actually there.
But readers would be surprised to learn that there's one Robin he does respect. In Teen Titans Annual #2, Deathstroke reveals that his favorite Robin is none other than Damian Wayne.
Discovering her husband's true line of work and his endangerment of their son, Adeline tries to kill Slade but only manages to shoot his right eye, forcing him to wear an eye patch.
Unfortunately, later stories have expounded on the relationship between Slade and Terra, emphasizing the sexual aspect of their relationship. Flashbacks to the era of "The Judas Contract" would often show them in bed together.
The show's producer David Slack indicated that he was given different reasons for the show's cancellation; either the ratings dropped after the "scary" season 4, or Mattel wanted the show dead because Bandai had the show's toy deal. Cartoon Network announced that Mattel had become its "master toy licensee" in 2006.
It was thought that the first time Slade encountered Robin was alongside the Teen Titans and that the basis for animosity towards the crime fighter came from that team. Originally, Slade's son, Grant Wilson, took a contract on the Titans but died before he could fulfill it.
But Slade tells Robin that this is not about the other Titans; it's all about him. He then announces his final and most shocking plan: he has been in search of an apprentice; someone to follow in his footsteps and carry on his legacy, and has chosen Robin to be that person.
Surprisingly though, Rose didn't receive this gift just from being her father's daughter. In her early days of training, Slade injected her with the serum that made him such an effective killer. However, he did it without her knowledge or permission, further adding to their already complicated relationship.
Decelerated Aging: Deathstroke does not age beyond his prime, allowing him to retain his physical prowess, health, vitality, and youthful appearance indefinitely. This ultimately makes him immune to natural death. Nigh-Immortality: Deathstroke's regenerative capabilities make him virtually immortal.
Slade forced Robin to join him, with the threat that if he did not, Slade would use nanobots he planted in the Titans to destroy them from the inside out, therefore killing them. Robin eventually defeated Slade with his friends' help.
Slade is also the estranged husband of Adeline Wilson, and the father of Joe Wilson and Grant Wilson. He was a close friend of Shado before her death and was secretly in love with her despite her affections for Oliver.
Despite this revelation, Slade still refused to maintain a close relationship with his daughter, thinking it would keep her “safer” to stay away. Instead, he sent her to train and fight against some of his own most bitter rivals, like Nightwing, to hone her skills as a martial artist…
Against Slade's wishes, Oliver chose Sara, allowing Ivo to execute Shado, a decision that caused Slade so much grief that he swore vengeance on the man who was once his ally.
Her origin is altered so that she is now the daughter of Slade Wilson and his wife Adeline Kane, removing her Asian heritage in the process. After last seen by the side of her father Deathstroke, following the events that happened in The Ravagers, she reappears 20 years in the future.
Rose Wilson (born February 14, 2002) was a main character in the Titans TV series. She is a former and inactive member of the Titans, also she is the daughter of Slade Wilson and the half-sister of Jericho. With her father's training, Rose became a skilled assassin.
Joseph "Jericho" Wilson, (born c. 1990-1993) is the son of Slade Wilson and Adeline, and the brother of Rose Wilson.
Batman has trained many young heroes as Robin, and while they have all been impressive on their own, DC just confirmed that one stands above the others in terms of power: Damian Wayne is the most powerful Robin.
Resurrection: Deathstroke is unable to survive a lethal injury to the brain, however it is possible for his healing ability to go into overdrive after he has died, if his immune system is triggered by an infection. This allowed Slade to come back to life after being shot in the head.