Finally, as the Brotherhood of Evil executed its final strike against the Titans around the world, Control Freak was sent to capture Honorary Titan Killowat. This weapon is used by Control Freak throughout " Episode " and during his time as a member of the Brotherhood of Evil. In that episode he also gains knowledge of a martial art named Astrojitsu from Master Hacketdash, though it remains unknown how much Control Freak has maintained his training in that technique afterward. Control Freak first appeared as he intended to punish an innocent video store clerk for not having one of his favorite movies, "Warp Trek V", on their rentals list. As a television buff Control Freak has extensive knowledge about various shows and expert usage of various powers and weapons they're in. Control Freak! His first action was, of course, seeking revenge on the Teen Titans by devising a set of weapons specifically designed to defeat the "real Titans", but upon his arrival in Titans Towerhe encountered the Titans East instead.
Finally, as the Brotherhood of Evil executed its final strike against the Titans around the world, Control Freak was sent to capture Honorary Titan Killowat.
While inside, the world within the television is a real alternate world, where Control Freak is in full control. Control Freak is an overweight geek who specializes in computers, electronics, and other technologies. He also seems to admire the Titans a little as seen in " For Real " when Aqualad states that he seems like a fanboy due to his description of the Titans, which was detailed and did seem like a fanboy description. Control Freak has a remote control that he can use to send himself and others into the television world. Upon finding out that he is not on the Titans' list of notorious villains in " for real ," he angrily exclaims that he is a recurring villain and therefore should be on the list. However, he rarely used his great intellect, trying instead to build up his persona of a famous super-villain. Control Freak, the Titans' self-proclaimed "arch-nemesis", is an overweight and unshaven geek who is notorious for using his super remote control to warp reality to suit his movie-inspired images.