New Teen Titans #28-31
The final throw-down with Brother Blood-- stretched out over 4 issues of the Titans getting a repeated tusky-kicking in front of the worldwide TV cameras. Robotman helps them out, for no real reason. Using smoke n' mirrors (and mostly technology), Blood appears to be reborn for everybody to see. For once, the villain's plans actually kinda' succeeds, as he's on the brink of a world takeover.
Of course, it all ends when Raven finally snaps back to "normal" and defeats Blood. Blood and his Church are exposed and the Titans are exonerated. Newschick Bethany Snow, who had been bad-mouthing the Titans; since circa issue 18 of their original title; is also revealed as a cult member and a fraud. Blood had been sweet on Raven, but jealousy from Blood's former bed-buddy, Mother Mayhem, also did him in. Raven's costume is now skimpier and super-leggy, by the way. She'd been kinda' creepy, before, but now she's actually kinda' hot.
Cameos from Superman, Batman, Booster Gold, Skyman, Dr. Mid-nite (the short-lived female version), plus Green Lanterns John Stewart and Katma Tui, as they all quell Blood's mobs. Robin (Jason Todd) actually proves helpful, as he's the one who saves Raven's mother, which eventually turns the tide. He officially leaves at the end, though.
Bunch of resolution as the Titans are finally reunited. Azrael takes Brother Blood to a sheep farm in Virgina, where he supposedly lives out the rest of his days. Azrael's pretty much gone, too (finally).
Frances Kane reluctantly helps the heroes and leaves with Flash as a lead-in to his new solo title (Flash #1 from 1987). I don't think she lasted too long in that title, though, as I remember Wally having a buncha' girlfriends. Wally's "romance" with Raven is officially dead and buried, as well.
New Teen Titans #32
Once again, Terry Long leads the team on a vacation, this time to upstate New York. They encounter an absolutely boring "murder mystery", but this is just to show the team back together. Wonder Girl remains as leader, as Nightwing's still "figuring some things out". Starfire doesn't give a darn that she's officially married, but Nightwing does.
Changeling is missing, as he's off looking for the Hybrid (and, oh by the way, Aqualad).
Letters over the past several issues have been decidedly negative. A good chunk constantly mention the absence of George Perez and that the title has declined, ever since. Eduardo Barretto has been doing the art for the past 20 issues or so. He's about "average", but begins to loosen up and do his own thing towards the end of the Brother Blood story.