"The Man" is alluded to early in the episode of "Beast Man" by Raven, who claims a person by the name will have adults working in a boring job employed by him. It was suggested that sometime when Beast Boy went out alone late at night that The Man got to him. The Man is introduced formally near the end of the episode, where Robin, Raven, Cyborg, and Starfire follow Beast Man who has changed personality, to a large office building where they find the Man controlling all of the employers there by mind control. The Titans form a plan to try and get Beast Man fired, by tampering with his work being sent to the Man. They put a drawing making fun of The Man in Beast Man's pile which is sucked up, which the Man finds and is disgusted. He comes up to Beast Man saying his work is unacceptable and says he will have to be fired literally with flames.
Before that can happen, The Titans makes their appearance known and a fight ensues between them, with The Man manifesting a tank of water, and a file cabinet into robots combating the Titans. Due to the maturity of the Man, Starfire questions how they can beat him, only for Robin to come up with the plan of "doing what teens do best", which involves being annoying to The Man such as turning up Robin's music too loud so he can't hear what The Man is saying, Cyborg and Starfire talking between each other in teen talk while texting on their phones, and Raven simply reading a teen magazine. She ends up throwing the magazine into The Man's sensors and it overrides as an error, causing The Man to malfunction and blow up, and free all the adults.
He is shown to be a computer screen with a light blue background. He has thick, black eyebrows and a pointy nose. He also wears dark blue glasses.
- Beast Man (debut; only appearance)
The Man is manipulative, all business, and can be considered a perfectionist. He has no regard for his employees, as if they make a simple error, he will fire them with actual flames as punishment instead of simply dismissing them. He has no patience for teens, either, as they annoy him greatly. He is often seen smirking or yelling.
- He is similar to Big Brother in the novel 1984.