Teen Titans Go! Many DC characters make cameo appearances and are referenced in the background. The original principal voice cast returns to reprise their respective roles. Cyborg starts speaking in the voice of his grandmother, which the Titans think is funny, but it proves to be more annoying as the days go by. Raven tries to stop Robin from performing "terrible" magic tricks, because of being summoned by the magic god. In Part One, the Titans visit the Hall of Justice to use the pool, but then decided to check out the inside.
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There are plenty of great superhero cartoons, but for kids growing up in the early to mids, Teen Titans was the best one around. Based on the early s New Teen Titans comics by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, the show followed a group of teenage superheroes--Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven and Starfire--as they fought supervillains while getting into regular teenage shenanigans. Teen Titans differentiated itself from other superhero shows like Justice League and X-Men , which focused largely on adult superhero teams in action scenes and reenacting dramatic storylines from comics. While Teen Titans also had plenty of action, they blended it with plenty of humor and combined that with an anime-inspired art style that led to plenty of hilarious sight gags. Teen Titans also featured plenty of dramatic storylines, including Terra's betrayal of the Titans and Raven's apocalyptic birthday, many of which were lifted straight from the comics. Of course, this being a kid's show, much of the violence and mature themes from the comics had to be toned down or removed. They couldn't even call Slade by his supervillain name--Deathstroke--as the name was considered too scary for kids.
In another season of missions and mischief, the teen superheroes make a movie, tell tall tales and venture into space — with varying degrees of success. Starfire becomes best friends with an ice cream scoop. Beast Boy learns to be a good father figure for his chicken. Fed up with exposition in movies, the Titans go into a movie to add exciting action — then set out to make their own big budget film.
Teen Titans Go! It has toys. It has chart-making music.