A team of five teenaged superheroes save the world from many villains around their city while experiencing things normal teens face today.
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In a major city, Robin the Boy Wonder leads his own team of superheroes, The Teen Titans. With his teammates, the dark Raven, the powerful Cyborg, the flighty alien princess Starfire and the flippant Beast Boy; the team battles the forces of evil where ever they appear like the enigmatic Slade, the diabolical Brother Blood or the malevolently cosmic Trigon. Written by Kenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

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Marv Wolfman, who wrote for the comic series, wrote two episodes, one of which was "Deep Six", the episode which involves Aqualad, the other, "Titans East", for the third season. See more »

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Cyborg: Fuzzy dice? Now that's just tacky!
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The title credits are sung bi-lingualy, some episodes being in Puffy's native Japanese, others being in English. See more »

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The best US cartoon
20 April 2005 | by (Estonia) – See all my reviews

The title pretty much sums up my opinion, really... I've never cared much of American cartoons. Being a hopeless anime fan, everything coming from other countries from Japan usually seems too flat and boring for me. But the Teen Titans -are- different. Yes, they did use a lot of typical anime effects in that cartoon (huge surprised eyes, sweat drops etc etc) but that's what makes the show so great, adding it some depth and detail.

And the characters. Each of them is a unique personality. Always having these typical everyday quarrels, they still manage to work as a team when it comes to saving the world and that happens a lot.

Robin: probably even my least favorite character. Always with the "Titans, trouble!", being the boss and having the identity crisis about him being a bit like Slade. But hey, someone has to lead that bunch, otherwise there'd be too much video games and a lot less saving the world.

Starfire: the naive, funny, yet very powerful one. She may seem like an airhead but actually she just doesn't mix well with Earth's customs.

Cyborg: all superhero teams must have someone who takes care of all the electronic gadgets. Heck, Cy -is- an electronic gadget...

Raven: actually the most powerful of the Titans. All episodes that have focused on her clearly show that she could easily destroy the whole world if she wanted to. Could Robin do that? Or Cyborg or Beastboy? Don't think so. But being able to control her powers and despite being so much different than the rest, still fitting in and fighting by their side, she's definitely my favorite character.

Beastboy: kinda misunderstood, but the show would be a lot more boring without him. Honestly, he's the main joker in the gang (and Raven with her constant sarcasm is up next).

In short: thumbs up. 10/10


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