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Teen Titans 

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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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5   4   3   2   1   Unknown  
2006   2005   2004   2003  
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Series cast summary:
Hynden Walch ...  Starfire / ... 64 episodes, 2003-2006
Greg Cipes ...  Beast Boy / ... 63 episodes, 2003-2006
Scott Menville ...  Robin / ... 63 episodes, 2003-2006
Khary Payton ...  Cyborg / ... 63 episodes, 2003-2006
Tara Strong ...  Raven / ... 63 episodes, 2003-2006
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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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The fifth season at one point was going to be 20 episodes. Slade and the Brotherhood were going to team up at one point and the Chief (the leader of the Doom Patrol) and Robotman were going to appear for another story. Also Thunder and Lightning and Red Star were supposed to make another appearance There was a lot of stuff planned, but there wasn't much time to go forward with those plans. See more »

Quotes

Cyborg: Is there any meat in that tofu?
Beast Boy: No, there's no meat in the tofu, it's TOFU.
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Crazy Credits

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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Just enjoy and quit nitpicking
16 August 2004 | by DarkFireDragonSee all my reviews

I know the animation style the producers use for Teen Titans doesn't appeal to everyone. Some see it as a rip-off, and some just don't like it, period. Sure, Teen Titans can be goofy at times, but it has its cute moments, its romantic moments (between Robin and Starfire, as they are my favorite pair), and its dark moments (the dynamics of Robin and Slade's interaction). One of my favorite episodes in the first season is "Masks," as it shows that Robin will do almost anything to beat Slade, regardless of whatever risks he has to take, whatever laws he has to break, and whichever friends he has to beat up (as Red X). Another favorite is "Apprentice," parts 1 and 2. Part 1 showed a Robin who was coming apart at the seams, losing control of himself in his desperation to beat Slade. Part 2 showed just how far the other Titans would go for Robin's sake.

Those were the dark episodes of season 1. The cute episode, as I see it, was "Sisters." Yes, Blackfire was an evil witch, but other than what she tried to do to Starfire, the episode was cute, especially when Starfire thought Blackfire and Robin were kissing and when Robin told her at the end, "No one can ever take your place." The funny episode was "Mad Mod," in which the title character takes the Titans hostage in his school and tortures them. (Not really, it's a kids' show so they won't allow torture.)

As for season 2, the premiere episode ("How Long Is Forever?") was semi-dark. It started out cute when Starfire was excited over the Tamaranian festival of friendship, but got kinda sad when the others seemed to prefer childish bickering to celebrating with her. It got really sad when Starfire ended up 20 years into the future following Warp and saw what had happened to the Titans in her absence. Despite the fact that Nightwing (future version of Robin) had done very well for himself in Star's absence, one could tell that he had suffered most. (I mean, he does love her, even if he won't admit it.)

The episode that was cute, funny, and romantic all at once was the Valentine's Day episode "Date With Destiny." Kitten's spoiled-brat attitude was very funny, as was Starfire's jealousy when Killer Moth blackmailed Robin into taking Kitten (his daughter) to her junior prom. The jealousy was cute, too, by the way. The romantic scenes were Starfire showing up to the prom in a dress and giving Robin a corsage and Robin and Starfire being announced as Prom King and Queen. (Now if only the episode had shown them dancing together.)

Overall, this is a bloody good show. It has its flaws, it's not quite like the comics, but no comic-based animated series is ever a complete mirror of its printed counterpart. Just sit back, enjoy, and quit nitpicking.


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Official Sites:

Cartoon Network

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USA

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Release Date:

19 July 2003 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Chicago Illinois, USA

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