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  • Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo is a direct-to-video follow-up to the Teen Titans (2003) animated series. It premiered at the San Diego Comic-Con on July 22, 2006. It first aired on US television on Cartoon Network on September 15, 2006. Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo was finally released on DVD on February 6, 2007. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Yes. Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo was released on DVD in the U.S. on February 6th, 2007. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • "The Lost Episode" half-length special produced for a Post Cereals on-line promotion, and a "Robin's Underworld Race Challenge" game. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Street Date: February 6, 2007; Languages: English, Spanish, French; Audio: Dolby Surround Stereo; Color / Closed Captioned; Rating: NR; Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo; Price: $19.98 SRP / No MAP; DVD Catalog: #74621 Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy are back to save the world in their very first film, Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo. When a high-tech ninja attacks Titans Tower, the Teen Titans spring into action. Robin finds out that the ninja was sent by a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, and the Teen Titans travel to Tokyo to track the villain down. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • This movie takes place between the fourth and fifth seasons of the animated series. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Yes! All of the principle voice actors for the Titans return: Greg Cipes as Beast Boy; Scott Menville as Robin (and Japanese Boy); Khary Payton as Cyborg; Tara Strong as Raven (and Computer Voice); and Hynden Walch as Starfire and(Mecha-Boi).

    Other voice actors performing in this include: Robert Ito (Mayor, Bookseller); Janice Kawaye (Nya-Nya, Timoko); Yuri Lowenthal (Scarface/Japanese Biker); Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa (Brushogun); and Keone Young (Commander Uehara Daizo, Saico-Tek, Sushi Shop Owner). Edit (Coming Soon)

  • No. Slade does not appear in this story. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • No. Red X does not appear in this movie (unless you're counting Robin as the original Red X). Edit (Coming Soon)

  • No, Terra does not appear in Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Yes, he does. For a while, Robin wanders through Tokyo disguised in street clothes. However, his eyes are obscured by a pair of shades the whole time. Edit (Coming Soon)

  • TEEN TITANS THEME (English Karaoke Version)

    Teen Titans Theme by Andy Sturmer

    I will obey the traffic rules--Teen Titans!/ I will eat everything--Teen Titans!/ Earthquakes, Lightning, Fire...Dad/ Grammer, Math, Science, Social Studies/ There is nothing I am afraid of--Teen Titans, go!

    Holler my name--Teen Titans!/ Half your troubles will be gone--Teen Titans!/ Papa, schedule control/ Mama's waiting for sure/ Wishes are endless ("ended" in the subtitles)--Teen Titans, go!

    One, two, three, four, five--Teen Titans!

    "Goodnight, Tokyo!" Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Man 1: Ee. Sumimasen. Eigo ga wakaranain desu, tasukete wo rigari naru na. ["Hm? I'm sorry. I don't speak English, so I can't help you."]

    Starfire: Sumimasen kedo, Shinjuku wa docchi no hoko desu ka. ["Excuse me, but which direction is Shinjuku?"]

    Boy: (pointing over shoulder) Acchi da yo. ["That way."]

    Starfire: (bowing) Domo arigato. ["Thank you very much."]

    Boy: (sighing; hearts float up) Daisuki. ["I love you."]

    Man 2: (pointing into sky) Nigeru. Taihen da. Kaibutsu ga densen o kitteru zo. ["Run! It's huge! A monster is attacking the power lines!"]

    Timoko: Otaku? ["Geek?"]

    Nya-Nya: Kawaii dobutsu o shitsukeru no daisuki na no ureshii wa. Anata o ijimeru no ga tanoshimi. ["I love to discipline cute animals. I look forward to tormenting you."]

    Nya-Nya: Me o tojite...itai wa yo. ["Close your eyes...this will hurt."]

    (Thanks to Alan Back and TitansGo.net!) Edit (Coming Soon)

Spoilers

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  • "He's just Robin. We never say which Robin he is. To be honest we've never even discussed it. Again, that's for clarity for the kids. We're not doing alter egos. They walk around town in their suits. They go to movies dressed as super heroes. Everyone sees them as super heroes. The go to a party as super heroes. They're super heroes full time." - Sam Register, Cartoon Network senior vice president of original animation.

    (Note: After the series ended, issue #47 of the spin-off comic Teen Titans Go! (November 2007) revealed that Robin is, in fact, Dick Grayson, whose parents plunged to their deaths as "the Flying Graysons.") Edit (Coming Soon)

  • "In my mind, it's Dick Grayson just because that's what I grew up reading in the comic. But I think continuity-wise it might not make sense to people because if it's Dick Grayson then it's Like, 'Oh, well, when does this take place in the Batman animated series?'" - Glen Murakami, producer of the Teen Titans animated series and Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo.

    According to a later episode, an alternate universe's Robin arrives, he gives his name as Nosyarg Kcid--Dick Grayson backwards. That strongly suggests that Dick Grayson is Robin.

    (Note: After the series' cancellation, issue #47 of the spin-off comic Teen Titans Go! (November 2007) revealed that Robin is, in fact, Dick Grayson, who's parents plunged to their deaths as "the Flying Graysons.") Edit (Coming Soon)

  • Yes, after several false starts, Robin & Starfire kiss at the end of the movie's climactic scene. Edit (Coming Soon)

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