Teen Titans Go! (2013– )
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When Mojo Jojo shows up in Jump City, it's up to the Powerpuff Girls and the Teen Titans to take him down.

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Emily Brundige, Arnold Drake (character created by: Beast Boy) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Greg Cipes ... Beast Boy (voice)
Roger Jackson ... Mojo Jojo (voice)
Tom Kenny ... Narrator (voice)
Amanda Leighton ... Blossom (voice)
Kristen Li ... Bubbles (voice)
Scott Menville ... Robin (voice)
Natalie Palamides ... Buttercup (voice)
Khary Payton ... Cyborg (voice)
Tara Strong ... Raven (voice)
Hynden Walch ... Starfire (voice)
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The Powerpuff Girls follow Mojo Jojo to the Teen Titans' home in Jump City, where he plans to take over the world with an army of monkeys. Beast Boy and Cyborg think Mojo is "pretty cool for a talking monkey", and the girls compete against Robin, Starfire, and Raven to see which is the best superhero team.

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TV-Y7
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Release Date:

30 June 2016 (USA) See more »

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Tara Strong, the voice of Raven in Teen Titans Go!, also was the original voice of Bubbles from The Powerpuff Girls (1998-2005) See more »

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Narrator: And so, the Titans and the Powerpuff...
Robin: Hey! It's you again.
Narrator: Robin, as the only one who could hear him addressed the narrator.
Robin: A narrator! I've always wanted a narrator. Say what I'm doing right now.
Narrator: And so, with his grim determination in his eye, Robin dramatically exits the room as the others looke on with concern for his well-being
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References The Powerpuff Girls (2016) See more »

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Teen Titans Theme
(uncredited)
Written by Andy Sturmer
Performed by Puffy AmiYumi
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Absolutely Terrible.
30 June 2016 | by ironnoc5See all my reviews

Did they REALLY make a crossover of two of the most despised shows CN has ever made? PPG2016 was only 2 months old by the time this came out, how was this s*** made already?

First off, the episode takes on the style of a TTG episode, and while TTG's art style is unappealing, at least they didn't go with PPG2016's art style, because then it would be a hell of a lot more awful.

Second, the comedy is exactly what you would expect from a TTG or PPG2016 episode. In fact, right off the bat, the introduction to TTG's world is Beast Boy farting the alphabet. So that's already a bad sign. They also go off of Robin being a nutcase by having him be the only person who can hear the narrator, for some reason.

And despite the episode being called "TTG v PPG," no actual fight goes on between them. The closest thing there is to a fight is a dispute on which superhero team is better, then they immediately team up to stop Mojo Jojo and his army of monkeys. Also, Beast Boy and Cyborg went with Mojo because he's a monkey or something.

Also, I almost forgot to mention: There is no legitimate reasoning as to why they're crossing worlds, other than MoJo creates a device that takes everyone to TTG's world, and what really annoys me is that Blossom straight out says they've been transported into another universe. The fun of previous CN crossovers was that they didn't need to cross through dimensions or whatever to crossover. Instead, they were already available in the same universe, which could give young viewers the wonder of how two worlds could already exist in the same universe.

The worst thing about this? The fact that they already had Tara Strong recording for Raven, yet they didn't have her voice Bubbles.


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