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The new era of the Teen Titans begins here with Damian celebrating his 13th birthday by celebrating his individual victories over Beast Boy, Starfire, Raven, and Kid Flash (all of whom he’s keeping locked up in the Batcave). Gloating over his prisoners, Damian’s plan to forge the group into a new team is revealed when the young heroes begin to work together to free themselves.

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TEEN TITANS THEME SONG ACAPELLA! (Ft. Mari Takahashi)

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The first of five consecutive episodes all taking place with the Teen Titans stranded on a deserted island, “Coconut Cream Pie” plays like a cheap knock-off of Gilligan’s Island (complete with a generic millionaire and his wife thrown in to complete the crew of the S.S. Minnow). Of the five island episodes, this is one of the weakest forcing each member of the Titans into roles that don’t necessarily quite fit them, and beating a running gag to death involving Raven (Tara Strong) and coconut cream pies that never pays off.

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Clad in a new costume, Titans #1 continues to focus on the return of Wally West. Working with his old teammates once again, Lilith attempts to see into Wally’s mind and find some trace of the person responsible for removing him from reality.

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If there was every any idea that the heroes of Teen Titans Go! are anything more than the equivalent of the characters from It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia in bright costumes “TTG v PPG” dispels it. To avoid getting taken down by the Powerpuff Girls, Mojo Jojo (Roger L. Jackson) jumps dimensions to a world where the heroes care less about saving the day. The world he chooses? Of course, it’s the world of Teen Titans Go!

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justice-league-vs-teen-titans-blu-rayThe latest home video release further exploring the characters and world introduced in Son of Batman sends the uncompromising Damian Wayne (Stuart Allan) to the Teen Titans in hopes that Robin may be able to learn teamwork and trust. Borrowing a little from Damien’s time with the Teen Titans prior to the New 52 reboot, writers Bryan Q. Miller and Alan Burnett choose to give their spin on a more classic Trigon (Jon Bernthal) story. As with the previous movies, the story lacks the Robin/Red Robin rivalry from the comics, but certainly entertains.

With both heroes and villains being possessed by a demon threatening to break into their world, Raven (Taissa Farmiga) reveals the truth about herself and her father to her teammates Beast Boy (Brandon Soo Hoo), Blue Beetle (Jake T. Austin), and Starfire (Kari Wahlgren). When Raven is captured and multiple members of the Justice League are possessed by Trigon it falls on Robin and the Teen Titans to save the day.

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Teen Titans – You Think You Know Comics?

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Every Teen Titan Ever!

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Azarath, Metrion, Zinthos! You can have your own Teen Titans Go! Raven Pop! Vinyl Figure for the low, low price of $10.

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Beast Boy and Raven are back on the team for the first time in the New 52… but what the hell are they wearing?

Teen Titans New Series, New Roster

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