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Full Historical List of Teen Titans Characters
Teen Titans Characters Before the Team Existed
Teen Titans Go! More specifically, it is a quasi- Spin-Off of the previous Teen Titans series, though it takes more direct inspiration from the New Teen Titans shorts that were also based on that incarnation. The main cast, as well as most of the supporting cast, reprise their respective roles from both productions. Oh, and fight crime if they ever feel like it. Whereas the Titans were heroes regularly looking to do good and help those in need, the Go! Titans are portrayed more like a self-absorbed group of teenagers who are often mocked by both villains and fellow heroes alike for their tendency to goof-off rather than fight crime. Think of it as being in the vein of Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth or RWBY Chibi , where the idea is to take established characters and put them in increasingly outlandish situations that wouldn't be possible in their more serious, plot-driven forms. Be prepared for large doses of Comedic Sociopathy and Self-Deprecation. At which point it became the most popular series on the network, leading to it being one of the most infamous examples of adored by the network for the animation station.
Although he is the only one of the group without any superpowers, by virtue of his heroic experience and reputation, Robin is the highly disciplined leader of the Teen Titans. As elaborated upon in the "Go" episode,  Robin forms the group after aiding Starfire in her escape from captivity, with the help of Beast Boy , Cyborg , and Raven. Prior to this, he left his mentor implied to be Batman , in an effort to make it on their own as crime-fighters. The series never explicitly reveals his secret identity, but he is implied to be Dick Grayson , the original Robin.
There are plenty of great superhero cartoons, but for kids growing up in the early to mids, Teen Titans was the best one around. Based on the early s New Teen Titans comics by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, the show followed a group of teenage superheroes--Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven and Starfire--as they fought supervillains while getting into regular teenage shenanigans. Teen Titans differentiated itself from other superhero shows like Justice League and X-Men , which focused largely on adult superhero teams in action scenes and reenacting dramatic storylines from comics. Teen Titans also featured plenty of dramatic storylines, including Terra's betrayal of the Titans and Raven's apocalyptic birthday, many of which were lifted straight from the comics. Of course, this being a kid's show, much of the violence and mature themes from the comics had to be toned down or removed. They couldn't even call Slade by his supervillain name--Deathstroke--as the name was considered too scary for kids. That being said, the animators and writers were able to get quite a lot of stuff past Cartoon Network's censors. Here today, we present a list of 25 inappropriate moments you probably never noticed in Teen Titans as a kid. Some of these are funny, and some are kinda disturbing, but all will make you wonder if the censors we're even paying attention the day they watched that episode.