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Teen Titans Go!

Teen Titans Go!
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US First Aired Release Date: April 23, 2013

Animation Studio: Warner Brothers Animation
Franchise: Teen Titans
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said at 5:17 PM on Sat Feb 28 2015
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Let's get serious had a repetitive fart joke less than 5 minutes in, heck don't even think that was a minute in. Don't watch this and the only reason I did was for the Young Justice characters, and they only gave Aqualad lines because Khary's convenient, and well he dark jokes were funny, they still weren't much, aside from BB getting mad about his juice, and Robin brooding.
said at 11:56 AM on Wed Mar 4 2015
@pete Let's Get Serious
said at 2:01 PM on Thu Mar 5 2015
@pete Let's Get Dangerous
Stare at the Sun
said at 7:25 PM on Fri Feb 27 2015
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I don't mind a comedy show. I was excited when this was announced. But It's just not funny. Bad writing.
Thats the reason i dislike this show.
said at 3:39 PM on Tue Feb 24 2015
The young justice bit with Aqualad was funny, but I'm kind of confused, considering the fact that was burn against the show basically....in the show.......I don't know how to feel about that.
said at 6:01 PM on Tue Feb 24 2015
@skeletonking1234 The episode as a whole was the creators way of trolling the 'haters'.
UltimateCharm (Moderator)
said at 6:50 PM on Fri Feb 27 2015
@TheLemsterPju That would be fine, if the episode were entertaining. It wasn't. It was disappointing. The Young Justice characters just appear in two scenes, with only Aqualad speaking (Because Khary Payton is doing double duty). The rest is just mocking modern comic books' attempt at being 'grounded' and 'serious' and it just dragged. I don't hate the episode because it was mocking the haters, I hated it because it was dull and repetitive.
said at 12:29 PM on Fri Mar 6 2015
@UltimateCharm and the continuous fart joke at the end, had nothing to with it?
said at 3:58 AM on Wed Dec 31 2014
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Maybe it's because I wasn't really a huge fan of the 2003 series, but I actually kind of like this show. I enjoy the very silly, and admittedly kind of stupid, humor, the animation, aside from being occasionally jittery, is pretty good, and it's just a dumb fun show that doesn't take itself seriously. I do understand why a lot of people don't like it, but I enjoy it.
Lion's Edge
said at 6:16 AM on Sat Jun 21 2014
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Total honesty time... I have watched the entirety of Season One of this show. I've tried to look past the original series, and judge it by its own merits. But, even as its own series, I loathe Teen Titans Go! with a passion.

The humor is not funny. It just feels like the sand repeated gags and jokes of past Cartoon Network shows, only the gags seem to now - instead - be the driving force of the show, rather than additional material to give it more merits. The main cast, while the voice-acting is still great, are all unlikable; Beast Boy and Cyborg, two of my favorite characters from the ORIGINAL SHOW, being the worst-hit in how irresponsible, immature and lacking-in-any-maturity they have been portrayed with for a lot of its episodes.

The animation... isn't THAT BAD. It certainly works for what they were trying to do. But, in all honesty, the great flaw with Go! is that, even as an independent show, it is not that good. Unlikable characters, poorly written and plagued with lackluster and repetitive comedy.

To say the least, I don't plan to watch any further.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 9:27 PM on Sun Apr 20 2014
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Taking back what I said about the old TT show over on that page, I'm deeming this DC's new best animated work aside from the DC Nation shorts.

While the aesthetics still aren't spectacular (the colors are a mite too saturated and the "sawed-off fingers" and "no cheeks" stuff bug me a bit), the animation is more raw and honest than the pseudo-hip weeaboo stuff from the old series, and the character construction is more balanced and not so clunky-feeling. Combine this with the specific (non-fake-Japanese) expressions, fantastic voice-acting and storylines that're driven by the characters and their personalities rather than pretentious Emmy-fishing and you've more or less got a successor that outdoes its predecessor in every aspect.

On a related note, the fact that everyone refers to the designs as "chibi" baffles me, especially with the sheer absence of fake Japanese elements in this particular incarnation. I'm guessing most people are just accustomed to character designs that're too tall and unwieldy. By their logic, the Flintstones or the Looney Tunes would be chibi too.
said at 11:43 PM on Mon Apr 21 2014
@CatsTuxedo While I can think of some good reasons reasons why you find the animation and design better, I am interested in hearing why you think of the storylines in the original series as "pretentious Emmy-fishing." I'm not trying to be confrontational at all by saying this, but that's a bold statement against the original and some explanation would be quite welcome.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 11:31 AM on Tue Apr 22 2014
@PsychicVoiceSpy Perhaps the wording was a bit much, but the whole thing in retrospect, juxtaposed with all the obnoxious fake anime stuff slapped onto the visuals, feels like a dire effort on Murakami's part to simultaneously be "down with the young'uns" and be like "the cool kid on the block" (aka Bruce Timm), which leads me to a specific example of my point: the old show's representation of Terra.

As you might know, in the original comics, Terra is a villainous, psychotic mercenary who works as an unrepentant mole for Deathstroke and held no regrets over betraying the group she pretended to be friends with, that alone making her a nasty piece of work. However, in the old show, Terra is inexplicably a hero that we're supposed to feel sorry for for turning against the team after, like, two episodes of knowing each other, and the whole ordeal barely amounts to anything but a mess of a series finale.

It ought to be obvious to most that Terra in that show was Murakami's attempt to do with Terra what Timm and Dini did with Mr. Freeze. But it falls flat for one big reason: Mr. Freeze in the original Batman comics was nothing more than a bad guy with ice powers. In fact, Dini could've added anything to the character and it would've been better than what the comics gave us. Comic!Terra, on the other hand, wasn't just a villain with earth powers; she already had motivations, a personality and effectiveness as a villain. The fact that Murakami would attempt to make her sympathetic for no apparent reason other than grabbing at the same prestige that Timm and Dini had is the textbook definition of pretense.

Having that said, Terra being properly represented as a villain automatically makes Go! a more honest representation of Teen Titans than the old show was.
said at 1:59 PM on Tue Apr 22 2014
@CatsTuxedo Well said. I admit, I myself never made the connection that Murakami might have been trying to turn Terra into a tragic character in order to grab at the same acclaim B:TAS acquired, but I did feel she was a poorly written character. Her switch to "the dark side" with Slade wasn't entirely believable. Even though her rejection understandably had a negative effect on her, the fact that a naive, friendly but insecure character had this night-and-day transformation from an innocent girl who just wanted to fit in, to a borderline heartless, vengeful, petulant brute the next time she appeared was a little too much to swallow given the limited overall development she had up to that point.

I don't think taking some creative liberties with the character and making her tragic is bad on it's own, but the fact that it was done so rushed and carelessly bothers me. That along with the comparison you made with B:TAS Mr. Freeze, I can see how calling it "pretentious Emmy-fishing" makes some sense. Thanks for elaborating.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 11:22 PM on Fri Feb 14 2014
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Okay, admittedly the song BB sings in his clip is pretty catchy and well done.
said at 5:53 PM on Thu Feb 6 2014
"Carnival Phantasm" this ain't
said at 9:59 AM on Thu Jan 16 2014
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Dem Legs
said at 4:47 PM on Fri Jan 17 2014

No. Just...no....
said at 7:19 PM on Thu Jan 23 2014
@GothamRed I agree-ee!
said at 9:36 PM on Sat Jan 11 2014
I saw a few episodes of this show. I think its.......okay. It has some things going for it, but its not something I'm going to keep coming back to.
said at 8:23 AM on Sun Nov 17 2013
I wonder if Scott will get more work as Dr. Light next week or if they're going to bring Rodger back
UltimateCharm (Moderator)
said at 8:10 PM on Wed Nov 20 2013
@GothamRed I checked the credits. Rodger's back.
said at 8:24 PM on Wed Nov 20 2013
@UltimateCharm So I guess Scott really was just a stand-in, not a replacement.
UltimateCharm (Moderator)
said at 9:18 PM on Wed Nov 20 2013
@GothamRed He only had one word and a few laughs.
said at 10:33 PM on Wed Nov 20 2013
@GothamRed If they were able to get Rodger for this episode I wonder why they couldn't get him for Colors of Raven.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 10:57 PM on Wed Nov 20 2013
@OswaldFan825 Most likely because it wasn't worth getting him in just for a laugh and a single word.
said at 11:01 PM on Wed Nov 20 2013
@UltimateCharm I know, but Scott already replaced Mike Erwin it just seemed like more would come of that. I'm glad Rodger's back, I just didn't expect him to return fully.
UltimateCharm (Moderator)
said at 4:20 AM on Thu Nov 21 2013
@GothamRed On the broght side, at least we got a Doctor Light VC from that.
said at 7:22 AM on Thu Nov 21 2013
@CatsTuxedo Well, they didn't have to have Dr. Light talk in that episode. Billy Numerous and See-More haven't talked in any of their appearances.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:33 PM on Sat Nov 9 2013
A miracle happened, there was one episode that I did not hate.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 11:05 PM on Sat Nov 9 2013
@Music Meister Out of sheer morbid curiosity, I'm going to have to ask which one that would be.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 11:34 PM on Sat Nov 9 2013
@CatsTuxedo The one where Raven was split into different personalities.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 11:38 PM on Sat Nov 9 2013
@Music Meister Ah, yes, that was a good one :)
said at 10:49 PM on Sat Nov 16 2013
@Music Meister You didn't hate it. What was your exact opinion on it?
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 10:59 PM on Sat Nov 16 2013
@OswaldFan825 I thought it was decent
said at 8:46 PM on Tue Jun 3 2014
@Music Meister

I personally think the best episode I've seen so far is the one where Starfire decides to become Robin's arch nemesis. I thought it was incredibly touching that she would do that for him, and the whole situation is handled very well, while also adding in plenty of humorous moments.

I thought it was great.
said at 8:16 PM on Thu Oct 24 2013
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I love that Scott finally gets to really show off his range in this show with the Treadmill Spirit, Doctor Light (While not having a lot of lines), and the Bird. R. Rang
said at 10:10 AM on Mon Sep 16 2013
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You just can't decide what pictures to use for the main cast, can you?
Nightmare Crusher
said at 11:17 AM on Sat Aug 31 2013
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I saw some of this show a while ago and it was just kind of meh-ish. I still hate the art, but other than that it was just okay. I wouldn't want to watch this, however I don't think it's very hate worthy.
said at 5:28 PM on Thu Aug 22 2013
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Wow, just wow (the new pictures of the main cast).
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 10:14 PM on Thu Aug 22 2013
@VctrBnsn At this point, I'd really like to inquire what the criteria is for the choice of images on this page. If I were more paranoid, I'd assume someone was trying to sabotage the show's image on this site in frustrated retaliation for its ongoing success (which I'm sure a number of people are against), but that'd be a rather dumb proposition :/
said at 8:02 AM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@CatsTuxedo Nah, this show isn't completely hated. In fact, a lot of people have seemed to warm up toit nicely, including me. It might just be kinda an in joke, like Squidward's picture on the Spongebob Squarepants page.
said at 1:53 PM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@CatsTuxedo I strongly question the reasoning of fans of the older series who would retaliate against this one. If this series continues to get more and more attention, that can only mean that some of this show's audience might check out the original as well.

Really, a lot of fans act like this is some sort of insult to the original show (which I think is completely ridiculous), but this show even existing is a momentous opportunity for the original to find a new audience... At least that's the way I see it.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 6:41 PM on Sat Aug 24 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy You got a good point there. Still, it's times like these I consider myself lucky that I'm not really a comic book fan :P
UltimateCharm (Moderator)
said at 9:20 PM on Sun Aug 25 2013
@VctrBnsn If you wanna know, I chose those pics because they were the funniest of the main cast.
said at 7:47 AM on Mon Aug 26 2013
@UltimateCharm Alright-ey.
said at 11:47 AM on Mon Aug 26 2013
@UltimateCharm I thought they were pretty eye-catching, myself.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 8:05 PM on Tue Aug 27 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy Definitely agree with your point there, PVS. Really, for any "remake" (or what-have-you), it's a win-win scenario regardless of the outcome. If the remake is good, then people will like it and go "man, this is good! What else is this franchise about?". But if it's poorly made, then people will go "Man, this sucks. The original/first/other series was so much better! I should check it out again!" The point is, it draws attention to the franchise no matter how a certain entry is received.
said at 7:46 PM on Thu Aug 29 2013
@UltimateCharm I find that a bit silly. I think the character pictures should reflect how they normally appear in the show, not just how funny the pictures are.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 12:38 AM on Thu Sep 5 2013
@OswaldFan825 True. As tempted as I occasionally was to go that route as a moderator, the images on this site ultimately should reflect the characters' general image and/or personality, which should serve to make the page feel more varied and nice to look at than it would if all the important images were silly. I'm aware that this is a comedy show and one would think this would be an appropriate approach to take, but it simply doesn't fit the image we're trying to convey as a website.
said at 6:45 PM on Sat Sep 7 2013
I agree that they're a bit silly and appear out-of-place, but as long as the quality is good enough and there is nothing obscenely inappropriate about them, I don't really think there's anything wrong with the images. Myself, I thought they were kinda amusing. XD
said at 9:34 PM on Wed Sep 18 2013
@pokemastanumba1 I still think they should be replaced. The images should represent the character's general appearance in the show.
Der Grapist
said at 8:29 PM on Sat Nov 9 2013
@TylerMirage I dunno, I have seen quite a few people refuse to watch the original version of a movie because of how awful the remake, or sequel, was.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 8:07 AM on Sun Nov 10 2013
@Der Grapist And that is, unfortunately, their flawed mindset.
Der Grapist
said at 8:52 AM on Sun Nov 10 2013
@TylerMirage I know, it is unfortunate. At the same time, I can understand. If you saw a movie in a franchise that you absolutely hated with a passion, would you honestly want to see the rest, at the risk of them being just as bad?
said at 6:32 PM on Wed Aug 21 2013
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I wasn't a big fan of Terra's characterization in her debut episode here. Though to be fair it is closer to how she was in the comics.
said at 5:35 PM on Thu Aug 15 2013
According to DirecTV, Terra will appear in the next episode.

I'm afraid about how this will turn out, and even more afraid of how everyone will react.
said at 11:18 PM on Thu Jun 13 2013
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From what I saw of the show, I liked it enough. Like VctrBnsn said, it's really the cast that makes it work. Scott Menville playing a goofier Robin is a lot of fun, Khary Payton plays essentially the same character with a bit more random humor, Hynden Walch's Starfire is as lovable and comforting to listen to as usual, and Tara's Raven is...is...uh... wh-where is the remote to my air-conditioner!? It's getting warm in here!! *turns the AC temp to freezing* Tara's Raven voice is unbelievably sultry and fascinating to listen to. There, I said it. This has been a fanboy moment. ^^'
said at 11:08 AM on Fri Jun 14 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy ...
said at 1:32 PM on Fri Jun 14 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight I have a bad habit of writing comments when I'm tired. Don't look at me like that.
said at 2:05 PM on Fri Jun 14 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy I forgot I even made this comment... -_- I'm sorry if anyone got creeped out. I was tired and I was trying to be funny. It was a dumb joke I regret making. If an admin could delete (please) this whole thing that would be awesome. If not, then sorry.
said at 2:31 PM on Sat Jun 15 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy I thought it was funny.
said at 3:26 PM on Sat Jun 15 2013
@VctrBnsn Thanks. I overreacted a bit. I wasn't feeling good that day.
said at 9:03 PM on Sat Oct 12 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy Can I please post this on my Tumblr?
said at 10:23 PM on Sat Oct 12 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight Sure.
said at 2:53 AM on Sun Jun 9 2013
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I suppose it's got potential, but the show is pretty disposable overall. It doesn't really capture the same amazing feeling that the original show did, even though the characters/voices are the same. It's a little too cartoony, but I like it better than a lot of stuff on Cartoon Network at least (NOT saying much, but something).

If anything, it's a poor-man's Powerpuff Girls, which it reminds me of more than Teen Titans.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 12:13 AM on Mon Jul 22 2013
@PurpleWarrior13 I find it amusing how you criticize the show for being "a little too cartoony" and then bring up the fact that the show's on CARTOON Network in the same sentence.

Normally, people bashing cartoons for being cartoons pisses me off, but you managed to mitigate that some ;)
said at 10:14 PM on Sat Jul 27 2013
@CatsTuxedo There's nothing wrong with criticizing an animated show for being too cartoony (plus not everything on CN is even a "cartoon" anyway with shows like Level Up). There needs to be balance. If it goes over-the-top on it's "cartoon" humor, it has a harder time working. I know it's not trying to be the original Teen Titans, which I felt had a nice balance, but it clearly does not compare. I also think shows like Ultimate Spider-Man are "too cartoony" simply because it's style and humor doesn't work.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 12:12 AM on Sun Jul 28 2013
@PurpleWarrior13 I agree with you about USM's style and humor not working, but in my opinion, it doesn't make that show "too cartoony". Rather, the style and humor not working simply makes for a mediocre-at-best show. In fact, I would probably label USM as "not cartoony enough" because it's clear that the show wants to be more comedic than other superhero shows and yet the developers behind it contradictorily went for the same, safe, impractical, animator-unfriendly psuedo-realistic style for the default look of the character models that so many "serious" superhero shows sport, and that really clashes with the effect that should be achieved in what they're trying to pull. Having that said, if the show went for a more personal visual style and let the animators have the freedom to play around with it, then the show would probably have faced considerably less criticism than what it ended up getting.

Which brings us back to the subject of TTG!. Now, the reason I consider TTG! to be successful where USM fails is that it's fully aware that it's a cartoon, is unashamed of being a cartoon and fully embraces its inherent cartooniness, as do the animators working to bring this show to life. I can't be certain of what your definition of "cartoon humor" is, but I see it as a cartoon using the inherent abilities of its medium to entertain the audience (even if it doesn't always succeed), and that's a quality that I think should really only be criticized if it too strongly conflicts with what the show is trying to set up, as is the case with USM.
said at 6:51 PM on Sat Aug 3 2013
@CatsTuxedo True, there's nothing wrong with a cartoon acknowledging that it's a cartoon... as long as it works. The results in Teen Titans Go aren't horrible, but they're a far cry from the original Teen Titans, which had a nice balance of kickass action, suspenseful drama, and it's silly cartoony moments. It's what I think Ultimate Spider-Man is trying too hard to be.

Of course, that doesn't mean every animated show should have silly cartoony moments. Look at serious anime like Death Note, Durarara, Evangelion, Rurouni Kenshin, and Ghost in the Shell. All are completely devoid of anything remotely "cartoony", but still have a brilliant style to them. Same with Batman: The Animated Series and Batman Beyond, which established their stye and scope brilliantly without being "cartoony" (though it knew when to loosen up, like when it was a Joker episode). The same can be said for Justice League, Superman: TAS, and The Legend of Korra.

Teen Titans Go's art-style doesn't bug me TOO much, but it's clearly taking it's inspiration from Powerpuff Girls and Dexter's Laboratory (not a bad thing, since those were great shows, but it's a tad annoying nonetheless).
said at 1:59 AM on Mon Aug 26 2013
@CatsTuxedo You mean the same Cartoon Network that broadcasts a bunch of live-action crap as well? :-P
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 9:05 PM on Mon Aug 26 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight Hey c'mon, CN learned its lesson after that debacle :/
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 9:37 PM on Thu Jun 6 2013
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If this gets a season 2, I'm quitting CN.
If it gets a season 3, I'm done with DC in general
said at 11:13 PM on Thu Jun 6 2013
@Music Meister Season 3? Hah! You think to small. This show will probably last longer than the original series.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 1:41 AM on Sun Jun 9 2013
@VctrBnsn Season 2, looks likely. Season 3, maybe. Longer than the original series, I doubt it. Unlike what I've heard about Ultimate Spider-Man, this show knows exactly what it is and exactly what it wants to do (even if it doesn't always succeed), and I trust the developers to know when it's run its course and when to wrap things up.
said at 5:12 PM on Tue Jun 11 2013
The original Teen Titans had a whopping *five* seasons, and a sixth was already in development for some time before it was abandoned. There has *never* been a single DC/Marvel animated series that has lasted anytime longer than that, so I wouldn't be too concerned about how many more episodes this'll get.

I understand that people might be at least a bit worried, what with USM getting a third season despite all the negative reception it's gotten, and I'm not sure how Beware the Batman will fare, but at this point in time, it's hard to tell exactly.
said at 6:40 PM on Sat Aug 3 2013
@Music Meister Eh, the show's cheap to make. It probably will be around a while.
said at 5:52 PM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@VctrBnsn Longer than the 2003 series? Well, I personally prefer this series and it's one of the two good shows that currently air on Cartoon Network so I hope it lasts longer. But longer really depends on what you mean. It could be longer in seasons but shorter in years. So, what exactly do you mean by longer?
said at 8:18 PM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@OswaldFan825 I mean more episodes. Seeing how this show takes a lot less time to produce than the original, and it's high ratings, I think it's likely. Plus CN only gives us 15 minutes a week. I can't believe they've gotten us used to that format.
said at 12:36 PM on Sat Aug 31 2013
@VctrBnsn By Episodes, do you mean the 11 minutes each week or two paired 11 minute shorts?
said at 12:50 PM on Sat Aug 31 2013
@OswaldFan825 just the 11 minutes each week.
said at 9:56 PM on Sat Aug 31 2013
@VctrBnsn Well, the 2003 series had 65 episodes and since this series already has 22 episodes and is being renewed for Season 2 I'd say it's fairly possible that TTG! will have more episodes than the 2003 series.
said at 10:08 AM on Thu May 16 2013
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The only thing that I think is making this show work is the cast. Something about hearing these guys do these characters again makes it all seem enjoyable to me.
said at 7:48 AM on Mon May 13 2013
Can't tell if I'm genuinely enjoying this or if I'm just laughing at how bad it is. :-/
said at 10:33 AM on Fri Apr 26 2013
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Well, I watched the premiere. Not particularly impressive, but nothing repulsive, either. Laughed out loud a couple of times.

Still got more potential than anything Jeph Loeb shoves out of his ass.
said at 10:39 AM on Fri May 3 2013
L.O.L. I do agree, TheVenganceKnight, it was quite enjoyable at some times, but then again, it was annoying at other times.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 1:14 AM on Sun May 12 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight Isn't it kind of hard to shove something OUT of your ass? Don't you usually have to pull... WHY AM I TALKING ABOUT THIS?
said at 7:48 AM on Mon May 13 2013
@Nightmare Crusher

It's better if you don't think too hard. Oh wait, that's the Jeph Loeb mentality...
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 10:35 PM on Thu Apr 25 2013
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Before watching it I thought "this can't be as bad as everyone thinks it will be" then I watched it and its exactly as everyone said it would be.
Hell this is worse than Ultimate Spider-Man, at least US has a lot of potential and has so good fight scenes and acceptable animation.
This show just hurts, it's hard to look at and every joke falls flat.
I will give credit were its due though, like everyone I loved Teen Titians and its not just because of nostalgia but this show actual makes me dislike the franchise so good job CN you really out did yourself this time
said at 5:55 PM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@Music Meister Oh, please. I prefer this show to the 2003 series by a lot. I like the animation better, the designs better, everything better. And if you dislike the franchise, that means you also dislike the 2003 series so you can't defend it anymore.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 11:35 AM on Sat Aug 24 2013
@OswaldFan825 Im glad you like it but please don't not be rude
said at 12:38 PM on Sat Aug 31 2013
@Music Meister I'm not being rude, just using logic. And you go to a lot of pages to talk about how bad a show is...Isn't that rude? I mean you came here solely to complain about it.
Madness Abe
said at 8:49 PM on Tue Apr 23 2013
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....This is gonna hurt.
said at 11:56 AM on Tue Apr 23 2013
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It won't from FLCL style animation to something that a 13 year old could make using Flash animation.
Dear Cartoon Network,
when we said we wanted Teen Titans back...
THIS ISN'T WHAT WE MEANT!!I plan on tuning in for the first episode. If I'm not impressed, I'm never giving it a second thought.
And if the show is ANYTHING like the commercials, this series will be very short-lived.
said at 11:58 AM on Tue Apr 23 2013
@RenoRebirth *went from
said at 5:56 PM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@RenoRebirth Very short-lived? Ha! This show was renewed for a second season like a month after it premiered!
said at 6:06 PM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@OswaldFan825 Wow, you seriously scrolled down this far in the comments?
I forgot this show existed entirely. My seven year old brother, who usually loves this kind of crap, told me he hates this show. And that's funny, since he's basically the target audience.
Not sure how useless you have to be to actually find this entertaining, but I guess everyone who watches Cartoon Network nowadays is useless anyway.
Yeah, the show was renewed. Does that mean it's good?
The Fantastic Four film was terrible, but that got an even more horrid sequel. The Bloodrayne film was probably the worst piece of **** that I've ever seen, and was universally panned by critics, but that spawned two sequels.
Just because somebody decides to keep something going doesn't mean it's good. It means they're trying to squeeze every single dollar they can out of it.
Nice username, by the way.
said at 6:12 PM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@RenoRebirth Eh, I got bored. And uh, well being renewed does mean it's good. At least to a good amount of people. I find it pretty funny. It's better than most of Cartoon Network's other shows and the 2003 series is in my opinion overrated. It wasn't that good. And I can't tell if the compliment on my username is sarcasm or not...
said at 6:26 PM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@OswaldFan825 Okay, so by saying that something is renewed means it's good, then you're basically saying that everything that is universally agreed to be bad that gets renewed is good.
The Amazing World of Gumball is still going, and that show is terrible.
"I find it pretty funny. It's better than most of Cartoon Network's other shows"
You do realize that that says just barely above nothing, right? Everything on Cartoon Network now is pretty much terrible.
I'd say Regular Show is like a 7/10. Adventure Time is about the same.
Yeah, I guess sarcasm doesn't translate well over the internet.
said at 12:40 PM on Sat Aug 31 2013
@RenoRebirth I know most of CN's cartoons are terrible but saying it's better doesn't this it's barely above anything. I never said how much. It could be a sky scraper above those shows but would still be better. Also, I think AT and RS are overrated. I don't think they're very good.
said at 1:16 PM on Thu Apr 11 2013
I think this show might have potential. I am almost certain it will be better than Ultimate Spider Man.
said at 7:12 PM on Thu Apr 11 2013
@VctrBnsn That's not exactly high praise.
said at 9:38 PM on Thu Apr 11 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight I guess it's like saying "this raw grub will probablt taste better than that piece of dog crap" :-P
said at 7:03 PM on Mon Apr 8 2013
its looks too kiddie and from the commercials its one big joke.
said at 7:24 PM on Fri Apr 5 2013
I for one am choosing to have expectations for it to be amusing. It probably won't be anything special, but I'm hoping for something that will make me chuckle and smile. I'm also considering starting buying the Teen Titans DVDs this month. maybe if this show is popular enough and it gets interest back into the original series as well maybe they will consider doing a direct to video movie sequel for the original series... Wishful thinking, I know. But whatever, I'm still looking forward to this somewhat.
said at 11:01 PM on Thu Apr 4 2013
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I just don't think it was worth getting rid of Young Justice
said at 10:29 AM on Fri Mar 22 2013
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I have a bad feeling about this.
said at 12:51 AM on Sun Feb 17 2013
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this is gonna be trash. Ultimate Spiderman will be a masterpiece in comparison to this.
said at 1:12 AM on Wed Mar 20 2013
@partymonster411 yes but remember people thought the 2012 TMNT was going to suck and that ended up a huge success....this on the other hand won't
said at 10:35 PM on Sat Mar 23 2013
@skeletonking1234 i thought it was going to have potential when i first saw the trailer.
said at 5:57 PM on Fri Aug 23 2013
@skeletonking1234 TMNT did suck.

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