This show combines a perfect amount of action, drama, and humor. You can really connect to the characters because this show spends a lot of time building on them and you get a lot of good laughs here and there. Only like 3 out of the 65 episodes made were really stupid but the rest were amazing. If you want hardcore action, epic heroes, and great humor than I would definitely recommend this.
Despite the title and theme of the show's final episode, there are things in this world that are irrefutably constant. One of those things is how incredible this series was. Whether you watched in during its original airing, or you're watching it again on DVD, Beast Boy's comedy, Robin's action, Cyborg's sci-fi and all of the other compelling aspects of the show are still as vibrant.
One thing I noticed when I looked up teen titans,On June 11, 2013; Derrick Wyatt said there will only be a Season 6 if the crew come back, but the crew are gone onto other shows,so not to hate on teen titans go,but if they can come back for that why not reboost teen titans back up,you can look it up on wiki(and please share with others I want teen titans back)
It's about 5 teen heroes names Robin (every person in the world should know him), Starfire(the alien who can fly and shoot lasers), Beast Boy, (the goofball who can change into any animal he wants), Raven(the serious alien who has pyschic powers), and Cyborg(the robot, duh!!!). They fight villains like the Hive Five, Slade(aka Deathstroke), Control Freak, and Mad Mod. Even if you're not a hardcore DC Comics, fan, I recommend this to anyone who's looking for a show with comedy, intense action, and drama.
Why stop making the series of the Teen Titans? I love your show but, why stop at the climax? Still, no one knows what happened to Terra and how she got out of her rock. You haven't told or showed who Slade is and what he looks like without a mask! Even Robin! I would like you to create more shows of the Teen Titans so we can know what happened to Terra and who Slade is. Don't stop now-keep going on. Please. I'm so down now because you have stop. If you read this please, please, show more about Teen Titans for me and others. Thank you for taking your time to read this, Evan (beast boy)
This show was one of the bests of it's time. This was in that brief period where the DC movies were still being made. But this was the only show. It was a more light hearted approach that still entertained audiences of all ages. It took a very dark DC animation line and made it fun. It didn't always have the best villains or the best story. But when it worked it was fun and there were moments that were emotional as well. The writing was very funny while writing strong characters and maybe sometimes the writing was cheesy. But it was perfect it's own right. The animation reflects the mood of the show. Bright colorful and well done. The characters all of there own fleshed out personalities and flaws. They also have amazing moments were the shine and you get to see a darker side of them. Some episodes had enough tension to scare younger kids. All around it is a amazing cartoon that we come to expect from DC.
I have to admit, apart from Batman, I'm not much of a comic person. But there was just something different about Teen Titans. This show was just so freakin' incredible. The characters, the stories, the animation, Teen Titans was just perfect in every possible way. It had the perfect blend of serious matters and funny situations, and the animation was like a mixture of standard animation and japanese anime, which was really cool.
All of the main characters are likable. Cyborg rocks, Beastboy (Contrary to Raven's belief) is pretty funny, and Raven is one of the coolest emo characters you'll ever see. She seems like she doesn't care, but she's just really reserved and quiet, and deep down she really cares about her teammates. Robin in Teen Titans has greatly improved compared to the one in Batman: The Animated Series, instead of being rather annoying, he's become a complete bad-ass. And then there's Starfire, my favorite character on the show. She's just adorable. Obviously ignorant of Earth customs, but she's still a really strong character. And... is it weird that I have a HUGE crush on her?
The whole series in general was amazing. The first two seasons were definately the best though. Slade completely rocked as a villain, and Terra was my favorite side character. The third season was good, but not as good as one and two. Brother Blood, while pretty evil, just couldn't compare to Slade in my mind. The fourth Season was definately better though. Raven's role in the season finale really moved me. In fact, this would have been the best way to end the series in my mind, even if it didn't explain what happened to Slade.
You're probably wondering, if I love Teen Titans so much, why didn't I give it a perfect score? Well, that would be the season five finale/series finale episode. It was one of the worst series finales I have ever seen for a show. The fact that they brought back Terra was cool, but she had lost her memory, and she never regained it. And then Teen Titans just ends there? What a rip-off! Heck, I never really got into the fifth season anyway, it just seemed there were too many characters and too many things going on. Thank god they made a movie that served as a real series finale. Trouble In Tokyo was amazing!
Apart from season five though, the rest of the series was incredible. I highly recommend watching Teen Titans. It's definately one of the greatest animated shows and one of the best comic-based cartoons ever conceived.
This show was incredible and awesome, combining humor and action perfectly. The only times this show was dark was when Slade and Trigon were the villains. The other villains were funny but still a great threat, allowing the Titans to still have good foes to fight.
Oh my gosh, even though I watched this show years and years ago, all of the memories flood back. The characters were so well-developed, the plot lines were unbelievably well-written, everything just came together to form one hell of a TV show. Terra's plot line, Raven's battle with her father, Starfire's sibling rivalry, everything just worked in a captivating and ultimately magnificent way. Love it.
I undoubtedly loved this cartoon. It was my favorite cartoon as a little kid. I loved the humor and action, also the darkness of this cartoon. I also loved the relationship between Robin and Starfire. Anyways, on a short note, this cartoon was epic.
I love this show. It's funny, it's action-packed, it's romantic, it's adventurous. The Characters are relatable and have such a great chemistry with each other(Cyborg and Starfire are my favorite characters BTW). I like how each character had their own season long story mixed in with some excellent filler episodes. Not to mention it was one of the first superhero shows to be an action comedy. While most Superhero shows at the time had funny moments, this show had comedic episodes that ranged from the bizarre to the hilarious, even the bizarre episodes were great because of their creativity and humor about it's self. The only real drawback was season 5, I though that season was a huge mess and Should of been about Starfire instead of Beast Boy again (Beast Boy's season was season two). Other than That, Teen Titans remains my favorite show of all time with its wit, animation, characters, action, heart and fun. This is a show that will stand the test of time!!
Teen Titans was one of those shows that I dismissed as being terrible without actually watching it. But just by watching ONE episode, I was completely hooked. The show is centered around a group of teenaged super-heroes that live in a tower and will stop at nothing to make sure Jump City is safe.
I'm proud to say that there is not one episode I dislike. The show is sort of drawn in an anime-like style, which is interesting, because I've never seen that done before on a DC or Marvel show.
It has a wide variety of characters, not only villains and superheroes, but there are characters that are somewhere in between, struggling to choose a side (Jinx and Terra, for example). Some I don't like are the one's that AREN'T completely cannon; Mas y Menos just seemed like a rip-off of Kid Flash.
Other than being funny, another quality that Teen Titans had going for it was the serious moments. And when I say serious, I mean racial segregation, mental break-downs, abuse, demonic undertones and so forth. It can be a fun, easy-going cartoon one moment, and then it can completely switch gears the next. I love the episodes that are in sync with the actual comics, such as Raven's story arc towards the end of the series.
Even if you're not big on superheroes, Teen Titans is a wonderful cartoon and one of CN's finest.
Starfire: She is very funny, nice, although she doesn't know much about Earth, that's what makes her... herself!
Beast Boy: A dude (seriously, I got it from him) who can morph into all sorts of animals, and knows so much about TV. Although he's a vegetarian, this is one person you must love- carnivores and herbivores alike.
Raven: A creepy girl, one thing about her personality strikes me the most: she never gives up on anything. She knows magic, and she's not afraid to use it, so don't make her angry- or else.
Cyborg: Don't say anything about how he is, that's just normal about him. He likes to take a joke, which makes him funny. So Cyborg fans: Booyah!
Robin: He's a great leader, I must say. He must have got that from Batman before making the team. If you watched "The End", he says he is hopeful on everything. He may not have superpowers like his teammates, but his martial arts skills are excellent!
Plot: The show is set in Jump City, protected by five super hero teens known as Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Starfire, and Beastboy. They go through many adventures fighting a variety of villains that threaten people or the world. They live in a tower in the shape of a T as well. The show is spilt into five seasons as well.
Characters: The main five characters of this show are different, showing how they think and their powers are different as well. Also they have personalities that is actually likable, depending on who you may like the most. And yes the characters are based off the actual comics. There times in the show where a characters backstory is hinted or mentioned(which are the same as there comic counterparts) and villains from the comics are brought in as well(though they could be changed in order to appeal to kids)
Animation: The show was made to look similar to anime, which is why sometimes there are moments when the characters (even villains) look silly. But the fights are great, with there being no issue of things being strange.
Creativity: an interesting fact to note is the opening song. Sometimes it's in English while other times is Japanese. English openings mean the episode is serious, while Japanese means they're silly. Also characters are usually developed through their own arcs. Each season is actually devoted to one Titan. Example: season 5 was about Beastboys past of being part of another team, while season 4 is about Raven actually being a portal for her demon father to cross through.
Overall: This is a great show, there are many characters that are likable and some you may hate. But fights are great, and the characters are creative. Though there's a reason why I didn't put this as a perfect 10, it's because of the last episode. The episode ended with no questions answered about Terra and Slades whereabouts. It's been said originally a six season was canceled, but was supposed to center around terra and the titans finally defeating Slade where the show can finally end. This left man fans hanging, wondering what had happened after the episode ended.
This is a show that I grew up on and it was a magnificent show the details and the suspense of what was going to happen on the next weeks episode. so for my conclusion I must say i recommend this show to everybody. Says my best friend Justin Bieber
This in my Top 10 Cartoonetwork Best Shows Because it Was action Packed with lots of adventures and when this premeire happened Like 9 to 10 years ago it wasnt Oh My god this is going to be terrible because before the show we all ready knew these charecters and their personalities but now there being molded to live in one house with out adult supervision And the thing I really Like about this show is that Robin and his Training paid off cause we all know the past of Robin Number #1 Dick Grayson he was trained to become the pupil of Batman And in this series you see him acting just like batman it's so Amazing Thank You Glen Murakami
i love teen titans.this was my favorite show when i was at age 10.all the characters are great but,i got two favorites.the sisters starfire and blackfire.the reasons are,both of the girls know how to kick some serious butt and hot,both amazingly strong and hot and did i mention hot?love the show.
Teen Titans was a genuinely amazing show with a magnificent plotline and alluring characters! I used to watch this show everyday when I was younger and it was still airing on cartoonnetwork.com. Then, I rediscovered it only last year, and began to fall in love with the show, yet again. And then when I watched "Things Change," the very last episode of this majestic TV show, I nearly drowned in my sorrow after realizing that Teen Titans was over, and that the era that it lived in had passed.
After a while, I just couldn't do much of anything else, but re-watching my favorite episodes of Robin, Starfire, Raven, Cyborg, and Beast Boy. To me, if I kept holding onto that small sliver of hope, things would eventually get better.
I then began to search several sites that would hopefully help to relaunch another season of my beloved show. And it was one day during winter break that I found fanfiction.net, a wonderful site where there were plenty of Teen Titans fanfictions to feast my eyes upon.
But no. My hunger then had been sated to a shallow meaning, but truly, my heart longs for more Teen Titans episodes, a sixth season to be exact. So many fans adore these Titans, so why not continue? There are several complications to be fair, but if this show would at least be tried for continuation, then many fans would be pleased. To me, this show was the show of a lifetime, with terribly awesome and relateable characters, that really, I felt I had, and have, deep connections to! I believe that the Teen Titans should get an honest chance to really get out there, and with that, sate many a person's hunger for this show.
Ultimately, this show means the world to me, and before it's really over, things would be perfect for it to continue.
i whch teen titans evry day wen i was a lil girl then wen i saw it was on bommerang evry day at 10 p.m. i what evry day i wen im on the rode i say in my head i wanna wach teen titans so much i dont miss a secont of it maby wen im on a rode trip im i wach trouble in tokyo it a awsome show!! i <3 teen titans!
Teen Titans is a series that deals with so many different topics, from acceptance, personal reflection, to maturity, and team work. Despite the multitude of things it deals with, at the core of every episode is a universal theme, whenever you see an opportunity to do something positive you have a responsibility to do so, its about friendship, love, and having fun; the Teen Titans are all about heart. It is definitely a show that has an anime influence but as a person who does not particularly like anime i can attest to the appeal of the show. Teen Titans deal with some mature themes and can get a bit heavy at times but its also a very lighthearted show (thats part of what makes it so great). The story telling is phenomenal, its very interesting to watch as the characters deal with their issues and grow throughout the series, they may be super heroes but that doesn't mean that they are not regular people. Its a very relatable show thats super fun to watch.
I'm actually utterly shocked how high the score was for this show on this website. No matter, it's still enjoyable. For me it finally passed its prime but overall it was a solid anime-influenced (that's BIG from me because I generally don't like anime), yet very accessible superhero show which combines such, solid battle animations and young contemporary humor.
Characters are younger, more hip and anime-fused versions of already existing DC superheroes given dosages of extra personality. (props for the execution of Raven and Beast Boy, very memorable those two) I still question the portrayals (restraint) of certain villainy like Slade (aka Deathstroke) for example, but it did manage to be one of those shows which is to "old" for kids but too "kiddy" for the old. Take that as you may in any way.
It's a childhood show, but for me, it's not THE childhood show.
So what is teen titans? It's about five teenage heroes who live in a giant T tower guarding Jump city from criminals. We have robin- the martial artist leader of the teen. Then there's starfire- the alien princess who's stronger than she look and even wiser than how she talks.We have Cyborg- the half man and machine, who has a true human side and heart. Our Raven is next- the quiet mistress of magic born from evil itself. Lastly but not least is beastboy- the comedian of the team with the ability to change into any animal. Together, we watch alongside with the titans as they face villains, challenge their friendship and trust, evolve into better people, get a good laugh and lastly- fight for the last slice of pizza.
Teen Titans is a very unique show. Although the animation is simple, it brings smiles to every child. Even though it for young six year olds, adults and teenagers can enjoy it. It brings giggles and laughs, but morals too. We don't see them as crime fights 24/7 being all broody and serious. They have times where they simply have fun and enjoy. We watch them slowly grow up- from robin learning to trust his friends, Starfire finding earth her true home, Raven showing her emotions more, Cyborg being more human, and beastboy growing into a young man. Teen titans has a spark that no show has. It has a light hearted simplistic childish no show can take away. That's what's so great about it.
As for the last episode...>.>
I'm a deep teen titans fan. I've loved it ever since it started, had tons of fun. grew up with it and watched it disappear from my life. Get over it. Half of you fans don't seem to get it- the purpose of the last episode; things change. It has many meanings and themes. Change is one of them. In this episode, our beloved producers gave us a special message- don't go crying to cartoon network that they should make another season. Accept the facts, cherish the memories but move on in life. I can't wait to watch the new teen titans show coming in 2013. It may be different- but the heart of it still thrives.
it needs to come back!! im 17 and if this show came out again. id watch it alllll the time id have this time that the tv is mine, just because this show is comeing on. BRING IT BACK!! PLEEEEEEAAASSSSEEE!!!!
As posted on the wiki site, the show was canceled do to it didn't share the of ambiance and view points DC universe had initially thought out for the teen titans as portrayed in their much darker comic book video (too kiddish on the screen, too adult in the comics one has to go.) Noted with the apparent rewrite of the DC universe do to the creation of Small-Ville the TV series and the comic book follow up (which introduced Cloie to the world which she was never really a part) Removed Cyborg from the start cast of Teen Titans, to see a similar to Teen Titans series please visit or watch Young Justice, which does tell a different story including "Conner Kent" aka Super Boy, and several other unknown sidekicks Yet still include, speedy, Robbin (1&2) Night Wing, Bat Girl, Aqua Lad and many more. (Cyborg is not included do to him being an original justice league member thanks to Small Ville)
Okay,the show is really really cool,it's a great show with a great concept,great villans(particularly Slade)great writing,and well you get the picture.I can't believe CN didn't want to make a sixth season.We could've found out who Slade really was,or see if the Brotherhood of Evil would ever return.It's probably the epitome of the superhero genre.I liked Robin and Beast boy the best,they were cool.Cyborg and the others are also some favorites.And to think,look at the shows that replaced it:Gym Teacher's a Monkey?Squirrel Boy?Out of Jimmy's Head?Chowder?My my,Cn lost a great opurtunity here.If it ever comes back with a season 6,which I doubt they will,please tell us who Slade really is!
Ever since the first episode "Final Exam" aired back in 2003, I've been hooked, even now, in 2012. My childhood was an abusive one, but watching Teen Titans always cheered me up, even during the worst of times. There's no better escape from reality-- the truth is, I'm happiest when I'm watching Teen Titans. Call me childish, but Teen Titans is my favorite show, because to me, it's more than just a cartoon or comic book, it's something I want. I wish I could jump into the television and live in Titans Tower, alongside all the other Titan members.
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