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Throughout the episode, General Raskov's top left button keeps disappearing and re-appearing.
The episode's production code is 505.
When Red Star gets buff, shouldn't his clothes have ripped? if it was due to the fact that it was a kids show, why did they show him in hardly more than a speedo less than a minute earlier?
The entire idea of Starfire freezing in the cold was completely incorrect if she can survive flying in space without a space suit.
Time is different in the comics because comics come out once a month. Time is different, and the time between an issue can be seconds days or even months, so the Cold War might have ended later than 1991.
About 95% of Cyborg's body is mechanical. When, then, would Cyborg need a coat?
Starfire's cold reactions in this episode seem to change awkwardly. In the beginning, she is shivering like mad, but towards the end, she feels almost nothing.
With the name of Red Star, it seems that he was the result of Soviet era testing. Since the Soviet Union fell in 1991, it seems that Red Star is about thirty-two years old, assuming that we are using a real-time calendar. In that case, why would Robin induct him into the Teen Titans?
How many Titan communicators does Robin have? It seems that he carries an extra few around with him just in case they might meet another superhero.
In the comics, Red Star's original code name was Starfire. Which was later changed to avoid confusion with the Titan's Starfire.
Starfire puts on the hat that the old lady had given her, and then an explosion occurs. During the explosion, the camera view switches to behind the Titans, and the hat is no longer on Starfire's head. After the camera view switches back, the hat is still there.
Red Star isolated himself from Starfire to protect her, only relenting when she told him her people were resilient and that she was in no danger. In that case, why didn't he care when he came into close contact with the other Titans, who are all human and therefore not as tough as Starfire?
It is quite cold in this episode. But why can't we see anyone's breath? We could in episodes like, "How Long Is Forever?."
In the episode, "How Long Is Forever?," Starfire seems to react to the cold in a human manner. But for the most part, she seems pretty immune to the cold in this episode.
The seating arrangement in the T-Ship changed wildly. When they were preparing to take off to look for Red Star, Starfire was in the center cockpit and Beast Boy was in the starboard one. After they crashed, Cyborg was in the center cockpit, Starfire in the starboard one, and Beast Boy was in the aft cockpit.
If Starfire knew it would be cold, why didn't she bring something warm?
Why was Beast Boy driving a snow mobile if he can fly like Raven or Starfire?
Red Star was one of the comic-book Titans who represented the anti-Communist side of Russia.
Kid Flash took a disliking to Red Star due to political reasons, but the Russian hero successfully stopped an assassination of Russian president Boris Yeltsin and defeated Communist twins Hammer and Sickle on many occassions.
Red Star: You will not harm my friends!
Red Star: The life I had before was a difficult one, but suited me well. I was chosen to be part of an experiment. The security force wanted to create the prefect soldier. They had much hope for me. And at first they seemed successful. There was, however, an unexpected side effect. This, power, inside of me. A power I could not contain.
Red Star: (to Raven) That would be the doorbell.
Red Star: Do not worry, my friends. I have no more need to be alone.
Red Star: That is why we have faith... are you hungry?
Robin: Starfire! (Pull back to frame all five)
Starfire: My friends! (Sweeps him into a gigantic hug; Beast Boy resumes human form) How happy I am to see you!
Raven: (Walking in) Ever think about a doorbell?
Cyborg: We can't touch that thing!
Robin: We'll just have to keep trying! We need to surround it!
Cyborg: No! Robin, we really can't touch it! I'm picking up radiation levels that are off the scale!
Starfire: Radiation cannot harm me.
(The figure evacuates itself into the woods, and she begins to fly after it)
Robin: Starfire! Wait!
Red Star: But how? I am not like you, Starfire. Mine is a power I cannot keep inside.
Starfire: Then do not. The greater the struggle against your power, the more it resists. Embrace what you have inside and you will find what you are meant to be.
Red Star: I hope you like Paplepka.
Red Star: We will be victorious, this I know.
Raven: (While watching Red Star beating the crud out of the Radiation Monster) So... what part of "perfect soldier" did they get wrong?
Red Star: I found you outside when my proximity alarm sounded.
Starfire: I am most thankful for that, but why must you isolate yourself? Do I have the germs?
Raven: (While looking at the red star in the sky) Aren't you cold?
Beast Boy: No, not anymore.
(Alarm goes off)
Red Star: (To Raven) That would be the doorbell.
Cyborg: This is great! I'm so hungry I could eat a... huh? Maybe just a glass of water and a toothpick.
Beast Boy: Uh, guys, aren't you forgetting something? Our warm, comfy ship?
Cyborg: Our warm, comfy ship has a fried electrical system and a missing engine.
Robin: We don't have time to fix it now. Are you coming?
Beast Boy: Yeah, I'm coming, but I'm freezing my tail off.
Beast Boy: (About Starfire's hat) C-C-Can I borrow that? (Puts it on) This is fake fur, right?
Beast Boy: (As Red Star shows the Titans some snow mobiles) Sweet! This one has lasers.
Red Star: That one is mine.
Beast Boy: Figures.
Red Star has a Russian accent.
Red Star was originally called Starfire when he first appeared in Teen Titans, #18 (Dec. 1968).
Red Star's real name is Leonid Konstantinovitch Kovar.
YTV airdate: April 10, 2006.
Starfire likes Pochlebka, but Raven, Cyborg, and Beast Boy don't. They didn't show whether or not Robin likes it.
Red Star's power, for the most part, is super strength aided with incredible reflexes. The only problem: an overload of energy will cause a radioactive explosion that can prove fatal at high levels.
Originally scheduled to premiere a week earlier during Toonami (10/22/05), but was pushed back due to the The Batman vs. Dracula movie.
Radiation cannot hurt Starfire.
The hat that Beast Boy was wearing was called an "ushanka" and is traditionally made of rabbit or muskrat fur. So, if he was looking for a fake fur hat, he didn't get his wish.
The radiation monster was born from Red Star's radiation.
This is the second time we see a character apparently die (the first time being Terra in "Aftershock (2)"), although there are qualifications in both cases allowing a possible return.
Villain(s): Radiation Monster.
This episode premiered on a special night & time: Friday, October 28th @ 6:30 PM EST/PST in Miguzi.
Red Star's story is very similar to Terra's in Season 2: both have a destructive power they can't control, both are distrusted because of it, and both end up being destroyed by their power to prevent it from hurting anyone else.
All of the Titans have cold-weather outfits.
In this version, Prof. Chang is the one who gave Red Star his powers (in the flashback).
Opener: A mysterious hooded person rescues a bear, at the same time, chasing off a pair of hunters with an unusual amount of radiation.
Raven creates a much bigger force field in this episode. She also shows us the inside of it, which is very dark.
At the beginning of "For Real," it shows Cyborg in a snowy area, that probably means it's Siberia, in which this episode takes place.
Red Star probably refers to the region he is from. Siberia was part of the former Soviet Union, and one of its symbols was a red star.
Due to his name, it would give reason to believe that Red Star's destructive and tragic secret would most likely be somekind of explosive "Supernova" power, an enormously destructive and powerful ability. This makes sense, because the stars that usually cause real supernovas are small RED stars.
Animated Debut(s): Red Star.
End of episode: the way Red Star's part of the episode ends is much like the Iron Giant's.
The Red Star
This red star Is a five pointed star; the five points on the star were intended to represent the five social groups that would lead Russia to communism: the youth, the military, the industrial laborers, the agricultural workers (peasantry), and the intelligentsia.
Episode: Title & Plot
There is a Black Sabbath song with the same title: "Snowblind." Both the cartoon and the song's lyrics are about "one person suffering in a winterly set." Both suffering from poisons: in the song from likely cocaine-overdose, in the cartoon Red Star because his dangerous superpower.
Red Star: Name
Starfire changed HIS name to Red Star. Red Star first appeared in Teen Titans #18 in 1968 under the name Starfire, but later changes his name in the New Teen Titans #18 in 1982 after the introduction of the Starfire we all know and love.
Red Star: An experiment to create the perfect soldier.
The process and reason Red Star was created are very similar to the origin for Marvel Comics' Captain America, the primary difference being that Red Star is Russian while Captain America is (obviously) American.
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