History ComicBook / TeenTitansGo

29th Jan '16 11:33:15 PM C2
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If you're looking for the 2013 semi-revival cartoon, [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo go here.]] It is also not to be confused with the comic book with the same title based on the revived series, officially termed by DC as volume 2 of this series.
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If you're looking for the 2013 semi-revival cartoon, [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo go here.]] It is also not to be confused with the digital comic book with the same title based on the revived series, officially termed by DC as volume 2 of this series.
23rd Jan '16 4:45:42 AM CaptainTedium
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Removing unnecessary commas I overlooked in the previous edit.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: An interesting example is given in the issue explaining the origins of Cyborg and Beast Boy. Cyborg's origin establishes, that his mother is still alive, and helped his father fit their son with his robotic parts, even though she was killed in the same accident that injured her son in the original comics and is implied to be deceased in the animated series this comic book is based on.
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: An interesting example is given in the issue explaining the origins of Cyborg and Beast Boy. Cyborg's origin establishes, establishes that his mother is still alive, alive and helped his father fit their son with his robotic parts, parts even though she was killed in the same accident that injured her son in the original comics and is implied to be deceased in the animated series this comic book is based on.
23rd Jan '16 4:44:29 AM CaptainTedium
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Removing some unnecessary commas.
* SparedByTheAdaptation: An interesting example is given in the issue explaining the origins of Cyborg and Beast Boy. Cyborg's origin establishes, that his mother is still alive, and helped his father fit their son with his robotic parts, even though she was killed in the same accident, that injured her son in the original comics, and is implied to be deceased in the animated series, this comic book is based on.
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: An interesting example is given in the issue explaining the origins of Cyborg and Beast Boy. Cyborg's origin establishes, that his mother is still alive, and helped his father fit their son with his robotic parts, even though she was killed in the same accident, accident that injured her son in the original comics, comics and is implied to be deceased in the animated series, series this comic book is based on.
16th Jan '16 7:16:50 PM disneyphilip
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* ShipTease: Between Beast Boy and Raven.
8th Jan '16 11:28:54 AM aye_amber
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8th Jan '16 11:27:58 AM aye_amber
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8th Jan '16 11:26:37 AM aye_amber
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* LotusEaterMachine: 38, "It's a Mod, Mod, Mod, Mod World". * MagicSkirt: Weirdly disregarded for issue 20; turns out Blackfire wears shorts under her skirt. * MarsNeedsWomen: Or rather [[MadScientist Braboldian scientists]] [[MarsNeedsWomen want]] [[StockSuperpowers superpowered]] [[MarsNeedsWomen females]] [[ForScience for their experiments]]; issue 36, "Troy". * MesACrowd: "Pieces of Me": Raven's "emoticlones" are let loose by accident and several of them run amuck throughout the city.
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* LotusEaterMachine: 38, "It's a Mod, Mod, Mod, Mod World". World." * MagicSkirt: Weirdly disregarded for issue 20; Issue #20; turns out Blackfire wears shorts under her skirt. * MarsNeedsWomen: Or rather [[MadScientist Braboldian scientists]] [[MarsNeedsWomen want]] [[StockSuperpowers superpowered]] super powered]] [[MarsNeedsWomen females]] [[ForScience for their experiments]]; issue 36, "Troy". Issue #36, "Troy." * MesACrowd: "Pieces of Me": Me:" Raven's "emoticlones" are let loose by accident accident, and several of them run amuck throughout the city.

** Issue 18 has Larry put the Titans "all back the way you should be":
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** Issue 18 #18 has Larry put the Titans "all back the way you should be":be:"

** Raven gets a [[LampshadeHanging lampshade]] hung on her more goth-like appearance. ** There's also the Terror Titans of Issue 48, three of whom are Red Robin, Arsenal and Tempest -- the same names used by certain older versions of Robin, Speedy and Aqualad. As their team name indicates, they're decidedly twisted versions. ** That same issue features Raven opening doors to various alternate realities, including the original-flavor ''Teen Titans'' from the Silver Age and, in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it peak, Secret and Lobo of ''ComicBook/YoungJustice''. ** In issue 39, a Valentine's Day issue, Speedy and Chesire get hit by an arrow and fall in love. In the comics, they briefly fell in love and had a child together.
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** Raven gets a [[LampshadeHanging lampshade]] hung on her more goth-like goth like appearance. ** There's also the Terror Titans of Issue 48, #48, three of whom are Red Robin, Arsenal Arsenal, and Tempest -- the same names used by certain older versions of Robin, Speedy Speedy, and Aqualad. As their team name indicates, they're decidedly twisted versions. ** That same issue features Raven opening doors to various alternate realities, including the original-flavor original flavor ''Teen Titans'' from the Silver Age and, Age, and in a blink-and-you'll-miss-it peak, blink and you'll miss it peek, Secret and Lobo of ''ComicBook/YoungJustice''. ''ComicBook/YoungJustice.'' ** In issue 39, Issue #39, a Valentine's Day issue, Speedy and Chesire Cheshire get hit by an arrow arrow, and fall in love. In the comics, they briefly fell in love love, and had a child together.

* NiceJobFixingItVillain: According to the Wildfire issue, Blackfire has sold off Starfire to the Gordanians to keep them from invading Tamaran. Watching the episode "Go!" from the main cartoon shows how well this turned out. * RaceLift: Although a minor example (as the series was cancelled before he or others could be developed), the cameo of Golden Eagle falls under this. In the original comics, he's a blond Californian teenager. In ''Go!'', he's revamped to be an Egyptian boy, probably to tie him better into the original Hawkman mythology.
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* NiceJobFixingItVillain: According to the Wildfire issue, Blackfire has sold off Starfire to the Gordanians Gordanians, to keep them from invading Tamaran. Watching the episode "Go!" from the main cartoon shows how well this turned out. * RaceLift: Although a minor example (as the series was cancelled before he or others could be developed), the cameo of Golden Eagle falls under this. In the original comics, he's a blond Californian teenager. In ''Go!'', ''Go!,'' he's revamped to be an Egyptian boy, probably to tie him better into the original Hawkman mythology.

** Issue 16 has a pretty big surprise for the Titans, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny especially Beast Boy]]. [[spoiler:The child Starfire has been spending the day with at the mall, trying to help him find his parents? He's their ally ''Wildebeest!'']] ** The first half of issue 47, "Regarding Robin", reveals without a doubt that Robin is in fact [[spoiler:Dick Grayson.]] ** According to "Metamorphosis", [[spoiler: the schoolgirl ''is'' Terra. [[BigBrotherInstinct Geo-Force can tell]].]]
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** Issue 16 #16 has a pretty big surprise for the Titans, [[CrowningMomentOfFunny especially Beast Boy]]. [[spoiler:The Boy.]] [[spoiler: The child Starfire has been spending the day with at the mall, trying to help him find his parents? He's their ally ''Wildebeest!'']] ** The first half of issue 47, Issue #47, "Regarding Robin", Robin," reveals without a doubt doubt, that Robin is in fact [[spoiler:Dick [[spoiler: Dick Grayson.]] ** According to "Metamorphosis", "Metamorphosis," [[spoiler: the schoolgirl ''is'' Terra. [[BigBrotherInstinct Geo-Force can tell]].]]

* [[RiseOfZitboy Rise of Zitgirl]]: Raven in issue 5, "Monster Zit".
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* [[RiseOfZitboy Rise of Zitgirl]]: Raven in issue 5, Issue #5, "Monster Zit".Zit."

** Starfire pretty vocally ships Cyborg/Sarah Simms, playing Cupid for them and arranging their date in the Valentine's issue of ''Teen Titans Go!'' (#27). ** Robin takes Starfire on a date in issue #4, with Beast Boy and Cyborg following along to annoy him with advice.
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** Starfire pretty vocally ships Cyborg/Sarah Cyborg / Sarah Simms, playing Cupid for them them, and arranging their date in the Valentine's issue of ''Teen Titans Go!'' (#27). ** Robin takes Starfire on a date in issue Issue #4, with Beast Boy and Cyborg Cyborg, following along to annoy him with advice.

** Riddle in issue 9 says "[[WarGames A game in which only winning move is not to play.]] What am I?" ** In issue #20, we can see that Speedy's handle in multiplayer game is Shaft, which is also the name of Speedy's {{expy}} from {{Youngblood}}. ** The artist tends to cram in tons of references to ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''. * SnapBack: There are stories that clearly take place ''after'' the fifth and final season of the show, and yet nearly every villain in the show's run was frozen in the end. * SparedByTheAdaptation: An interesting example is given in the issue explaining the origins of Cyborg and Beast Boy. Cyborg's origin establishes that his mother is still alive and helped his father fit their son with his robotic parts even though she was killed in the same accident that injured her son in the original comics and is implied to be deceased in the animated series this comic book is based on. * SuperDeformed: Other than the margin-gags, there's also issue 18, "When Chibis Attack". Raven even explicitly refers to their tiny counterparts as "chibi". * TakeThatAudience: In "Stupid Cupid", Raven remarks on how all the "shipping" is stupid, after Larry attempts to pair up all the Titans with each other. Depending on the fan, they might have either liked it, hated it, or felt indifferent.
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** Riddle in issue 9 Issue #9 says "[[WarGames "[[Film/WarGames A game in which only winning move is not to play.]] What am I?" ** In issue Issue #20, we can see that Speedy's handle in multiplayer game games is Shaft, "Shaft," which is also the name of Speedy's {{expy}} from {{Youngblood}}. ** The artist tends to cram in tons of references to ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000''. ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000.'' * SnapBack: There are stories that clearly take place ''after'' ''after,'' the fifth and final season of the show, and yet nearly every villain in the show's run run, was frozen in the end. * SparedByTheAdaptation: An interesting example is given in the issue explaining the origins of Cyborg and Beast Boy. Cyborg's origin establishes establishes, that his mother is still alive alive, and helped his father fit their son with his robotic parts parts, even though she was killed in the same accident accident, that injured her son in the original comics comics, and is implied to be deceased in the animated series series, this comic book is based on. * SuperDeformed: Other than the margin-gags, margin gags, there's also issue 18, Issue #18: "When Chibis Attack". Attack." Raven even explicitly refers to their tiny counterparts as "chibi". "chibi." * TakeThatAudience: In "Stupid Cupid", Cupid," Raven remarks on how all the "shipping" is stupid, after Larry attempts to pair up up, all the Titans with each other. Depending on the fan, they might have either liked it, hated it, or felt indifferent. indifferent.
7th Jan '16 5:20:55 AM CaptainTedium
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** The 36th issue has Robin work together with Speedy, Aqualad, Kid Flash, and Wonder Girl. In the original comics, they were the members of the first Teen Titans.
4th Jan '16 4:55:04 AM CaptainTedium
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* InnocentFanserviceGirl: Starfire does not react to ending up naked near the end of the eighth issue and is even oblivious of Cyborg and Robin staring at her with amused grins.

* [[InnocentFanserviceGirl No Nudity Taboo]]: Starfire, according to the end of Issue 8.

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* [[InnocentFanserviceGirl No Nudity Taboo]]: Starfire, according to SparedByTheAdaptation: An interesting example is given in the end issue explaining the origins of Issue 8.Cyborg and Beast Boy. Cyborg's origin establishes that his mother is still alive and helped his father fit their son with his robotic parts even though she was killed in the same accident that injured her son in the original comics and is implied to be deceased in the animated series this comic book is based on.
12th Oct '15 3:37:42 AM C2
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If you're looking for the 2013 semi-revival cartoon, [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo go here.]] It is also not to be confused with the comic book with the same title based on the revived series.
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If you're looking for the 2013 semi-revival cartoon, [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo go here.]] It is also not to be confused with the comic book with the same title based on the revived series, officially termed by DC as volume 2 of this series.
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