History Comicbook / TeenTitansGo

7th Nov '17 5:42:21 PM thatother1dude
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** When "Beast Boy" is forced to participate in GladiatorGames in Issue #31, his captor refers to him as "Changeling", which was another of Beast Boy's {{Code Name}}s in the comics.
** 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.



** 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.
7th Nov '17 4:42:30 PM thatother1dude
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** 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 peek, Secret and Lobo of ''ComicBook/YoungJustice.''

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** 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
The ''Teen Titans'' cartoon AdaptedOut Chief from its version of the Silver Age, and in ComicBook/DoomPatrol. In Issue #28, Mento mentioned Beast Boy had a blink and you'll miss it peek, Secret and Lobo of ''ComicBook/YoungJustice.''puppy named "Chief".


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** 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 peek, Secret and Lobo of ''ComicBook/YoungJustice.''
21st Oct '17 9:03:02 AM luiz4200
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** In Issue #55, Beast Boy refers to his childhood home as ''[[Series/{{Batman}} "Stately]]'' Dayton Manor".
5th Oct '17 3:14:08 PM luiz4200
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** In Issue #48, during a battle between the Teen Titans and the Teen Tyrants, Beast Boy turns into a rabbit and Speedy's Teen Tyrant counterpart says [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes "Be very, very quiet! I'm hunting rabbit!"]].
29th Sep '17 5:58:01 PM luiz4200
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* OriginsEpisode:
** Issue #45 features Beast Boy's and Cyborg's origins.
** Issue #47 features Robin's origin.
26th Sep '17 7:23:40 PM luiz4200
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* VanityLicensePlate: Cyborg once had a car with CBG - 010 as a license plate. Surprisingly, it was ''before'' he became '''C'''y'''b'''or'''g'''.
26th Sep '17 7:00:27 PM luiz4200
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** After Beast Boy tells his origin to some kids, one of them suggests he must've been bitten [[Franchise/SpiderMan by some radioactive dork]]. Early on that story, Beast Boy said he was bitten by a radioactive unicorn from another dimension.



* UnreliableNarrator: In Issue #40, some H.I.V.E. 5 villains recall past run-ins with the Teen Titans. The flashbacks show that, in most cases, escaping the heroes took more luck and less skill than their narrations suggest.

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In Issue #40, some H.I.V.E. 5 villains recall past run-ins with the Teen Titans. The flashbacks show that, in most cases, escaping the heroes took more luck and less skill than their narrations suggest.suggest.
** When Beast Boy narrates his origin, he messes up several details and keeps forgetting where his parents were and which creature they were dealing with.
18th Sep '17 7:13:10 PM luiz4200
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* LeastRhymableWord: In Issue #42, Raven asks the readers "Why do poets hate the colors orange, purple, and silver?". The answer is "Well, you try coming up with rhymes for those words!".


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* OutOfCharacterAlert: In Issue #42, after [[spoiler:the Teen Titans think they got all parts of Raven's personality back, Robin finds it odd "she didn't so much as frown at Beast Boy" for causing that mess in the first place. The Trigon-eyed Raven is still at large and shows a [[SequelHook "the end?" sign]].]]
15th Sep '17 7:51:17 PM luiz4200
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* DisappointedByTheMotive: In Issue #41, Raven is disappointed that [[spoiler:Kitten's evil alter egos were just a way to get her father's attention.]]



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* OffOnATechnicality: In Issue #41, Killer Moth is free and says he paid his debt to society. Raven says he "got off on some pointless technicality".
15th Sep '17 7:45:15 PM luiz4200
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* WhenYouComingHomeDad: [[spoiler:Killer Moth's]] daughter did what she did in Issue #41 to get his attention because he's distracted with some [[TakeOverTheWorld world domination plot]].
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