History Trivia / TeenTitans

25th Aug '16 6:43:19 AM Hydrosoul
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** Pantha is not to be confused with another CatGirl, Pantha, of Warren Publishing, who earlier debuted in ComicBook/{{Vampirella}} #30, in January, 1974.
18th Aug '16 8:56:12 AM CaptainTedium
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** The series itself caused some, as neither ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' nor ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' could use Robin (though Robin did eventually appear in the fourth season of the latter after ''Teen Titans'' was cancelled). This resulted in the former putting Wonder Woman in Jason Todd's place when it adapted "ComicBook/ForTheManWhoHasEverything" and Batgirl appearing before Robin in the latter.

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** The series itself caused some, as neither ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' nor ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' could use Robin (though Robin did eventually appear in the fourth season of the latter after ''Teen Titans'' was cancelled). Robin. This resulted in the former putting Wonder Woman in Jason Todd's place when it adapted "ComicBook/ForTheManWhoHasEverything" and Batgirl appearing before Robin (who made his debut in the fourth season after ''Teen Titans'' was cancelled) in the latter.
18th Aug '16 8:50:41 AM CaptainTedium
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** The series itself caused some, as neither ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' or ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' could use Robin. This resulted in the former putting Wonder Woman in Jason Todd's place when it adapted "ComicBook/ForTheManWhoHasEverything" and Batgirl appearing before Robin in the latter.

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** The series itself caused some, as neither ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' or nor ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' could use Robin.Robin (though Robin did eventually appear in the fourth season of the latter after ''Teen Titans'' was cancelled). This resulted in the former putting Wonder Woman in Jason Todd's place when it adapted "ComicBook/ForTheManWhoHasEverything" and Batgirl appearing before Robin in the latter.
15th May '16 7:32:53 PM merotoker
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** Beast Boy's design was originally [[http://www.titanstower.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/BeastBoy2_Murakami_CNTT.jpg very different]].

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** Beast Boy's design was originally [[http://www.titanstower.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/BeastBoy2_Murakami_CNTT.[[http://webzoom.freewebs.com/loveforteentitans/photos/Character-Models-amp-De/developement%20art%20glen%20murakami%20beast%20boy.jpg very different]].
15th May '16 6:18:42 PM merotoker
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** The quote "You're just jealous cuz I sound like a rock star" is a nod to Creator/GregCipes' actual career as a reggae-ska rock singer.
*** On top of that, Cipes has lived on a vegan diet since age 8, and actually is a professional surfer, so he fits with Beast Boy's [[TotallyRadical lingo.]]

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** The quote "You're just jealous cuz I sound like a rock star" is a nod to Creator/GregCipes' actual career as a reggae-ska rock singer.
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singer. On top of that, Cipes has lived on a vegan diet since age 8, and actually is a professional surfer, so he fits with Beast Boy's [[TotallyRadical lingo.]]



** Because it was forbidden for Wonder Woman or any of her supporting cast to appear on shows where she wasn't a main character at the time, Wonder Girl's only appearances were cameos in the episodes "Homecoming, Part 2" and "Calling All Titans", though she does appear in the tie-in comic book ''Teen Titans Go''.

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** Because it was forbidden for Wonder Woman Franchise/WonderWoman or any of her supporting cast to appear on shows where she wasn't a main character at the time, Wonder Girl's ComicBook/WonderGirl's only appearances were cameos in the episodes "Homecoming, Part 2" and "Calling All Titans", though she does appear in the tie-in comic book ''Teen Titans Go''.''ComicBook/TeenTitansGo''.



** Argent may also Qualify, as she shares her voice actor with Starfire, yet she's found in New Zealand and has a british (or possibly mid-atlantic) accent.
* FandomNod: A "New Teen Titans" short addresses all the guesses about who Red X is, including [[spoiler: Jason Todd, Alfred and Batman]].

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** Argent may also Qualify, qualify, as she shares her voice actor with Starfire, yet she's found in New Zealand and has a british British (or possibly mid-atlantic) mid-Atlantic) accent.
* FandomNod: FandomNod:
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A "New Teen Titans" short addresses all the guesses about who Red X is, including [[spoiler: Jason Todd, Alfred and Batman]].



* MissingEpisode: "The Lost Episode". It featured a villain named Punk Rocket who used a [[InstrumentOfMurder weaponized guitar]]. Punk Rocket would later show up in a very minor role near the end of the 5th season as part of the Brotherhood of Evil.
** In a very odd example of this trope, the episode is neither technically missing or was ever lost. Rather, it was a normal episode that was withheld from broadcast in favor of being an incentive to ''buy cereal.'' You'd buy the cereal, and get a code to enter on that website, where'd you watch it in glorious 2004/5 tiny window with extremely poor quality. It's since been released on the DVD for "Trouble in Tokyo".

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* FollowTheLeader: Try to find an American kids' action cartoon made in the past few years that does not take any cues from this series' success. It's not easy. ''Teen Titans'' solidified the trend of {{Animesque}} action-comedy kids' shows that run on RuleOfCool.
* MissingEpisode: "The Lost Episode". It featured a villain named Punk Rocket who used a [[InstrumentOfMurder weaponized guitar]]. Punk Rocket would later show up in a very minor role near the end of the 5th season as part of the Brotherhood of Evil.
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Evil. In a very odd example of this trope, the episode is neither technically missing or was ever lost. Rather, it was a normal episode that was withheld from broadcast in favor of being an incentive to ''buy cereal.'' You'd buy the cereal, and get a code to enter on that website, where'd you watch it in glorious 2004/5 tiny window with extremely poor quality. It's since been released on the DVD for "Trouble in Tokyo".



** This Dr. Light did ''not'' create VideoGame/MegaMan, nor is he [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague a Japanese woman]].

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** This Dr. Light did ''not'' create VideoGame/MegaMan, Franchise/MegaMan, nor is he [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague a Japanese woman]].



* PostScriptSeason: Season 5.



* TalkingToHimself: In Venezuela, Robin and Beast Boy were both voiced by Ezequiel Serrano.

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* TalkingToHimself: TalkingToHimself:
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In Venezuela, Robin and Beast Boy were both voiced by Ezequiel Serrano.



* VocalEvolution: GregCipes's voice broke halfway through season 1, forcing him to use a higher voice which became his trademark.

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* VocalEvolution: GregCipes's VocalEvolution:
** Creator/GregCipes's
voice broke halfway through season 1, forcing him to use a higher voice which became his trademark.



** Derrick Wyatt, the art director, [[http://derrickjwyatt.deviantart.com/art/Titans-Scissors-Paper-Stone-297832311 drew characters from an obscure Teen Titans story]] called "Titans: Scissors, Paper, Stone", and states that he expressed interest in using them in the show. They didn't get used until a DC Nation short called "Turn Back The Clock".

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** Derrick Wyatt, the art director, [[http://derrickjwyatt.deviantart.com/art/Titans-Scissors-Paper-Stone-297832311 [[http://loveforteentitans.webs.com/apps/photos/photo?photoid=166272517 drew characters from an obscure Teen Titans story]] called "Titans: Scissors, Paper, Stone", and states that he expressed interest in using them in the show. They didn't get used until a DC Nation short called "Turn Back The Clock".



** In the ''Mad Mod'' episode, a completely different song was meant for the chase scene, sung by none other than Creator/HyndenWalch herself. It was replaced with PuffyAmiYumi's song called "[=K2G=]". The original song can be found in the extras of the season one DVD release.

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** In the ''Mad Mod'' "Mad Mod" episode, a completely different song was meant for the chase scene, sung by none other than Creator/HyndenWalch herself. It was replaced with PuffyAmiYumi's Music/PuffyAmiYumi's song called "[=K2G=]". The original song can be found in the extras of the season one DVD release.



** The "Team Titans", a team of future-borne characters with horrifyingly "90s" stereotypes. The Team Titans and their book were also subject to further meddling, as both Marv Wolfman and Phil Jimenez were not allowed to follow through with some plot points they'd set up by the end, or had their plans utterly changed by editorial (such as the identity of the Team Titans' mysterious leader [[note]]He was originally intended to be a 20-something BackFromTheDead Danny Chase, but was made into Hank Hall to tie into Zero Hour[[/note]])
** The removal of Nightwing from the book and the restriction on portrayals of Nightwing and Tim Drake since the 90s, lasting up until Teen Titans volume 3. The "Arsenal-led" team was explicitly forbidden to use Nightwing; similarly, despite winning a fan contest in which he was a choice to join the Atom-led Teen Titans, Batman editors refused to honor the contest and allow Dan Jurgens to use Tim Drake in the Titans, leading to Jurgens having to substitute Captain Marvel Jr. in his place. Nightwing was also forbidden from being heavily utilized in the Jurgens run aside from limited cameos, while the original series treatment had him as a mentor to the new team. [[note]]During this time period, the Batoffice was enforcing an "Urban Legend" retcon with all Bat-related characters, in which the general public didn't believe that "The Batman" was real. This resulted in the heavy restrictions on Nightwing and Robin in both Teen Titans and Young Justice.[[/note]]

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** The "Team Titans", a team of future-borne characters with horrifyingly "90s" stereotypes. The Team Titans and their book were also subject to further meddling, as both Marv Wolfman and Phil Jimenez were not allowed to follow through with some plot points they'd set up by the end, or had their plans utterly changed by editorial (such as the identity of the Team Titans' mysterious leader [[note]]He was originally intended to be a 20-something BackFromTheDead Danny Chase, but was made into Hank Hall to tie into Zero Hour[[/note]])
''ComicBook/ZeroHour''[[/note]])
** The removal of Nightwing from the book and the restriction on portrayals of Nightwing and Tim Drake since the 90s, lasting up until Teen Titans volume 3. The "Arsenal-led" team was explicitly forbidden to use Nightwing; similarly, despite winning a fan contest in which he was a choice to join the Atom-led Teen Titans, Batman editors refused to honor the contest and allow Dan Jurgens to use Tim Drake in the Titans, leading to Jurgens having to substitute Captain Marvel Jr. in his place. Nightwing was also forbidden from being heavily utilized in the Jurgens run aside from limited cameos, while the original series treatment had him as a mentor to the new team. [[note]]During this time period, the Batoffice was enforcing an "Urban Legend" retcon with all Bat-related characters, in which the general public didn't believe that "The Batman" was real. This resulted in the heavy restrictions on Nightwing and Robin in both Teen Titans ''Teen Titans'' and Young Justice.''Young Justice''.[[/note]]



*** Speaking of Jay Faerber, according to [[AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]], when Faerber got the Titans book to himself, he had several plans for the series that would go forward once things got going. However, new editor Andrew Helfer apparently wasn't as well versed in the Titans compared with the previous editor, and due to some mandates, rejections and changes to the forthcoming script, what Faerber turned out for Titans 26-50 didn't exactly please everyone.

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*** Speaking of Jay Faerber, according to [[AtopTheFourthWall [[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]], when Faerber got the Titans book to himself, he had several plans for the series that would go forward once things got going. However, new editor Andrew Helfer apparently wasn't as well versed in the Titans compared with the previous editor, and due to some mandates, rejections and changes to the forthcoming script, what Faerber turned out for Titans 26-50 didn't exactly please everyone.



** Geoff Johns' story plans were complicated by ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, causing several plot threads to be rushed, changed, or dropped completely. Johns would later imply that having to kill off Superboy to spare Nightwing's life had thrown a wrench into the later plots he'd drafted. Impulse becoming Kid Flash was also a mandate by Eddie Berganza (the editor at the time) who saw it as a way to make him more of a "brand" character for the Flash family, while Johns went along with it as he saw it as a chance to mature Bart. Johns eventually bowed out of the title mid-"Titans East" arc, having only written the outlines and leaving Adam Beechen to finish up the rest.
*** Issue 47 was originally drafted as a story where Duela Dent got to join the volume 3 team after "Titans East", which would set her up to be a more active character. Due to the creation of Countdown and Duela being killed off to start the event, the plot was altered to be a tie-in with the Titans mourning her death.
** It's speculated that Sean [=McKeever=] left the book because of this, specifically the death of Kid Devil, one of his favorite characters. A planned resurrection arc for the character was also shot down. This was, according to Dan Didio, done so as the establish the new "death is permanent" policy after Blackest Night (which didn't last anyway), but since he specifically pointed out Kid Devil, it's pretty safe to assume Didio simply doesn't like that character. A few years later he would [[http://comicbloc.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1602290&postcount=27 confirm this]]. He tactfully calls it "creative differences".
** Lobdell started out writing the book intending to carry over some themes and traditions from the old continuity. However, at some point, he was informed that this particular team had to be the first and only iteration of the Titans, it was decided that Tim Drake was always and only Red Robin, and in his Superboy book he was informed to completely reboot that character as well. The part that makes this egregious is that most of the above was retroactively added into issue reprints after the initial issues had been released and he had planted the seeds for a previous team.

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** Geoff Johns' Creator/GeoffJohns' story plans were complicated by ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis, ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'', causing several plot threads to be rushed, changed, or dropped completely. Johns would later imply that having to kill off Superboy to spare Nightwing's life had thrown a wrench into the later plots he'd drafted. Impulse becoming Kid Flash was also a mandate by Eddie Berganza (the editor at the time) who saw it as a way to make him more of a "brand" character for the Flash family, while Johns went along with it as he saw it as a chance to mature Bart. Johns eventually bowed out of the title mid-"Titans East" arc, having only written the outlines and leaving Adam Beechen to finish up the rest.
*** Issue 47 was originally drafted as a story where Duela Dent got to join the volume 3 team after "Titans East", which would set her up to be a more active character. Due to the creation of Countdown ''ComicBook/{{Countdown|ToFinalCrisis}}'' and Duela being killed off to start the event, the plot was altered to be a tie-in with the Titans mourning her death.
** It's speculated that Sean [=McKeever=] left the book because of this, specifically the death of Kid Devil, one of his favorite characters. A planned resurrection arc for the character was also shot down. This was, according to Dan Didio, Creator/DanDidio, done so as the establish the new "death is permanent" policy after Blackest Night ''ComicBook/BlackestNight'' (which didn't last anyway), but since he specifically pointed out Kid Devil, it's pretty safe to assume Didio simply doesn't like that character. A few years later he would [[http://comicbloc.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1602290&postcount=27 confirm this]]. He tactfully calls it "creative differences".
** Lobdell Creator/ScottLobdell started out writing the book intending to carry over some themes and traditions from the old continuity. However, at some point, he was informed that this particular team had to be the first and only iteration of the Titans, it was decided that Tim Drake was always and only Red Robin, and in his Superboy book he was informed to completely reboot that character as well. The part that makes this egregious is that most of the above was retroactively added into issue reprints after the initial issues had been released and he had planted the seeds for a previous team.



* FollowTheLeader: [[TropesAreNotBad A positive example, since the New Teen Titans were arguably the high point of the title.]] Still - take two up-and-coming talents from Marvel, and give them a Sixties team that has potential but not much success. Keep some of the original cast, and add a more varied group of newcomers. Include a character that debuted in another title and looks to become a breakout star (named Logan, for bonus points) and [[Comicbook/XMen what have you got?]].

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* FollowTheLeader: [[TropesAreNotBad [[TropesAreTools A positive example, since the New Teen Titans were arguably the high point of the title.]] Still - take two up-and-coming talents from Marvel, and give them a Sixties team that has potential but not much success. Keep some of the original cast, and add a more varied group of newcomers. Include a character that debuted in another title and looks to become a breakout star (named Logan, for bonus points) and [[Comicbook/XMen what have you got?]].



*** Originally there was to be a subplot with this Terra in the ''52'' series and World War 3, in which she would have been driven to insanity by the paranoia of being the original Terra and wind up becoming a villain. She would then be killed by Atlee in self-defense, while trying to take down the Titans. A reference to this scrapped plot was made in the Terra miniseries, due to the first few issues of the series having been written during the original plan.

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*** Originally there was to be a subplot with this Terra in the ''52'' series and World ''World War 3, 3'', in which she would have been driven to insanity by the paranoia of being the original Terra and wind up becoming a villain. She would then be killed by Atlee in self-defense, while trying to take down the Titans. A reference to this scrapped plot was made in the Terra miniseries, due to the first few issues of the series having been written during the original plan.
2nd May '16 12:16:02 AM EricW
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*** Speaking of Jay Faerber, according to [[AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]], when Faerber got the Titans book to himself, he had several plans for the series that would go forward once things got going. However, new editor Andrew Helfer apparently wasn't as well versed in the Titans compared with the previous editor, and due to some mandates, rejections and changes to the forthcoming script, what Faerber turned out for Titans 26-50 didn't exactly please everyone.
*** To name one example, the original plan for Epsilon was to make him a reborn Danny Chase. A way to turn a less liked character into something more interesting and accepted through good writing. But then Helfer vetoed it for what we got instead.
25th Apr '16 7:15:27 PM Anicomicgeek
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* ExiledFromContinuity: Because it was forbidden for Wonder Woman or any of her supporting cast to appear on shows where she wasn't a main character at the time, Wonder Girl's only appearances were cameos in the episodes "Homecoming, Part 2" and "Calling All Titans", though she does appear in the tie-in comic book ''Teen Titans Go''.

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* ExiledFromContinuity: ExiledFromContinuity:
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Because it was forbidden for Wonder Woman or any of her supporting cast to appear on shows where she wasn't a main character at the time, Wonder Girl's only appearances were cameos in the episodes "Homecoming, Part 2" and "Calling All Titans", though she does appear in the tie-in comic book ''Teen Titans Go''.Go''.
** The series itself caused some, as neither ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' or ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' could use Robin. This resulted in the former putting Wonder Woman in Jason Todd's place when it adapted "ComicBook/ForTheManWhoHasEverything" and Batgirl appearing before Robin in the latter.



* HeyItsThatVoice
** Creator/XanderBerkeley as Warp, Mento and General Immortus, Peter Onorati as Robotman and Judge Reinhold as Negative Man.
** Creator/KharyPayton (Cyborg) is well known for playing [[VideoGame/DeusEx African-American smugglers ]][[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots with white hair]]
** Of course, the show has Michael Rosenbaum and Creator/WilWheaton as two of the original sidekick-based Titans from the 60's, Kid Flash and Aqualad. Not to mention the turn Speedy's VA took in playing the character in [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague JLU]], the closest the two continuities ever really got.
** Creator/MichaelRosenbaum voicing Kid Flash would count as a sort-of crossover, too, as he voiced Flash on ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague''. The Flash on the show was identified as Wally West and the Kid Flash on ''Teen Titans'' is clearly based on West.
** Creator/RonPerlman is Slade.
** And let's not forget Creator/LaurenTom ([[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Amy Wong]]) as Jinx and Gizmo, thought the latter is a bit difficult to tell, [[CrossDressingVoices being a boy and all]].
** The voices of the main Titans can be heard in other shows. For example, [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Nia]] sounds like [[Creator/HyndenWalch Starfire]], [[WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperForceGo Chiro]] sounds like [[Creator/GregCipes Beast Boy]], etc.
** Creator/KeithDavid is Atlas.
** Most of the main cast (with the exception of [[Creator/HyndenWalch Starfire]], but throw in [[Creator/AshleyJohnson Terra]]) later showed up in the ''{{Ben 10}}'', with [[Creator/TaraStrong Raven]] as young!Ben, young!Upgade, ''OS''!Asult Gwen; ''Ultimate Alien''!Serena, and Princess Attea; [[Creator/ScottMenville Robin]] as Jimmy Jones, Spanner, and ''Omniverse''!Ken [[spoiler: the latter two are the same character]]; [[Creator/GregCipes Beast Boy]] as teenage!Kevin and sequel series!young Kevin, [[Creator/AshleyJohnson Terra]] as teenage!Gwen, ''OV''!young Gwen, and ''OV''!adult Gwen; and [[Creator/KharyPayton Cyborg]] as Hex and Manny.
** Creator/TomKane guest-stars as "Bob" in ''Employee of the Month''.
** Creator/RodgerBumpass is Dr. Light.
** Creator/TomKenny is Mumbo and Fixit.
** Creator/ScottMenville is Robin.
** Creator/GregCipes is Beast Boy.
** Creator/AshleyJohnson is Terra.
** Music/HenryRollins is Johnny Rancid.
** Mother Mae-Eye is [[Series/HRPufnstuf Witchie-poo!]]
** Creator/MalcolmMcDowell is Mad Mod.
** Creator/QuintonFlynn is Lightning.
** Creator/KevinMichaelRichardson is Trigon([[TheOtherDarrin in Season 4, that is]]), See-More, and Mammoth.
** Creator/WillFriedle is Fang.
** Thomas Haden Church ([[Film/{{Sideways}} Jack Lopate]], [[Film/SpiderMan3 Sandman]]) is Killer Moth.
** Creator/TaraStrong is Raven, Kitten, Elasti-Girl, and Kole.
** Creator/HyndenWalch is Starfire, Argent, Blackfire, and Madame Rouge.
** [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas The Mayor of Halloween Town]] is The Brain [[TalkingToHimself and]] Monsieur Mallah.
** Creator/JimCummings is the Master of Games.
** Creator/KeithSzarabajka is Trigon in his first appearance.
** Creator/JohnDiMaggio is Brother Blood.
** Creator/ClancyBrown is Triton.
** Kai and Cron, the two SpacePolice officers who're after Blackfire in "Sisters", are respectively voiced by Creator/RinoRomano and Creator/DavidSobolov.
** Freddy Rodriguez ([[Series/SixFeetUnder Federico Diaz]]) is Mas y Menos.
** The Puppet King was voiced by Tracey Walter, who also played the Joker's henchman Bob the Goon in ''Film/{{Batman}}''.
** In the Japanese dub:
*** Robin and Mas y Menos are [[Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex Pazu]]
*** [[Creator/KoukiMiyata Beast Boy]] is [[Manga/SoulHunter Nataku]] & [[WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb Phineas]].
*** [[Creator/NatsukoKuwatani Terra]] is [[VideoGame/SengokuBasara Kasuga]] and [[Manga/RozenMaiden Suiseiseki]], ''desu''
*** Slade is [[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam Algo Gulskii]] and [[VideoGame/{{Tekken}} Ganryu]]
*** [[Creator/HanaTakeda Bumblebee]] is [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Kurotsuchi]]
*** [[Creator/MayumiAsano Blackfire]] is [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Haku]] and [[Anime/{{Vandread}} Gascoigne]]
*** [[Creator/MakotoIshii Lightning]] is [[Anime/FafnerInTheAzureDeadAggressor Kazuki Makabe]]
*** Red Star is [[VideoGame/StreetFighterIV Akuma]]
*** [[Creator/GoInoue Kid Flash]] is [[VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOperationExtend Seishiro Kusanagi]]
*** [[Creator/TetsuShiratori Puppet King]] is [[Anime/CodeGeass Lloyd Asplund]] and [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEED Sai Argyle]].
*** [[Creator/KunihikoYasui Warp]] is [[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters Iori Yagami]]
*** [[Creator/JojiNakata The Master Of Games]] is [[Manga/{{Hellsing}} Alucard]] and [[Manga/KeroroGunsou Giroro]].
*** [[Creator/YuichiNagashima Prof. Chang]] is [[Manga/OnePiece Brook]]
*** [[Creator/IsshinChiba Trigon]] is [[VideoGame/{{Tekken}} Jin Kazama]]
*** Monsieur Mallah is [[Anime/QueensBlade Count Vance]]
** In the Brazilian dub:
*** Robin is [[WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures Hamton J. Pig]] and [[WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers Porky Pig/Cadet]].
*** Starfire and Beast Boy are [[Film/HarryPotter Hermione and Ron]]. Also, Starfire is [[WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls Buttercup]] and Beast Boy is [[WesternAnimation/BenTen Ben Tennyson]].
*** Cyborg is [[MarvelCinematicUniverse Jarvis and the Vision]].
*** Raven voice actress also voiced [[NamesThesame another]] [[ThatsSoRaven Raven]].
*** Slade is [[Series/{{Smallville}} Jonathan Kent]].
*** Terra and Bumblebee are [[WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee Juniper Lee and Ray-Ray]].
*** Thunder is [[DCAnimatedUniverse Batman]].
*** Lightning is [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueUnlimited Ray Palmer a.k.a. the Atom]].
*** Red Star is [[WesternAnimation/JohnnyBravo Johnny Bravo]].
*** Mad Mod, following the M alliteration, is [[WesternAnimation/TheTransformers Megatron]] and [[WesternAnimation/XMen Magneto]].
*** Trigon is [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague John Stewart]].



** In a very odd example of this trope, the episode is neither technically missing or was ever lost. Rather, it was a normal episode that was withheld from broadcast in favor of being an incentive to ''buy cereal.'' You'd buy the cereal, and get a code to enter on that website, where'd you watch it in glorious 2004/5 tiny window with extremely poor quality.

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** In a very odd example of this trope, the episode is neither technically missing or was ever lost. Rather, it was a normal episode that was withheld from broadcast in favor of being an incentive to ''buy cereal.'' You'd buy the cereal, and get a code to enter on that website, where'd you watch it in glorious 2004/5 tiny window with extremely poor quality. It's since been released on the DVD for "Trouble in Tokyo".



** This Dr. Light did ''not'' create VideoGame/MegaMan.
*** Nor is he [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague a Japanese woman]].

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** This Dr. Light did ''not'' create VideoGame/MegaMan.
*** Nor
VideoGame/MegaMan, nor is he [[WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague a Japanese woman]].



** TomKenny, whose expertise is portraying zany and wacky goofballs, as the creepy and unsettling Fixit. Only further highlighted by him playing perfectly in-type as Mumbo in the same episode.

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** TomKenny, Creator/TomKenny, whose expertise is portraying zany and wacky goofballs, as the creepy and unsettling Fixit. Only further highlighted by him playing perfectly in-type as Mumbo in the same episode.
8th Apr '16 2:53:27 PM costanton11
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** Creator/HyndenWalch, known for playing kind-hearted heroines, as Madame Rouge and Blackfire.

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** Creator/HyndenWalch, known for playing kind-hearted heroines, as the villainous Madame Rouge and Blackfire.
3rd Apr '16 5:26:08 PM ProfessorGrimm
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** There was a proposed live-action adaptation that was suppose to air on TNT, but it never made it pass the pilot stage.
29th Mar '16 2:48:41 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** The voices of the main Titans can be heard in other shows. For example, [[Anime/GurrenLagann Nia]] sounds like [[Creator/HyndenWalch Starfire]], [[WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperForceGo Chiro]] sounds like [[Creator/GregCipes Beast Boy]], etc.

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** The voices of the main Titans can be heard in other shows. For example, [[Anime/GurrenLagann [[Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann Nia]] sounds like [[Creator/HyndenWalch Starfire]], [[WesternAnimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperForceGo Chiro]] sounds like [[Creator/GregCipes Beast Boy]], etc.
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