History Trivia / TeenTitans

15th Sep '17 12:39:41 PM bitemytail
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** Believe or not they still exist they're just not very common or popular anymore.
28th Apr '17 5:42:06 PM WelcomeToYourTape
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** Believe or not they still exist they're just not very common or popular anymore.
17th Feb '17 6:24:57 PM C2
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* 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 (if half-length) 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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* 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 (if half-length) [[QuarterHourShort half-length]]) 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".
15th Feb '17 3:13:18 AM C2
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* 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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* 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 (if half-length) 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".
6th Nov '16 6:42:01 AM XSpectreGreyX
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** Gnnark was never a Titan in Post-Crisis continuity, although some artists (such as Justiniano) would try to sneak him in as a cameo to later "Titans West" flashblacks. His only canonical appearance in Post-Crisis continuity was in a flashback issue as a frozen Neanderthal that had a psychic connection with Lilith, but eventually died.

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** Gnnark was never a Titan in Post-Crisis continuity, although some artists (such as Justiniano) would try to sneak him in as a cameo to later "Titans West" flashblacks. His only canonical appearance in Post-Crisis continuity was in a flashback issue as a frozen Neanderthal that had a psychic connection with Lilith, but eventually died. Funnily, he was reintroduced to the team in ''ComicBook/TitansHunt2015'' as a character who was part of a group of Teen Titans that was forgotten by the world, ''along'' with Lilith.
6th Nov '16 6:38:47 AM XSpectreGreyX
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** Devin Grayson was forced to use Argent from the "Atom" team, as well as Damage from the "Arsenal" one. She also had to temporarily switch Wally West with a future Flash when his own book underwent a change.

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** Devin Grayson was forced to use Argent from the "Atom" team, as well as Damage from the "Arsenal" one. She also had to temporarily switch Wally West with a future Dark Flash when his own book underwent a change.
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]].
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