History WesternAnimation / TeenTitansTroubleInTokyo

9th Jun '16 5:21:53 AM pvsage
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* AlwaysOnDuty: A long-term variant; Robin believes the fact that the Titans are heroes means "we don't take vacations".
18th Feb '16 9:17:11 PM SCMof2814
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* JackassGenie[=/=]DealWithTheDevil: The artist who became Brushogun used dark magic to bring his creations to life, but the price he paid was that he was transformed into a being able to create living creatures made of ink.

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* JackassGenie[=/=]DealWithTheDevil: JackassGenie[=/=]DealWithTheDevil[=/=]CursedWithAwesome: The artist who became Brushogun used dark magic to bring his creations to life, but the price he paid was that he was transformed into a being able to create living creatures made of ink.
18th Feb '16 9:15:26 PM SCMof2814
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* DistressBall: Starfire. She actually forgets that ''she can fly'' and has to be snatched out of the air mid-drop by Robin, who has no super-powers. Ironically, one fan once remarked on a forum that if such a thing ever happened she would be called out on it, as it would be an obvious ploy to attract Robin's attention. Instead it was played painfully straight.

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* DistressBall: Starfire. She actually forgets that ''she can fly'' and has to be snatched out of the air mid-drop by Robin, who has no super-powers. Ironically, one fan once remarked on a forum that if such a thing ever happened she would be called out on it, as it would be an obvious ploy to attract Robin's attention. Instead it was played painfully straight. [[FridgeBrilliance However, given that an early-season episode shows that her powers are linked to her emotional state, including flight, and that a later-season episode also acknowledging this by causing her to be grounded in an episode where she was to unhappy to fly, this might be justified given event of the movie.]]
23rd Jan '16 3:30:26 PM creader
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* DoubleStandardAbuseFemaleOnMale: From beginning to end, Raven mostly abuses Beast Boy, though he ''did'' start it when he stuck his finger up Raven's nose while she was sleeping.
9th Jan '16 8:58:07 AM plcthecd
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* BigEater: While the main series shown that Cyborg can put away food, the movie shows that Cyborg nearly put a sushi bar out of business by taking advantage of the "All-You-Can-Eat" sign.

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* BigEater: While the main series shown that Cyborg can put away lots of food, the movie shows that Cyborg nearly put putting a sushi bar out of business by taking advantage of the "All-You-Can-Eat" sign.
8th Jan '16 6:57:19 PM nombretomado
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* AffectionateParody: One of Japanese kids' shows/films from yesteryear, such as ''Anime/AstroBoy'' and ''SpiritedAway''.

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* AffectionateParody: One of Japanese kids' shows/films from yesteryear, such as ''Anime/AstroBoy'' and ''SpiritedAway''.''Anime/SpiritedAway''.



** The blob monster that attacks Raven resembles No-Face from ''SpiritedAway''.

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** The blob monster that attacks Raven resembles No-Face from ''SpiritedAway''.''Anime/SpiritedAway''.
2nd Jan '16 7:26:49 PM plcthecd
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* BigEater: While the main series shown that Cyborg can put away food, the movie shows that Cyborg nearly put a sushi bar out of business by taking advantage of the "All-You-Can-Eat" sign.
20th Nov '15 3:35:30 AM CaptainTedium
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* BrickJoke: Super Twinkle Donkey Gum is first given to Raven when asked for something she can read in a language she can understand. At the end of the film, she ends up becoming a mascot for the gum.

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* BrickJoke: Super Twinkle Donkey Gum is first given to Raven when she asked for something she can read in a language she can understand. At the end of the film, she ends up becoming a mascot for the gum.
16th Nov '15 9:20:02 PM Tornadopelt
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**Also, in the second half of the movie, Robin gets a {{ShoutOut}} as well. Both on the TV and the magazine, his prison picture has DC#38-04-40. Robin's first appearance in comics? Detective Comics #38, released in April of 1940.
13th Nov '15 5:13:43 AM CaptainTedium
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* WillTheyOrWontThey

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* WillTheyOrWontTheyWillTheyOrWontThey: [[spoiler:Robin and Starfire]] finally hook up.
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