History YMMV / TeenTitans

26th Apr '16 3:34:28 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[OmnicidalManiac Trigon the Terrible]] is a [[DemonLordsAndArchDevils demonic overlord]] who rules an empire where countless souls are kept in horrible bondage, with those who dare to resist--"resistance" can be defined as "don't do as ordered quick enough"--being ruthlessly exterminated. Trigon wishes to extend his dominion to Earth, and to that end, disguised himself as a handsome human being to impregnate a woman named Arella, revealing his true form and taunting her after. After invading earth, Trigon [[AbusiveParents dominates the soul]] of [[ArchnemesisDad his daughter Raven]] and corrupts her into a monster, forcing her to attack her own world and friends. Trigon's brutality extends to exterminating entire worlds simply to make a lesson. With no redeeming features whatsoever, Trigon is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.

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* CompleteMonster: [[OmnicidalManiac [[BigRedDevil Trigon the Terrible]] is a [[DemonLordsAndArchDevils demonic overlord]] who rules an empire where countless souls are kept in horrible bondage, with those who dare to resist--"resistance" can be defined as "don't do as ordered quick enough"--being ruthlessly exterminated. Trigon wishes to extend his dominion to Earth, and to that end, disguised himself as a handsome human being to impregnate a woman named Arella, revealing his true form and taunting her after. After invading earth, Trigon [[AbusiveParents dominates the soul]] of [[ArchnemesisDad his daughter Raven]] and corrupts her into a monster, forcing her to attack her own world and friends. Trigon's brutality extends to exterminating entire worlds simply to make a lesson. With no redeeming features whatsoever, Trigon is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.
26th Apr '16 3:33:22 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[OmnicidalManiac Trigon the Terrible]] is a [[DemonLordsAndArchDevils demonic overlord]] who rules an empire where countless souls are kept in horrible bondage, with those who dare to resist--"resistance" can be defined as "don't do as ordered quick enough"--being ruthlessly exterminated. Trigon wishes to extend his dominion to Earth, and to that end, disguised himself as a handsome human being to impregnate a woman named Arella, revealing his true form and taunting her after. After invading earth, Trigon [[AbusiveParents dominates the soul of [[ArchnemesisDad his daughter Raven]] and corrupts her into a monster, forcing her to attack her own world and friends. Trigon's brutality extends to exterminating entire worlds simply to make a lesson. With no redeeming features whatsoever, Trigon is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.

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* CompleteMonster: [[OmnicidalManiac Trigon the Terrible]] is a [[DemonLordsAndArchDevils demonic overlord]] who rules an empire where countless souls are kept in horrible bondage, with those who dare to resist--"resistance" can be defined as "don't do as ordered quick enough"--being ruthlessly exterminated. Trigon wishes to extend his dominion to Earth, and to that end, disguised himself as a handsome human being to impregnate a woman named Arella, revealing his true form and taunting her after. After invading earth, Trigon [[AbusiveParents dominates the soul soul]] of [[ArchnemesisDad his daughter Raven]] and corrupts her into a monster, forcing her to attack her own world and friends. Trigon's brutality extends to exterminating entire worlds simply to make a lesson. With no redeeming features whatsoever, Trigon is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.
26th Apr '16 3:33:05 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: Trigon the Terrible is a [[DemonLordsAndArchDevils demonic overlord]] who rules an empire where countless souls are kept in horrible bondage, with those who dare to resist (and "resistance" can be defined as "don't do as ordered quick enough") are ruthlessly exterminated. Trigon wishes to extend his dominion to earth and for that end, disguised himself as a handsome human being to impregnate a woman named Arella, revealing his true form and taunting her after. After invading earth, Trigon dominates the soul of his daughter Raven and corrupts her into a monster, forcing her to attack her own world and friends. Trigon's brutality extends to exterminating entire worlds simply to make a lesson. With no redeeming features whatsoever, Trigon is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.

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* CompleteMonster: CompleteMonster: [[OmnicidalManiac Trigon the Terrible Terrible]] is a [[DemonLordsAndArchDevils demonic overlord]] who rules an empire where countless souls are kept in horrible bondage, with those who dare to resist (and "resistance" resist--"resistance" can be defined as "don't do as ordered quick enough") are enough"--being ruthlessly exterminated. Trigon wishes to extend his dominion to earth Earth, and for to that end, disguised himself as a handsome human being to impregnate a woman named Arella, revealing his true form and taunting her after. After invading earth, Trigon [[AbusiveParents dominates the soul of [[ArchnemesisDad his daughter Raven Raven]] and corrupts her into a monster, forcing her to attack her own world and friends. Trigon's brutality extends to exterminating entire worlds simply to make a lesson. With no redeeming features whatsoever, Trigon is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.
5th Apr '16 10:13:41 AM TheLaughingFist
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** The show itself has done this as it became the first place many people came into contact with the titans, sans Robin, and as such the show has influenced new comic and show versions of the titans more than anywhere else.
3rd Apr '16 2:40:44 PM MyLittleXero
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** It's never explained why Robin left Batman though while it's implied they had a falling out in "The Apprentice" two parter Robin shows(albeit indirectly) that still has a lot of respect for Batman and considers him his father.

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** It's never explained why Robin left Batman though while it's implied they had a falling out out, in "The Apprentice" two parter Robin shows(albeit indirectly) that he still has a lot of respect for Batman and considers him his father.
3rd Apr '16 2:38:55 PM MyLittleXero
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** It's never explained why Robin left Batman though while it's implied they had a falling out in "The Apprentice" two parter Robin shows(albeit indirectly) that still has a lot of respect for Batman and considers him his father.
9th Mar '16 6:40:25 AM Syrika
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* StrawLoser: Beast Boy, who may actually come off worse here than "Go!" (in all areas but attitude). His portrayal is mostly juvenile and idiotic, his jokes mostly fall flat, and he is the most frequent [[TheWorfEffect Worf target]].

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* StrawLoser: Beast Boy, who may actually come off worse here than "Go!" (in all areas but attitude). His portrayal is mostly juvenile and idiotic, and/or played for comedy, his jokes mostly can fall flat, and he is the most frequent [[TheWorfEffect Worf target]].target]].
** Discussed in one episode, and character development ensures he grows into maturity in the end.
8th Mar '16 7:29:35 AM Austin
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** The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAFP0IoMfsA Birds Of Prey]] theme.
19th Feb '16 1:39:24 PM t209
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*** And the bleak future for the Titans became worse in comics too with [[spoiler: Garth's death in Comic/BlackestNight, the transformation of Roy Harper into [[FaceHeelTurn Arsenal]] after the loss of his arm and his daughter in [[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice Cry For Justice]], and broke up between Starfire and Robin.]] Not to mention both its contemporary run during and after the premiere of the show being either BrokenBase or SeasonalRot.

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*** And the bleak future for the Titans became worse in comics too with [[spoiler: Garth's death in Comic/BlackestNight, ComicBook/BlackestNight, the transformation of Roy Harper into [[FaceHeelTurn Arsenal]] after the loss of his arm and his daughter in [[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice Cry For Justice]], and broke up between Starfire and Robin.]] Not to mention both its contemporary run during and after the premiere of the show being either BrokenBase or SeasonalRot.
19th Feb '16 1:37:02 PM t209
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*** And the bleak future for the Titans became worse in comics too with [[spoiler: Garth's death in Comic/BlackestNight, the transformation of Roy Harper after the loss of his arm and his daughter in [[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice Cry For Justice]], and broke up between Starfire and Robin.]] Not to mention both its contemporary run during and after the premiere of the show being either BrokenBase or SeasonalRot.

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*** And the bleak future for the Titans became worse in comics too with [[spoiler: Garth's death in Comic/BlackestNight, the transformation of Roy Harper into [[FaceHeelTurn Arsenal]] after the loss of his arm and his daughter in [[ComicBook/JusticeLeagueCryForJustice Cry For Justice]], and broke up between Starfire and Robin.]] Not to mention both its contemporary run during and after the premiere of the show being either BrokenBase or SeasonalRot.
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