History YMMV / TeenTitans

16th Jun '16 8:59:29 PM XSpectreGreyX
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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.
14th Jun '16 4:33:49 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[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, especially in the ''ComicBook/TheTerrorOfTrigon'' storyline, is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.

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* CompleteMonster: [[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, especially in the ''ComicBook/TheTerrorOfTrigon'' storyline, is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.
14th Jun '16 4:26:52 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[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, especially in the ''ComicBook/TheTerrorOfTrigon'' storyline is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.

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* CompleteMonster: [[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, especially in the ''ComicBook/TheTerrorOfTrigon'' storyline storyline, is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.
14th Jun '16 4:24:48 PM ACW
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* CompleteMonster: [[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.

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* CompleteMonster: [[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 Trigon, especially in the ''ComicBook/TheTerrorOfTrigon'' storyline is the most terrifying and powerful foe the Teen Titans have ever faced.
1st Jun '16 5:02:33 PM chloelee12
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** This has caused problems with Starfire's reception as a character, as her cartoon self and her comic self are radically different.

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** This has caused problems with Starfire's reception as a character, as her cartoon self and her comic self are radically different.different, causing her comic-self to be widely disliked by a large number of fans who were introduced to the series through the show. While both Starfires are loving, affectionate [[ActionGirl action girls]] who are always there for their friends that's about where similarities end in terms of personality. Cartoon!Starfire is a NaiveNewcomer, FunnyForeigner, who speaks in somewhat broken English and [[FishOutOfWater has trouble fitting in due to her vastly different culture.]] Comic!Starfire is a [[BoisterousBruiser hot headed]] BruiserWithASoftCenter who is both a very liberated young lady who isn't nearly as shy or awkward as her cartoon self, speaks perfect English, as well as being very sexually active by American standards and is a major case of MsFanservice. She is also easily enraged and much more prone to violence than her cartoon self. When New 52 tried to emphasis [[InNameOnly her]] original incarnations [[DarkerAndEdgier darker characteristics]] at least part of the backlash was from people who grew up with the Cartoon counterpart, and were confused as to why she was so drastically different. [[note]] Other backlash was due to making her very one dimensional in attempt to make her edgy, giving her a costume that was somehow even MORE revealing than her original incarnation's, essentially just being there as eye-candy, and having Roy have sex with her despite her apparent amnesia.[[/note]] Also of note is her physical appearance. Her cartoon appearance portrayed her as a very skinny young woman with small, but still noticeable curves. Her original comic incarnation was ''so'' curvy that several other Titans affectionately and jokingly [[LampshadeHanging referred to her as]] [[InSeriesNickname "Balloon Bod."]]
*** After the backlash against the writing of the Starfire's character in New 52 became too much DC wrote her out of ''Outlaws'' and gave her her own series. In it her physical appearance and attire is much closer to her cartoon counterparts' appearance. Her personality became something of an amalgam of her Pre-New 52 personality and her Cartoon personality, and her English skills are somewhere in between the two previous incarnations. Arguably she has now become the Titan who is most like her cartoon self.
29th May '16 2:14:53 AM Silverblade2
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* RonTheDeathEater: Jinx gets a ''lot'' of flak from the fanfic writers for having "betrayed her friends" and turned on the HIVE Five. Never mind the fact that they were villains who repeatedly committed theft and put human lives in danger, that the HIVE Five weren't really her friends (except maybe See-More, the only one who even seems to express ''sorrow'' at the possibility of her leaving) and were explicitly depicted as inconsiderate and lacking in any sort of drive or passion...no, to the fans, the mere fact that she was a part of their group and left constitutes a heinous crime deserving of bashing. This is an unusual example of this trope, because it's usually unambiguous heroes like...well...Ron himself that get the Death Eater treatment, not a villainess who performed a [[HeelFaceTurn Heel Face Turn]].

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* RonTheDeathEater: ReplacementScrappy: Brother Blood in season 3 wasn't near as badass and treatening as his predecessor Slade.
* RonTheDeathEater:
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Jinx gets a ''lot'' of flak from the fanfic writers for having "betrayed her friends" and turned on the HIVE Five. Never mind the fact that they were villains who repeatedly committed theft and put human lives in danger, that the HIVE Five weren't really her friends (except maybe See-More, the only one who even seems to express ''sorrow'' at the possibility of her leaving) and were explicitly depicted as inconsiderate and lacking in any sort of drive or passion...no, to the fans, the mere fact that she was a part of their group and left constitutes a heinous crime deserving of bashing. This is an unusual example of this trope, because it's usually unambiguous heroes like...well...Ron himself that get the Death Eater treatment, not a villainess who performed a [[HeelFaceTurn Heel Face Turn]].
29th May '16 12:48:45 AM moonbooty
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** Gizmo is a GadgeteerGenius antagonist who's shown alongside a trio with a [[TheBrute brute]] and sympathetic girl with destructive magic powers. He's a small kid relying on his tech, uses robotic limbs to accommodate his size, wears green, has a bratty, self-absorbed personality, makes many exaggerated sharp-toothed expressions, has a grating nasal voice and says all kinds of [[UnusualEuphemism strange, creative swears.]] 12 years later, switch the pronoun and this would also describe [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Peridot]]; particularly after her SanitySlippage and before her HeelFaceTurn. (Though she was probably intended as a [[WesternAnimation/InvaderZim Zim]] {{expy}}.)

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** Gizmo is a GadgeteerGenius antagonist who's shown alongside a trio with a [[TheBrute brute]] and sympathetic girl with destructive magic powers. He's a small kid relying on his tech, uses robotic limbs to accommodate his size, wears green, has a bratty, self-absorbed personality, dark green suit and neon green eyewear, is bratty and self-absorbed, makes many exaggerated sharp-toothed expressions, has a grating nasal voice and says all kinds of [[UnusualEuphemism strange, creative swears.]] insults the protagonists with {{Unusual Euphemism}}s. 12 years later, switch the pronoun and this would also describe [[WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse Peridot]]; particularly after Peridot]] during the period between her SanitySlippage and before her HeelFaceTurn. (Though she was probably intended as a [[WesternAnimation/InvaderZim Zim]] {{expy}}.)
11th May '16 3:15:49 PM t209
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*** And the bleak future for the Titans became worse in comics too with [[spoiler: Garth's death in 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.

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*** And also applied to the bleak future for the Titans became worse of the episode predicting the tragic fates of many Titans in comics too with [[spoiler: Garth's death in 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.
11th May '16 7:37:34 AM AntMan
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** In "Deception", Beast Boy sarcastically asks about dressing Cyborg like a washing machine for an undercover mission. Guess what Cyborg's stealth mode in ''Lego Batman 3'' was?
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.
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