Raven: Uh, you don't always have to shout that when we go somewhere.
Cerebus Retcon: The show indicates that his childhood at the circus was at times unhappy and even traumatic. This is before his parents die and he gets drawn into a life of crime-fighting. Though it's mostly played for laughs.
Circus Brat: With the twist that all of the animals he grew up with were thieving jerkasses, leading Robin to become chronically hyper-vigilant even before he met Batman.
Crazy Jealous Guy: Kidnaps Speedy when the archer tries to go on a date with Starfire.
When Cyborg's computer matching program matches Starfire with Aquaman. He tries to be like him.
Drives Like Crazy: Drives up walls, into space, and down rainbows. His driving also caused the Batmobile to crash, and then explode.
Expressive Mask: His mask warps to fit his expression even moreso than in the original show. It's as if they're a part of him. The black frames are contextually static in a manner similar to eyebrows.
Freudian Excuse: Revealed in 'Dude Relax' that when he was a little kid, the animals in his circus would steal his stuff when he wasn't looking. So, now he's always 'on', to the point of annoying everybody when he has nothing to do.
He puts the entire team through hell just to get out of doing the laundry, pawning the chore off to Raven. She gets even though.
Hilariously Abusive Childhood: This version of Batman is strongly implied to hit Robin for small misdeeds. After leaving Batman to be his own hero, Robin still cowers in fear when he thinks Batman is around and is terrified of making him angry.
I Just Want to Be Special: In "Super Robin", Robin gets sick of being the only normal member of the team and tries to get superpowers.
Jerkass: Even more so than the original cartoon. Mainly if it focuses about getting Starfire's attention or proving he is the leader.
Leader Wannabe: He likes reminding the Titans that he's the leader. It sounds like bragging. His profile for the show on Cartoon Network's website states that he's the "self-proclaimed" leader of the Titans, which is confirmed in "Gorilla".
Naked People Are Funny: He ends up outside the Tower while naked. He's immediately chased by a group of camera-wielding fangirls and later encounters Gizmo (who puts off his attack on the Tower due to being squicked by Robin in his birthday suit).
Mama Bear: When she thinks the other Titans broke their promise with taking care of Silkie, she loses her shit.
Nice Girl: She happens to be the nicest out of the Titans, to the point when Starfire wanted to be Robin's arch-nemesis but Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy only mocked her until they saw how much of a villain she's become at the end.
Took a Level in Jerkass: Unlike the rest of the Titans, this happens to her rarely, and when it does, it's usually along with the others, rather than Starfire just being a jerk on her own. Lampshaded in "Starfire The Terrible": when she purposely becomes a villainous jerk just so Robin can have a nemesis and feel like a "real hero", the other Titans make fun of her notable lack of such qualities... Until she proves to be really competent at being evil, so much so that she nearly beats the rest of the team, despite giving off the vibe that she's just playing pretend.
Tsundere: Mostly the dere, but watch out when she goes tsun.
Starfire: [Terra]'s all up in your man's grill, and you're all 'Uh-uh, Boo Bear's mine.'
Will Not Tell a Lie: Normally, but in "Starliar", Beast Boy teaches her how to lie so they can go to a party by themselves. The rest of the Titans totally believe her because she's usually trustworthy.
Hartman Hips: Even with the simplified art style, her legs are still noticeably curvy.
Instant Armor: Is able to use her powers to create armor for Beast Boy to wear in "Power Moves".
Game Face: Whenever she's in a bad enough mood, she gets four eyes which are red and jagged looking to boot, reminiscent of her dad, Trigon. note Well, his original appearance in this series however, he has yellow eyes instead of the red ones.
Hidden Depths: She hates girly stuff shown in the episode "Girls Night Out", but she is a huge fangirl of Pretty Pretty Pegasus, but she keeps it a secret from the Titans.
In the Hood: Unlike in the original series, where she generally only donned it in battle, she's in her hood almost all the time in Teen Titans Go; she's rarely shown with it down.
New Powers as the Plot Demands: Did you know Raven can create clones? Feed on children's nightmares? No? Well, she can. To be fair, she did a lot of that in the old show too, and only did the latter as part of her father's instructions on becoming a demon and that might be why she didn't do it otherwise.
Story Breaker Power: She could take down anyone with just one teleport away, just ask Dr. Light.
Too Important to Walk: Tends to hover around a lot more than in the original series. When forced to walk around in "No Power", she ends up resorting to a walker, then upgrades to a Segway.
Took a Level in Jerkass: Occasionally, but not as much as one would think considering how often Robin, Cyborg, and Beast Boy turn into jerks.
Tsundere: Towards Beast Boy in some episodes, most notably in "Matched" (when she nearly marries Beast Boy) and at the end of "Terra-ized" (where she smiles at the thought of her being in love with BB).
The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter: Her dad is a huge, red, multi-eyed demon capable of ruling dimensions. Raven herself is just a gray goth-like girl who otherwise looks human. At least when she isn't sporting her Game Face.
Tinman Typist: Done while uploaded into Titans Tower by hitting the keys with the corner of his monitor.
Took a Level in Dumbass: Compared to the original series, he's prone to doing some pretty stupid stuff in this series. This is usually in tandem with Beast Boy since they're even bigger best friends in this adaption.
Took a Level in Jerkass: Like the above, this is usually in tandem with Beast Boy. As an example, in "Staring at the Future", they both hate the word "responsibility" so much that, when they went to a pleasant future where they saw how responsible the other Titans had become (and thus, "boring"), Cyborg and Beast Boy went back in time to change it so that the world would be filled with chaos, just so the two wouldn't have to have to deal with any responsibility.
Trigger Happy: When in doubt, Cyborg just shoots at it with lasers.
Butt Monkey: Though in this series he isn't always one; the other Titans get hit with this trope occasionally.
Comically Missing the Point: Gets hit with this in "You're Fired" when he has a lunch date with Cyborg and thinks the Titans hate Jayna as a replacement and want him back when Cyborg says they actually love having her.
Did Not Get the Girl: Subverted and Played for Laughs. In "Matched", after being shown that his one true match would be Raven, Beast Boy spend the rest of the episode trying his damnedest to get her to date him. She eventually relents and we jump cut to her about to marry him, looking as if she made the best choice of her life. Then Cyborg shows up and said his matchmaking system had erred earlier; he tells BB that his true match is with a scratching post and BB immediately obsesses over the scratching post, leaving Raven at the altar, who herself just looks as annoyed as she usually is (mostly because she had told BB that he was only interested in her due to Cyborg's matchmaker result).
Jerkass: Hoo boy. The events of Ghost Boy cemented him as one.
The Load: At his worst, sometimes he goofs off rather then help the team.
Metaphorgotten: "Well, yeah I would do some...uh, incredibly difficult stuff for that sandwich, actually!"
Morphic Resonance: Keeps his green skin, tusk, and usually his hair when he transforms. He occasionally exploits this by painting animals green and sending them in his place.
No Nudity Taboo: When Raven has to take all the Titans clothes to clean them, the other Titans are mortified at suddenly being in the buff... except for Beast Boy, who just nonchalantly goes about his business. Of course, his powers mean that he's technically naked half the time anyway, which might explain why he doesn't care.
Took a Level in Jerkass: Has a lot of these moments compared to the others. Early episode moments include replacing himself with animals he painted green during missions (out of laziness), pranking his team so much that it eventually led to them all getting killed (due to never letting up on his pranking), having a frivolous testosterone battle with Robin by ignoring him because BB was in Gorilla form and followed "the laws of the jungle, baby" (and then making a poor leader when Beast Boy took over Robin's role), and letting a planet explode because he was too busy trying to think of a "cool animal form" to fight in.
Trouser Space: Keeps notebooks, pens, and tons of other random things in his pants.
Accidental Hero: In "La Larva Amor" ...possibly. It's left ambiguous whether he meant to defeat Carlos or not.
Adaptational Villainy: In the previous series, she started out good, but was persuaded into villainy by Slade. In this series, she's evil from the start. Of course, compared to the original comic incarnation of Terra, this one is pretty much spot-on.
Manipulative Bitch: She becomes Beast Boy's girlfriend so she can learn about the Tower's defenses for an unknown villain. She's actually terrible at manipulation, but everyone except Raven is Too Dumb to Live and falls for it anyway.
Hoist by His Own Petard: The Titans (well Robin, Beast Boy, and Cyborg anyway) use gifts he gave them to defeat him.
Large Ham: When he goes into his "Behold I Am Trigon" mode.
Nothing Personal: Said to the other Titans when he instructs Raven to kill them to complete her training.
Obfuscating Stupidity: He plays the Bumbling Dad in order to trick Raven's friends into convincing her to be a demon and it looked as though he almost succeeded. Too bad Raven doesn't buy it one bit.
Real Men Wear Pink: In his civilian form, he wears a pink sweater vest. He also has a "Pretty Pretty Pegasus" Kite.
Super Empowering: Gave the Titans (sans Raven) powers as special gifts, albeit ones of questionable usefulness. Starfire got ability to speak as an modern Earth girl and Cyborg got a dog head for a hand. Beast Boy and Robin, at least, chose decent upgrades.
Big Eater: Orange Raven, she ate everything in the Titan's refrigerator. The clasp on her cloak is even a cheeseburger.
Divergent Character Evolution: The aspects of Raven's personality are given more individualization in "Colors of Raven" than they showed in the original "Nevermore". They each have their own eye color, a unique clasp for their cloak and more vocal differentiation from Tara Strong. They also have minor physical differences, such as angry Raven's pointy teeth and lazy Raven's dopey expression
Eldritch Abomination: Essentially what Red Raven becomes when Robin and Starfire try to fight her. Subverted because they catch her very easily afterward.
Girly Girl: Pink Raven, who's the happiest Raven and transforms things into Sugar Bowl counterparts.
Hair-Trigger Temper: Red Raven hits, punches, smacks, and smashes things with little provocation. She sports Raven's Game Face almost all the time and she still has sharp teeth when she's not.
Replacement Goldfish: Joined the Titans after Beast Boy was fired for an episode and the Titans needed another animal hero. Cyborg initially felt this way toward Jayna but ultimately he and the team came to like having her.