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    Starfire/Koriand'r 
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Voiced by: Kari Wahlgren

A Tamaranian alien who is the team leader of the Teen Titans.


  • Adaptational Modesty: While her outfit is more revealing that the Teen Titans animated outfit, seeing as the movies were initially based on New 52, her outfit here covers a lot more up than Kori's original New 52 outfit.
  • Affectionate Nickname: Called "Kori" by Dick.
  • Cain and Abel: She definitely does not have a good relationship with her sister, who is implied to be Blackfire and a usurper.
  • Cleavage Window: Her costume has an opening where a bit of her cleavage is shown.
  • Costume Evolution: In a flashback in The Judas Contract to when she first arrived on Earth, her costume is more revealing like the 1980s comics (still not as revealing as the New 52 outfit).
  • Counterpart Combat Coordination: Of the Designated Girl Fight variety when she fights Wonder Woman.
  • Covert Pervert: Some dialogue between her and Dick heavily implies they have a kinky sex life.
  • Cute Bruiser: A cute alien, and either with her firebolts or fists, Starfire is not afraid to enter into battle.
  • Dude Magnet: Besides being an official relationship with Dick, when she first came to Earth, both Kid Flash and Speedy thought of her as attractive.
  • Fallen Princess: Starfire was a former member of her planet's royal family before her jealous sister took her birthright by force and forced her to an escape that led her to be stranded on Earth.
  • Good People Have Good Sex: With Dick. Some of their dialogue with each other reveals they have kinky sex life. And in Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, Starfire nearly says that Dick is "proficient" in the bedroom, only to be cut off by Dick.
  • Green-Skinned Space Babe: She is a very attractive female alien with orange skin.
  • Interspecies Romance: She (a Tamaranian) and Dick (a human).
  • The Leader: Of this version of the Titans as its most senior member.
  • Magic Kiss: She couldn't speak English when she first came to Earth, but she learned it in an instant by kissing Dick.
  • Most Common Superpower: She's probably more stacked than Wonder Woman.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Even with a more conservative look, she still manages to show off her cleavage and legs almost constantly, not to mention getting her very own Magical Girl transformation.
  • Mythology Gag: Her long straight hairstyle is similar to that of her 2003 show incarnation, instead of the big bushy '80s Hair of her original comics version, though it's still poofy. In a flashback to her first appearance, she does have the latter hairstyle.
  • Nice Girl: A sweet and thoughtful individual.
  • Official Couple: Is in a relationship with Nightwing/Dick Grayson.
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her hair reaches past her waist.
  • Rescue Romance: She first meets Dick (as Robin) when he and the other Titans save her from other aliens.
  • Significant Green-Eyed Redhead: An alien version - red hair, glowing green eyes, girlfriend of Dick/Nightwing, the leader of the Teen Titans.
  • Statuesque Stunner: She's a Ms. Fanservice who's the tallest member of the team, even noticeably taller than Dick, more so when he was still Robin.
  • Team Mom: Acts as a caring, affectionate, but firm motherly figure to the Teen Titans. Like Nightwing, she’s probably not even teenaged anymore.
  • Violently Protective Girlfriend: Cooly shoots a firebolt at an enemy mook who was about to harm Nightwing.
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    Raven/Rachel Roth 
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Voiced by: Taissa Farmiga

A young girl from Azarath who has telepathic and psychokinetic abilities.


  • Adaptational Heroism: To a lesser extent; her comic book counterpart is a heroine, but has a bad habit of being in a Heel–Face Revolving Door due to Trigon taking over her on a regular basis. This incarnation despises her father and does everything she can to stop him, only giving in when he has her friends completely at his non-existent mercy and threatens to kill them unless she submits. The moment they're safe and give her an opening, she goes right back to fighting him.
  • Adaptation Distillation: Far more in common with her Teen Titans version than her comicbook version.
  • Age Lift: Got hit hard, as she was originally a peer of Dick/Robin and Starfire when they were teens. Here she's aged down to around Damian's age.
  • Alliterative Name: Rachel Roth.
  • Child by Rape: It's implied to have been this when Trigon showed his true form to her mother.
  • Cute Monster Girl: Her demonic form is actually kind of cute.
  • Dark and Troubled Past: Not knowing how evil Trigon was, she summoned him to Azarath to get to know her father. He immediately killed everyone including her mother then took her back to Hell where she spent some time before imprisoning him in a crystal.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She retains her snarky attitude like her other animated counterpart.
  • Empathic Healer: Like in the comics, healing causes her to establish a temporary psionic link with the person she's healing, triggering a sharp rush of emotion-laden memories.
  • Hartman Hips: For being only fourteen, Raven has very shapely hips, thighs, and rear. Her leggings being significantly lighter than her Leotard of Power help accentuate these features.
  • Heroic Willpower: She has the mental fortitude to perform a ritual that binds Trigon inside of a gem and keeps him harmlessly locked away. At the film's ending, she has willpower enough that keeping the seal in place forever by wearing it on her forehead is a viable option, even as Trigon keeps ranting at her to try and scare her into releasing him.
  • In the Hood: She usually is seen wearing her blue hoodie up.
  • Lady of Black Magic: She uses magic to fight her opponents, and can perform summoning, sealing, and healing rituals.
  • Morality Pet: Raven manages to tame Damian's less than stellar characteristics.
  • Single Woman Seeks Good Man: She's ship teased with Damian and has this to say about him.
    "I guess neither of our lives are very funny. But I’ll tell you something about yourself that not even you know. You may be insufferable. But in your heart, you are a kind and generous soul."

    Beast Boy/Garfield Logan 
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Voiced by: Brandon Soo Hoo

A young boy who has the ability to shapeshift into any animal. Its mentioned that his powers were the result of his genetics kicking in when he was 11 years old, leaving him with green skin and the ability to shapeshift into any creature on Earth or other planets and dimensions.


  • Adaptation Distillation: He's essentially a mutant, having developed his green skin and his animorphism spontaneously, rather than acquiring them from his parents Playing with Syringes in an attempt to cure him of some fictitious disease.
  • Amazing Technicolor Population: He has green skin.
  • Animorphism: Name an animal and he can turn into it. Taken Up to Eleven in the film's climax, where travelling to Trigon's realm expands his arsenal with various demonic or magical creatures.
  • Beware the Silly Ones: He's a silly prankster with a playful personality but that doesn't mean he won't hesitate to attack whenever he needs to.
  • The Big Guy: He may be one of the smallest members, but his ability to transform into various animals — and later monsters — makes him a pretty hard hitter in his own right.
  • Boisterous Bruiser
  • Costume Evolution: He's first introduced with a red costume, but in a flashback in The Judas Contract he has a purple costume.
  • Curtains Match The Windows: Green hair with green eyes.
  • Hidden Depths: He turns out to be an amazing dancer.
  • Keet: He's very hyperactive and fun-loving.
  • The Mind Is a Plaything of the Body: It's mentioned that he's got a number of more feral personality traits, like sleeping in the nude or, apparently, licking himself.
  • Mythology Gag: Starfire mentions to Damien that Garfield's green skin and powers are the result of genetics. This is clearly a Shout-Out to Young Justice where its mentioned that metagenes are the genetic marker that resides inside DNA that certain people possess, that allows them to endure catastrophic physical trauma by developing new abilities—i.e. superpowers. In Young Justice it's never been truly established whether Garfield's powers are the result of a blood transfusion with Miss Martian or the result of his own genetics, although it is noted that he was kidnapped because he possessed an active metagene.
  • Naked People Are Funny: He sleeps naked and in one scene, forgets to get dressed before heading to train. Raven is the one to end up telling him, because of course she is.
  • New Powers as the Plot Demands: Almost overlaping with Re-Power; something about being exposed to the energies in Trigon's hellish realm triggers what a Marvelverse mutant would call a "secondary mutation", allowing him to transform at will into various demonic-looking monsters as well as animals.
  • Nice Guy: A little cheeky, a little tactless, but a really sweet person regardless.
  • Older Than He Looks: The Judas Contract movie reveals he was a Titan when Dick Grayson was Robin and their leader, and looks pretty much the same. note 
  • Power Creep, Power Seep: Compared to his incarnation in the 2003 animated series:
    • On the Creep side, he can talk in animal form like his comics incarnation, which his animated series version couldn't do. Also, he has full control over his array of "demon/monster forms", whereas his animated series version had only one "Beast" form and it was so feral he could barely control it.
    • On the Seep side, he's never seen assuming a dinosaur's form in the movie, despite frequently assuming such forms in the series.
  • Plucky Comic Relief: As per usual.
  • Two First Names: His first and last name can both be used for a male's first name.
  • Vague Age: When Beast Boy made his debut, it was assumed that he's a teenager. But then it's revealed in Judas Contract that he was part of the Titans when Nightwing was previously a teenage Robin. note 
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Beast Boy has green hair.

    Blue Beetle/Jaime Reyes 
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Voiced by: Jake T. Austin

A young boy who has the Scarab, advanced alien technology, as his primary weapon.


  • Adaptive Armor: While he hasn't had enough screen time to really compare this version of Jaime to the comic version, it seems that this version of the scarab armor is more or less the same as the mainstream version having the ability to scan opponents and shape-shift weapons meant to counter them.
  • Animal-Themed Superbeing: Blue Beetle.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Jaime is a pretty nice kid... but if you press him too hard, he might lose control over the Scarab, and it plays for keeps. As Damian learns the hard way.
  • Blue Is Heroic: His beetle costume is blue with some black.
  • Clothes Make the Superman: Zigzags between this and Clothes Make the Maniac; his powers come from the alien "Scarab" grafted to his spine, but he can't always control over it, and whe it takes control, it is significantly more ruthless and destructive than Jaime is. In the comics, it's actually only because it was damaged that Jaime is able to control it at all, instead of having been brainwashed into a world-conquering monster like all of the other Scarabs.
  • Color Character: Blue Beetle.
  • Counterpart Combat Coordination: Faces off against Cyborg when the League fights the Titans.
  • The Everyman: Fills this role on the Titans team, as a result of his Super Power Lottery.
  • Hot-Blooded: Challenges Robin to a fight when he gets on everyone's nerves and nearly kills him.
  • Meaningful Name: "Jaime" ultimately derives from "Ya'akov" (Jacob), Hebrew for "supplanter";note  a supplanter is a person that takes the place of another. Fits perfectly with how the Scarab sometimes takes control of Jaime. Also see Suspiciously Similar Substitute below.
  • Nice Guy: He's slightly more brusque and hot-headed than his previous incarnations, but still a generally pleasant fellow to be around.
  • Super Power Lottery: He has Super Strength and Super Toughness, Flight, and a limited degree of Voluntary Shapeshifting, mostly enabling him to create blades or energy blasters.
  • Suspiciously Similar Substitute For Cyborg in terms of group dynamics, comparing this version of the Titans with the 03 cartoon, as the blue-clad robotic fighter that fires laser cannons and spends a lot of time hanging out with Beast Boy. He and Cyborg even go head to head in the brief League vs. Titans battle.

    Robin/Damian Wayne 

    Wonder Girl/Donna Troy 
  • The Cameo: Appears in one at the end of The Judas Contract.
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Former Members

    Terra/Tara Markov 
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Vocied By: Christina Ricci

  • Abusive Parents: When her powers manifested, her parents claimed she was a demon and tried to have her killed. Her surrogate father, Slade, is hardly better, leaving her to die just to get a paycheck.
  • Adaptational Nice Guy: Terra's still evil, but she's not the sociopath she was in the comics. Rather, Deathstroke saved her from a bunch of bigots planning to murder her and took her in. She even uses her powers to send Beast Boy away when she brings Blood's lair down on herself and Deathstroke.
  • Becoming the Mask: While she acts contemptuous of the team once her treachery is revealed, it's pretty clear throughout the movie she's come to care about the team and is torn up about her betrayal.
  • Defrosting Ice Queen: Towards the entire team, but Beast Boy in particular. At first she treats his flirting with contempt, but by the end of the movie, she does really care about him. When she kills herself in a cave-in, she last words are to tell him she's sorry, then use her powers to get him to safety.
  • Dishing Out Dirt: She can control all forms of rocks and earth like her other counterparts, and she was initially seen riding a flying rock.
  • Driven to Suicide: She brings down Brother Blood's lair on top her head in a fit of abject despair after betraying the team and being betrayed by the one person she trusted.
  • Evil Cannot Comprehend Good: Being so used to the worst of humanity and having let it corrupt her, Terra cannot understand why the Titans are so genuinely good and kind to her.
    Terra: What's wrong with you people?
  • Hot for Teacher: She has a disturbing attraction to her mentor/father figure, Slade. She keeps trying to proposition him, but he rebuffs her every time. Unfortunately this isn't a redeeming quality for Slade since he's clearly using the idea of a relationship to control her and promises that they'll be together "in every way" once their job is done.
  • The Mole: It Was His Sled, given both the 30-plus year old comic her second appearance is based on and the second season of the 2003 Teen Titans cartoon, but she's working for Deathstroke.
  • Rage Against the Mentor: Pretty justified since Slade betrays her and leaves her to die just to get a paycheck. During her fight, it looks like she may have finally killed him by crushing him under rubble.
  • The Stinger: She first appeared during a credit scene from Justice League Vs. Teen Titans as a Sequel Hook.
  • Tragic Villain: Terra is a far cry from the unhinged sadist of the comics. Instead she's a deeply troubled girl who was nearly killed by her neighbors for having super powers, and was raised by a psychopathic mercenary who used her as a tool and isolated her from the rest of the world to make her dependent on him.
  • Ungrateful Bitch: For much of the movie, Terra was willing to let the Titans get drained and killed despite the fact that they all clearly cared about her and were going out of their way to help her deal with her psychological issues, but she continually pushed them away. She comes around in the end, but she's in some ways an even bigger jerk than Damian, especially since he's trying to be nicer these days.
  • Walking Spoiler: She's The Mole for Slade, but since It Was His Sled is in full effect, not as big a spoiler for longtime fans.

    Robin/Dick Grayson 

    Kid Flash/Wally West 
Voiced by Jason Spisak

The Flash's junior partner with the same speed powers. Formerly a Teen Titan when Dick was leader as Robin, as seen in a flashback.


    Speedy/Roy Harper 
Voiced by Crispin Freeman

Green Arrow's junior partner with the same archer motif, only he's red. Formerly a Teen Titan when Dick was leader as Robin, as seen in a flashback.


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    Bumblebee/Karen Beecher 
Voiced by Masasa Moyo

A tech-based superheroine with a bee motif. Formerly a Teen Titan when Dick was leader as Robin, as seen in a flashback.



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