- My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (IDW):
- Shining's room includes a figurine of Batpony, a model of the ''USS Enterprise'', a moose hat from Wally World, and posters for Wyld Stallyns and The New Foal Titans. One comic lying on the floor is of Colt-Thing.
- The headquarters of the Power Ponies is very similar to the high rise of both Tony Stark's and the Teen Titans, with the building capped by giant "PP" letting
- Fairy Without Wings: When bearing down Lelouchs dark powers Luciano Bradleys response is Id like to go to jail now please.
- My Little Mages: The Nightmare's Return: Twilight uses Raven's incantation in one chapter.
- New Tamaran: The end of Justice Returns is a Shout-Out to the beginning of Divide and Conquer, the first Teen Titans episode.
- Shinnen New Year: While The League of Extraordinary Da'ath's name parodies The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, the group otherwise pays tribute to the Brotherhood of Evil.
- YuYuGiDigiMoon: The Neo Heroes being the young generation of heroes are reminders of the Teen Titans and the animated version of Young Justice. The original iteration of Young Justice was barely tolerated by the adult heroes, was more of a club for kids who happened to be heroes and therefore did some heroics while hanging out, and spent most of their time defying adult supervision so the Neo Heroes do not reflect them.
- Ready Player One (2018): Graffiti of Raven is visible in the real world towards the end.
- Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare Scott Menville and Tara Strong voice a dedicated athlete and a gloomy goth respectively.
- The Smurfs 2: Hackus shouts "BOOYAH!"note while coming to Vexy's rescue when Azrael's about to swipe at her when both Naughties are first introduced.
Live Action TV
- Doom Patrol (2019): While talking to girls on Social Media in the season one episode "Therapy Patrol", one of them asks Vic to say Booyah! because it's his catchphrase. Vic is completely perplexed on this, since as far as this show goes he hasn't actually said it. GRID then confirms he's said it 31 times since becoming a superhero.
- The X-Files: After being severely burned, L'Ively shows signs of rapid healing like Raven, who has a recurring issue of being burned due to who her cruel father is.
- Tropers: The Series: In the Season 1 finale Zack says it's like "that one episode with Raven in Teen Titans".
- Sentinels of the Multiverse: Shots of the Freedom Five's headquarters show that it's a skyscraper in the shape of an F, much like the Teen Titans' tower.
- Toon supplement Tooniversal Tour Guide: In the Supertoon setting the Toon Titans (Teen Titans) have their headquarters in the 86th floor of the Umpire's Plate Building (Empire State Building).
- League of Legends: Champions T-Z's backstory and powers brings to mind that of the animated version of Terra.
- Skullgirls: Eliza's 24th palette swap is Raven from Teen Titans, with Sekhmet as Trigon and Albus and Horace as Beast Boy.
- Them's Fightin' Herds: Oleander (and Fred)'s Demon Child pallet makes her look like Raven.
- Bad Days: In a Mythology Gag the Teen Titans at the end of Justice League use their designs from their animated show.
- El Goonish Shive: Tara the griffin is described as sounding like Raven from Teen Titans. It's a fairly safe bet that she's named after Tara Strong who voiced Raven.
- Magick Chicks: Melissa's spell "Azarath Metrion Zinthos!" is the one Raven uses in Teen Titans.
- Square Root of Minus Garfield: Teen Titans are given a Shout-Out in Garfield at the Zoo
- Atop the Fourth Wall: Linkara and Viga's cats are named Starfire and Chieri.
- TitansGrave: The Ashes of Valkana: In chapter six, while the party is exploring and finds yet another deactivated cyborg, Yuri jokingly complains that the other Teen Titans are suffering from a lack of representation.
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold: The walls of the deathtrap in "Mayhem of the Music Meister!" are plastered with names of various DC teams:
- Ben 10: Alien Force: Raff, the Inkursian commander, looks a bit like Psimon, with their purple color scheme and My Brain Is Big.
- Ben 10: Omniverse: Two hooded girls from "Mystery, Incorporeal" are designed to resemble Jinx and Raven from Teen Titans.
- DuckTales (2017): In "The Shadow War!" Magica de Spell's outfit looks a lot like Raven's from Teen Titans.
- Gravity Falls: When she believes that Celestabelleelithabelle will finally accepts Mabel's pure heart, she yells 'BOOYAH!', which is Cyborg's Catchphrase from Teen Titans.
- Samurai Jack: Ashi's final confrontation with Aku mirrors Raven's with Trigon in the Season 4 finale of Teen Titans, right down to the dialogue disowning him as her father. Both Ashi and Raven are voiced by Tara Strong.
- Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Daphnes Hex Girl costume in "In Fear of the Phantom" is reminiscent of Starfires outfit.
- Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Greg Cipes during the Young Jedi arc once again plays a young, green-skinned hero, albeit a more mature one this time around.
- Steven Universe: Starfire is a Cartoon Network character prior to Steven that can use their happiness as a power source to fly, and who falls if they're sad.
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012): Xever apparently buys his boots from the same store Robin does, and Dogpound does the same thing in episode 11.
- Xiaolin Showdown: The green monkeys that appear may refer to Beast Boy's then most recent orign story where he was bitten by a very rare green monkey as a child, giving him Sakutia, the disease that gave him his shapeshifting powers and green coloring. Though earlier versions of his origin story had Beast Boy's father use experimental "de-evolution" techniques to turn his son into a green monkey to save his life from the Sakutia.