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#21 Posted on
"I did not know we're supposed to bring shovels."

That was funny.

Also funny was Raven's line about the giant chicken.



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#22 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41

Hooray!

The first appearance of Super Deformed Titans.

And, is it just me, or does that theme song get stuck in your head for hours after the show's over?

FYI, If you snoop around the net, you can find out who some of the classic Titans villains are that will be appearing on the show. We can only hope for Terra.




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#23 Posted on
The theme is crazily addictive.

Who ya gonna call?!?! TEEN TITANS!!

T - E - E - N
T-I-T - A-N-S!!

Teeeeeeeeeeeeen Titans~!

Terra would be AWESOME. I hope that they would actually build an entire season's storyline around her relationship with Gar and her eventual betrayal of the team.

Of course, they could never do the whole Slade is doing her subplot, now could they?

I wonder where was this cartoon 15 years ago when the comic was SO popular.



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#24 Posted on
Last night's Teen Titans was pretty decent. Highlights included Starfire feeding Beast Boy, more funny comments from Raven, and tons of hilarious facial reactions from everyone.

Sadly, next week, Teen Titans is preempted because of stupid Kids Next Door Weekend.



"Oh my God, Brian, there's a message in my Alphabits! It says, 'Oooooo!'" Peter Griffin
"Peter, those are Cheerios." Brian
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#25 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41

The anime gimmick I'm waiting to see (don't think they've done it yet) is when you get the tear on someone's head to show exacerbation. I loved the Cyborg/Robin argument.

I suppose they really can't do Brother Blood either?




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#26 Posted on
    Originally posted by odessasteps

    The anime gimmick I'm waiting to see (don't think they've done it yet) is when you get the tear on someone's head to show exacerbation. I loved the Cyborg/Robin argument.

    I suppose they really can't do Brother Blood either?



I could swear I read somewhere that they were planning on using Brother Blood, I just don't remember where I read it. I'll have to look into it...

Edit: I looked into it, and I can't find anything to back it up. But they are going to be using Killer Moth?!?!

(edited by CxMorgado on 3.8.03 1126)


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#27 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41

Years ago, when doing the Batman cartoon, Dini was talking about using Killer Moth and making him the most pathetic dweeb villain ever ("I'm a moth! Whee!"}. Maybe this will finally be the application of the diea.




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#28 Posted on
I think Brother Blood is more doable than the ENTIRE Slade-Hive-Terra storyline, but maybe it's just me.

The characters seem a bit young for Blood.

Perhaps its all in the presentation?

What about Trident? Or Vigilante?



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#29 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41

Hive-Slade-Terra (and throw in Jericho) I think is complex, but not undoable.

Brother Blood could be touchy due to the religious overtones.

And Trigon has the whole Devil cult thing too.

Now, if they could do the Brotherhood of Evil, I would be very happy. Imagine the possibility, down the line, of a Brain/Monsiuer Mallah two-pack action figures.




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#30 Posted on
Good points, Mr. Coale.

I guess that's the catch--much of what Wolfman and Perez did back in the 80s was unquestionably dark and gritty (which is why it made for such great storytelling). Looking back on the subjects they wrote about, they seemed way ahead of the curve. Remember their stories about drug use, runaways and what not?

The cartoon seems much too lighthearted for any *true* treatment of much of the original stories, sans the entire "Slade's purpose is to destroy the Titans" theme.

Although on the toon, they will have to eventually explain why a grown man has it in for a bunch of misfit teenagers.

The Brotherhood would be awesome. Monsiuer Mallah destroying all of Speedy's (Aresenal) weapons and Wally's girlfriend with the magnetic powers having to help when all she wanted was to be normal is one of my fondest memories of them.

I'm also interested to see how they treat Thunder and Lightning. The perrenial small time crook/trouble maker storylines can get old really quickly. Had they taken an adult-adolescent spanning approach similar to Justice League, they could have basically turned the first 35-40 issues into episodes one after the other (sans the Wonder Girl stuff).

Oh well.

And now I want guess stars. Damn, what an awesome comic it was at one time.




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#31 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.56
X-E's co-Worst Poster of all time! Jkyle.com says:

"Did I give him too much?"

"The bitter taste will help you forget your sadness."

Starfire=comedy.

I enjoy this show more as the weeks go on. Give it 3 seasons, and it will be my favorite thing on television.



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#32 Posted on
I've been enjoying the show so far. I may be a bit biased, as I saw Hynden Walch (Raven) in a play a few years ago and thought she was damn near the most adorable thing on the planet. =)

If they do bring in a Wonder Girl, I assume it'll be the Cassie Sandsmark WG, and not the Donna Troy WG.




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#33 Posted on
Actually, Hynden Walch is the voice of Starfire, not Raven.

Tara Strong is the voice of Raven.



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#34 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41

Between Raven and Ingrid Third, Tara Strong is cornering the market on the pseudo Goth chick characters.




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#35 Posted on
She's also the voice of Bubbles on "The Powerpuff Girls." and Timmy Turner on "The Fairly Oddparents."



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#36 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41

If only she was the voice of Buttercup, it would make more sense.




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#37 Posted on
The voice of Buttercup is E.G. Daily of "Valley Girl" fame.

Her appearance on "Star Dates" was supposedto air last night but it didn't.



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#38 Posted on

    Originally posted by tomvejada
    Actually, Hynden Walch is the voice of Starfire, not Raven.

    Tara Strong is the voice of Raven.



Huh. When I saw it initially on IMDB, it had her as Raven for some reason. Starfire does make a lot more sense, tho.




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#39 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.41

You can also find the theme now online in most of the usual places.




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#40 Posted on
Just had to bump this up, and remind anyone that's interested that Teen Titans isn't on tonight.



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"Peter, those are Cheerios." Brian
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