The WB and Amblin’s Freakazoid, from the same team behind Animaniacs, was not a ratings success when it ran for two seasons on the brand-new Kids WB block. But after the reruns began running on Cartoon Network it started attracting a cult following that grew larger every year — but it wasn’t enough to produce new episodes.
Teen Titans Go
There’s no stopping them now….DC’s most fearsome supervillains have invaded the mobile game Teen Titans Go Figure! Lex Luthor, The Riddler and the other notorious members of the Legion of Doom have now arrived in Go Figure’s latest update. Our best hope of stopping them lies with the Titans, meaning we’re all doomed.
Teen Titans Go Figure introduced DC’s greatest heroes to the “Teeny Titans” collectible mobile game formula. It was only a matter of time before the DCU’s nastiest supervillains found out where those heroes were, and invaded the game. That time has come…Lex Luthor, The Riddler and the other notorious members of the Legion of Doom have arrived in Go Figure’s latest update.
When kids pile into the cinemas this summer to watch Teen Titans Go on the big screen, they’ll be looking for an excuse to whip out their phones in the middle of the presentation and flagrantly violate the theater rules. Teen Titans Go Figure will help them do just that!
Teen Titans GO! is a bit divisive in the DC Comics fanbase. On one hand, the show is intended to be funny and comedic, and tailored to kids, and it’s been very successful through that. But, for those who loved the classic Teen Titans cartoon, the show is seen as an insult. So, when Teen Titans GO! To The Movies was announced as a full-length film, the divisiveness continued. Especially with the first teaser trailer. Now though, a brand new trailer has arrived, and it paints the film in a slightly different light.
So, for a while now, we’ve said that the only DC Comics film coming out this year is the Aquaman film, and that technically is correct, as it’s the only film set within that universe to come out. But by “universe”, we mean interconnected, there is another DC Comics property getting a film though, and that’s Teen Titans GO! To The Movies. This is the first full-length film from the comedy-oriented series that airs on Cartoon Network, and the first time the Titans have ever been on the big screen, and they’re making the most of this moment…
Teen Titans Go! is a touchy subject among fans of the characters. On one hand, it’s a “spin-off” of the original beloved cartoon that ran on Cartoon Network for many seasons. A show that to this day is held in high acclaim for its deep storytelling and characterizations of the Titans themselves. However, with Go!, they went very cartoony, to the point that many fans were not happy with the results.
Teen Titans Go!, despite some criticisms from die-hard Teen Titans fans, is a mega hit. In fact, it recently crossed the 100th episode mark on Cartoon Network. True, the episodes are really more like 11-minute bursts of self-contained stories, but it could’ve gotten cancelled at any time. With the go ahead for Season 3 to come, the team behind Teen Titans Go! talked with Comic Book Resources about what to expect in the upcoming season. This includes a “two-part crossover” with the Justice League and a very special voice for Darkseid in Weird Al Yankovic: