Starfire becomes a Fan favorite for Teen Titans fans because of her cheerful and charming personality. This Alien Princess is one of DC’s most beloved heroes.
Titan’s season 3 is coming, and there will be a change. Starfire’s previous costumes made fans unhappy. I guess because it looks nothing like the comic and the cartoons. She is an orange-skinned alien back then. Her attire is hard to translate to live-action. For instance, this is what she looks like in the comics.
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.
There are many TV shows and cartoons that are so beloved that they’re considered “sacred”, and for good reason. Pretty much every cartoon that was in the DC Comics Animated Universe is such a case. Batman TAS, Batman Beyond, Superman TAS, Justice League and Justice League Unlimited, and, the original Teen Titans cartoon. This series made Robin a lead character for the first time, and was the TV debut of characters like Starfire, Raven, and Beast Boy (Cyborg was in the Super Friends cartoon).
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.
Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment have confirmed the release details for the next DC Universe animated movie, Teen Titans: The Judas Contract. The film will arrive on Blu-ray Deluxe Gift Set, a Blu-ray Combo Pack, and DVD on April 18. The upcoming animated film is inspired by the beloved 1984 story arc by Marv Wolfman and George Perez.
Ahead of the premiere for The Killing Joke, DC Comics announced the next three animated movies that fans will get to see.
There are a LOT of TV series featuring superheros these days, and more are coming. For TNT’s first venture into this genre, Titans, they wanted to make sure this series is different from all the other shows. TNT President Kevin Reilly talked with TV Line about how they wanted to make sure it wasn’t a copy, and instead was a groundbreaking show: