The next Cartoon Network/DC animated show, Teen Titans Go!, is gearing up for its debut later this month and the companies have released a poster showing the team and when the show starts airing.
Cartoon Network announced a few weeks ago that Green Lantern: Animated and Young Justice had been canceled and last week they gave the start date for the next DC animated show, Teen Titans Go! A promo has been released for the upcoming show and it is available for you to watch just after the jump.
The Teen Titans are separated and stuck on a mysterious island full of dinosaurs in an unknown location. For a Major Spoilers look at getting the band back together, take the jump.
Superboy has, with the help of and also helping the Titans to, escaped the clutches of N.O.W.H.E.R.E. and Harvest. Now on his own, sorta, can he continue on? Take the jump for a Major Spoilers look at him trying.
DC Nation, Cartoon Network’s home for action-packed animated series and original shorts based on characters from DC Comics (Saturdays 10:00–11:00 a.m. ET/PT), will soon be joined by a new generation of superheroes as Teen Titans Go!, a brand-new half-hour comedy-action series inspired by Warner Bros. Animation’s original fan-favorite series Teen Titans, shows the humorous side of being a teenage hero.
The Culling has begun, Harvest has collected his teen heroes and pit them against each other, now how is Superboy going to handle it, find out after the jump. . .
Remember how bummed you were when Teen Titans went off the air? Remember how you cried when you couldn’t sing along to the Teen Titans theme song? When DC Nation kicks off on the Cartoon Network, you’ll soon have fond memories of when the Teen Titans returned.
Or – “Trying To Recapture Wolfman/Perez Again?”
The sad truth about the Teen Titans is that, out of eight different versions of the team, only one has really ever been overtly successful. (That’s eight DISTINCT versions, not counting revamps within an existing run or team lineup changes within various teams.) This version harkens back to the far-flung past year of 2003, but the team’s newest member promises to bring things into the 21st century…
With DC getting a relaunch with characters getting a makeover, we decided to take a look at the other time Warner Bros. decided to change things up with the Teen Titans in the form of the second volume of the Young Justice animated series.
Kid Flash Fact: Fire’s bad, Red Robin’s good, and Cassie doesn’t want to be called Wonder Girl. Can Scott Lobdell and Brett Booth convince this reader that Tim Drake should have wings? Find out after the jump!
DC has released more information on the other number one issues that arrive in September. For those of you who were anxiously waiting news on Tim Drake Wayne, of want to see how on the nose our most recent discussion on Legion Lost was, take the jump! Oh… and ROB LIEFELD!
Or – “Two Teams With Much In Common…”
In the early 80s, DC Comics was pretty much on the skids. It was the Teen Titans that put a stop to their sales fall, and as always with comics, a successful move causes editorial to go back to the well again. Luckily, the well brought up the Outsiders, a team fronted by Batman instead of Robin, who consisted of two existing characters and three new kids, just like the Titans themselves. It was inevitable that Barr & Aparo’s Outsiders would meet Wolfman & Perez’s Titans, especially given the presence of Geo-Force and Terra on the respective teams. But their first meeting was tumultuous, with the former Dynamic Duo clashing, and both teams left for dead. I’d say it ought to be a short review, but since it’s a nearly 30 year old book, they probably got better…