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Teen Titans

Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Guardians of the Galaxy‘s Star-Lord Is a Cyberman

At least that’s how it looks in this new pic put out by Marvel. (Digital Spy)


Things We Saw Today

Things We Saw Today: Bilbo’s Shire Gel

Well, Tolkien did like to spend a lot of his thinking time in the bath… (Nerd Approved)


Agent of S.T.Y.L.E.

Agent of S.T.Y.L.E. – The New 52 Flash Legacy Part 3

Quick Flash recap. First we had Jay Garrick. Then we had a reboot in 1956 that introduced Barry Allen, said to live on a parallel Earth. Then a reboot in 1986 made Barry’s sidekick the new Flash and also altered history so Jay now lived on the same earth. In 2011, DC had another company-wide reboot in which all comic titles were cancelled and 52 new titles were released. In the New 52, Jay Garrick and Barry Allen once again live on separate Earths and Kid Flash is a very different character. Let’s get to it!

The Flash Legacy – Part 1

The Flash Legacy – Part 2


What Boys Think of Girls

Warner Bros. Animation Takes Issue With Girls Watching Their Programs

Does it ever feel like Warner Bros. thinks girls are icky? Here’s a story that may lend credence to that theory.


And Fansplosions Abound

New Powerpuff Girls Special Coming To Cartoon Network Plus A DC Nation Shake-Up

Cartoon Network is busy presenting their upcoming roster of shows for advertisers and we’ve seen some interesting developments. For one, there’s an all-new Powerpuff Girls special making its way to the network but Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Green Lantern: The Animated Series, and Young Justice are notably absent. Could this mean what we think it means? It sure can considering two new DC shows are premiering soon. 


Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

The Teen Titans Find Out What Happens When You Give A Baby A Time Machine [VIDEO]

Even though we haven’t heard any news on the status of Cartoon Network’s DC Nation programming block since it was pulled mid-October, we’ve got a new short! The Teen Titans are back and they’re dealing with a very precocious baby.

(via DC Women Kicking Ass)

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Fans Do Cool Things

Teen Titans Fan Comic Concept Art Is Seriously Cool

Oskar Vega is a comic book fan. He especially likes the Teen Titans. So what did he do? Start creating his own Teen Titans fan comic. And holy hell, is it gorgeous. Check out the concept art featuring all of your favorite characters in both plain clothes and their superhero costumes!


Great Hera!

Teen Titans Go Returns to TV, Amethyst of Gemworld Returns to the DCU (Written by the Creator of Jem and the Holograms)

DC Comics is coming up on the year mark on its New 52 reboot, and the 52 have not gone without some pruning and additions. The third wave of the reboot is now upon us, and contains one addition we’re positively delighted to see. Not only does it resurrect a long dormant female character who most people have never heard of, she’s also in something of a genre twist for the DC universe, and her book is going to be written by the woman who created hard-rocking, kickass ’80s heroines Jem and the Holograms.

Look, just let me talk about Amethyst and Christy Marx for a bit, and then I’ll tell you about how Teen Titans is coming back to TV with its entire original voice cast.


In Which We Make A Terrible Pun

Another Brand New Clip of Teen Titans from DC Nation

Glen Murakame‘s Teen Titans enjoyed an incredibly popular run from 2003 to 2006, introducing millions of kids to the relatively unknown-outside-of-comics characters of Starfire, Raven, and Terra (as well as Beast Boy and Cyborg). It’s dedicated fanbase, so long denied any new material, must be excited to see this take on the characters returning in the form of shorts on DC Nation. But that won’t stop me from saying, of this clip: That’s so Raven.

(via DC Women Kicking Ass.)

And Fansplosions Abound

The Teen Titans Return in Our First Look at Their Shorts From the Upcoming DC Nation Hour

Teen Titans, in its very popular run of five seasons, began as a show intended for the young audience that might be interested in DC superheroes, and in that respect its cartoony tone and frequent diversions into anime style chibis grabbed a lot of attention. The show remained a hit, however, by doing what most kids shows with broad appeal do: treating its characters like three-dimensional objects and slowly deepening their development and the seriousness of the situations they were in.

Which is all a round about way of saying that we’re sure a lot of people are really excited to see that interpretation of the characters back for the DC Nation programming block premiering on Cartoon Network in March. Enjoy!

Previously in DC Nation