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New Teen Titans / Teen Titans Go!

Starting in 2012, Cartoon Network launched DC Nation, a programming block created to showcase the heroes of the DC Comics library. These 1-2 minute cartoon shorts aired during DC’s hour-long animated programming block, which included Green Lantern: The Animated Series and Young Justice.

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Picking up where the Teen Titans Animated series (2003-2006) left off, the New Teen Titans (2011) featured the gang in a series of chibi-style comedic shorts.

Scott Menville as Robin
Greg Cipes as Beast Boy
Khary Payton as Cyborg
Tara Strong as Raven
Hynden Walch as Starfire


Burping Contest (aired November 11, 2011)
Raven isn’t to happy about all the burping going on at the table.

Movies (aired February 15, 2012)
The Titans find it hard to sit still to watch a movie in 3D. All the while something sinister lurks behind the big screen at the theater.

Utility Player (aired March 10, 2012)
Beast Boy accidentally washes Robin’s utility belt and tries to cover it up just as the team faces Doctor Light.

Stream of Consciences (aired March 31, 2012)
The temptation for cookies is too much for Beast Boy to handle by himself.

Turn Back the Clock  (aired April 21, 2012)
Mad Mod’s time machine zaps the Titans through four decades of kooky costumes.

Blackfire’s Babysitter (aired May 12, 2012)
Starfire is enlisted to do some babysitting, but is surprised at whom she’ll be sitting.

Cyborg the Lifeguard (aired June 2, 2012)

Taped Before a Live Studio Audience (aired June 9, 2012)

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Teen Titans Go! To Join Dc Nation in 2013
Posted June 11, 2012 

Cartoon Network has announced a return of the Teen Titans in 2013. Much like the recent DC Nation shorts, the show will feature chibi-style antics of our familiar cast.

Here’s how the network describes the show: Teen Titans Go! features the return of Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Cyborg in all-new, comedic adventures. Character-driven comedy is the order of the day as this new take on the super hero series focuses on the funny business that happens between saving the world and living together as teenagers without adult supervision. They may be super heroes who save the world every day … but somebody still has to do the laundry! With the ability to turn into any animal or detach their robotic limbs, teenage pranks reach a whole new level. And even super heroes have to take Driver’s Ed. to get a license – especially after wrecking the Batmobile on an unauthorized joy ride to impress a girl!

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    I can’t wait till the new series comes out!