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WC13 | Warner Bros. Releases Teen Titans Go! Sneak Peek


Warner Bros. Animation has released a preview of Cartoon Network’s Teen Titan Go! that was screened over the weekend at WonderCon in Anaheim.

Announced in June, the new series features all-new comedic adventures of Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Cyborg, who have appeared in chibi form in a series of well-received shorts airing on DC Nation. Like those “New Teen Titans” shorts, the show will employ a super-deformed style and feature the voices of original Teen Titans cast members Scott Menville, Hynden Walch, Khary Payton, Greg Cipes and Tara Strong.

Teen Titans Go! premieres Tuesday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT on Cartoon Network, with rebroadcasts airing in the DC Nation block Saturdays at 10:30 a.m., beginning April 27.

Featuring the return of Robin, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Cyborg in all-new, comedic adventures, Teen Titans Go! will premiere in April 2013. Character-driven comedy is the order of the day as this new take on the superhero series focuses on the funny business that happens between saving the world and living together as teenagers without adult supervision. The series stars the principal voice cast from the original Teen Titans, and is produced by Warner Bros. Animation.


  • Jay

    I’m really excited for this series. Since Titans history was wiped in the new 52 and no one noticed, this is the last remnants we have of the Wolfman and Perez’s Teen Titans.

  • Deucible the Sixth

    So glad we lost Young Justice for this…

  • Christopher Shafer

    This is so stupid.

  • Walter Thompson

    Yeah… I’m SO NOT going to watch it.

  • ziza9

    Someone thought this was more meaningful TV than YJ and GL. Pass.

  • batGRRRl4ever

    That looks like a great show, for anyone under the age of 8.

  • Chris Humphrey

    I just don’t see why YJ and GL had to be offed to make room for this

  • Wll

    This is no where close to Perez and Wolfman’s Teen Titans.

  • kalorama

    No, someone thought it was more profitable than YJ or Gl. And they were most likely right.

  • Jay

    It’s the team minus Wonder Girl and Kid Flash. The original series definitely took more from this run. They adapted the Judas Contract and The Terror of Trigon (albeit a more kid friendly versions). In New 52, it appears that none of these characters have been Teen Titans (assuming that Robin is Dick Grayson).

  • Jay

    I’d like to think that DC Nation block would have become expanded if both series had high ratings and sold their outside merchandise. I don’t have any inside information, but shows with great ratings that sell merch are usually not cancelled.

  • Teentitansfan

    they could have at least used the old animation:/ This isn’t going to be as good as i thought it was:(

  • drumontVZLA

    so DC is marketing young, veeery young kids? cool, but what about the people who pays for the toys? and actually buys the comics?

  • JusticeBringer

    The cartoon version is Tim Drake, not Dick.

  • Jay

    The creators did not dwell on secret identities, but when Raven possessed Robin’s mind, she saw two people on the trapeze to fall, Dick Grayson’s origin.

  • JusticeBringer

    Interesting. My mistake. He sure didn’t act like Dick, at all.

  • DominionX

    “How To Pander To Kids and Make Millions on Merchandise” A Book by Cartoon Network

  • STY

    If DC wants us to forget everything before the New 52, why do they keep making animated series based on the previous, better DC Universe?

  • demoncat_4

    surprised instead of this they did not just resurect the old titans cartoon and did more episodes that way for this one has dumbed down robin plus raven was missing from the battle.

  • Nicholus Amrose Karikala

    This is a piece of shit, why did they find the need to ruin a good cartoon arrrrrgggggghhhhhhhhhh



  • Seriously??

    More than half of Cn’s shows don’t even sell merchandise, you can’t say that it would be cancelled because of merch sales. Most people are mad at CN for cancelling Yj not only because they cancelled it, it’s because CN treated their YJ fans so poorly by making them wait half a year for new episodes but only airing 2 episodes and making them wait another 4 months, and CN never even had the gut’s to release an official statement of the cancellation of the show, they never even announced it was being cancelled! They just took them off the schedule just like that. I understand cancelling a show but having to treat their fans so badly for this wanna be teen titans garbage is just sad and depressing.

  • Jay

    I think he acted true to Dick Grayson through his leadership skills and fighting. He’s younger version of Dick Grayson as well. As comic book character, Dick Grayson got most of his strong character development from his transformation during Wolfman and Perez’s Teen Titans run.
    He was amalgamation character, in the same way Wally West was on the Justice League series. He took all the best elements of the best Robins and rolled them all into one.

  • Jay

    I’m just say what I read about the shows cancellations. According to reports, YJ and GL had trouble selling their action figures.

    Action shows or more specifically superhero based shows have a different budgets and different set of rules. Virtually all superhero related shows have had merchandise (like action figures) related to them.

    The sales of action figures and other merch are indicative of fan intensity for a product, especially among young ages. CN’s target demographic is 8 to 15 so if there is not a great deal of fan intensity among those ages then CN would obviously have take that into consideration.

    My point was the show lacked in both overall ratings and fan intensity among the target demographic. If the show did those well, I am confident CN would have renewed the show.

  • Anonymous

    I thought this was nice animated but not. It was freaking bad, the drawings are bad, just like what happened to Ben 10 Omniverse, i thought it was great but no. Great shocking.