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New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Brain Food

Warner Bros. Animation has just released a new preview clip for the next episode of Teen Titans Go!, titled “Brain Food.” The episode will air this coming Wednesday, March 5, at 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network.

The episode focuses on Beast Boy as he grows tired of being considered as the least intelligent member of the Teen Titans. At first, he tried all sorts of things in order to get smart, each one failing as hard as the last. With all options exhausted, he decided to use Raven’s spell book – but not to make himself smarter, but to make the rest of the other titans dumber.

You can watch the clip below, as well as a bunch of preview images:

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Breakfast Cheese

Warner Bros. Animation has just released a new video clip for the most recent episode of Teen Titans Go!, titled “Breakfast Cheese,” which focuses on Starfire and her tendency to be gentle and good-natured to the point of naiveté. The episode aired Wednesday, January 22, 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network.

In Breakfast Cheese, we get to see Starfire having an epiphany and managing to convince her fellow Titans to join her in living a life of peace and non-violence. It serves as a reminder that Starfire is the counterbalance to Raven’s pessimism (which she actually dropped temporarily in a previous episode, with Cyborg taking over being the team’s wet blanket after donning Raven’s cloak).

You can check out the video clip below:

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Legs

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Warner Bros. Animation has just released a new teaser clip for the next episode of Teen Titans Go!, titled ‘Legs.’ The episode will be airing tonight, January 15, at 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network.

In ‘Legs,’ we see a different side of the team’s resident brooding sorceress, Raven. For starters, there are scenes of her intentionally without her trademark cloak and hood. She also discovers just how much fun it is to actually use her legs instead of levitating around the place. However, we also get to see a different side of Cyborg, as he starts becoming more dark and sarcastic after getting Raven’s cloak stuck on his head. You can watch the clip below:

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Nose Mouth

Warner Bros. has just released a new non-exclusive teaser clip for the next episode of the hit animated sitcom, Teen Titans Go! Titled ‘Nose Mouth.’ The episode airs tonight at 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network. This marks the series’ first episode for the year 2014, so it is expected to start the series with a bang. Or whatever passes for out of the norm in the show’s trademark chaos.

In ‘Nose Mouth,’ Raven finally gives in to temptation and uses her magic to solve problems around the Tower, not knowing that each spell makes her more and more evil, until the point where she decides to change not only the Titans, but the entire world.

You can check out the clip and a bunch of teaser images below:

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Books

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Warner Bros. Animation has just released a brand-spanking new non-exclusive clip for the next episode of Teen Titans Go!, titled “Books.” The episode will air this coming Wednesday, October 2, at 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network.

The episode deals with a subject near and dear to every kid’s heart: The Limitless Power of One’s Imagination, as the Titans discover the joys of reading. However, the wonder soon turns into a nightmare as they come across a book that brings their thoughts to life – and we all know just how deadly their imaginations can be. Their enjoyable reading session soon turns into the team fighting for their life against their very own imaginations.

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Colors of Raven

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Warner Bros. Animation has just released a new preview clip for the next episode of the breakthrough animated comedy series Teen Titans Go!, titled ‘Colors of Raven.’ The episode is scheduled to air this coming Wednesday, September 18, at 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network.

The Colors of Raven episode focuses on Raven, or rather, five of her – as a mysterious prism creates five of the young heroine, with each copy representing a different color and a different aspect of her personality. One Raven is usually not a problem as she’s laid back and prefers the rowdier members of the group like Beast Boy and Cyborg to do all the trouble-mongering, but five Ravens seems to be too much and has disrupted life in the Tower, resulting in the team banding together in order to put them back together again via the prism. But first they have to catch all of her first.

You can check out the clip below:

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Terra-ized!

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A new clip has been released for the next episode of DC’s hit animated comedy series Teen Titans Go!, titled “Terra-ized!” The episode is scheduled to air this coming Tuesday, August 20, at 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network.

The episode puts Beast Boy front and center, as he falls under the delusion that villainess Terra is his new girlfriend. Never one to pass up an opportunity, Terra strings Beast Boy along and takes advantage of his feelings in order to gain access to all of the Titans’ secrets. Her ploy seems to have worked well enough to trick the entire team, with only Raven remaining suspicious – which is another problem unto itself, as the rest of the team believe that Raven is just being jealous.

The clip is provided below, featuring one of the scenes in which Terra tries to hack into the Titan Tower’s defense system, only to be caught by Robin. However, Beast Boy sticks up for her and tells the team his undoubtedly sugar-coated version of the events that lead to them being an item. Everyone, except for Raven, seems to be convinced.

SDCC 2013: ToonBarn interviews Tara Strong from Teen Titans Go!

Tara Strong, who plays Raven on Teen Titans Go!, is being interviewed by ToonBarn's Marc Morrell at SDCC 2013

She plays Raven on the wildly popular Cartoon Network show, Teen Titans Go! Of course, you also know her as Bubbles on The Powerpuff Girls, Barbara Gordon (Batgirl) on Beware the Batman, Timmy Turner on The Fairly Oddparents, Mary Jane on Ultimate Spider-Man, Twilight Sparkle on all the different My Little Pony series’, (sorry, had to pause to breathe) Harley Quinn on Robot Chicken DC Comics Special and in video games, Young Ben Tennyson on Ben 10, Terrence on Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, and a million other roles in video games, cartoons, and animated features. OK, maybe not a million, but IMDB lists her involvement in 358 different titles, with more than a thousand different characters from doing multiple roles in each title.

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Girl’s Night Out

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Warner Bros. Animation has just released a non-exclusive teaser clip for this week’s episode of the hit animated comedy series, Teen Titans Go!, titled “Girl’s Night Out,” featuring Raven being her usual self, which is mean-especially to her enemies. It is revealed in the clip that she has a habit of visiting the imprisoned Jinx when she’s bored, just to gloat.

New Teen Titans Go! Clips: Dude Relax and Laundry Day

New Teen Titans Go! Clips: Dude Relax and Laundry Day

Warner Bros. Animation has just released a couple of preview clips for this week’s episode of the breakthrough animated comedy series, Teen Titans Go! The clips are titled “Dude Relax” and “Laundry Day.” There are also images provided, in case you want your pictures still instead of moving. The video clips can be watched below:

The first videoclip is titled “Dude Relax!” and features the boy wonder, Robin, doing his level best to learn how to be lazy. Would Batman approve of it? Tough luck. Teen Titans is Robin’s team, and if the teen superhero wants to laze around, he can do so.

New Teen Titans GO! Clips: Double Trouble and The Date

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Warner Bros. has just released a couple of new teaser clips from the next episode of Teen Titans Go!, which is scheduled to air on Tuesday, May 6, at 7:30 PM on the Cartoon Network. We also have a bunch of non-exclusive images, in case you’re prejudiced against moving pictures (them new technologies are the pits, right?!).

The first clip is titled “Double Trouble,” and features big guy (relatively speaking, actually) Cyborg managing to convince Raven to use magic in order to create a double of him and Beast Boy. The reason? They both wanted to always have someone to play with. Of course, everybody who knows the two heroes realizes that nothing good could ever come out of it.

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