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CLIP: Teen Titans Go! – Let’s Get Serious

Warner Bros. Animation has just released a couple of new clips for the next hilarious episode of Teen Titans Go!, which is scheduled to air this coming Thursday, February 26 at 6:00/5:00c on Cartoon Network.

Titled ‘Let’s Get Serious,’ the episode is notable for featuring a completely different art style for the Titans, prompted by a meeting with Young Justice. The episode’s story has the members of Young Justice making short work of the HIVE while the Teen Titans are too busy cracking jokes. Of course, Robin doesn’t want his spotlight stolen so he convinces the team to buckle up and get serious.

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

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Real Boy Adventures

Warner Bros. Animation has released a new clip for the next episode of Teen Titans Go!, titled “Real Boy Adventures.” The episode is scheduled to air this coming Thursday, February 12, at 6:00/5:00c on Cartoon Network.

The episode borrows heavily from Pinocchio, as the Titans’ resident semi-real boy Cyborg has asked Raven to turn him into a real boy again. There’s just one thing that Cyborg forgot – all the things that made him cool (like his super powers) come from his cybernetic upgrades. Remove that and, well, he’s just a regular boy. You can view the clip after the cut:

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: No Power

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: No Power

Warner Bros. Animation has just released a new preview clip for next week’s episode of the hit animated comedy series, Teen Titans Go!, which is titled ‘No Power.’ The episode will air on Wednesday, November 6 at 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network.

In ‘No Power,’ Robin’s deep-seated insecurities about not having any super powers rises to the surface as he starts to complain about his fellow Titans being too dependent on their super powers. In an effort to prove himself right, the Boy Wonder challenges his teammates to go 24 hours without using any of their powers. Unfortunately, everyone succeeds, leading Robin to wonder whether he actually has any value to the team.

You can watch the preview clip below:

New Teen Titans Go! Clip: Artful Dodgers


Warner Bros. Animation has just released a new preview clip for the upcoming episode of Teen Titans Go! titled “Artful Dodgers,” which is scheduled to air on August 27, Tuesday, at 7:30 PM on Cartoon Network.

The episode Artful Dodgers finds the Titans being confident in their chances of winning an upcoming dodgeball championship. However, the confidence might be unwarranted as the only thing they have practiced so far is their victory dance. What makes matters worse is that they will have to go toe to toe with an unbeatable dodgeball team – the H.I.V.E.

You can check out the clip, as well as a bunch of images below:

Toonbarn Character of the Week: Terra

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The last episode of Teen Titans Go! featured Terra as a very important part of the story (basically, Terra took advantage of Beast Boy’s feelings in order to gain access to the Teen Titans’ secrets) so we felt that she deserves to be character of the week for, uhm, this week.

Now, there are a number of Teen Titans fans who dislike Teen Titans Go’s emphasis on situational comedy and sketches over action, and by extension also dislike the new versions of the heroes, including Terra. So it’s better if we start with the comic book version.

Terra getting popular enough to bring back as a major character in almost every TV iteration of Teen Titans is impressive, given that she was originally created by Marv Wolfman and George Perez as a side character with a finite lifespan. She was meant to be a traitor from the start and she was meant to die after a few issues.

SDCC 2013: ToonBarn Interviews Greg Cipes from Teen Titans Go!

Greg Cipes, a.k.a. Beast Boy on Teen Titans Go!, here with Marc Morrell from ToonBarn, at San Diego Comic-Con

Greg Cipes, the only cast member from Teen Titans Go! to dress up in a costume for San Diego Comic-Con 2013, is Beast Boy on the Cartoon Network show. When I say “is”, you might think he provides the “voice characterization” for Beast Boy, or he “acts” like Beast Boy. No… Greg Cipes IS Beast Boy. If you would have seen him at the Teen Titans Go! panel at San Diego Comic-Con, where Mix Master Mike provided musical accompaniment, you would have seen him dancing on the table in his costume, and singing the same song that Beast Boy sang to Terra in the Teen Titans Go! episode that was screened at the panel.

SDCC 2013: ToonBarn Interviews Scott Menville from Teen Titans Go!


Scott Menville, the voice of Robin on Teen Titans Go!, has been working with his castmates for several years now, if you count the original Teen Titans together with Teen Titans Go! They have formed close bonds that make doing their jobs very fulfilling. This chemistry makes every Teen Titans Go! episode a really fun ride. Given what we saw at San Diego Comic-Con last Sunday, you’d be hard-pressed to find another cast that has more genuine fun, while staying at the top of their game.


Since his debut as Spanky on The Little Rascals in 1982, at the tender age of 11, Scott Menville has been a voice actor in over 180 different cartoons, animated films, TV shows, and video games. He has been Jonny Quest, Fred Flintstone on The Flinstone Kids, Ma-Ti on Captain Planet and the Planeteers, and several roles on Scooby Doo cartoons and the Call of Duty video game series, just to name a very select few.

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.

Teen Titans GO! Gets Order for Second Season


Cartoon Network has recently announced that it has just picked up a 2nd season of the half hour animated comedy series Teen Titans GO! From Warner Bros. Animation. The news is hardly surprising, considering that Teen Titans Go! has been averaging more than 1.7 million total viewers per airing since its premiere on CN last April. The series has also managed to rank as the #1 program on Tuesday on all TV among kids aged 2 to 11, 6 to 11, and 9 to 14.

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