Here are ToonBarn’s exclusive interviews with Tara Strong (Raven), Khary Payton (Cyborg), Greg Cipes (Beast Boy), Scott Menville (Robin), Sean Maher (Nightwing), Grey Griffin (Mrs. Claus), Jeff Mednikow (Producer/Director), and the Screenwriting team of Jeremy Adams and Marly Halpern-Graser.
Fans of the 2000s Teen Titans cartoon got a surprise for sticking around to the end credits of Teen Titans Go! to the Movies. A little teaser suggested the crew would be back and now a new video included in the home video release of Go! to the Movies gives it a title: Teen Titans […]
we are proud to present our exclusive interviews with Greg Cipes, Scott Menville, Khary Payton and Hynden Walch in the first interview and Aaron Horvath and Peter Michail in the second interview.
You’ve seen the teaser, now Warner Brothers have released the first full-length trailer for Teen Titans Go! To The Movies. The video features the Titans taking on Hollywood, the Justice League, rejection and some guy named Slade … who is totally not Deadpool. When the Teen Titans go to the big screen, they go big! […]
Cartoon Network Games has announced a sequel to its 2016’s Teen Titans Go! mobile game Teeny Titans. Using the same three-on-three RPG gameplay as its predecessor, Teen Titans Go! Figure adds a new storyline and a significant amount of content. The title will once again be developed by Grumpyface Studios. Teen Titans GO Figure! features […]
The two-part Flashback episode for Teen Titans Go! debuts on Cartoon Network tonight at 6 PM EDT. Also, we have interviews with Greg Cipes, Aaron Horvath and Michael Jelenic from WonderCon!
The animated comedy series Teen Titans GO! is currently wrapping up its fourth season on Cartoon Network, but fans shouldn’t fret because instead of ending, the show is going to make a big jump to the big screens via the upcoming movie, Teen Titans GO! to the Movies. What makes the movie even more special […]
Warner Brothers have released the first teaser for the fourth wall breaking, self-aware Teen Titans Go! To The Movies. In it, Robin laments the fact that pretty much every major superhero is getting a theatrical feature – well, except them. The comedic DC Entertainment film is scheduled to open in theatres on July 27th. When […]
The World Premiere of “The Self-Indulgent 200th Episode Spectacular, Parts 1 & 2” is airing on Cartoon Network at 6 PM EST on Friday, November 24th. Don’t miss it!
Combine the song with the Teen Titans, CeeLo Green, Fallout Boy, and B.E.R. themselves, all joining forces to stop the tyranny of an evil dragon, all in an animation style that hearkens back to the Heavy Metal days of the early 80s, and you have the makings of a worldwide phenomenon that people will continue to cherish for years to come.
Teen Titans Go! is ready to rock with a special 4 night event, “The Night Begins to Shine.” The alternate title is “The Day The Night Stopped Beginning to Shine And Became Dark Even Though it Was the Day.”
As Michael Jelenic said in our interview, the Easter Creeps episode, which debuts on Friday, April 14th at 6 PM EDT on Cartoon Network, includes two of the creepiest characters ever to appear in Teen Titans Go!, the Easter Bunny, and the Tooth Fairy. In this episode, it’s Easter, and the Tooth Fairy is trying to take over the holiday.