Yes, there’s three different kinds.
This thread is dedicated to either three of the current Teen Titans series. Don’t know which is which? You’re not alone.
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This angst-filled series from the early 2000’s was the first maxiseries to be named after the Teen Titans. The series starred Beast Boy, Starfire, Raven, Robin, and Cyborg in Jump City battling a handful of classic as well as cartoony villains. The chief among these was Slade, depicted as the one-eyed assassin determined to take down the titans. The show was animated in an art style that would later be called “Murakanime”, named after one of the workers on the show. It lasted five seasons (one more than the writers intended) before getting cancelled after the cliff-hanger episode “Things Change”. Although the box-office failure of Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans has extinguished any chances of a sixth season, the series remains as a critically popular icon for millennials.
Teen Titans Go!
Made 10 years after the preceding series, Teen Titans Go! focuses on the same five cast members depicted above. These titans regularly face everyday problems, anywhere from chores, to boredom, to Santa’s naughty list. The show is animated in a simple, Lilliputian art style, including its various guest stars, such as Batman and Commissioner Gordon. The show is a first for any Cartoon Network or DC cartoon; having yet to be cancelled, the series sports over 300 episodes full of either rib-tickling, cringeworthy, or off-putting comedy.
The first DCU original to grace this very app, Titans is a TV-MA live-action show that became available in 2018. The series has a far more diverse main cast than either of the two series mentioned above, including the likes of Superboy, Hawk & Dove, and Wonder Girl. It was created by Akiva Goldsman (Batman Forever, Batman and Robin), Geoff Johns (Young Justice), and Greg Berlanti (Arrowverse), but it was originally intended for the channel TNT. This series is currently on hiatus, but it joins many of the award-winning content on HBO Max!