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Teen Titans Go!

Note: This is a review to the first half or so of the first season. Approximately 30 episodes have aired at this point.

I remember watching the original Teen Titans when I was a kid. I was captivated by the characters and entertained by the humor and action. That being said, I was really glad to hear that all of the original voices were returning for a continuation show.

Well, actually, it's not really a continuation. The episodes in the show don't even have continuation with themselves. Instead, it's an all-comedy show about what the Titans would do on their spare time. Though it's very different from the original show, Teen Titans Go! is a really fun show that is filled with laughs.

The first thing you would probably notice that's different is the animation. Instead of the anime-like animation, Teen Titans Go! uses flash animation. When I first saw it, I thought that it was a disrespect to the original. Though it took me a while to get used to, I eventually realized that it creates many hilarious situations.

The characters are mostly the same, except they're a lot goofier. Robin in particular is much more high strung than he was in the original, making him much funnier to watch. Though Raven was my favorite in the original show, Cyborg has now become my favorite of the group, because he's the funniest. That's not to say that Raven is worse, it's just that Cyborg improved significantly to the point where he's super awesome. Also, multiple references of other DC characters (specifically Batman) show up in the show, adding to the humor. Despite some appearances from the original series characters, I think there aren't enough who return. Slade is definitely a character who I'd like to see in this show.

The good thing about this show is that, unlike many of the cartoons today, Teen Titans Go! is a comedy show that's actually funny. However, I don't like how this show has to be rated PG, especially since most of the humor isn't that adult. That being said, it seems off that there are instances where there are really crude jokes. Being as the original show was Y7 and was aimed for kids, I would have appreciated it if this show did the same. Even still, the show is very entertaining and one of the only good ones currently out there.

Final Score: 8.3/10

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