Teen Titans

“Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo” Feature Returning To Cartoon Network Later This Month

The 2006 direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature is slated to air later this month on Cartoon Network. The animated feature returns for a special presentation on Sunday, July 24th, 2011 at 11:00am (ET) as part of the special weekend of superhero-themed programming on Cartoon Network. Official details on the Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature are available below.


Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
Cartoon Network, Sunday, July 24th, 2011, at 11:00am (ET)

When a high-tech ninja attacks Titans Tower, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy spring into action. Robin finds out that the ninja was sent by a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, and the Teen Titans travel to Tokyo to track the villain down.

Further details on the direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature can be found at the Teen Titans subsite here at The World’s Finest. The direct-to-video animated featured originally premiered on Cartoon Network in 2006 before arriving on DVD in 2007.

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Cartoon Network Schedules “Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo” For New Year’s Eve

The 2006 direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature is slated to air in prime-time during Cartoon Network’s special movie-themed New Year’s Eve programming. The animated feature is scheduled to air Friday, December 31st, 2010 at 6:00pm (ET), one of the many features the network has scheduled for the day. Official details on the Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature are available below.


Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
Cartoon Network, Friday, December 31st, 2010, at 6:00pm (ET)

When a high-tech ninja attacks Titans Tower, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy spring into action. Robin finds out that the ninja was sent by a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, and the Teen Titans travel to Tokyo to track the villain down.

Further details on the direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature can be found at the Teen Titans subsite here at The World’s Finest. The direct-to-video animated featured originally premiered on Cartoon Network in 2006 before arriving on DVD in 2007.

Teen Titans can still be seen on Cartoon Network and the spin-off specialty network Boomerang. Stay tuned for further schedule updates here soon at The World’s Finest.

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Cartoon Network Preps “Teen Titans: Trouble In Tokyo” Animated Feature For Next Week

The 2006 direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature is slated to air next week in prime-time on Cartoon Network. The animated feature is scheduled to air on Wednesday, November 11th, 2009 at 8:30pm (ET) as part of the special Wednesday holiday programming on Cartoon Network. Official details on the Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature are available below.


Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
Cartoon Network, Wednesday, November 11th, 2009, at 8:30pm (ET)

When a high-tech ninja attacks Titans Tower, Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven and Beast Boy spring into action. Robin finds out that the ninja was sent by a mysterious and menacing Japanese criminal known as Brushogun, and the Teen Titans travel to Tokyo to track the villain down.

Further details on the direct-to-video Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo animated feature can be found at the Teen Titans subsite here at The World’s Finest. The direct-to-video animated featured originally premiered on Cartoon Network in 2006 before arriving on DVD in 2007.

In further schedule news, Cartoon Network is also slated to air the a two-hour block of Teen Titans episodes from 12:00pm (ET) to 2pm (ET) on Wednesday, November 11th, 2009. The Teen Titans episodes featured in the block of episodes include “Transformation,” “Bunny Raven…or….How to Make a Titananimal Disappear,” “Episode 257-494,” and “Go.” Please note schedule details are subject to change. Stay tuned for further updates.

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Cartoon Network Schedules Marathon For “Teen Titans” Animated Series Later This Week

Cartoon Network is scheduled to air a special marathon of Teen Titans episodes on Wednesday, August 5th, 2009, beginning at 10am (ET). The eight-hour marathon will cover the first 16 episodes of the classic fan-favorite animated series. The schedule for the Teen Titans marathon is below.

Wednesday, August 5th, 2009
10:00am (ET) “Divide and Conquer”
10:30am (ET) “Sisters”
11:00am (ET) “Final Exam”
11:30am (ET) “Forces of Nature”
12:00pm (ET) “Sum of His Parts”
12:30pm (ET) “Nevermore”
1:00pm (ET) “Switched”
1:30pm (ET) “Deep Six”
2:00pm (ET) “Masks”
2:30pm (ET) “Mad Mod”
3:00pm (ET) “Car Trouble”
3:30pm (ET) “The Apprentice, Part 1”
4:00pm (ET) “The Apprentice, Part 2”
4:30pm (ET) “How Long Is Forever?”
5:00pm (ET) “Every Dog has His Day”
5:30pm (ET) “Terra”

Both Cartoon Network and the spin-off specialty channel Boomerang regularly airs reruns of Teen Titans.

Check out the Teen Titans subsite here at The World’s Finest for a complete look at the classic animated series. Stay tuned for further updates.

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Press Release For Upcoming “Teen Titans” Animated Series Memorial Day Marathon

Press Release:

Teen Titans Star in Boomerang’s Memorial Day Marathon
Twelve Action-Driven Hours of Original Animated Series Hail Start of Summer on Monday, May 25, 12 p.m.-12a.m.

Fighting for truth, justice and the last slice of pizza, the D.C. Comics Teen Titans are five super heroes who are living proof that you’re never too young to save the planet. Twenty-nine hand-selected episodes of the hit animated series will air uninterrupted over 12 hours on the commercial-free Boomerang network, Monday, May 25, starting at 12 noon and culminating at 12 a.m. (ET). Teen Titans originally premiered on Cartoon Network in 2003 to great viewer and critical acclaim, making the series an instant classic for younger generations and a TV favorite for comic book fans of all ages.

Based on the long-running DC Comics series, Teen Titans features five teenage superheroes who each exhibit special powers. The team is led by Robin, the acrobatic and daring group leader with a stocked utility belt and no fear. Beast Boy, small in stature and quick with a joke, can shift into the form of any animal, from a tiger to a Tyrannosaurus Rex. Starfire is new to Earth and nave to its ways, but when it is time for a throw-down, she fights as hard as any of the others. The spooky, deadpan Raven can control inanimate objects with her powerful mental abilities. Hulking Cyborg is half-man, half-machine and the most powerful member of the team.

But Teen Titans is not all about superpowers and bad guys. Like most teens, they love hanging out with their friends, playing video games and going to parties. And also like most adolescents, they each are trying to find their place in the world and deal with their growing pains as best as they can.

“A Teen Titans marathon is the perfect way to ring in the summer,” Said Stacy Isenhower, senior vice president of programming and scheduling for Boomerang and Cartoon Network. “Teen Titans shows us that we can be capable of great things while still having a little fun.”

Highlights of the marathon include:

* 12 p.m. (ET): “How Long is Forever?” – A super-thief from the future called WARP travels back in time to steal a priceless antique. But when the Teen Titans show up to stop him, the villain tries to escape.

* 2:05 p.m. (ET): “Date with Destiny” – A creepy criminal known as Killer Moth threatens to destroy the city with a flying army of mutant moths unless Teen Titan Robin agrees to take Killer Moth’s spoiled-rotten teenage daughter Kitten to her junior prom!

* 3:45 p.m. (ET): “Betrayal” – After a few weeks as a Teen Titan, Terra has everything she ever wanted: a nice home, good friends, and even a little romance with Beast Boy. Everything seems perfect…but is it?

* 4:35 p.m. (ET): “Aftershock: Part One” – A long-lost friend of the Teen Titans returns with a vengeance , and Slade orders Overload, Cinderblock, and Plasmus to launch a series of sinister strikes all over the city. Can our heroes stop three monsters, Slade, and their newest enemy?

Boomerang is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.’s (TBS, Inc.) 24-hour cable/satellite network offering the best in classic animated entertainment. In partnership with Cartoon Network, the service boasts 75 percent unduplicated programming and is available to cable/satellite operators and their customers in Spanish. Boomerang’s official Web site is located athttp://Boomerang. CartoonNetwork.com .

Cartoon Network (CartoonNetwork.com), currently seen in more than 97 million U.S. homes and 166 countries around the world, is Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.’s ad-supported cable service now available in HD offering the best in original, acquired and classic entertainment for kids and families. Overnight from 10 p.m.-6 a.m. (ET, PT), Cartoon Network shares its channel space with Adult Swim, a late-night destination showcasing original and acquired animation for young adults 18-34.

Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner company, creates and programs branded news, entertainment, animation and young adult media environments on television and other platforms for consumers around the world.

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