Top 10 Best Teen Titans EpisodesTeen Titans is a 2003 animated television series based on the DC Comics superhero team of the same name, consisting of Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy.
Super intense, especially that quiet moment in the room, where Raven tries to see Slade through Robin's eyes, and suddenly Slade appears and hits Robin, but the hit effects Raven too. It must have been so intense for Star, Cy and Beast Boy, in a room all quiet, watching Raven meditate, then Raven cries out and hits the floor! Fantastically intense, this is a truely amazing episode
This episode is great because it tests Robin's ability to let go. I enjoy it because it reminds me of Apprentice as well and is very deep and sad. The first time I watched it the episode was hard to follow but after watching it many times I understand the full meaning.
I loved this episode so much. I introduced a bunch of question that kept you hooked onto the show. It had so much action and emotion and was one of the deepest episodes.
Easily the most cerebral and creepy the series ever got, and among its three darkest episodes. Beyond it's perfect utilization of Slade it is a surprisingly deep depiction of paranoia and PTSD for a kid's show
Arguably a better adaptation of the "Terror of Trigon" than the original comic, or at least a more logically consistent one. As for the series itself this three parter hit highs in animation and characterization showing how the characters have become a true family and will do anything for each other. Slade's arc is also interestingly and surprisingly satisfyingly completed. Kevin Michael Richardson gives and excellent portrayal of Trigon for as little as he is in the series and Terra Strong is on her A game in what already was on of the best VA rolls of her career.
This episode was great. It was so adorable when Robin gave 6-year old Raven a piggy-back! However, the 'enemy of my enemy is my friend' element with Slade wasn't true. I think he crossed the never ever friend line 3 seasons before this
Then Nega versions of Starfire, Cyborg and Beast Boy looked so cool! I'd love to see a Nega Raven, and Robin too.
Unlike Teen Titans vs Justice League where Trigon was the big bad, at least he HAD a personality in this series.
This has always been my favourite.
It's so sad when Terra sacrifices herself to save her friends and the city.She's my third favourite and watching this episode has always been hard on me.
Ashely Johnston's portray of Terra reinvented a largely unsympathetic character from the comics to a deeply tragic one. Additionally for as early in the series as this was the emotion beats and pay off for the prior two seasons was amazingly fulfilling. In particular the way the creators were able to reinvent Terra into a sympathetic anti-villain and still pay homage the bonkers sexual relationship between Terra and Deathstroke from the comics by reinterpreting it as a different type of physical and emotional abuse / control is commendable.
The two-part episode shows how dangerous and powerful the Titans can be when determined to stop a criminal. What makes it more remarkable is their forgiveness to a friend who sacrificed herself when she turned against her former master.
Slade sucks. Terra was truely the awesome one here as she kills Slade, even though he gets resurrected (Slade getting resurrected is good because it means he can get killed a second time
This episode always makes me kinda sad... Even though it has a happy ending, it does bring up a subject that no one really likes to think about - our beloved main characters separating. And there is some weight to that thought because you know, they won't be teens forever... What will happen to the team as they grow up?
This one was a bit too foreboding for me, but I understand why the comments below are positive. I personally think Star fell into an alternate dimension were she doesn't come back to the present, and the others were too sad to continue the team (personal opinion)
Just such an interesting take on the future of the world's youngest super heroes. My absolute favorite episode.
I think all episodes of teen titans are great,but this episode is one of my favourite.
My absolute favorite episode of Teen Titans! The introduction is simple enough, however, the episode quickly becomes more complex. The small details are each thoughtfully placed to give a real sense of suspense and even fear on the Titans part, for example, the dog being afraid of him after Beast Boy finally snaps during his battle with Adonis immediately sends a clear message to the audience that something is wrong. The tension between Beast Boy and the other Titans, especially Raven, is very clear and his claims of innocence add to that very nicely. The plot twist is one of the most well-executed in the series, and this episode supports the BBRae ship, so how could I not love it? Overall, a very well written and an extremely well execution of what is possibly the best Teen Titans episode to date that is definitely worth a watch.
This episode is pretty good but I never understood why Beast Boy had to save Raven from Adrios in the first place. Raven has a defense or attack for nearly everything Adrios' were-form could do. Why did Raven have to be saved?
This episode was my introduction to the series and the reason why Beast Boy is my favorite character.
I've always wanted to watch it, but after watching the clip, I felt like I want to watch it more than anything! Beast Boy was so WILD
The most notable episode. The deepest... When I reminisce on my childhood, one of the most vivid mental pictures is Raven's father against the backdrop that is Raven's mind
This is the episode where the series goes from "good" to "AMAZING". This is my favorite episode so far. I haven't seen "Haunted" yet.
The title is a pun. Edgar Allen Poe poem "Raven" is about a raven that says like nevermore or something. A for pun, dude.
Raven: You stayed? I thought you didn't like me.
Beast Boy: Thought you didn't like me.
Wow that was cute.
This one is great! All the titans brought together in one place for an epic showdown against all their enemies. I just die when Beast Boy says " Titans Together" the only reason I don't claim it as one of my favorite episode is because I want to cry in it because I know the end is coming. I just hate to see good T.V. shows that I get attached to end.
"It was fascinating! I had no idea Earth-people ate so many pigs...and insects!"
This one is really good!
While the show began to hit its stride a few episodes earlier this two parter cemented it as far more than a simple kids show. Animation was the best up to that point and Ron Perlman cemented Slade as the dark heart of the show who would be necessary in at least one episode every season.
Did anybody see the badass flying ninja bird kick Raven does to Beast Boy in part 2? It proves Raven isn't just a feminin fighter and she can do close combat just as well as Robin, when she blocks all of his punches in a mini-bout they had using small force fields
I love this episode the most out of all of them because I have a 5 second long good feeling when Robin gets tortured but don't ask why.
I love these episode because they challenge their friendship and it makes the first season even better. to be honest the first season had the best episodes. I could watch apprentice ll everyday
In loved this episode because it was awesome to finally see the entire alliance the titans had been building over the season(s) unite into a single force to take down the Brotherhood of Evil. And honestly, how can you not love it?
I like this episode because it's like a reunion of the characters in the series. It's nice to see the heroes together. And also, it made me interested to know more about the characters who just showed up at this episode, such as Chesire, Hotspot, Angel, etc.
I love this episode because you find out how all the titans met. There's some things going on between starfire and robin too! It's a must see episode of teen titans!
I like it a lot!
This episode left more questions than answers, easily the worst episode.
All of those Beatles' references were really funny, too.
I think its racist...
One of the funniest episodes of the series, I love Malcom McDowell's performance as Mad Mod in this episode.
Great one as well!
Red X was always an obvious exspy of Red Hood but an interesting reinvention none the less. Channeling more of Jason Todd into the character brings a macabre sense of levity and the vaguely Zorroish motif helps the episode stand out. Animation is very good and is one of the two best episodes for getting insight into the show's version of Robin
No idea for why this episode is 33rd on this list. I mean, Red X's sass is unrivalled. Legit the sassiest, I mean, he says to Starfire: 'The only crime here is that you and I haven't gone on a date' right in front of Robin!
This episode saw the return of Red X, one of the biggest, most badass challenges that the titans faced. It's also note worthy that Robin gave a dark narrative in this episode and that Red X can now fit the role as an anti-hero
My least favorite, actually.
The True Master is hilarious! Rule: get to the temple before dark. Reason: "too dark to see the paths, is it's nothing? " So Funny!
ALL episodes are great, especially this one.
This one is funny when Robin comes back and says " the mask makes me feel cool too Robins"
Besides reviving the show's signature villain this is perhaps the most desperate the series gets, even more so than "the end". Perlman is always A+ as Slade but not only does his return throw the titans for an emotional loop but the degree to which he dominates them physically with his new powers is almost stressful to watch. Perlman also channels a t-1000 esc relentlessness in Slade's unstoppable singleminded pursuit of Raven. The fight choreography is possibly the best of any episode in the series and it is the first of 6 episode arc that is arguably a better version of "the terror of Trigon" arc than the original comic.
Whoever likes this, why do you like it? Just wanted to know. Do you like it because it made Slade better? Well, to be frank, it made him WORSE. Pathetically and randomly obeying this demon guy for no reason (and getting ressurected doesn't count, because Slade should have stayed dead). Do you like it because it makes Raven seem tough? Hey, guess what, 'utterly and hopelessly letting someone assault me' isn't the definition of 'being tough'. They're just stereotyping Raven, making her seem helpless when she was the opposite. Maybe you liked it for what Slade did to Raven? You liked her stripper-look, huh? Well guess what? That is literally the most Sexist thing I have seen In My Whole LIFE. This episode is just the dream of some sexist idiot. And guess what? I'm a BOY. I'm not a feminist girl, I am a boy who actually has a SENSE about all this stupid, wrong trash. Some Sixteen year olds are behaving like sexist twelvey flogs from this episode, and I'm 12! Stop, Bloody, Stereotyping and ...more
No. Just. No. Nearly undid my love for Teen Titans, no lie. I hate how they made Raven seem helpless to Slade! It Was Horrible.
The beginning of Raven's main arc, which was originally intended to be the final arc of the series
It was a good developmental and humorous episode. There was definite Starfire x Robin moments which I ship and love, and there was the running gag of the aliens treating Raven like a queen which was adorable, and then cyborg and Bb working together and the difference in intelligence was great
Starfire and Robin end up stranded in an alien planet and of course a guy and a girl stranded = romantic developments.
Robin is Christopher Atkins and Starfire is Brooke Shields.
Also, Cyborg and Beast Boy were basically Chewbacca and C-3PO in the episode.
The saddest episode of the show in my opinion. A very touching story about my favourite titan
The only episode I did not skip a moment of. Absolutely incredible!
Raven actually cried in this episode.
Bro this episode is bomb
Cutest dating scene in a cartoon I've ever watched!
This episode was fun but I really wanted to see the female contest side of it at the end, so the episode wouldn't be sexist
Man, I love this episode.
Wonderful! I loved the episode. I understand Raven a bit more, too.
Tons of action!
Very Funny Episode. Love the part with Beast Boy and the Battle Droids, when he wear Raven's cloak and tries a jedi mind trick by saying an Obi-Wan Kenobi line: "You don't need to see our identifications"
Also, at the end of the episode, when the titans are all having tea, Silky is fast asleep in the basket and that is just cute.
Very Funny. Love the 'Star Wars' parody. Raven's face is priceless when Beast Boy tries to persuade the battle droids.
And you have to admit, their pet, Silkie, is cute when he's asleep.
Ahaha this episode was so funny, they traveled into the T.V. and became part of parodies of real shows/movies/other stuff, I laughed so hard.
I loved this one!
Arguably a better version of the titans origins than the original comic, and easily the best episode of what is otherwise the weakest season of the series.
This one is how the Titans got together? And it referenced Batman
Why is it 17th?
Seriously? The episode that shows how the titans together #19? I don' t think so!
Teen Titans first meeting which started with Starfire vs. Robin+Beastboy+Raven+Cyborg!