Justice League vs Teen Titans
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Soon after Damian joins the Teen Titans as Robin, a rift develops between the Justice League and the Titans over Raven, whom the JL sees as being in league with her father, the demon Trigon, while the Titans see her as his victim. Soon the rift turns into an all-o ut war, as the Titans take it upon themselves to protect Raven from the League, while thwarting Trigon’s plans to create a hell on E arth.]]>
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Jeff H. keeps wondering why Warner Brothers doesn't try to released these animated movies based on DC comics and graphic novels on the Silver Screen in a national/international released. It all depends on the economics, I do keep reminding him. A Big Screen release would, in all likelihood, drastically cut into the profit margin. A straight to DVD release guarantees a bigger profit margin for Warner Brothers and keeps future productions in the pipeline.
What to do with an out-of-control Robin who frequently ignores Batman's - his father's - commands and takes action on his own to resolve a situation - in this case a villain who suddenly gets a boost of supernatural power?
Hey so Robin ignores Batman's orders to lead civilians to safety by going off to confront the newly powerful villain and in the process not only takes him down, but manages to destroy the multi-million dollar Batplane in the process. It's amusing to see how impressed everyone else in the Justice League is impressed by Damien's actions; but are rendered silent by a smoldering glance from Batman.
Batman decides Robin - Damien - needs to learn the importance of teamwork and relationship building. So he delegates Nightwing - Dick Grayson - to drive him out to the Titan Tower where he will become a member of the Teen Titans who are under the guidance of Starfire.
Once there, Damien promptly goes into battle with every Teen Titan in an effort to show that he's Number One and is promptly almost killed; but healed by Teen Titan member Raven.
Raven is hiding from her father - the uber-demon of Hell - Trigon. Having once trapped him in a dimension that he destroyed, Raven is seeking her own place. Trigon has other plans. He wants Raven to free him so that he can destroy the Earth and other dimensions. His demons take over all of the Justice League - except the ever paranoid Batman who injects himself with nerve toxin to force the demon out of his body - and coerce Raven to start the process to released him into the world.
"Justice League vs Teen Titans" explores how a person gains their sense of identity and self worth - while of course in a life-and-death struggle with a multi-dimensional villain.
The comedy is a little more kid-oriented compared to the other films, it's clear they wanted to grab a bigger audience here, but it was still pretty good.
Raven's voice was the super generic "goth kid" voice, much preferred her "Teen Titans" voice. Starfire's voice was way too "motherly" - which contrasted with them still trying to give her ditsy lines from time to time.
Blue Beetle & Beast Boy flirting = yas. Beast Boy was cool, more of the Young Justice design.
Why wasn't Blue Beetle on the cover??? Again, trying to grab Teen Titans audiences w/o thinking about the current canon.
Overall was a pretty good animated film for this universe, and made me miss the old school "Teen Titans" cartoon.
After Batman: Bad Blood, Batman sends Robin over to the headquarters of The Teen Titans for the sake of learning teamwork and more importantly, surrounding him with heroes that are his age. The question is will this stubborn fighter learn how to work with a team or will he just stick with the status-quo.
I felt it was time to bring The Teen Titans into this film library and the fact that this pivotal film unites the two New 52 story arcs together was pretty well executed. I thought the story wasn't the strongest this library has given us but, the fun factor is there. As a person who loved Young Justice that atmosphere is brought into this film. The chemistry between the characters was well done, the story is great especially, dealing with the origins of Raven and diving into the magical elements of the DCAU which they have not done much of. Stuart Allen and Sean Maher returning as Robin and Nightwing is such a great touch and Stuart Allen has proven himself to be such a driving force in these films. I my opinion he is the second coming of Kevin Conroy. Every time he voices Robin there is always something new and exciting to see. Even if the film is not the best he always shines.
This film not only creates a brand new story arc in the New 52 timeline but, it keeps the story strong and it shows us that The Teen Titans are relevant. I am hoping with the next story we get more surprises and more action from these young heroes.