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Starliar 0

When Starfire is the only Titan invited to the Teen Titans East "Dance Party", Beast Boy teaches Starfire to lie, to not hurt the other Titans' feelings. However, what starts off as a white lie turns into a huge lie that puts all the Titans at odds with one another! By far, one the best episodes that is primarily a Starfire focused one. While Beast Boy does help get this episode off the ground, by setting up Starfire to "learn" to lie, Hynden Walch's Starfire definitely carries the episode fro...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Stranded and hungry! 2

Hera and Sabine spend some personal time together working on their trust abilities, all while stranded on an abandoned Clone Trooper base fighting against beasts that only work in the shadows! Fun times had by all!Without a doubt, this is the most boring episode of the series so far. While it's good to finally see Hera out-and-about and actually doing something [other than flying the ship], this episode's story was not great at all. This episode's story focuses on trust, and how the team has bee...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Out of Power! 0

You could basically say this episode is about Wells. In the 7th episode of the series, Barry faces off against Blackout, a metahuman that feeds off electricity. When Barry goes toe-to-toe against this new metahuman, Barry loses his powers in the most inconvenient time! As not only does he have to fight for his life inside of S.T.A.R. Labs, but also has to deal with a hostage situation that involves the Clock King! In short, this is definitely an episode that shouldn't be passed up!Like I said in...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A jolt for bros! 0

A bro filled episode!If there is one word that'll be stuck in your head it is going to be, "BRO!" A new villain, going by the name Fistrick, decides to create chaos in Bellwood by using Megawhatts as an energy source. Originally causing 10-year old Ben trouble, the Megawhatts now need 16-year old Ben's help, before Fistrick captures them all and drains them for power! Again, if there is one thing you need to remember from this episode, it's the word "BRO!" This is a good example of the series hu...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A good finish to the start of a new Ben 10 series! 0

Khyber's hunt!Continuing where the last episode left off, Ben and Rook travel to Undertown to go after Khyber's dog. But as they hunt down Khyber's constantly shape-shifting canine, Ben and Rook encounter Psyphon (Vilgax's ex-number 1 henchman!) and his secret gang of villains beneath Undertown!This episode did well with continuing the story from the last episode, while getting viewers expectations up for what's to come from Ben's new "Big Bad." While Khyber took these two episodes to study Ben'...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

More Ben 10 is good, even if the darker tone is absent now. 0

Coming right off from Ben 10: Ultimate Alien comes, Ben 10: Omniverse! Whether you have been a fan of Ben 10 since the beginning or you are just hearing about him now, this is definitely a show worth watching!New everything!After the events of Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, we had Ben and his team (consisting of Kevin, Gwen, Julie, and Ship) defeating a superpowered Vilgax; and ultimately Azmuth taking Ben's Ultimatrix and giving him a new Omnitrix. And with the end of one Ben 10 era, so begins the nex...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Arrow's version of Harley Quinn. 0

Valentines Day came early. In this episode, an inspired wannabe-stalker-archer comes looking for love and acceptance from the man that inspired her to be Cupid, The Arrow! Arrows fly and people die as Oliver deals with Cupid and also with his true feelings for Felicity when she decides to spend more time with Ray Palmer. A good episode, not a great one, but definitely one that will make you look forward to future episodes! (Especially with the ending!)The mysterious girl from the last episode, G...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Roy Harper, you are GUILTY?! 2

In this episode, Roy deals with the possibility of him killing Sara and Ted Grant's origin is revealed when an old partner rises from the past! (Plus more Oliver in China!) A good episode that will give you a decent amount of action/story, excellent acting, and some hope to get your answers revealed. (Not necessarily in this episode, but in the episodes to come.)After the cliffhanger of the last episode, with the possibility of Roy killing Sara, we now see the repercussions it has on Roy (menta...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Power Moves. The episode that plays homage to Teen Titans' first episode! 0

In this episode titled, "Power Moves.", Beast Boy and Cyborg are a great combination for power moves, however when Robin and Cyborg accomplish a power move together, Robin decides to get a little clingy to his "new power move buddy" and decides that Beast Boy is the problem. In short, this is the episode that plays homage to the first Teen Titans episode, "Divide and Conquer.", all while making light of that episode and having Beast Boy and Robin fight over Cyborg. Hooray?So, homage is cool, am ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Staring at the Future 0

Staring at the future's main focus [character wise] is on Cyborg and Beast Boy. When a staring contest between the two Titans last for 30-years, Cyborg and Beast Boy find themselves living in a world of responsibility. And naturally, the two Lazy Sunday heroes hate it and must go back to the way things were! To summarize this review, if you enjoyed episode 114 Lazy Sunday then you will more than likely enjoy this episode as it is a nice [sorta] continuation of episode 114. The future, Nightwing...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Tower Power 0

Cyborg becomes Titans Tower.What happens when Cyborg gets uploaded into the Teen Titans' computer? Shenanigins! Possibly the best [and funniest] Cyborg focused episode, that'll make you question who your favorite Titan is after watching this episode. Well written and well acted, Khary Payton does an outstanding job as Cyborg and leads his fellow cast members/Titans on a hilarious adventure that has Cyborg becoming more-and-more machine. Say what you will about TTG! but at least the one thing tha...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Second Christmas 2

Everyone loves Christmas! Lights everywhere, people singing, food, presents, Santa, etc., but even Christmas has to end. However, the Teen Titans trick Starfire into believing that there is a Second Christmas and a second Santa. In short, a simple prank turns into something really, really crazy!This episode is an excellent example of what a TTG! episode should look like, when having all members of the series be the main focus or main drive of a particular epiosde. The case being this time, the e...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Robin needs powers too! 0

Tired of not having powers, Robin decides to use science [and Raven's magic] to give him superpowers! This couldn't possibly backfire! Some of the best episodes from TTG! involve Robin and his voice actor, Scott Menville, freaking out on a near constant basis and just acting plain crazy! Sure, that couldn't work in Teen Titans, but it certainly fits this Robin's M.O., to help him stand out from his peers and make this show a bit more enjoyable. And in reality, that's what this episode is about,...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Out of the job (feat. the Wonder Twins) 0

So, in this episode, Beast Boy gets kicked off the Teen Titans *gasp* because of his behavior and letting a planet blow up. So the Titans have auditions for the team, and decide to hire the Wonder Twins. Or, really they just hire Jayna. If you loved the Wonder Twins from Super Friends, then I'm sure you're going to enjoy their appearance in this episode!While this is a Beast Boy focused episode, this episode certainly makes effective use of The Wonder Twins as soon as possible! Plus, they reall...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The Night of the Girls! 0

To compete with the guy Teen Titans, Raven, Starfire, and [an unwilling] Jinx gave a Girl's Night Out. This was the first TTG! episode to have a "versus" pitting the girls against the boys; and probably one of the best episodes of season 1. So far, you've gotten an understanding that TTG! is crazy and uncanny. Seeing the Titan's [more comedic] personalities shine through Cartoonetwork's kids show. We've seen character-focused episodes from all the Titans, and some strange episodes [i.e.] by, Sil...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Books 0

Raven teaches her fellow Teen Titans the joy of reading. A really funny episode that primarily centers around Raven. So, like any other TTG! episode, some or all Titans are going to act quite stupid to an obvious fact. The some being Starfire, Robin, Beast Boy, and Cyborg and the obvious fact that reading is power. While this can't necessarily be called a Raven focused episode it should still be considered as what started that way, but ultimately had the other Titans carry this episode till the...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A lesson in being a ghost. 0

Beast Boy tricks Starfire into thinking that he is dead.You could call this episode a Beast Boy focused one, or you could call it a Beast Boy/Starfire focused episode. Either way, you'll laugh a couple of times but ultimately scratch your head and say, "What am I even watching? And why is it not funny?" Episode 109 Ghostboy is one, of many [sadly] in TTG!'s case, that start off with a pretty decent idea of a story with a couple of laughs hear-and-there, but as it goes on it starts to become this...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Mikey, give me your tots! GOSH! 0

Napoleon Dynamite and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! You aren't watching this series why again? I'm amazed that you're still reading this. (Which there are only two reasons.) One your a fan of Napoleon Dynamite and need a reason to watch this episode; two, you have no idea who Napoleon Dynamite is. (Which the former is understandable but the latter is just unforgivable.) For those that know who Napoleon Dynamite is, just know that you'll be getting Jon Heder's character in a smaller dosage (which...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Duuuuuude, relax. It's only a monkey stealing your diaper! 1

Robin needs to learn how to chill, and Beast Boy is the man to teach Robin how to chill and be relaxed. This episode is an excellent example of Robin being crazy and over-the-top! As always, Robin's over achiever nature comes to bite him in the butt as the team puts him on a forced hiatus from leading because of him always being on the edge. So, "Why Should I Watch This Episode?" you may ask, well other than the fact that you aren't getting the Teen Titans you know and remember, this show is cra...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Speedy V. Robin 0

Robin and Speedy go on a date with Starfire. What could possibly go wrong? You may ask, well, EVERYTHING! The two Titans fight for Starfire's heart in this laugh-filled episode, that basically has voice actor Scott Menville fighting himself with special guest star Starfire. (That basically sums up this entire episode.) An enjoyable episode that has Scott Menville's Robin acting crazy. (A role that Menville as Robin does masterfully.) But instead of having just one Robin we get two, sort of. Me...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Toilet time! 0

What's this episode about? Well, it's about the toilet! (Or the bathroom.) Robin establishes some strict ground rules while in the bathroom; as usual, the Titans don't like the rules Robin's established. That's bad for the Titans but good for us [viewers]! What will the Titans do to solve this problem that Robin's thrown at them, well with humor of course! This is a must watch episode! One of the best Titan's lead episode! The toilet humor and just the idea of being in the bathroom longer than 5...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Not A Creature Was Stirring 0

If you aren't reading this series, then you seriously have a problem! In this fourth issue, Santa continues to work the Barton murder, but as he ventures to the Barton home, old memories rise up and cause Santa to remember back on a fateful Christmas 8-years ago! Released every Monday as a free digital exclusive from Thrillbent, you really have nothing to lose from checking this series out. Especially this issue! What I greatly enjoyed about this issue, was diving, or teasing, Santa's past. Spec...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Driver's Ed 0

Robin totals the bat-mobile and has to retake Driver's Ed.An excellent episode, and the first, that shows Robin leading the episode. Unlike his Teen Titans counterpart that has lots of secrets that drive him to do crazy things for his team, this Robin relies on his over-the-top humor and need for control to help carry this episode, as well differentiate him from the other Titans and what they bring to this show. And in short, Scott Menville's Robin is 100% on point and creates really great laugh...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Cyborg and Beast Boy's first duo focused episode! 0

Beast Boy wants to buy Cyborg an expensive gift for his birthday.The first great episode of season 1, PIE BROS! The [second] best way to kick off a new series is with the funniest duo of the Teen Titans, Cyborg and Beast Boy. Through Khary Payton (Cyborg) and Greg Cipes's (Beast Boy) crazy and unpredictable sense of humor, it really livens up this episode. The two actors do an incredible job at leading this episode from start-to-finish with their instant likeability [as characters] and their Pie...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The beginning of this thing. 0

In the Legendary Sandwich, Raven sends the other Titans on an "epic" quest for the search of a "Legendary Sandwich." which may or may not actually exist! Legendary Sandwich or better yet, "The episode that started everything!", is the first episode of the new Teen Titans series, a series aimed specifically towards kids and not the hardcore fans from the last series. Sure, that's DC/Cartoonetwork's "goal" (to say the least) at capturing the loyal Teen Titans fanbase and getting the views on this...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

City of Whispers 0

Hush has revealed himself in wanting to take Gotham away from Batman, however is he really the man behind all of this? Batman sure thinks he is!Gotham on fire; Hush holding Batman's cowl in his hand and a gun in another; this cover captures perfectly what this issue's story was about, which was Hush taking Gotham away from Batman and causing complete chaos. Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson's combined effort on this cover made this one of the many issues that will stand out in your mind when thinkin...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The Magician 0

Nyssa returns to Starling City to avenge Sara's death. This was a good episode that focused on Nyssa wanting to find Sara's killer. Nyssa's character is interesting, to say the least as she is one of Ra's Al Ghul's children; her role in this 3rd season of Arrow was handled really well as it established the events for Ra's Al Ghul to finally make his debut in this series. One of the reasons why this episode worked out well is because it established that fact all while telling a decent story that ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Going Cold (Feat. Felicity Smoak) 1

Captain Cold makes his debut in CW's The Flash. Unlike Flash's previous adversaries, Captain Cold has no special powers thanks to the S.T.A.R. Labs mishap, however he does have S.T.A.R. Labs [experimental] weapons that turn a simple thief into a super thief; known only as Captain Cold! Plus, Felicity makes a special guest appearance in this episode!One of the [many] things that this episode did right was establish Captain Cold and The Rogues! At the end of this episode, it teased Captain Cold gi...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A look into Harvey Bullock's past. 0

When a serial killer named Spirit of the Goat begins to kill again in Gotham, it brings back old bad memories for Harvey Bullock. Harvey in focus. Seeing as we've gotten to know Gordon pretty well for the past five episodes, this episode was a welcomed change as we get to learn a bit about Harvey Bullock. Episode 106: The Spirit of The Goat, has Harvey Bullock chasing down a serial killer that he had shot down years ago, who has now somehow resurfaced. Also at this time, Detectives Montoya and A...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

On the trail! 0

Santa Claus begins to work on the Barton murder case!Another great issue from this amazing creative team! The story continues on Santa on the trail of finding Barton's murder, and the creative team from writer to artist(s) bring their A-game. (As usual.) Writer Jeremy Bernstein does a great job at showing off how Santa's world as an all-knowing-magical-being comes in handy when working a case. I liked how Santa's powers are not left out of this series and really help Ol' Saint Nick in various wa...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Murder and Christmas. 2

Santa takes on a murder case a couple days before Christmas. And Santa is off on the fancy murder case! The creative team behind this issue out do themselves again, as they establish the murder case we (readers) will see later down the road. The story is quick and simple, but does a good job at expressing the characters through the story and art. Seeing Santa work on this murder case cause (especially with Christmas creeping up), he's short on cash for the month, it is very interesting to see....

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Hey, even Santa has bills. 1

The Christmas season brings joy to many all over the world, but what really goes on to keep the Christmas spirit alive? To keep the Christmas running on an annual basis, Santa has to work a seedy job as a Private Eye--one that does not necessarily take on the cheeriest of cases [esp.] during the Christmas season. One man, two suits. A digital-exclusive series from Thrillbent comes one of the most original ideas to jolly Ol' Saint Nick since his conception way back when! Santa Claus: Private Eye ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Robin is hiding something under his mask, but what? 0

The Titans try to uncover the secret behind Robin's mask.Some secrets are worth keeping.YOUR NEW FAVORITE EPISODE! TTG! might be a lot of things (for instance; a disgrace to the original Teen Titans TV series), but one good thing would be that it creates extremely funny episodes. This is one of them! This Robin focused episode does an outstanding job at playing to the strengths of Robin's character in this episode, which is him being completely insane. (And the episode even calls itself out on i...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A SPOILER focused issue. 2

Cluemaster is still tasked with killing his daughter, Stephanie (a.k.a. SPOILER). Though simple, this cover by artists Brad Anderson and Matt Humphreys, I'll make an exception for. The two artists did a good job at making Spoiler like she's ready to take someone's head off, reminding us Stephanie Brown fans of the character before New 52 and what she'll eventually turn into as the story progresses. The style is pleasing to the eye and the colors compliment the art style, and do a good deal of co...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Buried Secrets 0

The gang finds a KRAANG stasis pod that has, April's mother? As this should be a joyous occasion, everything is not as it seems!TMNT season 3, farm life. Season 3 has really done a number on the Turtles [and friends] and this is just the 3rd episode! Taking the Turtles out of New York has really led to some interesting stories that don't directly involve the Shredder or the KRAANG of present day. Instead, it gives the Turtles some time to become stronger and face off against threats that don't n...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A vacation from the costumes. 0

Oliver, Diggle, and Roy head to Corto Maltese to bring Thea back to Starling City. However, she might not want to comeback!Going Thea hunting!In this episode, 3 out of 5 members of Team Arrow go to Corto Maltese to persuade Thea to come back home [to Starling City]. However, unbeknownst to the team, Merlyn is alive and has been training Thea in the ways of the League of Assassins for 5 months! If you ask me, Thea might not want to leave her daddy-dearest for her brother and ex-boyfriend that lie...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Morals and Superpowers. 0

The Flash faces off against the Mist, a supervillain that can turn himself into poisonous gas; meanwhile, Barry faces a moral dilemma.In this episode, The Flash faces off against The Mist; Barry deals with a moral dilemma on whether or not he should break his father out of prison; and more backstory on the event that created the Flash and other supervillains in Central City. To summarize this entire episode in one sentence, this is another good episode that doesn't have a strong villain (The Mis...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Flash and the strange case of the Multiplying Man (Multiplex). 1

Barry is still getting used to his new abilities and learning its limits, but things continue to get complicated as Barry still tries to balance the normal and abnormal sides of his life. On top of that, Allen and his team deal with another metahuman, one that can multiply himself! AND THE STORY CONTINUES! Spinning off from Arrow, this Flash series has already learned from some of Arrow's early on mistakes (in season 1) and has taken off at a faster speed! Last episode (which is also the first e...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Sara is dead and Team Arrow is on the killer's trail! 1

In the last episode, Sara met a gruesome death at the hands of another archer. Team Arrow mourns and begins to hunt for Sara's killer to bring justice to their fallen friend and comrade. Plus, we see a flashback of Oliver in Hong Kong reluctantly adjusting to his life as one of Amanda Waller's "Pawns" in a larger scheme. If you enjoyed the season 3 premiere, then you'll greatly enjoy this episode as well! With the death of Sara, it has pushed Team Arrow to get out of their comfort zone, and onc...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Vegetables 0

Beast Boy convinces the other Titans to go green... Green for their vegetables! So, in this Beast Boy focused episode, you'll do one of two things. One, you'll either laugh your butt off at the concept of eating your veggies in a TTG! episode and how it was handled. Or two, you'll be annoyed by how a children's TV shows is forcing down information about eating your veggies through a show that doesn't take itself too seriously anyway. That is the problem with this issue, you'll be torn between t...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.