I know that Teen Titans GO! is a pretty divisive subject, but I’m someone who loves it. I have no beef with the cartoon from when I was younger, but this dumb, fun show is directly up my alley. So when they came to the big screen this summer, you can bet your butt I got tickets!
Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner are at it again, Fangirls, and this time they’re giving a voice to Starfire. I definitely wasn’t as excited for this comic as I was for Harley Quinn, but after reading issue one, this is a title that will be added to my pull list.
I didn’t take nearly enough pictures, but here are the few that I did! Be aware, there are quite a few selfies.
So, for anyone who hasn’t heard the news, the Justice League(as the title suggests) has been defeated, and they are all dead. September has been taken over by the villains of the DC Universe and its just been lovely so far.
Holy cow. Okay, so we went to ConnectiCon this past weekend (we being Kyle, Natalie, and I). When we went down, we had this big plan to go to a whole bunch of panels to cover them, but Natalie and I realized that going to panels is exhausting. We did go to a couple, and […]
A fan of Part 1 of my Teen Titans Go! article gave me some killer advice, to remain objective in what’s clearly an opinion piece. It was also stated that I should consider the intended audience even though I had stated “The new creators have also wiped out any back story to the characters or made them silly enough for the new, younger demographic to enjoy them.” I assumed that was enough to signify that it was a show intended for children, but lucky I have such hardcore fans to point out my mistakes so eloquently.
To be blunt, Teen Titans Go! Is just bad. The show we all knew and loved is dead with its most recent incarnation. The characters have been degraded into chibi versions of themselves who just do silly things and hang out in their tower.