This week, we're turning our attention to the only incarnation of the Teen Titans that matters: Teen Titans Go, which has shown us an ideal version of the DC Universe where the heroes are mostly preoccupied with burritos and where Batman bros down with Commissioner Gordon instead of fighting any actual crime. But who are the best guest stars? Watch and see!
Mego's storied Worlds Greatest Super Heroes line of the '70s shaped an action figure era with 8" articulated plastic dolls adorned with cloth costumes, but there was a special corner of the line reserved for sidekicks standing just 7" tall. That line? The 1977 Teen Titans series featuring Speedy, Aqualad, Wonder Girl and Kid Flash. Following the release of several waves of Batman Mego reissues, Figures Toy Company is turning its attention to rolling out all four of the previously limited edition dolls in the first quarter of 2014.
Jackson Hyde's been making quite a splash name for himself these days as the new Aqualad with starring roles in both Cartoon Network's Young Justice animated TV show and DC Comics' year-long Brightest Day series, but his greatest achievement yet definitely has to be getting cast in plastic by DC Direct. Joined by all-ne
DC Direct's third wave of action figures based on Geoff Johns' ongoing "Brightest Day" storyline was revealed last week at New York City Comic con with a lineup sporting a few characters who've never graced the toy shelf before
Fans of the original Teen Titans lineup have something to look forward to on this weekend's episode of "Batman: The Brave and the Bold" on Cartoon Network. Of course, given the show's differences from the DCU proper, there's a few faces missing from the lineup