So, this is cute. You know those enormous over-the-shoulder bags that Warner Bros. gives out every year at Comic-Con International in San Diego? The ones that you see and go, "Why would anyone need such an enormous bag!?" until you do your last minute shopping on Sunday and go, "Ohhhhhh thank goodness I have this enormous bag!!" The ones industrious fangirls have customized into wearable dresses? Well, this year WB anticipated the bags-as-fashion trend and have prepared a new bag ready-made to be worn. Besides being fashioned as a backpack, this year's swag bags -- featuring images from Teen Titans Go! and Beware the Batman -- come with a built-in cape.
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Following this week's debut of Teen Titans Go, the new series from Cartoon Network, WB Animation has announced the two stories in next week's episode, featuring Robin taking a driver's ed course while unknowingly becoming a getaway driver for a crook, and Trigon -- Raven's demonic father -- dropping by the tower for a visit.
You can check out video previews for both episodes after the cut!
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