The Teen Titans are a group of teenage heroes who keep the world safe from the clutches of evil. The main group of the Titans comprises of the founding members, although there are two other teams located on the eastern and western sides of America. They are in charge of protecting their respective areas. Honorary members, a select few who are not part of any Titans group, are individually scattered throughout the planet.
The original team and founding members of the Teen Titans residing in Titans Tower. They are entrusted with the safety of Jump City, California, and any serious or major conflict going on in or outside the world, usually tackling the issues with as much efficiency and maturity as the adult superheroes. Below is a list of all five members
The second group of Teen Titans to be founded. They first appeared in "Titans East - Part 1", where they united to help defeat Brother Blood. In Titans East - Part 2 The Titans East are entrusted with the safety of Steel City, presumably located in the Northeastern part of the United States. They seem to be the backup team for defending Jump City when the Teen Titans are out of town ("For Real"). Cyborg was the first and original leader of the Titans East, but after Brother Blood's attack on Titans East, Cyborg defeated Blood and realized that his place was with the original Teen Titans. He appointed Bumblebee leader of Titans East before heading back to Jump City with Robin, Raven, Beast Boy, and Starfire. "You already have a leader; you just need to listen to her." Even though they are most known for defending Steel City, they are well known in Jump City after the event of the episode "For Real".
The third team of heroes to be formed. They are first seen in Teen Titans Go! #55, and are located in a rather mountainous and woody area, presumably in the Northern part of the States or in Canada. However, in some comics, it is located in Chicago, due to their high crime. They are comprised of:
The fourth team of heroes to be formed. Their tower is in Florida or Mexico. They are comprised of:
The Fifth team of heroes to be formed. They are comprised of:
Honorary Titans are heroes that are not currently part of one of the five official Titan teams.
The "Temporary Titans" are a group of Titans seen being assembled after the Brain's assault on the Teen Titans in "Titans Together". The team was dissolved after the re-conciliation of the Titans at the Brotherhood of Evil's headquarters in Paris. It is comprised of:
The Team Titans are from Killowat's home, a parallel universe to Earth. Their powers and abilities are unknown, as well as their personalities. They are very minor characters, only having appeared in one issue of Teen Titans Go! (#48 Wrong Place, Wrong Time), and have not appeared in the cartoon. They are close friends of Killowat but only in the comics. They are comprised of:
Unofficial Titans are heroes that are not seen in the show but are associated with them in the comics.
- Wonder Girl
- Cassie Sandsmark
- Soldier Boy
- Soldier Girl
- Dial H for Hero/Protector
- Golden Eagle
- Captain Thug
- Dead Pretty-Boy
- Prosthetic Lass
- The voice actors of the original Teen Titans performed as a team in the Justice League double episode "Wild Cards", as the Royal Flush Gang.
- In the TV series, they don't often use the words "death", "die" "dead" or "kill". Usually, they use "destroy", "annihilate", and "exterminate". Exceptions include the episode "How Long is Forever?" when Starfire says "die" and in "Date with Destiny", when both Robin and Kitten say "kill" and when Starfire said "dead". Also, in "Fractured", Robin was changing channels on the TV and there was a show that had "Dead" on the title. And in "The End - Part 2", when Robin said to Slade "I thought we had a deal", Slade replied, "Old habits die hard." In the same episode, Slade used the word "demise" when he described what happened to him after his death at the end of Season 2 when Terra killed him.
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