List of Teen Titans characters

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This is a list of the major and minor characters featured in and/or created specifically for the Cartoon Network and Kids' WB animated series Teen Titans and related properties.wikipedia
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Teen Titans (TV series)

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This is a list of the major and minor characters featured in and/or created specifically for the Cartoon Network and Kids' WB animated series Teen Titans and related properties.
These include Robin's alternate dimensional counterpart Larry in the episode "Fractured" being named Nosyarg Kcid ("Dick Grayson" spelled backwards), Robin's counterpart in the episode "How Long Is Forever?"

Tamaran

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Starfire (as translated into English) is a humanoid alien female from a planet called Tamaran.
In the Teen Titans animated series, the only area of Tamaran shown appears as a barren, mountainous wasteland (a stark contrast to the lush, tropical climate of its comic book counterpart), although Starfire thinks it looks lovely. Additionally, Starfire's parents and younger brother Ryand'r are never seen, though her guardian, Galfore, does appear in the episode "Betrothed". In the same episode, Blackfire is seen as the ruler of Tamaran. Also in the animated series, Tamaraneans go through a second puberty known as the "Transformation" at around the time of the first, human-like adolescence. This process creates temporary random mutations in the Tamaranean's body, as told in "Transformation" that can range from turning purple for two days (Blackfire), or a series of gruesome changes that end in growing a chrysalis for a short period (Starfire). When her Transformation is complete, Starfire's body is returned to normal with the newfound ability to fire a starbolt out of her eyes. The animated Tamaraneans also have a prehensile tongue and nine stomachs. During Trigon's arc, Starfire mentioned that even her and her own people aware of Trigon's existence.

Alexander Polinsky

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* Voice Actor: Alexander Polinsky
Polinsky is also the voice of Control Freak on Teen Titans, Argit in the Ben 10 franchise, Dennis Lee on The Life and Times of Juniper Lee and Darington in Blaze and the Monster Machines.

Beast Boy

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They are the main enemies of Beast Boy's former unit of superheroes, the Doom Patrol.
After causing a scene by attacking a man dressed in a Deathstroke mask, Gar leaves the convention in a huff, only to stumble upon a massive battle between the Teen Titans and Cinderblock.

Jim Cummings

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* Voice Actor: Jim Cummings (Winner Take All), Dee Bradley Baker
Teen Titans: Master of Games and Wildebeest (episode "Winner Take All")

Mother May I?

She is named after the children's game "Mother May I?."
Mother Mae-Eye is the name of a villain from the Teen Titans animated series.

Guardian (DC Comics)

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He appears to be modeled after The Guardian and says "sir" at the end of almost every sentence.
* A teenaged version of Guardian appears as a supervillain under the name of Private H.I.V.E. in the Teen Titans animated series voiced by Greg Cipes.

Billie Hayes

* Voice Actor: Billie Hayes
She appeared on the soap opera General Hospital as Robert Scorpio's mentor, "O'Reilly", in 1981 and 1985, and did the voiceover for the character Mother Mae-Eye on the animated series Teen Titans and the character Granny Applecheeks in The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.

Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo

Seen only in Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo, Brushogun was formerly a Tokyo artist who fell in love with a woman he drew.
They capture him and discover Saico-Tek was sent by a man called "Brushogun" before he mysteriously vanishes.

Bat-Mite

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Nosyarg Kcid, a.k.a. Larry, is Robin's Bat-Mite-like counterpart from another dimension.
In Teen Titans appears Robins's Bat-Mite-like counterpart named Nosyarg Kcid, a.k.a. Larry voiced by Dee Bradley Baker. His right index finger has the power to bend reality, and he uses it to watch Robin and his adventures. He enters the Titans' dimension to help fix Robin's broken arm, but fails to do so. He breaks his own finger during a scuffle with Robin as he keeps insisting on helping him; as a result, his reality-warping power is unleashed upon the city, changing it first into an embodiment of a child-drawn picture, and later into a dark, demonic domain when Titans foe Johnny Rancid seizes the power for himself. After Larry's finger is repaired and all is brought back to normal, he returns to his own dimension, but not before Robin offers him the chance to fix his broken arm one last time. He succeeds, but accidentally leaves Robin stranded in a blank, white space in the process.

James Hong

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* Voice Actor: James Hong
Hong also voiced the character Daolon Wong, an evil wizard in the Jackie Chan Adventures television series, and was the voice of Chi Fu in Disney's Mulan, A.N.T. Farm, Mandarin in Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!, and Professor Chang in Teen Titans.

Cartoon Network

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This is a list of the major and minor characters featured in and/or created specifically for the Cartoon Network and Kids' WB animated series Teen Titans and related properties.

Kids' WB

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This is a list of the major and minor characters featured in and/or created specifically for the Cartoon Network and Kids' WB animated series Teen Titans and related properties.

List of animated television series

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This is a list of the major and minor characters featured in and/or created specifically for the Cartoon Network and Kids' WB animated series Teen Titans and related properties.

Batman

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Prior to this, he left his mentor (who, though not mentioned by name, is heavily implied to be Batman), in an effort to make it on their own as crime-fighters.

List of alien races in DC Comics

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As learned in the episode "Betrothed," her real name and title is Princess Koriand'r. In the events of "Go," Starfire arrives on Earth while escaping captivity from Lord Trogaar, an alien overlord intending to sell her into slavery to what she calls "The Citadel."

Citadel (comics)

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As learned in the episode "Betrothed," her real name and title is Princess Koriand'r. In the events of "Go," Starfire arrives on Earth while escaping captivity from Lord Trogaar, an alien overlord intending to sell her into slavery to what she calls "The Citadel."