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Teen Titans Go!: th Episode Celebration! | The Cartoon Network Wiki | Fandom
A recent episode of Teen Titans Go! De La Soul—who rose to prominence in the late 80s and is credited for creating lauded hip-hop classics that incorporated the style of heavy sampling, among other things—has been in a legal battle with their former record label, Tommy Boy, for decades. In this current age of streaming, remastering, and re-releasing, many music legends get to have their day, with big celebrations and re-releases on historic anniversaries of their most beloved bodies of work. Unfortunately, for one of the most critically acclaimed and well-respected groups in the genre, this has not been possible. But hopefully, with a greater reach to various fan-bases like the one Teen Titans Go!
Teen Titans Go! 200th Episode Premiere Weekend
On the way to developing one of DC Entertainment's biggest hits, animated or otherwise, the makers of "Teen Titans Go! Jelenic said to just trust them. That trust has been rewarded as "Teen Titans Go!
In another season of missions and mischief, the teen superheroes make a movie, tell tall tales and venture into space — with varying degrees of success. Starfire becomes best friends with an ice cream scoop. Beast Boy learns to be a good father figure for his chicken. Fed up with exposition in movies, the Titans go into a movie to add exciting action — then set out to make their own big budget film.