Although many of the “Teen Titans” incarnations have achieved a somewhat high level of popularity – although some fans, like Eric Diaz of Nerdist, will consider it a “reviewed” series. low” – “The New Teen Titans” is said to have strongly influenced what the group looks like today in other mediums, especially in both the animated and real-life adaptations. The original series was released in the early 80s, and the main team had members like Robin, Wonder Girl, Kid Flash, and Cyborg (in which this character debuted). However, the team only formed because of Raven, who, in turn, formed the team to fight her father, Trigon. If you don’t already know, Trigon is a demon from Hell, and one of the more powerful supervillains in the entire DC universe (via DC Database).
Initially, Raven sought help from the Justice League, but her request was denied. She then decides to deal with her own problems and recruits the aforementioned other members to help her stop Trigon. Thus, New Teen Titans was officially formed. This special edition of the series will last until the mid-90s, though it will see many members come and go from the group. While many other teams were formed because of the overwhelming villains, Raven’s connection to Trigon certainly makes the New Teen Titans a unique situation, at least at the time when the comic book story was told. released for the first time.
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