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Live songs a cavalcade of kids' questions and a Weird Al Yankovich discussion highlighted the annual panel for the Cartoon Network hit series.
Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath explain why their series is Cartoon Network's Taylor Swift, and how the Justice League and Weird Al figure into Season 3.
Khary Payton has voiced Cyborg for 12 years and counting, so it's not surprising he has thoughts on the live-action depiction of the character.
Tara Strong, Hynden Walch and Scott Menville revel in the Batman-mocking, pony-playing, waffle-chomping insanity of the hit series.
The stars of the mega-popular Cartoon Network show return to Comic-Con International's bags, and we have the exclusive first look!
Warner Bros. Television is back with limited-edition hotel key cards, this year promoting "Arrow," "The Flash," "Supergirl," "Gotham" and "Teen Titans Go!"
Warner Bros. TV's Comic-Con lineup will feature several shows from their superhero roster, including "Supergirl," "Arrow," "The Flash" and more.
Nearly two-dozen titles will receive variant covers featuring the Cartoon Network show's distinctive style and young stars.
Warner Bros. Television will host screenings and Q&A sessions with the cast and crew of "Gotham," "The Flash, "iZombie" and "Teen Titans Go" at WonderCon 2015.
Executive Producer Michael Jelenic explains how deadline crunches and Internet hate led to a completely stupid DC crossover that's actually "Serious Business."
The cast of the fan-favorite DC show crash land into the ridiculous world of "Teen Titans Go!" in an exclusive new clip.
Preparing for its upfront presentations in May, the cable channel officially announced its 2015-2016 programming slate.
The voices of Raven, Robin and Beast Boy share behind-the-scenes anecdotes about the popular series, and give their list of dream guest stars.
Michael Jelenis and Aaron Horvath discuss the show's approach to comedy, and their plans to go meta with a future episode of "Teen Titans Go!"
Comic-Con International's oversized bags return for 2014, and ROBOT 6 has an exclusive first look at the "Teen Titans Go!" model!
"Teen Titans Go!" writer Aaron Horvath explains what makes the Cartoon Network hit tick, and offers CBR News a delicious sandwich.
The producer of Cartoon Network's hit superhero comedy on the importance of remaining true to the characters' roots, and the allure of a good meatball party.
Producers Michael Jelenic & Aaron Horvath and Cyborg voice actor Khary Payton discuss the evolution of "Teen Titans Go!" as it enters Season 2.
"Teen Titans Go!" voice actor Khary Payton opens up to CBR about why he loves bringin Cyborg to life and playing in the "silly sandbox."
JM DeMatteis discusses his animation work on "Justice League Unlimited," "Teen Titans Go!" & more, including story, form and traumatizing 8-year-olds.
New "The Walking Dead," "Firefly," 30th anniversary "Ghostbusters" and many more collectibles were revealed this week. Let's check 'em out!
On the next episode of "Teen Titans Go!" Raven uses magic to solve some problems... and gets more than a little carried away trying to fix everything.
Only the villainy of Dr. Light could stand in the way of Robin, Cyborg and Beast Boy's bro-cation on the next episode of "Teen Titans Go!"
Robin challenges his fellow heroes to go power-free for 24 hours on Cartoon Network and DC Nation's next all-new "Teen Titans Go!"
"The Walking Dead" gets an unsurprising renewal; Bryan Singer does "X-Men: Days of Future Past" trailer commentary; plus, casting news & more!
Beast Boy and Cyborg take a long look at the future and don't like what they see on the next "Teen Titans Go!"
Hank Kanalz discusses DC Comics' digital agenda and the launch of "Beware the Batman." Plus, an exclusive preview of "Batman Beyond 2.0."
Sir Ben Kingsley teases a new Marvel project; Kevin Feige discusses the challenge of Rocket Raccoon; plus, new clips and teasers galore.
Robin and Cyborg head down a dark path when they combine powers and technology to bust the perfect Power Move on "Teen Titans Go!"
Cartoon NEtwork has released new video and images from upcoming episodes of Teen Titans Go! and Proffesor Pyg's return on "Beware the Batman." Plus, a new Metal Men short!
Cartoon NEtworkhas released video and images form upcoming all-new episodes of "Teen Titans Go!" and "Beware the Batman" featuring Lady Shiva, Anarky and the power of reading.
Batcow's origin is revealed, Robin feels under-appreciated and Batman and Lieutenant Gordon learn to work together in the latest batch of images and video clips from Cartoon Network's DC Nation.
Katana finally dons her mask on "Beware the Batman while the various aspects of Raven's personality manifest physically in a new set of clips and images from upcoming DC Nation episodes.
Starting in December, DC Comics will release a monthly digital comic based on Cartoon Network's "Teen Titans Go!" animated series, with the stories later reprinted in a bimonthly print edition.
Cartoon Network has released new video and stills from upcoming DC Nation episodes of "Beware the Batman" and "Teen TItans Go!" along with a clip from an all-new Plastic Man short.
Cartoon Network has released its latest batch of clips and images from the next new DC Nation episode of "Teen Titans Go!" plus the next DC Nation Short starring the Metal Men.
Cartoon Network has released a clip and stills from the Doom Patrol's DC Nation debut, along with a tease of what to expect when you combine "Teen Titans Go!" with the world of competitive dodgeball.
Cartoon Network has released its latest batch of clips and images from upcoming DC Nation episodes of "Beware the Batman" and "Teen Titans Go!" plus the newest DC Nation Short starring the Metal Men.
Cartoon Network has released clips from new episodes of "Beware the Batman," "Teen Titans Go!" and the latest installment of the '70s private eye-style take on Wonder Woman.
Cartoon Network has released clips from new upcoming episodes of "Beware the Batman," "Teen Titans Go!" and the next installment of the '70s private eye-infused take on Wonder Woman.