Spoilers ahead for the Attack on Titan manga and anime. I was rather surprised to tune into the latest episode of the Attack on Titan anime series and find out that, not only were we getting an origin story that took a trip back in time before Eren Yeager's birth, but that that story would be an allegory for a country's segregation of citizens seen as inferior or "vermin", specifically representing the Jewish people in Nazi Germany during World War II. Unexpected, to say the least. What I should have expected, however, was that the Internet would respond with a knee-jerk reaction without taking the time to sit and think about what they just saw.
Back to list of episodes. After a battle with Adonis, Beast Boy has a dramatic change where he is rude, eats meat and has a major temper that could burst at any moment. This causes the Titans to worry but soon things become worse when Raven and Beast Boy go missing and find Raven in the jaws of a werewolf-like beast. The creature is soon revealed to be Beast Boy and the Titans believe he is the one who attacked Raven. Will the team be forced to send Beast Boy to prison or is there something else lurking in the shadows?
Teen Titans Go! Each of the Titans have their own distinct personalities, beginning with Starfire, an alien girl with energy powers and a serious unrequited crush on the leader, Robin. Raven is a teenage sorceress that has a deadpan, sarcastic attitude while not fighting criminals, yet her source of mystical knowledge is useful whenever her old enemies decide to drop in.
The first time the sidekicks joined forces was when Robin , Kid Flash and Aqualad joined together to stop the menace of Mr. Twister in Hatton Corners. Their second meeting was more eventful: Robin , Kid Flash , Aqualad, now joined by Wonder Girl and Speedy , fought against their mentors, who had been possessed by the evil Antithesis. At this second meeting, the five youngsters decided to become a team, and the Teen Titans were born.