Well, most of the time. What I admire the most about Beast Boy is his ability to keep smiling even through the hard times. I also think a lot of people tend to underestimate Beast Boy, at least in the animated series. Not just villains, but other Titans too. In fact, the only reason the titans won against the Brotherhood of Evil in the last season was because Beast Boy banded the remaining Titans together to take them down. But how much do we know about Beast Boy?
Teen Titans Villains
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They appear as the titular protagonists in Justice League: Knights of Rao and as supporting protagonists in the alternate story of Teen Titans Season 2. The Last Son of Krypton and the main protector of Metropolis. He is one of the three leaders of the League alongside Batman and Wonder Woman and also the founder and leader of the Blue Lantern Corps. He is a founding member of the League. An Artificial Intelligence life-form created by Scarr as an optional commander of the Manhunters.
While Teen Titans as a comic book was initially a breakout hit for DC Comics and a steadily best-selling property, the only movie to spotlight them as leads so far has been the direct-to-video Justice League vs. But individual sales aren't the only purpose of these movies; as the upcoming deluxe rerelease of the animated Wonder Woman makes clear, they're here to supplement the live-action films as well, and so the new Teen Titans: The Judas Contract feels timed to more fully spotlight Deathstroke, long-rumored as the next big-screen Batman villain. CW viewers know him as a Green Arrow adversary, but he began as arch-enemy of the Teen Titans, with the Judas Contract arc being one of his key storylines.
Taking place some time after the events of the fifth season, the Teen Titans have begun expanding their ranks, setting up new branches of Titans across the globe and adding powerful new members to their roster. Unfortunately, they end up facing numerous deadly enemies both old and new, chief among them the immortal tyrant Vandal Savage, the diabolical Apokalyptan conquerer Darkseid, and the lethal Ravagers, led by the brutal and vengeful Grant Wilson, who claims to be the son of Slade. A subplot throughout the season will be Robin slowly learning Slade's backstory and discovering that Grant is not the only child of Slade in the world. Sign In Don't have an account? Start a Wiki.