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I should probably start putting spoiler warnings on these when applicable. This post has spoilers for some plot developments in Scott Snyder's Justice League run, in particular the source of Lex Luthor's desire for "doom."
Lex Luthor and his Legion of Doom have posited that the natural way of the universe is evil, and it was created specifically for the purpose of "doom." Starman here says it's the opposite.
This reminds me of how the Bible says that God is a God of justice (ex: Deuteronomy 32:4, Psalm 33:5) and that his will shall be done (see the last few chapters of Revelation). And of course, God's way is the only way to salvation (John 14:6-7).
So there's some overlap there to what Starman is talking about. But in spite of what Universalists think, the Bible doesn't say that God is guiding everyone towards salvation (Matthew 25:31-46). It does say that all creation points to God (Romans 1:20), but that's different than actually bringing everyone to God's salvation.
From Scott Snyder's Justice League run.
i always hated payton and lucas. they have this victim complex and think they deserve brooke’s forgiveness. and then showing up thinking she’ll care about where lucas would be coz he’s all boo boo about having a hurt shoulder and getting caught cheating. ugh so annoying.
Bad movie I have Ping Pong Playa 2007
Book by George C. Wolfe
Music by Jelly Roll Morton
Lyrics by Susan Birkenhead
Signature Theatre, 2016
Dir. Matthew Gardiner
The troubled legacy of Jelly Roll Morton, a Creole man who claimed to have invented jazz but always shunned the black side of his heritage, is examined in musical terms as Morton faces death.
Franklin J. Schaffner’s PATTON enjoyed its premiere in New York City on February 4, 1970
I would love to meet all of them, but the one I would want to see the most is BB’s VA, Greg Cipes. Beast Boy has always been my favorite character in Teen Titans. He’s funny, kind, and a fun person. I’ve seen videos of Greg Cipes on YouTube and I follow him on Instagram. He seems like a cool dude and I would love to have a chat with him. Plus, he’s the voice of Michelangelo from the 2012 version of TMNT, and I love Mickey, so meeting his VA would be awesome.
Tara Strong is second since Raven is my second favorite character, and Tara has literally been a part of my childhood. I love her as Timmy, Raven, and Bubbles. She's great!
Khary Payton is next because I like Cyborg and he voices a character from Young Justice, Kaldur'ahm. His voice is just so unique.
Hynden is second to last because I love her as Starfire and Princess Bubblgum in Adventure Time.
I feel bad for putting Scott Menville last, but I don't know as much of his roles compared to Robin. Still would love to meet him though. 😊❤️
I swore to myself that I would never pay money to watch Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans. Alas, I discovered last night that it was streaming on Hulu (darn loopholes!), and I have this borderline masochistic habit of giving every movie a fair shot at impressing me, no matter how utterly abysmal it looks.
And to be perfectly honest, I was expecting Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans to be irredeemably shitty.
I’ve been an avid fan of the original Teen Titans animated series since it premiered on Cartoon Network back in 2003—indeed, discussing the show on various Internet forums kickstarted my hobby of posting reviews online. I always admired its narrative versatility in particular; the tone would vary wildly from episode to episode—a whacky, whimsical, comedic romp (“Mad Mod”, “Bunny Raven, or How to Make a Titanimal Disappear”, “Don’t Touch That Dial”) might be immediately followed by a tense, moody character study (“Mask”, “Betrayal”, “Haunted”)—lending each week a sense of excitement, anticipation, and unpredictability.
At the opposite end of the spectrum, Teen Titans Go!—its sitcom successor—is a one-note joke. And it isn’t even especially funny.
To its credit, this straight-to-video crossover film actually starts promisingly enough. It has a plot. There is a conflict, complete with a concrete goal, obstacles, stakes—essentially, the bare minimum of what counts as storytelling, which is a significant improvement over the usual quality of TTG’s writing.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t take very long for Go!’s typical brand of mean-spirited “humor” to intrude on the fun. During the first battle between the two teams, for example, a bald, overweight, obnoxious bystander loudly cheers on the ‘03 Titans—an obvious jab at the 2013 cartoon’s “haters.” Later, during a gratuitous musical number, the Go! versions of the heroes take a moment to flaunt their superior Nielsen ratings. Worst of all, the OG Titans are reductively depicted as excessively serious and dour, outright contradicting the diverse and distinctive personalities that they exhibited in the source material.
Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans isn’t a total loss; the whole “convergence of Infinite Earths” gimmick results in some genuinely imaginative set pieces, and the voice actors (Tara Strong, Scott Menville, Khary Payton, Greg Cipes, Hynden Walch, and Kevin Michael Richardson) all bring their A game. But ultimately, it’s just a shallow exercise in self-congratulation, existing solely to elevate Teen Titans Go! by mocking, insulting, and otherwise disrespecting Teen Titans.
And that is simply unforgivable.
Hi! An update on Herculisa’s household... Adorable Conner is now a burly teen! He’s now got the aspiration Nerd Brain which suits his Lazy trait from being a teen, and his genuis trait from childhood. He’ll also get the Quick Learner trait and be the greatest at homework, studying, computer games and more.