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Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo is a made-for-TV movie based on the popular 2003-2006 Animated Series Teen Titans, produced for Cartoon Network by Warner Bros animation. It was the last original Teen Titans material to air on Cartoon Network before the show went into reruns.

After Titans Tower is nearly destroyed by a Sentai-esque, paint-themed assailant, apparently for no reason, the Teen Titans decide to get to the root of the problem and head for Japan, where they believe the villain came from. Once there, they hear word of a fantastic underworld figure named Brushogun, who may be behind the unexplained attack...even though a team of Japanese troopers whose job it is to keep Tokyo safe from threats too great for the regular police insist that such a person is nothing but folklore and doesn't really exist.

Discouraged, the Teen Titans put the matter aside and explore the city, until, unexpectedly, an attack by a group of bizarre monsters leads them to believe that there may be much more to the Brushogun "myth" than they have been told. . .


This movie contains examples of:

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 Nya-Nya: I love to hurt cute little animals. I look forward to tormenting you.

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    • After kissing BB on the cheek:
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 Nya-Nya Close your eyes. This will hurt.

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 Robin: He wasn't human.

Inspector: Neither are most of your friends.

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 Cyborg and Beast Boy: *Screeching halt* Who's chasing you?!?

Beast Boy: Girls!

Cyborg: Chefs!

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