Batman v Teen Titans: Dark Injustice (Teen Titans Go!)

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Batman v Teen Titans: Dark Injustice (Teen Titans Go!)
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Here is some nice info for the show's creators: don't lie about what's in the episode by giving it the incorrect title.
Part of Season: 3
Episode Number: 132
Air Date: March 28, 2016
Writer: Ben Gruber
Director: Bryan Newton
Previous episode: The Teen Titans Go Easter Holiday Classic
Next episode: Bottle Episode

"Batman v Teen Titans: Dark Injustice" is the twenty-eighth episode in the third season of Teen Titans Go!, and the one-hundred-thirty-second overall episode of the series.

Summary

Because of the sheer unkindness of the pranks they pull on each other, Raven tries to convince the humiliating jokes on April Fools' Day to stop. However, the Titans continue the pranks, which severely damages their trust for each other, and of course their bodies, too.

Why It Sucks

  1. This episode is just pure cruelty inaccurate. Granted, it's supposed to a be an April Fools' Day special, but still.
  2. Misleading title: None of the Teen Titans get to fight Batman in this episode. In fact, Batman doesn't appear or even get any mention here.
  3. The pranks the Titans pull on each other are emotionally and physically despicable!
  4. It also shows how the Titans in this series don't act like they're friends at all and instead treat each other horribly.
  5. The ending is the equivalent to a kick to the groin, as the Titans appear to learn from their sins and become mature and serious, just for them to point at the audience saying "April Fools!"

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ItMeansNothing

13 months ago
Score 3
It's better than Batman v. Superman, at least.

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