Teen Titans

The Beast Within - S3-E9

Corrected entry: When Beast Boy transforms in the Tower's sick bay, he rips out of his uniform, tearing it to shreds and shedding it as he increases in size and mass. However, even though it is a certainty that in every transformation into this werewolf form his uniform suffers the same fate, he still wears his (albeit torn-up) costume following his changes back to human form before and after that scene. Likely a decision of the producers to keep the cartoon at kid niveau.

Correction: Well, not trying to be technical, but this kinda happens every time.

Date With Destiny - S2-E6

Corrected entry: After Kitten has slammed a pie into Starfire's face, the latter fries it off her face with starbolts shooting from her eyes. Problem is that Starfire gets the ability to fire eye-bolts in the episode "Transformation", which comes right after this one.

Correction: She has always been able to shoot star bolts from her eyes - however she just gets better at in in Transformation.

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Corrected entry: Notice something about the shoe soles of various characters in the series? They tend to resemble either the respective heraldic signs or what their wearers stand for. Beast Boy, for instance, has paw prints for a profile; Billy Numerous and Kid Flash wear their symbols on their soles.

Correction: This is like pointing out that the "R" on Robin's tunic stands for "Robin".

Phixius Premium member

Nevermore - S1-E6

Corrected entry: For some reason, the image of Trigon in Raven's mind does not have the antlers which are featured on the real Trigon in the 4th season and in the comics. I think that Raven should remember her dead father well enough to remember that detail, minor as it seems.

Correction: Trigon can disguise himself. He appeared to Raven's mother as a handsome man in order to marry her. He could very well have (understandably) not shown his antlers around his daughter, to make himself appear less evil. There is no mistake.

Crash - S3-E4

Corrected entry: When Robin prepares to inject the shrunken Gizmo into Cyborg, he and Starfire approach Cyborg's cot from the (TV screen's) right side, while Raven closes in from the left. But as Robin prepares to position the syringe, Raven has suddenly joined him and Starfire on their side.

Correction: Raven's position remains consistent in these shots.

Transformation - S2-E7

Corrected entry: Plasmus' slime spit rips off Starfire's disguise, but strangely leaves her skin unsoiled, not to mention that it would be hard to blast a closed raincoat and boots off a body just like that in the first place. Quite a selective shooter, that Plasmus.

Correction: A fictional cartoon character uses fictional slimy spit as a fictional projectile weapon and you think the WAY that it pulls the coat and boots off is the weird part.

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Corrected entry: Throughout the whole show, sometimes Raven's door has her name on it and sometimes it doesn't.

Susan Kirk

Correction: Her door gets destroyed on several occasions, she probably doesn't have time to label the new ones right away.

X - S3-E2

Corrected entry: While trapped in the tub, Starfire is wearing Blackfire's outfit in some shots. You can tell because you can't see her skin.

Correction: Actually, she is always in her own outfit.

Episode 257-494 - S4-E2

Corrected entry: When Control Freak and Beastboy are fighting in the cooking show, watch very carefully as Beastboy flies across the screen as a bear and quickly changes back. He is a normally colored bear rather than the green coloring of all of his animal forms.

Susan Kirk

Correction: Whenever Beast-Boy changes into a furry animal, his fur is always black (or a very dark green) but the skin is always the same green. in the case of the bear, the nose was the green and the body was the super-dark green/black.

Divide and Conquer - S1-E3

Corrected entry: At the beginning of the show, all five team members working together are unable to defeat Cinderblock, yet somehow Cyborg is able to return later on and show the team he defeated Cinderblock by himself.

Correction: They also show that they are not working well together as a team. Cyborg and Robin have a major fight which causes Cyborg to quit, hence the Divide part of the title. As for how Cyborg did it alone, use some imagination.

Rlvlk

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Corrected entry: Episode 'Date with Destiny': When Starfire takes off her metal 'handwear' and slaps Kitten, the hand is seen in the handwear, but Starfire's hand in still intact.

Correction: This is deliberately done for humour. Starfire is meant to take off a glove and slap the opponent, but she doesn't have a glove so her fingers come off as if she was wearing an actual glove.

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