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Teen Titans Month is here! From July 24 to August 10, I'll be posting unscripted Teen Titans countdowns! Here's the list of lists:
Top 15 Teen Titans Villains
Top 10 Honorary Titans
Top 20 Teen Titans Episodes
Teen Titans is one of the first series I remember watching and enjoying a lot. We had memorable main characters, awesome villains, and some pretty good storylines... with the exception of a few. (I'm looking at you, X.)
There are so many villains in this series, but there can only be 15 that are the best. Here are a few ground rules:
The villain has to have appeared in more than one episode. So Trigon(The first, last, and only time we saw him was in The End), Shrieker, and the white creature from the series finale are disqualified.
The villain could not have been good at any point in the series. Terra and Jinx are out.
If the villain made cameos, those don't count as appearances.
I may be including a group or two.
"Run, run run as fast as you can! You can't catch me...er..catch you..er..I'm Billy Numerous!"
We start off this list with a villain named Billy Numerous. As you'd guess, his power is to create copies of himself. However, I don't think he can create an infinite amount because of the episode Overdrive. Strangely enough, he's never been seen on camera putting himself back together. And yet, some of his clones seem to disappear.
Billy Numerous talks in a Southern accent. He's probably one of the most fun-loving villains, shown in the episode Lightspeed, where he's playing video games with his clones. He also offers to build a sofa cushion sandwich later in the episode, and the boys of the group he's in, the Hive Five, eagerly accept. Jinx, however, is more serious. I'm getting off topic.
Billy's clones appear to have completely separate minds. This is not a problem for Billy, as his clones almost always agree with him.
I wish the original Teen Titans would air more often. The newer series is comedy-based instead of action-based. It's still good, but the original series had its own little charm too.
Yeah, Teen Titans Go isn't as good as the original, in my opinion. I could start ranting about where the original Teen Titans SHOULD have ended, but I'll save that for the Episode countdown.
"Now that's music to my ears, the sound of chaos!"
Fun fact: Punk Rocket never actually made an appearance as a main villain in any of the episodes... except ONE, which would be "The Lost Episode". That's right, Teen Titans has a lost episode! Don't worry, it's not as disturbing as My Little Pony's involving Lost Pony...
Punk Rocket apparently came from the US to England to spread the "Sound of Chaos". His guitar has SUPER SOUND WAVES OF DOOM. And I created my original villain Feedback before I even heard of Punk Rocket. So I have an excuse.
For some reason, Punk Rocket can also ride his guitar like a surfboard.
This guy also made an appearance in "Calling all Titans", where he helped a villain named Angel(who's not on the list) capture Bumblebee, an honorary Titan. He even made a cameo in "For Real". I'll be covering the villain in that episode fairly soon. But until then...
"Not everybody likes to play the big villain, kid. I'm a thief. I'm not threatening your precious city, just looking out for number one."
I know what the people who have watched this series are thinking: "Why isn't Red X higher?!"
First off, he seems more of an... antihero than a villain, kind of like Slade, who I'll be covering later.
Second off, we NEVER find out his identity. Also like Slade.
However, he also had his good points.
The original Red X was actually the leader of the Teen Titans trying to get closer to Slade. However, Slade saw through his disguise.
After that, someone stole Robin's Red X suit and became the actual Red X.
Red X has actually HELPED Robin in the episodes "Revved Up" and "X", so that's why I consider him an antihero.
The next one, however, is definitely a full villain just because of how funny he is.
"Sorry, no sneak previews! You'll have to wait for tonight's show like everyone else!"
The Amazing Mumbo is a magician villain, which is slightly cliche and yet cool. Mumbo's pretty funny - he tries to make all of his robberies seem like a show. "Pick a card! EVERY card!" *hurls a bunch of cards at Raven*
He was also one of the first villains we saw. But he got to number 12 because he is the ONLY villain that gets his own villain song in "Bunny Raven OR How to make a Titananimal disappear".
"I am the master of monsters. I am your darkest nightmares come to life. I am ... Control Freak!"
Control Freak seems more of a fanboy than a villain. But he's still pretty darn cool. He's always trying to outsmart the Titans.
Once, he attacked Titans Tower.... but no one was home. He waited until the Titans got home, but a surprise was waiting for him - the Titans East were there instead. He tried his weapons that, I agree, would have worked on the original Titans... and they completely failed.
Control Freak is one of the more funnier fanboys/villains. Especially in the appearance "Episode 257-494", or, "Don't Touch That Dial", where he makes so many references to pop culture that it's insane!
"Hasta la vista, Titans!"
I love that episode where he breaks into Titans east, thinking it's the titans. He tells them their name, and...he's not on the list the titans have of the villians.
"Yes, I've been watching you children misbehave. And I hate misbehaving children!"
Mad Mod REALLY deserved more appearances in the series. He only had two apart from Titans Together and Calling All Titans, where basically every villain except seven of them appeared. He has no superhuman powers but instead sets up FALSE REALITIES for people to live in. He is a master of hypnotism, like yours truly.
Mad Mod had some great mindscrews.
One thing I forgot to mention: In one of my favorite episodes, Revolution, there are so many Monty Python and the Holy Grail references Mad Mod makes that it's insane!
WARNING: Some may consider this entry biased because of the character's name.
"Your pathetic skills can't outshine the brilliance of Doctor Light!"
I swear I did not put this guy here just because of his Mega Man relation. For those of you who don't know, Dr. Light is a scientist who built Mega Man. This Dr. Light is no scientist. He's awesome because of photokinesis, which I always found cool.
"Another spy? Tell me, was anyone at my school actually there to LEARN?!"
Brother Blood, the sadistic leader of the villanous Hive Academy, is just awesome. Look at the picture!
He wasn't always part cyborg - when he first met Cyborg, he was normal. Speaking of which, Brother Blood is the nemesis of Cyborg.
Brother Blood has mind control powers. He can also read minds and has lightning-fast reflexes.
"I love you, children. And I'm gonna make you love me...no matter HOW MUCH IT HURTS!"
Mother Mae-Eye is definintely the most disturbing villain in the series. I mean, look at her!
Here's what Mother Mae-Eye does.
Step 1: Make children eat enchanted pie.
Step 2: Wait for children to go to bed.
Step 3: Bake children into giant pie.
Step 4: EAT.
That's just WRONG.
Doctor Light goes way back to the original Justice League of America comics.
According to his wikipedia page, anyway.
"We have a common enemy. The Teen Titans and their friends will fall. Working together we will defeat them...one...by...one."
This spot is our first group: The Brotherhood of Evil.
The members are as follows:
The Brain is the leader. He is REALLY smart - he almost wiped out the entire Titans, honorary and not honorary, with a single plot.
Monsieur Mallah is a sentient gorilla. He can talk.
Madame Rouge has the power to stretch and change her body shape. She even posed as Robin once.
General Immortus is a... really old general. That's about all we know.
These guys are the main villains of Season 5. All of the Honorary Titans came together, but the Brotherhood of Evil had recruited almost EVERY SINGLE FRICKIN VILLAIN IN THE ENTIRE SERIES. However, the Brain didn't count on some getting away/winning the fight against the one/two members he had sent to fight that Titan. Punk Rocket(mentioned earlier) and Angel, a supervillain we have no information about, were sent to catch Bumblebee. But she fell out of the sky and was lost. (That's just an example.)
The Brotherhood of Evil naturally ended up being defeated. But the Brain's plan was so vile, so sinister, so twisted that his plan alone would have rocketed the Brotherhood to number 10.
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"One cannot damage history, because history cannot be changed. I went back in time to steal this because history says it disappeared. And history says it disappeared because I went back to steal it. Past, present, future. It's all written in stone, my dear. And nothing you do can ever change it."
Warp is one of the coolest and weirdest enemies the Teen Titans have faced. He's ridiculously high because of what happens when he's about to go back in time(he had beaten the Titans). Starfire tackles him and launches him and herself into the portal, and just as Robin tries to dive through, it closes.
Along the way, Starfire sees the future Titans. Cyborg can't leave the tower, BB's become a freak show attraction, Raven's gone downright insane from losing her friends, and... Robin got the best of it... Robin became... Nightwing.
Starfire and Nightwing find each other and battle Warp as their friends come back, one by one. (Strangely enough, Raven has a white cloak in this episode.) Nightwing damages Warp's teleporter, and he turns into a.... baby.
While it may seem like I'm saying this episode is good because of the episode, that's not true. Warp(save for the ending) was a good villain. He had much involvement in Starfire finding the Titans. And guess what? When Starfire messed up his time travel, Warp actually aged 20 years. (They were supposed to go 100 years forward, but Starfire stopped at 20 accidentally.)
"Soon the city will bow to its new master - Killer Moth!"
Killer Moth AKA Charaxes is this high because of how much impact he has on Starfire.
In his second appearance, "Can I Keep Him?" Starfire is taking care of Beast Boy's pet, which was a baby larva of Killer Moth's spawn she named Silkie. He's actually pretty adorable:
Silkie, later on, ends up evolving into an evil moth because Starfire deserted him(Titans' fault, not hers). Johnny Rancid, a recurring villain, was riding it.
Killer Moth entered when Johnny Rancid had fallen because he was here to reclaim his larva. The two fought over who would keep it(not actually fighting, however) and Silkie ended up... exploding... yeah.
Starfire retrieved him and Silkie became her little bumgorf. Yeah. I don't know Tamaranese, but I'm guessing that's "pet".
See? Without Killer Moth, the Titans would have never gotten a cool pet.
Killer Moth also appears in BATMAN. But that's beside the point. He's your stereotypical villain, which stops him from being any higher.
According to his wikipedia page, anyway.
My library has some old comics, so I know firsthand.