TEEN TITANS GO!: WEIRDER THINGSWhen Robin catches Starfire, Raven and Cyborg making paper airplanes, he warns them that they’re dangerously close to unlocking “The Deadliest Art”: origami. Then, the Titans are shunned by social media elites when a bad after-action photo reveals them as “Posers.” Can they finalize a successful stance in time to defeat their next great menace? Collects issues #31-36.
TEEN TITANS GO! #34
The Titans get swept up in a 73-hour dystopian teen movie marathon, then reenact “The Hungry Games” when they realize there’s only one slice of pizza left!
TEEN TITANS GO! #32
Starfire is “Snowbunny’s Fool” when Robin takes the team to a ski resort—but it’s cold-weather-hater Raven who really surprises her teammates!
TEEN TITANS GO! #29
Success! The Titans finally got their movie and all the fame and glamor that went with it. But are they doomed to wallow after their 15 minutes of fame are over?
TEEN TITANS GO! #36
The Titans may have bungled Raven’s surprise party, but Pretty Pretty Pegasus LIVE!
TEEN TITANS GO! #33
TEEN TITANS GO! #30
The Teen Titans are going on a “Picnic”! Well, everyone but Raven, who doesn’t quite understand the invitation/riddle and is about to explode from frustration.
TEEN TITANS GO! #27
The team makes an “Appointment with Doom” when they each try to see a doctor. Beast Boy is convinced that evil Insure Ants will attack—and he might be right!