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Teen Titans Costume Guides

Dress like Your Favorite Teen Titans Characters

The Teen Titans formed their alliance to serve and protect the world with their superpowers! Discover the top looks and cosplay options to recreate from the Teen Titans. Dress as the leader Robin, who we all know from Batman, but who leads the rest of the teen superheroes in the Cartoon Network animated series. Face off with evil from every corner of the world in your Teen Titan of choice. Browse through the costume guides to make recreating this cosplay idea super easy.

Raven Costume

Raven Costume

Raven is one of those characters you hear about that could easily have turned her back on her good side and chosen a life of evil. She was destined for a dark path before she was even born, but with help she fought to be a beacon of light and joined the Teen Titans. Raven’s dark style reflects her daily struggle with her fight against good and evil within herself, so stick with dark colors in this costume!

Raven Costume
Raven Costume Guide
Terra Teen Titans Costume

Terra Costume

Terra joined the Teen Titans when they realized that she was an Earth-bender also known as geokinesis. But, Terra’s issue is that she cannot control her abilities and is tempted with the dark side more so than anyone else. Slade, the archenemy of the Teen Titans, gets too far into Terra’s mind and tries to convince her that she isn’t good enough to be a superhero. While Terra struggles with her identity, her style looks confident and cute!

Terra Costume
Terra Costume Guide

Teen Titans Cosplay Costumes

The Teen Titans are a super idea to get your friends together to create a group cosplay! Choose from Beast Boy, Robin, Raven, Starfire, Terra, or any of your favorite Teen Titan superheroes! Each character from the Cartoon Network show have their own costumes, styles, superpowers, and personalities, so it’s all up to you!

Be prepared for Slade and whatever other evil comes your way with the look of the characters listed in these costume guides. The guides are much easier to use than saving the world. Browse through the easy instructions to follow and where to find each piece you need!

Teen Titans Costume Tips & FAQs

Join the team of young superheroes with the Teen Titans FAQ section. Whether you’re a skilled leader like Robin or an inter-dimensional sorceress like Raven, we’re here to answer your questions about creating costumes, exploring trivia, and celebrating the action-packed and character-driven world of the animated TV series Teen Titans.

Some recognizable costumes for Teen Titans characters include Robin’s red and green suit with a yellow cape and mask, Starfire’s purple outfit and long red hair, Cyborg’s robotic body and blue eye, Raven’s dark blue cloak and gem on her forehead, and Beast Boy’s purple and black uniform with green skin. Don’t forget to add character-specific accessories, such as Robin’s utility belt, Starfire’s green energy bolts, or Raven’s spellbook.

Some lesser-known facts about Teen Titans include that the show was based on the DC Comics superhero team of the same name and premiered on Cartoon Network in 2003. The series was created by Glen Murakami and Sam Register, and it features a unique blend of American and Japanese animation styles. The character of Robin in the series is strongly implied to be Dick Gray son, the first Robin and later Nightwing in the comics, though his full name is never mentioned in the show. Additionally, the series is known for its character development, exploration of serious themes, and use of humor. Teen Titans has a dedicated fanbase and has spawned various adaptations, including the comedic spin-off series Teen Titans Go!

To create a Raven costume, start with a dark blue or black leotard or bodysuit. Wear a dark blue cloak with a hood that can be pulled up to cover your head. Add a red or purple circular gem to your forehead using makeup, a sticker, or a prop gem attached with skin-safe adhesive. Wear dark leggings or tights and black boots to complete the outfit. Style your hair straight and dark, similar to Raven’s hairstyle. For makeup, use a pale foundation to create Raven’s light complexion and add dark purple or black eyeshadow to create her signature brooding look. Practice Raven’s calm and reserved mannerisms, as well as her ability to recite incantations for her magical abilities.

Some memorable episodes or scenes from Teen Titans that can inspire a costume or party theme include:

  • “The End” (Season 4): The epic battle against Trigon, Raven’s demonic father, and Raven’s transformation into her White Raven form.
  • “Aftershock” (Season 2): The intense confrontation with Terra, a former Titan turned traitor, and her ultimate sacrifice.
  • “Haunted” (Season 3): Robin’s psychological struggle with hallucinations of Slade, his arch-nemesis.
  • “Go!” (Season 3): The origin story of how the Teen Titans first met and formed their team.
  • “Trouble in Tokyo” (TV Movie): The Titans’ adventure in Tokyo, Japan, where they face a new villain and experience Japanese culture.

Recreate elements from these episodes, such as the Titans Tower, Trigon’s demonic form, or the streets of Tokyo, for a fun and immersive experience. A Teen Titans party theme could also include activities based on superhero training or a contest for the best Titan costume.

Incorporating memorable quotes from “Teen Titans” into your costume or interactions can add an extra layer of authenticity and fun. Some fan-favorite quotes include:

  • “Titans, go!” – Robin
  • “Azarath Metrion Zinthos!” – Raven
  • “Booyah!” – Cyborg
  • “You may have created me, but you were never my father.” – Raven
  • “Evil beware, we have waffles.” – Raven
  • “I am sorry to disappoint you, but I am stronger than I look.” – Starfire
  • “Dude, I’m the life of the party!” – Beast Boy
  • “I already have a father.” – Robin (to Slade)
  • “The Beast Within” – Beast Boy

About Teen Titans

Teen Titans first aired on Cartoon Network in 2003 and is based on the comic books from the early 1980s. The Teen Titans are a group of young superheroes who joined together to protect the world safe from evil doings. There are the originals who first came together to form the Teen Titans, and then there are others spaced out around the world to protect their home locations.

The first ever Teen Titans were Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, Terra, and Beast Boy. Robin, who was trained as Batman’s sidekick, was the leader of the Teen Titans, but every teen brought a strong aspect to the group to help protect the world from evil! Even though they are considered children, the Teen Titans always take their missions seriously and face their adversaries with complete determination.

Teen Titans Costumes