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Teen Titans: The Judas Contract Review (Spoiler Free)


By Corey Floyd


The DCEU is stumbling along showing us a trailer for Justice League that looks good but. I’m skeptical fool me once (Batman V. Superman) shame on you, fool me twice (Suicide Squad) shame on me. I will hold my breath on their live action, but I’m always up for more of their animated universe. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract is the latest animated film from DC featuring the younger heroes of the universe. Teen Titans has been used a training ground for future Justice league members.
Most younger viewers might remember from its popular TV show from  2003. This movie is very far away from the show you watched back then. It actually lines up with the continuity of the rest of their animated films except “Assault on Arkham”. It follows their current roster of Blue Beetle, Beast Boy, Terra,  Robin ( Damien Wayne) , Nightwing and Starfire. The story centers around the team’s newest member Terra voiced by Christina Ricci(Wednesday Adam’s), as the newest member she is struggling with dealing with a team dynamic as well as Beast Boy crushing over her.   
But there is also  sinister plot going on involving our favorite DC mercenary Deathstroke voiced by the recently deceased Miguel Ferrer. Some of you may recognize him as the Voice of Vandal Savage in Young Justice. The film is directed by Sam Liu who has been directing the last few animated outings The Killing Joke, Justice League vs. Teen Titans, and the surprisingly good Justice League: Gods & Monsters. I urge you guys to go out and pick this one up it is a keeper.
They even bring up one the the creepiest angles when it comes to Deathstroke's character and the guy hes working for is an old Baddie with a way better look. Who is it? Well if you go out and pick up your copy and you will find out . Final Grade:A

Oh……………….. By the way here’s a sneak preview of BATMAN & HARLEY Sam Liu next project https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2QpTNl2wkaU

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