Special Edition Podcast

Special Edition – Teen Titans: The Judas Contract

Show Notes

The iFanboy Animation Brain Trust — Conor Kilpatrick, Paul Montgomery, and Ryan Haupt — discuss the latest DC Universe Animated Original Movie: Teen Titans: The Judas Contract! Plus a look ahead to Batman and Harley Quinn!

Running Time: 00:38:40

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“Breaking the Law”
Judas Priest


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  1. I think the comments, lack of, speak to Ryan being right about this one.
    It was boring.
    I could barely finish it.
    Yes, there were moments and the animation was well done.
    But the trope and cliché of relationship talk during a battle and Terra’s over the top tough girl/whining was a bit much.

    I think there should be an iFanboy rule for any kind of movie- there must be a minimum of one day to reflect before giving an opinion/analysis.

    I can’t imagine this one fairing that well as time passes.

  2. Or the lack of comments is due to the braintrust saying everything that needed to be said. 🙂 And since everything was mostly positive, I have to agree. I had fun watching this movie, whereas some of the other DC animated offerings were much more hit or miss.

    I really enjoyed the balance between all the characters– no one got short shrifted, which was implicitly mentioned at least. If anything, the narrative through-line could have been emphasized with a singular point-of-view character, but that would certainly have lost that balance that makes this truly an ensemble film. The running time was noticed as long, and if it’s true, then maybe that’s a contributing factor to letting things breathe.

    The one thing I was really hoping would get a mention was the distinct lack of Dick Grayson’s neck chain, and I was both happy it was gone and sad that I couldn’t laugh at it anymore.

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