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Teen Titans Go! More specifically, it is a quasi- Spin-Off of the previous Teen Titans series, though it takes more direct inspiration from the New Teen Titans shorts that were also based on that incarnation. The main cast, as well as most of the supporting cast, reprise their respective roles from both productions. Oh, and fight crime if they ever feel like it. Whereas the Titans were heroes regularly looking to do good and help those in need, the Go! Titans are portrayed more like a self-absorbed group of teenagers who are often mocked by both villains and fellow heroes alike for their tendency to goof-off rather than fight crime. Think of it as being in the vein of Rock Lee's Springtime of Youth or RWBY Chibi , where the idea is to take established characters and put them in increasingly outlandish situations that wouldn't be possible in their more serious, plot-driven forms.
A modern variation on the original Superboy , the character first appeared as Superboy in The Adventures of Superman June , and was created by writer Karl Kesel and artist Tom Grummett. From the character's debut in to August , Superboy was depicted as a genetically-engineered metahuman clone of human origin designed by Project Cadmus as a duplicate and closest genetic equivalent of Superman. This has since become the character's most enduring origin story in later comic books and media adaptations. Kon-El is depicted as a modern incarnation of the original Superboy. After the death of Superman at the hands of a Kryptonian monster named Doomsday , Project Cadmus Executive Director Paul Westfield wanted to create a clone replacement of Superman that would follow the agendas of Project Cadmus as well as his own personal agenda. After failed attempts to acquire Superman's DNA which included an attempt to steal his corpse ,    Westfield decided to genetically alter a human clone to look like Superman and made the clone to be the closest human equivalent to a Kryptonian as they could based on their research. During their research when they had Superman's body, Westfield's scientists discovered a bio-electric aura surrounding Superman's body that provided some of Superman's powers such as invulnerability, flight through a form of self-telekinesis, protection from getting dirty and protection from skin-tight clothing to be damaged. The aura was translated into a telekinetic field for a human that would give the clone the ability to simulate Superman's powers such as flight, invulnerability, and strength. This was later known as "tactile telekinesis" by the scientists. The clone was given implanted memories and underwent an artificial maturation process intended to match the age of the original Superman.
After sustaining an major burn, Cyborg starts sporting a super cool coat to cover his injuries. However, things start to get out of hand, and soon all of the Titans are donning rad jackets! Downtown , the mutant Plasmus treads through the streets, and radioactive ooze froths from his mouth. Worried about Jump City 's welfare, the Titans show up to put a stop to the villain. Cyborg becomes a one-man-team, taking down Plasmus with a single punch. Unfortunately, there's a few side effects- the city got burnt with acid. And Beast Boy also points out that Cyborg's body armor has just been melted away!