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This article is about the little buddy. For Robin's birdarangs, see List of Robin's equipment.
Birdarang
Birdarang
Biographical information
Species

Mutated birdarang

Birthplace

Titans Tower Garage, Jump City, California, United States

Residence

Titans Tower, Jump City, California, United States

Physical description
Skin color

Black

Eye color

Red

Relationship information
Allies

Beast Boy, Beat Box, Cyborg, Dave, Painbot, Raven, Robin, Starfire, Super Robin

Enemies

Brain, Monsieur Mallah, Brain's soldiers

Affiliation
Professional information
Profession

Little Buddy, Weapon, Actor

Behind the scenes
First appearance

"Books"

Voiced by

Scott Menville

Birdarang is a talking birdarang who was created by Robin and Cyborg through the use of combining one of Robin's birdarangs and Cyborg's motherboard in order to create a power move.

History

When Cyborg and Robin created a power move, he came to life.

Personality

Birdarang is very upbeat and always greets everyone with some variation of "What's up, fellas?" He often makes quick remarks such as "That's redonkulous!" after something zany happens. He is usually pretty neutral when it comes to combat, preferring instead to dance his way out of confrontation. However, he will attack in order to protect his friends if the need arises.

Birdarang spends most of his time with Beatbox as they both enjoy dancing. He is extremely loyal to his friends and is shown to have a good relationship with each of the Titans including the other "Little Buddies" In the episode Brian, Birdarang is shown to be extremely upset when Beatbox is damaged by the Brain and uses this anger to aid in combat.

Abilities

Birdarang has the ability to fly and uses this ability to get around. He has two forms as seen in the episode "Brian". In addition to his normal form, Birdarang has the ability to transform into a robotic version of himself. In his standard form, Birdarang can do little more than poke at his opponents; however, in his robot form, Birdarang is extremely agile, possesses laser vision, and can detach and throw his own head in the form of a smaller birdarang. He is seen using these abilities in the episode "Brian".

Appearances

Teen Titans Go!

Teen Titans Go! comic book series

Gallery

Trivia

  • Birdarang debuted in "Books", but his creation was detailed later episode, "Power Moves".

Footnotes

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