Teen Titans Cyborg the Barbarian (2003–2006) Online
Cyborg gets transported into the past, With no way to recharge his cybernetic parts, he must learn to adapt to his new situation.
|Episode credited cast:|
|Scott Menville||-||Robin (voice)|
|Greg Cipes||-||Beast Boy (voice)|
|Khary Payton||-||Cyborg (voice)|
|Hynden Walch||-||Starfire (voice)|
|Tara Strong||-||Raven (voice)|
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
|Kimberly Brooks||-||Sarasim (voice)|
|Michael Clarke Duncan||-||Krall / Hayden (voice)|
This episode originally aired out of production order. It is the second episode of Season 4, but the fourth one to be aired.
Cyborg's love for waffles - as was seen in CRASH - is remembered by Raven in the opening scene.
When Cyborg worries about messing with the timeline, we see an image of a 'baby' version of Warp, the villain from the episode HOW LONG IS FOREVER.
The face on the Statue of Liberty is modeled after Irineo Maramba - a storyboard artist for the series.
The face on the sun is a caricature of series character designer Derrick Wyatt.
When Cyborg digitally avoids messing with the past, it looks just like the classic video game, "Frogger."
Sarasim name is a reference to Cyborg's love interest in the comic book series, Sarah Simms. But the similarities end there as the comic book character Sarasim is named after is a far cry from a barbarian queen, Sarah Simms was a teacher at West Side School for the Handicapped - where the students coped with prosthetic limbs. The children looked up to Vic (Cyborg), who had his own 'metal prosthetics,' of a sort. Vic and Sarah Simms remained close friends. Although each of them danced around the idea of a romantic relationship, this would never come to pass. Sarah first appeared in "The New Teen Titans" (vol. 1) #8 and remained a supporting player in the Titans comic book until the late 1980s.