He also has a major role in the episodes "Friendship" and "The Fourth Wall". He is voiced by Alexander Polinsky. Control Freak is an overweight geek who specializes in computers, electronics, etc. He mainly focuses on making himself appear cool instead of using his genius brains to defeat the Titans. Control Freak has a remote control that he can use to send himself and others into the television world.
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Control Freak , the Titans' self-proclaimed "arch-nemesis," was an overweight and unshaven movie fanatic notorious for using his super remote control to warp reality to suit his movie-inspired images. However, he rarely used his great intellect, trying instead to build up his persona of a famous super-villain. Upon finding out that he is not on the Titans' list of notorious villains in "for real," he angrily exclaims that he is a recurring villain and therefore should be on the list. Low 2-C With his remote. Powers and Abilities: With the use of his remote, he can enter and exit any shows or movies that he wants. Toon force-style , Reality Warping.
Capturing him should be as easy as clicking a remote … right? Meanwhile, Raven is confronted by a demon of her own past, one that threatens to put everyone in danger. The thrill ride continues throughout the 13 episodes collected here, as Robin fine-tunes his fighting skills, Beast Boy goes to great lengths to make his dream come true and Robin and Starfire grapple with their affection for each other. Plus, Slade is back — but can the Titans take him down? Can they really prevent the end of the world?
Control Freak is a minor recurring villain in Teen Titans Go! He is voiced by Alexander Polinsky. Control Freak is an overweight geek who specializes in computers, electronics, and other technologies. He mainly focuses on making himself appear cool and mocking the Titans instead of using his genius brains to defeat them.