Despite his protestations of innocence, Robin is apprehended by Daizo.Elsewhere, Beast Boy and Cyborg are being chased by Beast Boy's fangirls from the karaoke bar (because they were infatuated with his performance) and the chefs from the restaurant (because Cyborg's bottomless appetite aroused their ire).The Mayor of Tokyo announces Robin's arrest and orders that the other Teen Titans must either turn themselves in or leave Tokyo at once. They are about to regroup when Brushogun sends out his minions to destroy each of the Titans.Cyborg is beset by a giant yellow robot who keeps trying to eat him, Beast Boy is attacked by a pink cat girl who turns out to be the girl he was following earlier, Raven is pursued by a ghostly figure in a graveyard, and Starfire is attacked by a small blue robot boy in the sky.Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo is a 2006 television animated superhero film adaptation of the DC Comics superhero team Teen Titans.It is set in the milieu of the animated series Teen Titans that ran from 2003–2006.Starfire takes Robin to a shrine hideout, where they try to kiss again when suddenly Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy, who have come back safely, barge in on them.Cyborg then shows that he done a chemical analysis on the stains on Robin's uniform and discovered that it wasn't blood but ink, just like the similar stains the others got during their fights.
The Teen Titans manage to capture him, having their tower damaged in the process.
A mass battle ensues, culminating in Robin facing Daizo.
With no options of escape left, Daizo hurls himself from a catwalk into the ink reservoir of the press, taking control of Brushogun's magic and transforming himself into a giant, hulking mass of ink and machinery, with Brushogun at the center.
Robin is transferred, but during the ride a slip of paper bearing the name "Brushogun" fits into the armored car carrying him and turns into a bomb and explodes, freeing him.
Now on the run, Robin co-opts the identity of a Shinjuku mugger to collect information that Brushogun is in fact real, but the Tokyo Troopers cover up his existence to prevent inspiration for criminals.