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Teen Titans 5 Seasons 2004

Season 2
4.7 out of 5 stars (137) IMDb 7.7/10

Fighting for truth, justice and the last slice of pizza, these five teenage heroes are living proof that a hero is never too young to save the planet.

Starring:
Scott Menville, Greg Cipes
Original air date:
January 1, 2004

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1. How Long is Forever

Warp, a superthief from the future, travels back in time to steal a priceless antique. But when the Teen Titans show up to stop him, the villain tries to escape.

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2. Every Dog Has His Day

A mysterious flying saucer chases a strange, green alien dog that has traveled to Earth. But when the alien dog bumps into the ever-changing Beast Boy (who's now a green dog hanging out at the dog park), the flying saucer accidentally abducts the wrong pooch.

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3. Terra

The Titans meet Terra, a small teenage girl with big powers. Gifted with amazing earth-moving abilities, Terra can make rocks fly, mountains crumble and the ground tremble beneath her feet.

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4. Only Human

Back when Cyborg was a fully human athlete, he loved trying to do more than he thought he could. He always gave 110%. Cy's limitations are built-in now that his muscles are mechanical. No matter how hard he tries, 100% is all he's got.

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5. Fear Itself

Raven doesn't show fear. Or at least, that's what she wants others to think. But when an unknown and ghostly force starts hunting down the Titans one by one, Titans Tower turns into a house of horrors--and even Raven gets rattled.

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6. Date with Destiny

A creepy criminal known as Killer Moth threatens to destroy the city with a flying army of mutant moths, unless Robin takes Killer Moth's spoiled teenage daughter Kitten to her junior prom! So while the other Titans are scouring the city in search of Moth's secret hideout, a reluctant Robin has no choice but to go along with the villain's bizarre demand.

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7. Transformation

The beautiful alien Starfire has never thought much about her looks. But when a strange red bump appears on her forehead, Star becomes concerned. Raven tells her not to worry--it's probably just a pimple--or is it?

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8. Titan Rising

Terra returns to Titans Tower . . . and this time, she's ready to join the team. But after what happened the last time they saw her, the Titans aren't sure that's such a good idea--and Raven's positive that it's not. But Robin reminds Raven that everyone deserves a second chance.

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9. Winner Take All

Robin, Cyborg and Beast Boy are transported to an alternate dimension. There, the mysterious Master of Games invites the Titans and five other superpowered teens--Aqualad, Speedy, Gizmo, Joto and Wildebeest--to participate in a friendly competition: The Tournament of Heroes.

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10. Betrayal

After a few weeks as a Teen Titan, Terra has everything she ever wanted: a nice home, good friends and even a little romance with Beast Boy. Everything seems perfect . . . but is it?

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11. Fractured

When Robin accidentally wrecks the R-Cycle while pursuing a nasty thug named Johnny Rancid, he winds up with his arm in a cast--and doubt in himself. Luckily Robin gets a helpful visit from his Number One Fan: a short little weirdo from another dimension known as Larry the Titan!

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12. Aftershock: Part 1

A long-lost friend of the Titans returns with a vengeance. Slade orders Overload, Cinderblock and Plasmus to launch a series of sinister strikes all over the city. Part 1 of 2

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13. Aftershock: Part 2

In a world without Titans, Slade has taken control of everything: the streets, the city and the heart of his young apprentice. But are our heroes really gone? Part 2 of 2

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Bonus: Catching up with... Teen Titans

This one-of-a-kind featurette recaps both of the first two seasons. Get caught up...in lightning speed.

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Product Details

Genres Kids & Family
Director Matt Youngberg
Starring Scott Menville, Greg Cipes
Supporting actors Khary Payton, Hynden Walch, Tara Strong, David Johansen
Season year 2004
Network CBS
Producers Glen Murakami, David Slack, A.J. Vargas
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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This is season 2 of the Teen Titans series, and is notable for adapting the "Judas Contract" story arc from the comics. Terra is introduced, and Beast Boy is given something else to do other than play the comic relief. In other episodes Starfire is blasted to the future and meets Nightwing(!), Robin takes Killer Moth's daughter to the prom, and the Titans compete in a tournament of heroes and gain new allies. The obligatory "fractured" episode of the season is just that, with an imp named Larry breaking reality and causing chaos for everyone. The only blemish is the tail end of the season finale, which seems to take the easy way out after all the built-up character drama.

So we get another nice, compact, affordable collection of episodes. Half of this season was already released under the subtitle "Fear Itself," but this is the only place to pick up the remaining 7 episodes. Since Warner Bros. doesn't seem to be releasing another single disc for those who bought the first one, the smart (only) bet would be for fans to grab this set and sell the single disc. The prices are comparable, either way.
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I think that Warner finally figured out that people don't want to purchase disc after disc of just a few episodes in order to enjoy their favorite programs. This second season of Teen Titans is a must have if you are a fan of the show at all. Don't be fooled into purchasing "Fear Itself" (Season 2, Volume 1), as then the only way for you to purchase the second half of the season is to purchase the ENTIRE season which is included in this offering (there is no Season 2, Volume 2 offered). Our family loves Teen Titans, and we have children aged 4-24!! When our four year old son went to stay with his older married sister, his 27 year old brother-in-law begged him to bring Teen Titans along!
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After Season 1 expanded on introducing the five main characters (Robin,Beast Boy, Raven, Starfire, and Cyborg) and their personalities and attitudes towards each other, it was now time for the show to take on a different storyline. The creators of the cartoon decided to take one of the biggest storylines from The New Teen Titans comic series "Judas Contract" and adapt it to a younger audience in the cartoon. While making the adaptation kid-friendly, the creators did not loose sight of what the "Judas Contract" was all about. This makes for an excellent season of Teen Titans that both comic and cartoon lovers could enjoy!

This season introduces the character of Terra Markov. In the episode 'Terra' the Teen Titans meet the geomancer and Beast Boy's love is practically instant for her when she laughs at one of his jokes (which is quite rare for the changeling). It is shown in this episode that there is an obvious connection and possible future relationship between the two. Another speculation one might point out is Slade's foreshadowing quote that "he found her first". This episode is the gateway for many twists and turns in the plotline of this dramatic storyline. Many emotions will be played around with and the Titans will have to face the challenge of this new member. Is the Titans new friend really what they expect? Or is there more to the character of 'Terra'?

**Key episodes in finding out what Terra's secret is are Terra,Titan Rising,Betrayal,Aftershock Part 1, and Aftershock Part 2.

Now beyond the main storyline of Season 2 which is the 'Terra Arc', are the filler episodes. Another great thing about this series is that a lot of the filler episodes are entertaining even though they don't pertain to the main arc. One of my personal favorites is 'Fear Itself".
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I thought they would make a separate DVD with the rest of the second season on there (to follow up "Volume 1: Fear Itself"), but it seems they finally came to their senses and did the whole second season on a 2-disc box set.

However, if they DID make a Season 2, Volume 2, I would put down the following:

"The next seven episodes feature the return ('Titan Rising'), the betrayal ('Betrayal'), and the wrath ('Aftershock', both parts) of the earth-moving Titan named Terra. She was a good girl, though.

Also, the second half of the second season has two of the LOONIEST episodes you've ever laid eyes on ! One is called 'Transformation' where Starfire turns into a hideous, yet hilarious creature. The other, 'Fractured', is a really zany romp starring an interdimensional weirdo named Larry (aka Nosyarg Kcid). Thanks to Larry and his reality-altering powers, he's turned the Titans' world upside-down, inside-out, and even backwards !"

If you want a run-down of the first six episodes, check out my review of the "Fear Itself" DVD.

Back to the two-disc, it has all thirteen episodes of the second season in its entirety plus the featurette "Catching Up with... Teen Titans". This feature is a reflective look of season two in the Titans' perspective.

I wonder when the third season of "Titans" is coming out ?
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This season focus is on the new Titan, Terra, with insanely powerful earth powers. But Terra has a dark secret and an even darker aliance as she struggles with a troubled past and whether or not she can really betray her new friends.

It also has excelent filler episodes such as "Fear Itself", which is more of a Raven focus.

The season has an absolutely explosive ending, both powerful, ultra cool, and even tear-jerking. This is truly one of the shows finest accomplishments! Even if you know nothing about the first season, any kid (or teenager, like me (19)) can enjoy the anime style and the very relatable themes like maintaining control, redemption from wrong doings in the past, and the just plain funny stuff that pops up out of nowhere!
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