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Teen Titans - The Complete First Season (DC Comics Kids Collection) (2006)

Scott Menville , Greg Cipes  |  NR |  DVD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Scott Menville, Greg Cipes, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, Hynden Walch
  • Producers: Bruce Timm, Glen Murakami
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Dolby, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: April 10, 2007
  • Run Time: 286 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,358 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Special Features

  • 13 episodes on 2 discs
  • Finding Their Voices: the secret information behind the making of Teen Titans
  • Comic Creations: from comic book to cartoon
  • Puffy Ami Yumi music video
  • Sneak peek at Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi TV show
  • Puffy Ami Yumi interview/featurette
  • Toon Topia bonus cartoons: The Hiros episodes 1 & 2
  • Easter eggs

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Teen Titans: The Complete First Season (DVD)

The complete first season of Cartoon Network and WBTV's fine adaptation of Marv Wolfman and George Perez's '80s-era DC Comics title Teen Titans arrives in a 13-episode two-disc set. The attractive, anime-influenced episodes of the series' 2003 debut season pit the Titans--former Batman sidekick Robin, Beast Boy, Starfire, Cyborg, Terra, and Raven--against a horde of regular foes, including Slade (voiced by Ron Perlman), Trigon, Trident, Mad Mod, and many others. True to their age, the Titans also have to deal with issues about maturity, confidence, a hint of romance, and even a body-switch between two members. --Paul Gaita

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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Teen Titans Go! December 22, 2005
By Simon
This 2-disc set collects the first 13 episodes of Teen Titans, which were also previously released on 2 single-disc editions.

I like Teen Titans. It's a very different take on the DC characters than Batman, Superman, and Justice League, and there are obvious anime influences in the fight scenes and gags. What's nice about the series is that while it generally writes towards a younger audience, it's never so simplistic that it alienates the older crowd. The chemistry between the five leads is great, and there are occasional moments of lunacy that will make you wonder if the staff is secretly taking anything in the back room (ie the Mad Mod episode). Plus season 1's underlying subplot involving Slade (voiced expertly by Ron 'Hellboy' Perlman) is as dark and driven as anything in the Batman shows. The only time this show falls flat for me is when it puts stylized action over story essentials, which some of the early episodes here fall into.

Again, this set collects material that WB has already released. I think even the bulk of the bonus features have been carried over. I'm hoping this was a sudden shift in WB's animation-on-dvd strategy as opposed to milking the consumer with re-releases, as the single discs were already quite generous in their own way. A great consideration if you haven't purchased the old discs yet, great for kids but adults should find some amusement too.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Pleasant Suprise that Just Got Better February 15, 2006
I'll admit, I wasn't feeling particularly hopeful for "Teen Titans" when I saw the first previews. We were already seeing quite a few animated shows copying the style of Japanese animation as it became more popular. So it was a very pleasant suprise when I found that "Teen Titans" not only featured a much deeper understanding of the workings of anime, but also focused on top notch voice acting and character centered storytelling. It took them an episode or two to really find their footing, but once they did, "Teen Titans" was one of the best shows on television, and later seasons only improved on what had been set up. I can see how the use of the more cartoony aspects of anime - super-deformed characters, anime inspired wild takes, and the like - might turn some people off, but do yourself a favor and watch a few episodes. Once you get used to the style, you'll start seeing the storytelling that kept fans of the show coming back.

The four star rating (as opposed to five) is largely because of the special features. There are two "Making Of" documentaries with the voice actors and show creators, which are pretty good. There's the fun music video of the theme song. The interview with Japanese songsters Puffy Ami Yumi is fun, but a little too long, and the device of having the Titans "conduct the interview" is pretty lame. The short two part cartoon, "The Hiro's" (yes, I know that apostrophe doesn't belong there, but that's how they spell it) is rather bad and unfunny. But the biggest problem is something that's left off the DVD, namely commentary. WB has been notoriously slow to recognize how much fans want episode commentary, with only 3 to 4 commentaries on the Batman and Superman DVDs. Commentray with cast and crew for "Teen Titans" would have been great. But despite a somewhat small set of special features, "Teen Titans - Season One" is deifinitely worth picking up.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars They Got The Bad Guys On The Run January 5, 2006
By J. Rose
This set compiles two previously released discs, making up the entire first season of Cartoon Network's breakaway hit that introduced the Titans to a new generation and paved the way for Japanese popsters Puffy Amiyumi to develop their own cartoon show. Season 1's overall arc introduces Slade (known in the comics as Deathstroke The Terminator) and his attempts to coerce Robin into becoming his apprentice, and Robin's continued battle against Slade and his influence.

Slade is presented here as the anti-Batman, making a much more frightening villain than Bane (who is actually a good villian but has been presented in most cinematic media as a thorough waste of ink). Despite the detractors' complaints of its anime influence, Teen Titans is a well-written and extremely well-done series, with seasons 2, 3, and 4 going on to deal with Slade's destruction and its aftermath, Brother Blood and the Hive, the creation of the West Coast team, the threat of Raven's demonoid father Triton and her attempts to break from her past, and an all-out battle with the Brotherhood Of Evil featuring an appearance from the honest-to-God DOOM PATROL (one of DC Comics' most underrated and creative concepts, and often unfairly compared with the X-Men).

All in all, a good and enjoyable buy worth having in your hero-toons collection. Now if they'll release the other seasons mentioned here in box sets, and if Warner Bros. will do the same thing with its Justice League series, and Nickelodeon does the same with Danny Phantom and Teenage Robot, all will be cool. (Note to TV studios: Due to the dearth of good TV, some of us out there WILL BUY DVD sets if they're done right--no need to dribble stuff out!)
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21 of 25 people found the following review helpful
My kids (and to some extent myself) happen to like the Teen Titans animated series. Though I prefer the 90's Batman Animated Series, Titans is nice in that it doesn't take itself too seriously.

My biggest problem isn't with the show, but with Warner Brothers' standard business practice of making you buy the same episodes of your favorite WB TV shows more than once in the guise of "testing the waters" with DVDs containg only a couple to a few episodes. They did it with Babylon 5, both the 90s and 2000s Batman animated series', the Superman animated series, and now they're doing it with Teen Titans (and Justice League, which I hear is finally going to season sets in 2006).

I'm glad WB seems to be finally getting the message. In the case of this TT season set, though, it's a little too late for me.

I would say get this one if you haven't bought the other two discs with the same episodes - it will reinforce the message to the powers-that-be at Warner.
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