Teen Titans - The Complete Third Season (DC Comics Kids Collection)
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This season the Titans' are back with more adventures, a new Titan member and crazy new villains! Terra is a wild young earthmover eager to join the superheroes, but Slade soon manipulates her into becoming his apprentice. After learning the Titans' weaknesses, Terra aids Slade in his plot to destroy them. New villains include Warp, Atlas, Control Freak, Killer Moth, and Johnny Rancid.]]>
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The good is that the funny episodes (Bunny Raven, Revolution) continue to be amusing, while the Robin-centric episodes (X, Haunted) are still driven and intense. This season also marks the formation of Titans East, which helps expand the scope of the series a little more.
The bad is that the ongoing Brother Blood storyline (which really only amounts to 4 episodes) kinda falls flat, especially compared to the strong Slade/Terra arcs before it. The two Starfire-centric episodes are also duds.
Really, the biggest strike against season 3 is that by now, it's just offering more of the same. You can predict what happens with a Raven episode, or a Cyborg episode. With all of Teen Titans' wackiness, the series recycles its own formulas. But if you can accept that, season 3 is worth picking up.
Season Three is actually pretty good, Probably the best season thus far. Definitely worth getting if I were you.
This is the third and next season of episodes of that superheroic team of anime-esque adolecents, the Teen Titans. This slew of episodes includes "Deception" (the one where Cyborg infiltrates the HIVE academy), "X" (featuring the return of Red X, Robin's evil alter ego, except it's not really Robin now), "Betrothed" (the Titans head to Tamaran for Starfire's wedding, or so they thought), "Haunted" (Robin is seeing Slade, but not the others), "Spellbound" (Raven's new book literally comes to life), "Can I Keep Him?" (Starfire looks after a larvae from Killer Moth), and "Titans East" (introducing the new team of Titans: Speedy, Aqualad, Bumblebee, and Mas y Menos).
Look for the special feature "Know Your Foes" on here. This feature has a list of the villians the Titans encountered in the third season ranging from sinister, like Brother Blood and Professor Chang, to silly, like Mad Mod and Mumbo Jumbo. Also there's a hidden feature called "One Show, Two Themes". A nifty little feature about the show's theme song depending on the "mood" of the episode. (See my "inference" on my "Switched" DVD review.)
If the third season is that good, I wonder when season four will come out ?
We started off with a few of the volume 1 and volume 2 DVD collections which was a way to charge for Season 1 twice, but we still loved it.
I was un able to find additional seasons on the stores at my local walmart and target so ordered seasons 2, 3, and 4 from Amazon.
My daughter (10 now) and I love them, and we enjoyed watching them all.
Not going to critique what season was better, or how characters were utilized or anything deep and heavy, just wanted to say, that as a fan of the series, I'm glad I own it all at home now.
The packaging and layout of the discs and episodes are straight forward. No problems, nice extras, and LOTS of DC Comics guest stars that the comic world of the Titans would see if they haven't already decades ago. What Bruce Timm (and countless others) did for the Animated Batman, Glen Murakami did for the Teen Titans: a history era for DC Comics.
If the buyer has never seen the show before, I recommend starting out with Season 1 in order to get to know the characters, style, structure, and overall unique presentation of the show. But each and every season is worth picking up for fans. And the prices of each season are in a nice range. The show really left a mark on intelligent and fun children's entertainment so even though it's a few years old by now, you'll still see reruns now and then. They used to be on Cartoon Network, but if they aren't there anymore you can catch reruns very early Saturday Mornings on KidsWB if you'd like a taste.
a number of pretty funny episodes, however, including "Revolution", "Bunny Raven",
and most especially "The Beast Within", where Beast Boy, coming off an impressive victory
against his nemesis Adonis, goes though a macho, "alpha male" phase, much to the irritation
of the other Titan members (particularly Raven, who he once again fails to impress).
In fact, one of the fun things about season three is how the love/hate relationship between
the dark and brooding Raven and eternally optimistic Beast Boy is further developed and expanded
upon: while Raven is openly contemptuous of Beast Boy's simple simon ways, and Beast Boy in turn
is thoroughly amused by Raven's dark and secretive habits, you can sense that beneath it
all, the two are starting to really care for one another.
I should note also that the animation is vastly improved upon Season's One and Two.
In sum, if you're a Titans fan, this is a definite keeper.
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I have the first two seasons on DVD and had to get the third. The price was great for this complete season. Comes with all 13 episodes on two discs.Published 1 month ago by zmikeranger
kept it old school and introduced my son to this amazing cartoon. way better than the new titans series that's out there. perfect for my sons adventurous personality.Published 1 month ago by Letti D
Great quality, great plot, great animation, its just great!!!!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Another installment to one of the greatest animated TV shows ever.Published 2 months ago by Rick Coleman
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