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Teen Titans: The Complete Second Season
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Teen Titans: The Complete Second Season (DVD)
Fighting for truth, justice and the last slice of pizza, these five superheroes are living proof that you're never too young to save the planet. Protecting Earth and beyond, the Teen Titans live and operate from their T-shaped, high-tech headquarters. Using martial arts and cutting-edge gadgetry, the teens battle villains, giant monsters and alien invaders--and still find time to argue over who's going to do the dishes. As the hip teens try to find their place in the world, they must also cope with the tribulations of adolescence.]]>
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Now to rant on about Amazon's crappy Instant Video Service. First off I have a Kindle Fire HD 2nd Generation it only has 8 GB on it witch means by the time all the necessary stuff takes up it's room you only have about 4 GB left, it can't hold full seasons of a tv show. Sure make it a format that only kindles can play but at least let my copy my files onto my Wireless flash drive so I'm not consuming half of my memory space! If the kindles had a micro SD card port there wouldn't be any problem.
The four or so episodes centering around Terra are the best of the bunch, by the way, with the drama and danger continuously ratcheted up as the truth behind Terra is slowly but steadily revealed. There are particularly good action sequences in these episodes, too, as the animators take advantage of Terra's unique and very visual power to move- and ride on- land masses, boulders, and multi-ton swaths of dirt.
All thirteen episodes look and sound great on standard DVD, though there really isn't much in the extras department. "Teen Titans" continues to be perfectly fine for kids (the show's mostly geared to 'em, in fact) but sophisticated enough for adults to enjoy, too. I'm onboard for the third season.