Teen Titans, Volume 1 - Divide and Conquer (DC Comics Kids Collection)
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Turns out I had nothing to worry about. Teen Titans is the most original take on Superheros I've ever seen on television. Humor and coming of age angst is mixed with clever dialouge and decent animation (Though I preferred the orig. Animated Batman style). It's a toon I can watch with my kids (or even by myself) and thoroughly enjoy. Best of all, they include a little something for the adults watching as well. What do I mean? Something you hardly ever see in kids cartoons, character developement. Enjoy it while you can. Something this good hardly ever lasts. I took one star away for not being a complete season.
Divide and Conquer -- not a bad episode. It was funny, it was cute, and Plasmus was disgusting. Yet, the writers wanted so bad to make a good ending -- and to make one in twenty minutes, not more, so the ending pretty much ruins the episode. Cyborg pops out of nowhere and saves Robin? How did he even get there? How did he know where Robin was? How the heck did he catch Robin when the Bird-Boy was inches away from burning into ash in acid? Out of ten, this episode would be six and a half/seven.
Sisters -- one of my favorites. I love it to bits -- Blackfire is too cool, Starfire acts like a five-year-old, and like David Slack, I believe, said in an interview you can also find in this DVD: that episode reflects the life of completely normal teenagers, just with super powers, aliens, and whatnot. Sibling rivalry is the greatest, and is also perfectly normal.
Eight outta ten.
Final Exam -- I love that episode. The HIVE's agents kick ass. Especially the Titans'. I don't have much to say about this episode, it only disturbs me that Beast Boy and Raven looked all over Jump City and couldn't find Robin, and when they need him -- Poof, Robin pops out of nowhere -- yes, just like Cy in the Divide and Conquer. Seven and a half.
Forces of Nature -- God, that episode is so cliché. Teen Titans, even though a cartoon aimed for kids, is usually quite entertaining for older people is well. This episode was just boring. Thunder and Lightning are simply bad characters, that's all I have to say. BB's prank and his fight with Starfire I actually liked, but the rest of it... the horror! Five and a half out of ten.Read more ›
anyways, this is a fun series to watch! you will get excited to see the next episode! This is a fun,funny and great series! you will always care about the characters and have fun all the way!
the character designs are great! they look adorable (since the form is anime!) so get this! and it has like 6 episodes which is probably half of season 1! now thats a great deal!
and for an unrelated topic:starfire rocks!
The five characters of Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy, Cyborg and Robin are very loose adaptations of the comic book Teen Titans that I read in the early 1990's. In the comics, Raven and Starfire were bodacious babes, young women in their late 'teens. In the show, the girls are around fifteen and look it. In the comics there were many more characters and soap opera romances. Here, the five are friends, living platonically in the Titans Tower. There is a hint of budding romance between Starfire and Robin, a nod to the comics when Robin became Nightwing, had a long and torrid relationship with Starfire, and married her.
I hope in future episodes we will see more characters from the comic book - especially Wondergirl.
The DVD extras include the producer, writer, and director talking in depth about how they created the series, a Puffy Ami Yumi video, a "find the remote game," and "sneak peeks." You know, I never could find that remote!
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Good to show my son the difference between teen titans coming on cartoon network currently. He thinks the graphics are cooler lol.Published 5 months ago by Malikah Joseph
My son is loving this DVD he loves teen titains he would site for hrs if we let him.Thank youPublished on May 4, 2014 by Desiree cockrum
All the episodes that started it all, just watching them again makes my memory water. I have been looking for this first one for quite some time and I am very happy to have found... Read morePublished on March 2, 2014 by Gwenn
the teen titans are on dvd as of september 28, 2004 in a warner video and dc comics kids onlyPublished on June 19, 2013 by BEN¼
OK, I was surprised to read such negativity in some of the reviews. Our family has been watching Teen Titans on Cartoon Network for a while. Read morePublished on February 27, 2006 by Lisa M. Sides
I normally don't write reviews on items so trust me if I take the time to write about how absolutely bad this DVD is it means something. Read morePublished on January 11, 2006 by R. M. W.
This show joins the long list of comic cartoon abominations. And it's done in anime. Maybe someday they'll do a Teen Titans: The Animated Series.Published on November 4, 2005 by C. Holloway
In honesty, I never really liked Teen Titans (or Young Justice, although issue #1 was funny) old or the versions of the 1990s and 2003 era. Whatever. Read morePublished on October 8, 2005 by P. Hardy
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