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Teen Titans, Volume 2 - Switched (DC Comics Kids Collection)

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Teen Titans: Switched - Season 1 Vol. 2 (DVD)

Special Features

Interviews: "Puffy Ami Yumi"--Ultra hip pop female group Puffy Ami Yumi sing and interview regarding their hit Teen Titans theme song Other: Bonus "Toon Topia" webisodesInterviews: "Puffy Ami Yumi"--Ultra hip pop female group Puffy Ami Yumi sing and interview regarding their hit Teen Titans theme song Other: Bonus "Toon Topia" webisodesInterviews: "Puffy Ami Yumi"--Ultra hip pop female group Puffy Ami Yumi sing and interview regarding their hit Teen Titans theme song Other: Bonus "Toon Topia" webisodes

Product Details

  • Actors: Scott Menville, Greg Cipes, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, Hynden Walch
  • Producers: Bruce Timm, Glen Murakami
  • Format: Animated, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), French (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround), Spanish (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    NR
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  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: April 12, 2005
  • Run Time: 151 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0007QS310
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #146,486 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Teen Titans, Volume 2 - Switched (DC Comics Kids Collection)" on IMDb

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By Christopher P. Cecena on February 20, 2005
Format: DVD
Vol 2, Switched features the second half of the original season, and most of the episodes on this disk are classic.

Raven fans will want to check out Switched, in which Raven and Starfire switch bodies, while the other members have their minds trapped inside puppets. The girls must work together to save the boys despite being stuck in each other's form. Although both get equal screen time, Raven noticeably has a bit more importance in the episode. Props to both Hynden Walch and Tara Strong for delivering a great performance as Starfire and Raven, respectively.

Car Trouble has the return of annoying pest in Gizmo. In it, Cyborg builds a hi-tech car, but it winds up getting stolen by some thieves... then Gizmo steals it from them. Cyborg(with help from Raven) attempts to take it back. Raven also shows a slightly lighter and friendlier side in this episode. A cute show, especially if you're a fan of either character(me being a fan of both, I enjoyed it quite a bit).

Mad Mod has the Titans get captured by... Mad Mod. They wind up having to deal with his psycadelic "school" of death. The episode is pretty much an excuse to be crazy, and you'll either love or hate this one.

Deep Six has the Titans facing a new foe called trident. Due to his underwater abilities Beast Boy has to face him alone, but luckily, there's also underwater ally Aqualad to help. Shame I didn't care for this one. Beast Boy was just too much of a jerk, and Aqualad was boring.

The other 3 episodes, Masks, and Apprentice, pts. 1 and 2, deal with the main plotline of season 1: Robin vs. Slade.
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As a ninteen year old male, I'm probably among the lowest demographic who watches this show. Nonetheless, I can say this is one of the best animated series to be released in a long time. This DVD perfectly shows everything that Teen Titans is... the dark, the funny, the middle of the line, and the bad filler. I'm also happy to say that seven episodes are on this DVD, so you're not getting ripped off here (ahem, Trigun).

The pinnacle of this DVD is the last five episodes, which are simply among the best of the whole season. They showcase everything that makes TT so good. Let's get to it.

-Masks and Apprentice part 1/2 are the last three episodes of the main "Slade" story arc. These are absolutely excelent episodes, with some grade A dialogue, a interesting little story, and a REALLY strong depiction of something called OBSESSION. Robin really shows us what he's like, and the character development is top notch. Nice music and action too. This is the dark, and I love it.

-Mad Mod is totally silly. I can't say much about it, but there are tons of in-jokes to go around that might slip by you the first time. Anyways, it's one of the funnier things I've seen lately, and it's just so delightfully nonsensical. If you want mindless humor, this is it. Funny writing, once again. This is the funny, and I love it.

-Car Trouble and Switched are right between. They aren't silly, neither are they dark. It's just two well done episodes that make a point. They've got great writing, and some good character development. Sadly, the villans are awful, but they don't bring down the episodes too much. This is the middle of the line, and I like it.

-Deep six is awful. Not funny, not interesting, not making a good point.
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Teen Titans: Season One: Vol. 2 - "Switched" contains seven full episodes and a lot of extras. I only rate this DVD three stars because how much of Beast Boy's drool and Starfire's annoying chatter can you take? Beast Boy drools so much, especially in Episode Four, it will make you sick.

And since when did Starfire become superstrong? I thought she could fly and fire starbolts. Isn't that power enough?

Episode One - "Switched" - The boys are captivated with little marionette versions of themselves mysteriously received in the mail. Raven and Starfire have puppets too, but aren't as enthralled. While they sleep, the Puppetmaster puts his plan into gear. Robin, BeastBoy, and Cy's spirits are trapped in the marionettes, while the Puppetmaster controls their real bodies.

Only the girls are not trapped in the puppets - but they are trapped in each other's bodies. Two very different girls must race to understand each others powers - and each other - before the Puppetmaster's switcheroo spell becomes permanent.

Episode Two - "Deep Six": A new Titan is introduced: the dashing Aqualad. The egoistic sea dweller must work closely with a team - something he has never done before - to defeat the sea-villian Trident, who has stolen some toxic waste.

Episode Three - "Masks": Compelling episode with an unusual twist. Robin falls deeper and deeper into his obession with finding and unmasking the arch-villian Slade. All this while the team needs his help contending with a new bad guy named Red X.

Episode Four - "Mad Mod": Some editor was really missing his sixties days. The villian Mad Mod is one strange dude. Foiling the Titans turns him on. He thinks it's groovy to teach them a lesson to mind their own business.
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