Teen Titans - Season 1

Teen Titans - Season 1

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Teen Titans - Season 1

Youthful superheroes Robin the Boy Wonder, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Raven and Starfire battle a vast array of costumed villains--not to mention their own raging hormones, petty jealousies, and deep-set insecurities--in Season One of the animated Teen Titans. Thirteen episodes are dished up this season. In the opener, the Titans are attacked by graduates of the H.I.V.E. Academy, minions all of the mysterious Slade Williams. Then, Starfire is locked into a fierce sibling rivalry with her mercurial sister Blackfire. In the next episode, an effort to wipe out the villainous Cinderblock comes acropper because the Titans can't get along together. And there's more. Practical joker Beast Boy gets a dose of his own medicine just in time to reign in a destructive fraternal pair called Thunder and Lightning. The half-robotic Cyborg suffers a power failure in the middle of a pitched battle with the Amazing Mumbo. An enchanted mirror enables the Titans to literally find out what's on the apparently schizoid Raven's mind. The feud between Starfire and Raven has to be put on the back burner when the Titan males are "puppetized." Beast Boy shows off his morphing ability, only to be upstaged by former Teen Titan Aqualad (voiced by Wil Wheaton). Robin zeroes in on the mysterious Slade when the latter steals a valuable computer chip, virtually ignoring another and possibly more serious threat. The "retro" villain Mad Mod kidnaps the Titans and subjects them to a bummer of a bad trip. And in a two-part episode, Robin agaonizes over the possibility that he may be no better than the villains he pursues. In the first-season finale, Cyborg creates his "dream" vehicle, the T-Car, only to have the vehicle fall into the wrong hands--several wrong hands, in fact!

Product Details

Release Date: 02/07/2006
UPC: 0012569747722
Original Release: 2003
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 4:46:00
Sales rank: 291

Special Features

Closed Caption; Finding their voices: The scret information behind the making of Teen Titans; Toon Tipia bonus cartooons: The Hiros episode 1 and 2; Comic creations: From comeic book to cartoon; Puffy Ami Yumi featurette: The ultra-hip female group performs and talks about its hit Teen Titans theme song; Puffy Ami Yumi music video sneak peek at Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi tv show

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Teen Titans - Season 1 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have loved Teen Titans forever! And as much as I want to keep them all to myself, ;), watch them! They are awesome!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Teen Titans rule! The season is off to a good start. A lot of people "and teens, belive it or not" think they are very childish, but if they ever actuly watched them I know they'd be hooked just like the rest of us cartoon lovers! Raven is my favorite character because she is... complicated, and that makes you want to figure out more about her "and she's pretty". So to all you people out there who don't watch cartoons, make an acception and watch the Teen Titans. I promise you won't be disapointed!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Season One of Teen Titans was a great start to a fun series. They pulled off humor and drama very well in a way that the kids will enjoy but which is still smart enough for an adult to watch without feeling foolish. The First episode is a little shakey, basically the animation is a little too stretchy in it, and the story is simple and not fully explained, though it sets up the main villain nicely. (We don't get a clear motive until the excellent season finale). The strongest part of S1 is the arc of the villian, voiced by Ron Pearlman, no less!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Teen Titans is one of the greatest action super hero cartoons I have ever viewed my eyes upon. I had my doubts considering my love for Batman and The Justice League, but it was rather not better or worse but created its own spawn of hero cartooning. It has a great mix of action, good storylines, and a good sense of humor. The mix of american and anime art create the perfect present day tv series. I totally recommend this series not just to kids but the entire family, or any SUPERHERO NERD like me! Youll for sure fall in love with one of the amazing characters. Hero wise, I love the dark yet complicated Raven, and for villians Jinx is one cool witch. five stars for sure!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I used to videotape the series from cartoon network, so I was happy when they finally started releasing the complete seasons on dvd. Season 1 was Awesome, although some people argue that the whole series is childish, I still enjoy it, And I'm 19! The only thing I didn't care for was how few bonus features the 2 disc set had. Other than that, It was Great! I would recommend this to anyone, Titans Fan, or Not!
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