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Teen Titans, Season 1TV-G

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Description

Fighting for truth, justice, and the last slice of pizza, these five teenage heroes are living proof that a hero is 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 teenagers try to find their place in the world, they must also cope with the tribulations of adolescence. Teen Titans fuses hip, anime-style visuals with awesome stunts and real "teen world" humor for an adventurous good time. As they survive surprising twists and turns, the teens never know who or what they may encounter, from dangerous villains to alternate dimensions and daring undercover missions. Watch for exciting guest appearances from popular DC Comic characters such as Speedy, Aqualad, Wildebeest, and Warp in Season 1.

Customer Reviews

Great way to introduce older comic characters to younger audience!

The debut of the New Teen Titans in cartoon form! Long time fans of the characters could finally see their heroes in action on the small screen. This show introduced the characters of Starfire, Raven, Cyborg, and Beast Boy to a younger audience. Robin/Dick Grayson, leader of both the Teen Titans, and The New Teen Titans, was of course the obvious choice to lead this cast of characters in the show. This season of Teen Titans had some magnificent episodes that really harkened back to the older comics. This set an atmosphere of the show where a parent could really enjoy watching this show with their child. Personally, one of my favorite episodes in the first season was Nevermore- a Raven centered episode where her anger got the best of her, unleashing her father, Trigon's, demonic powers. Using this episode as an example of what I'm talking about, to the kids, this episode watched like an exciting cartoon where teenaged superheroes got to beat up the baddie. To adults, this show reflected on how Raven brough the Titans together in the 80's comics to help her fight against her father, lest her emotions get the best of her and destroy them. Another little tidbit that older fans of the comic would notice is that in the episode Mad Mod, the main villain 'Mad Mod' was a harken back to the even older comics of the 60's! While kids could enjoy the silly looney British villain talking in a funny accent, adults could enjoy seeing an old time villain hit the TV screen for the first time in 40 years! Now besides the little treats that comic fans received in 'Teen Titans', as plentiful as they are, the show itself was really planned out great. The characters each built off of each other and created a team dynamic that showed true friends will always help each other out. The first few episodes are a really good example of this. In 'Sisters' Starfire, a happy go lucky Tamaranean, and Raven, the dark and mysterious half demon from Azarath, both learn more about each other, gaining new respect for their different personalities. In 'Divide and Conquer', Robin, newly appointed leader as opposed to sidekick, and Cyborg, headstrong and confident half human, half machine, reveal their tensions with each other as both have a strong attitude towards what they feel is right. Eventually, despite their fight, the two realize each other are valuable members, and more so, valuable friends. Now Beast Boy, the silly joke cracking changeling and ex-Doom Patrol member, get's his spotlight in 'Forces of Nature'. This episode shows how despite his goofy nature, he does have a level of maturity. Also, his relationship with Starfire is shown throughout this episode. Throughout season 1, character interactions are deeply developed and set a good relationship for the rest of their seasons. I definitely recommend this series to both fans of the comics, and children who have yet to be introduced to the Titans. Both age groups will be pleased that they can share something in common and have a wonderful time bonding over old characters renewed for the next generation!

Awsome but where is the rest

Hey iTunes when are you going to put the other seasons of Teen Titans on. I know the first season is great in all but where are the awsome second though fifth seasons

i cant believe it!

i cant believe they have this show!!! i used 2 luv watching this show but its not on tv anymore :'( best cartoon in the world!

Teen Titans, Season 1
View In iTunes $9.99
  • SD Version
  • Genre: Animation
  • Released: Aug 02, 2003
  • CCin English for some episodes

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