Blu-Ray/DVD Review: Teen Titans: The Complete First Season (Warner)

I have not seen any of the Teen Titans Go series because I feel that it is not like the source animated series, with that said I love this series. […]

I have not seen any of the Teen Titans Go series because I feel that it is not like the source animated series, with that said I love this series. I love to action, the art styles and the fun of Teen Titans. Yes, it’s different from the comics but different enough to be good.

The seasons are as I remembered them, fun, funny and quirky. I love each and every episode of the teen titans. My favorite episode would be a tie between Nevermore, Deep Six and Mask. Nevermore because it’s a Raven episode, Deep Six is an Aqualad episode (when I was younger I loved the character) and Mask which dealt with Robin and Slade.

The Extras in this Blu-ray was awesome I love each one. Finding their voices was how each teen titans got the part (and seeing them voice the character in person was so cool), Comic Creations was about how Teen Titans started from comics and ended up on the small screen. The Puffy Ami Yumi featurette where robin interviews the duo about their song and what their thought about each of the teen titans, Puffy Ami Yumi Music video, a sneak peek at Puffy Ami Yumi cartoon and TOON TOPIA bonus cartoon called the Hiros episode 1 & 2 (it really wasn’t my type of show).

I really like everything about this Blu-ray from the extras to seeing the old teen titans episodes was great and seeing it crystal clear on Blu-ray was awesome.

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