Teen Titans

“Teen Titans: The Complete Series” DVD Package Art, Menu System

The World’s Finest has a look at the package art and menu system for the recent Teen Titans: The Complete Series seven-disc DVD release from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment. The title is billed as repackage content by the studio, meaning no new content is added and includes the same video and audio transfer quality as previous home video releases. Teen Titans: The Complete Series, which hit shelves on October 9, 2018, collects all the episodes and bonus content from the individual season releases and spreads it all out over seven DVD discs. Click on the thumbnails below for a closer look at the set, which also includes screengrabs from the select episodes.

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Disc One

Disc Two

Disc Three

Disc Four

Disc Five

Disc Six

Disc Seven

Warner Bros. Home Entertainment describes the set as follows:

Fighting for truth, justice and the last slice of pizza, these five superheroes are living proof that you’re never too young to save the planet. Using martial arts and cutting-edge gadgetry, the teens battle villains, giant monsters and alien invaders. As the hip teens try to find their place in the world, they must also cope with the tribulations of adolescence

Teen Titans: The Complete Series, which collects all the episodes and bonus content from previous DVD releases – including audio and video transfer quality – in one seven-disc DVD set, is now available through traditional and digital retail outlets. Stay tuned for further updates on Teen Titans, and much more, right here at The World’s Finest.

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Also of note, Warner Archive released the first season of Teen Titans to Blu-ray in January 2018. To check out The World’s Finest review of Teen Titans: The Complete First Season, click here.

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The World’s Finest Reviews “Teen Titans: The Complete First Season,” “Static Shock: The Complete Third Season”

Warner Archive has recently provided The World’s Finest with copies of Teen Titans: The Complete First Season on Blu-ray and Static Shock: The Complete Third Season on DVD to review. For fans of DC Comics and great cartoons, these two titles are well worth picking up. For complete reviews on both titles, click on the appropriate cover art below. Both Teen Titans: The Complete First Season and Static Shock: The Complete Third Season are available to own from Warner Archive, and can be purchased through WBShop.com and other select retailers. Click on the cover artwork images below to check out the reviews.

Teen Titans Static Shock

Warner Archive describes the two releases as follows:

Teen Titans: The Complete First Season Blu-ray
With awesome super skills and powers galore, these crime-fighting partners kick butt and squash evil like nobody’s business! But as roommates in Titans Tower, it’s every hero for him/herself when it comes to living in peace. Not even super heroes can settle fights over who’s in control of the TV remote. In these 13 action-packed adventures, the Titans face all your favorite villains – Mad Mod, The Puppet King, Killer Moth and, of course, their arch-nemesis Slade – in one power-packing showdown after another. Some battles even pit the Titans against each other. Featuring bold animation, funky music and fun characters, this complete Season One from the hit TV series is an intergalactic knockout.

Static Shock: The Complete Third Season DVD
Static Shock‘s third season arrives dynamically double-charged as a new hero joins Static in his fight to protect Dakota, while the rookie hero demonstrates big-league-level experience. Virgil’s journey to the hero elites begins with a Bat-bang as Static travels to Gotham City in pursuit of a Bang Baby that’s fallen in with some seductively sinister “big sisters” – the Gotham City sirens Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. But a Batman (and Alfred) assist is waiting in the wings. Then, Richie’s knack for invention is revealed to be a Bang Baby by-product, and Richie becomes the high-tech hero Gear. But that’s just the start to a season that sees Static in Africa alongside African super hero Anansi, plus our hero battling Brainiac alongside the Justice League and tackling Toyman with Big Blue himself, Superman. The season’s end sees Static shaken to the core as he travels to the recent past to revisit the night he lost his mother.

Stay tuned for further updates – including new reviews, coverage and exclusive content – right here at The World’s Finest. To discuss the releases listed above, click on the forum links below to share your thoughts.

Teen Titans: The Complete First Season Blu-ray Talkback (Spoilers)
Static Shock: The Complete Third Season DVD Talkback

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“Teen Titans: The Complete First Season” Blu-ray Release Set For January 23, 2018

Warner Archive and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment state customers can currently pre-order the Teen Titans: The Complete First Season Blu-ray title, set for release on January 23, 2018. The title is currently available to order directly through Warner Archive, the DC Comics licensed shop and select digital outlets. Official press details are below, with additional information following.

WARNER ARCHIVE COLLECTION CONTINUES
COMMITMENT TO SUPER HEROES ON BLU-RAY
TEEN TITANS: THE COMPLETE FIRST SEASON
PRE-ORDER NOW FOR JANUARY 23, 2018 AVAILABILITY

Teenage super heroes never looked so good as Warner Archive Collection brings another favorite from the Warner Bros. Animation canon to Blu-ray with the January 23, 2018 release of Teen Titans: The Complete First Season. Pre-orders are now available via wbshop.com and your favorite online retailers.

Teen TitansWith awesome super skills and powers galore, these crime-fighting partners kick butt and squash evil like nobody’s business! But as roommates in Titans Tower, it’s every hero for him/herself when it comes to living in peace. Not even super heroes can settle fights over who’s in control of the TV remote.

In these 13 action-packed adventures, the Titans face all your favorite villains – Mad Mod, The Puppet King, Killer Moth and, of course, their arch-nemesis Slade – in one power-packing showdown after another. Some battles even pit the Titans against each other. Featuring bold animation, funky music and fun characters, this complete Season One from the hit TV series is an intergalactic knockout.

The renowned Teen Titans core cast features Khary Payton (Cyborg), Tara Strong (Raven), Scott Menville (Robin), Greg Cipes (Beast Boy) and Hynden Walch (Starfire).

Guest voices line up like a Murderer’s Row of celebrity actors, led by the ever-present Ron Perlman as Slade. Also featured in Teen Titans: The Complete First Season are Malcolm McDowell (Mad Mod), Clancy Brown (Trident), Wil Wheaton (Aqualad), Dave Coulier (Captain, Tramm), James Arnold Taylor (Overload, Cash), Kevin Michael Richardson (Mammoth), Rino Romano (Kai), David Sobolov (Cron), Dee Bradley Baker (Cinderblock, Plasmus), S. Scott Bullock (Thunder), Quinton Flynn (Lightning), Tom Kenny (Mumbo, Fixit), Roger Bumpass (Dr. Light), Keith Szarabajka (Trigon), Tracey Walter (Puppet King) and Lauren Tom (Gizmo).

Produced by Glen Murakami, Teen Titans: The Complete First Season features direction by Michael Chang, Alex Soto and Ciro Nieli, and scripts from Rob Hoegee, Amy Wolfram, David Slack, Adam Beechen, Greg Klein, Tom Pugsley, Rick Copp and Teen Titans guru himself, Marv Wolfman. Executive Producers are Sam Register and Sander Schwartz. Associate producer is Kimberly Smith. Producers are Bruce Timm and Linda Steiner.

Episodes on Teen Titans: The Complete First Season are:

Final Exam
Sisters
Divide and Conquer
Forces of Nature
The Sum of His Parts
Nevermore
Switched
Deep Six
Masks
Mad Mod
Car Trouble
Apprentice: Part 1
Apprentice: Part 2

Warner Archive Collection (WAC) continues to serve as host to some of the most beloved films, television series and animated entertainment in history – and many are now available on Blu-ray. WAC’s canon runs the gamut from restored and remastered Blu-ray classics such as The Americanization of Emily, The Big Sleep, The Great Race, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, Victor/Victoria and Yankee Doodle Dandy to adored TV offerings such as Longmire (on Blu-ray), Alice and Family Matters (on DVD) to feature-length animated films, including the recent Blu-ray release of Batman: Mask of the Phantasm, to animated TV series headed by recent Blu-ray releases such as Justice League Unlimited, Young Justice and a wealth of classic animated series on DVD including dozens of Hanna-Barbera classics. WAC offerings can be found via wb.com/warnerarchive and your favorite online retailer.

Warner Archive has also provide the following details concerning the Teen Titans: The Complete First Season Blu-ray release.

Teen Titans: The Complete First Season
Running Time: 282 minutes
DTS HD-Master Audio 2.0 Stereo – English
Subtitles – English SDH
Original Aspect Ratio – 1.78:1, 16×9 widescreen

Special Features: Featurettes: “Finding Their Voices”, Toon Topia Bonus Cartoons (The Hiros Episodes 1 and 2), “Comic Creations”, “Puffy Ami Yumi Featurette”, Puffy Ami Yumi Music Video, Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi Sneak Peek.

Teen Titans: The Complete First Season, coming from Warner Archive and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, will be available starting January 23, 2018, with pre-order available now. Stay tuned for further updates on this release, as well as other titles from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and Warner Archive, in the coming weeks here at The World’s Finest.

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A Message From The World’s Finest

First off, apologies for the rather bland subject line up there. It comes off more ominous than it should. Sorry about that! Anyways…

With 2014 now done and over with, the last news story from The World’s Finest has officially been posted up. As I mentioned on this site a year ago, it’s time to ease back on the overall workload of this site, and that starts with wrapping up the daily news post for the foreseeable future. Thousands and thousands of news posts, including three straight years of news posts at least five days a week, without a single weekday missed. And, with 2015 now here, that ends as The World’s Finest will return to its roots as an unbeatable resource for fans. An archive of content, a collection of materials covering a host of different shows and movies, a wealth of information – call it what you will, but The World’s Finest will be embracing that once again.

What does that all encompass? Well, don’t get alarmed … it’s all good! As the site shifts into a content destination, certain aspects of the site will stop while an emphasis will be placed on others. Daily news posts will cease, as I said, and no new subsites will be added to the site as of this time. Does that mean the end of updates and new material? No – there will always be new content added here, but the site will now just be easier for me to manage.

Site updates will continue going forward, reviews will still be posted, more content will be added (images, behind-the-scenes material, etc.), along with the odd interview. However, now, the site updates will now fall more onto the resource side of things. As I said, there will be no new additional subsites added to The World’s Finest going forward, with the possible exception of smaller pages dedicated to installments of the ongoing DC Universe Animated Original Movie line. Assorted DVD, Blu-ray, and other media releases will also still be covered. A new Batman: The Brave and The Bold Blu-ray? We’ll cover and review it – 100%. New soundtrack release? We’re on it – count on it. The only thing really changing is the end of daily news posts (which, honestly, it didn’t seem like a lot of people noticed anyway, given how so many stories broken here went unnoticed or stolen over the years).

A lot of factors played a role in this decision. For one, this site is too unwieldy for one person to handle. I cover about 95% of the work on the site, the forums and social media outlets. This includes emails, press work, reviews, finding reviewers and content, all of that. I spend many hours a day working on this site, volunteering countless hours. Juggling that with a regular job, a family, etc., and, well, something has to give. I have more responsibilities than ever before and there are just not enough hours in the day. But I can’t just abandon the site – no way. Given how long I’ve been working on this site, from its first iteration back in 1997, and how attached I am to it, I opted not to pass the torch. I did ask for help, more than a few times, but no one came to bat. So, I opted to scale the site responsibilities down to its skeleton in order to keep it going. I am expecting to reduce my presence and update rate overtime, though. The forum duties will be passed over to someone else entirely, for example. Still, with this, I’m able to balance my workload easier, have a bit of a better life, and explore other options.

This site is not going away. It’s not going anywhere. It’s going to stay right here. There’s no way I could let it go, anyways. All the content that you see here is not budging an inch. The only thing really changing is the removal of daily news updates and an easing back on the frequency of updates. This site will always be here for you to access and explore. In fact, to this day, there are some nifty secrets still not uncovered here on the site, which tells me there’s plenty for all of you still to explore.

For those worried, this isn’t the end. All you need to do is keep an eye on the “Site Updates” section to see that. Over the next few days, you’ll see the main page here change a little. The news will be replaced with links to the major site sections here, and the daily news shuffled off into an archive (where it will be readily accessible to look through). All portions of this site, I think, will be more easily accessible for those wanting to look around and just see what we have to offer. This site is the biggest DC Comics-animation (and Batman animation) site out there to this day, and I doubt that’ll change, even with the evolving trends of internet culture. But hey, no matter how much all of that changes, The World’s Finest will always be right here.

If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to drop a line. The social media portals for The World’s Finest will remain up until I decide what to do with them. I can be easily reached there, or through the contact links scattered throughout the site here. If all that fails, just catch me on the forums.

I’d like to express a quick “thanks” to all the folks who have helped me over the years. Zach, Ian, James, Barry, Eileen, Brian, Michael and a wealth of other people I can’t thank enough. This seems like a nice moment to tip my hat to them as I follow the site through a few minor changes and lifts. For your daily news fix, which plenty of you are clearly already getting elsewhere, I suggest you keep it tuned to Toonzone and DCAU Resource. The forums right here are also a good spot for any developments or concerns, as well. I may post the odd piece up from time to time there.

And that’s all from me for now, folks. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to ask. Don’t hesitate. That’s what I’m here for. Thanks!

-James

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