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Teen Titans Go!: Appetite For Disruption - Season Two, Part One (2014/DC Comics/Warner DVD Set)

Picture: B Sound: B Extras: D Main Program: C

Never Fright Crime On An Empty Stomach!

Getting kids familiar with second tier characters in the DC Universe comes easy with Teen Titans Go! - a cartoon similar to Dexter's Laboratory only with bright flashy colors that may give an older viewer a stroke. This two-disc DVD set comes packed with 26 episodes from the series' Second Season that is full of humor and crime fighting but is light on the extras.

The show features such characters as Robin, Starfire, Cyborg, Raven, and Beast Boy as the lead protagonists in the latest of many line ups of the team since the 1960s. The show's premise is that the Teen Titans, when not saving the world and when living together as teenagers without adult supervision. The Teen Titans must deal with situations such as teenage pranks, reaching a whole new level, having to retake a driver's test after wrecking the Batmobile, taking part in dodgeball tournaments, fighting each other, and other antics. Some are calling this a spoof of the show and franchise versus the original versions, which has some degree of validity.

Episodes include Mr. Butt, Man Person, Pirates, Money Grandma, I See You, Brian, Nature, Salty Codgers, Knowledge, Slumber Party, Love Monsters, Baby Hands, and Caramel Apples on Disc One.

Disc Two features Sandwich Thief, Friendship, Vegetables, The Mask, Serious Business, Halloween, Boys Vs Girls, Body Adventure, Road Trip, Thanksgiving, The Best Robin, Mouth Hole, and Hot Garbage.

Picture and sound presentation on the disc are for a high standard for DVD with a standard definition transfer in 16 X 9/1.78 X 1 framing and a lossy Dolby Digital 5.1 track. Total run time is 286 minutes in all for both discs. No extras.

All in all, I would recommend this only to kids and not hardcore more adult DC fans.

- James Harland Lockhart V



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