Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Titans: The Complete Second Season on Blu-ray and DVD March 3, 2020.
“Titans,” a live-action adaptation of the Teen Titans comic books, is one of the flagship series of the DC Universe subscription streaming service. The set includes all 13 episodes from the first season plus the featurette “Jason Todd: Fate by the Fans.”
The show follows a group of young superheroes from DC Comics as they come of age and find a sense of belonging with each other while battling villains and demonic forces.
In the second season, the Titans are joined by new members as they deal with the arrival of the assassin Deathstroke, as well as their own personal demons.
“Titans” stars Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson, Anna Diop as Starfire, Teagan Croft as Raven, Ryan Potter as Beast Boy, Minka Kelly as Dove, Alan Ritchson as Hawk, Curran Walters as Jason Todd/Robin, Conor Leslie as Donna Troy/Wondergirl, Joshua Orpin as Conner Kent, Chelsea Zhang as Ravager, and Esai Morales as Slade Wilson/Deathstroke.
The finale of the second season will be released on the DC Universe streaming service Nov. 29, and the third season will premiere on the service in Fall 2020.
Warner Archive Collection will release the Teen Titans: The Complete Series on Blu-ray Disc Dec. 3.
The animated “Teen Titans” ran for five seasons from 2003 to 2006. All 65 episodes are include on the six-disc Blu-ray, as well as the spinoff film Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo.
Extras include “The Lost Episode” bonus episode, and the featurettes “Finding Their Voices,” “Comic Creations: From Comic Book to Cartoon”, “Puffy AmiYumi,” “Catching Up With … Teen Titans,” “Teen Titans: Know Your Foes” and “Teen Titans: Friends and Foes.”
All the seasons and the movie will also be available individually on Blu-ray. Previously, only the first season had been released on Blu-ray.
Developed by producer Glen Murakami and executive producer Sam Register, and based on DC Comics’ young super hero team, “Teen Titans” features the voices of Greg Cipes as Beast Boy, Scott Menville as Robin, Khary Payton as Cyborg, Tara Strong as Raven, Hynden Walch as Starfire, Kevin Michael Richardson as Trigon/Hexagon, Ron Perlman as Slade, Ashley Johnson as Terra, Lauren Tom as Gizmo, Wil Wheaton as Aqualad, Dee Bradley Baker as Cinderblock, T’Keyeh Crystal Keymah as Bumblebee, Keith David as Atlas, John DiMaggio as Brother Blood, Michael Rosenbaum as Kid Flash, Malcolm McDowell as Mad Mod, Henry Rollins as Johnny Rancid, Clancy Brown as Trident, Judge Reinhold as Negative Man, Dave Coulier as Tramm, Billie Hayes as Mother Mae-Eye, Virginia Madsen as Arella, Thomas Haden Church as Killer Moth, and Michael Clarke Duncan as Krall.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will release Young Justice: Outsiders, the third season of the “Young Justice” franchise, digitally Sept. 24, and on DVD Nov. 26. Warner Archive will release the season on Blu-ray Nov. 26 as well.
The first two seasons of “Young Justice” aired from 2010 to 2012 on Cartoon Network before the show was revived in 2019 on the DC Universe streaming service. The animated series has also been renewed for a fourth season.
The series follows the lives of teenage superheroes and sidekicks who operated as younger counterparts of the Justice League.
With the young heroes of the series having survived the schemes of the Light and saved the Earth from the Reach Invasion, the third season finds them dealing with a scheme to kidnap teens and transform them into superpowered weapons. Meta-Human trafficking is a terrifying threat to a society caught in the crossfire of a genetic arms race spanning the globe and the galaxy. Now Nightwing, Superboy, Miss Martian, Tigress, Aqualad and Black Lightning will need help from a new group of young heroes to save the world from the war games of supervillains controlling the system from the inside.
The voice cast includes Troy Baker, Danica McKellar, Crispin Freeman, Khary Payton, Nolan North, Stephanie Lemelin, Jesse McCartney, Jason Marsden, Bruce Greenwood, Mae Whitman, Grey Griffin, Vanessa Marshall, Maggie Q, Alyson Stoner, Zehra Fazal, Yuri Lowenthal, Jason Spisak, Josh Keaton, Kelly Hu and Greg Cipes, plus guest appearances by Alan Tudyk, Lacey Chabert, Bill Fagerbakke, Oded Fehr, Daniela Bobadilla, Chad Lowe, Jacqueline Obradors, Keone Young, Dwight Shultz, Mirina Sirtis, Deborah Strang, Gwendoline Yeo and Danny Trejo; and topnotch voice actors Scott Menville, Tara Strong, Hynden Walch, Diane Delano, Dee Bradley Baker, Jeff Bennett, Roger Craig Smith, Fred Tatasciore, David Sobolov, Kath Soucie, James Arnold Taylor, Kevin Michael Richardson and Steve Blum.
Young Justice: Outsiders — The Complete Third Season includes all 26 episodes.
It’s a clash between the OG and new superheros in the new animated movie Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans, available on digital Sept. 24, and Blu-ray combo pack and DVD Oct. 15 from Warner Bros. Home Entertainment
The movie had its world premiere July 21 during San Diego Comic-Con International, attended by cast and creators.
The direct-to-video movie is a clash of two superhero universes, pairing the modern-day Teen Titans from the current ‘Go!’ series with their 2003 counterparts from the original in a fight to foil Trigon, Hexago and even Santa Clause to save the multiverse.
“It’s really fun, and fans of the new one will be happy because there are so many funny moments. It’s so comedic. Fans of the original will be happy, too, because the stakes are very high, the danger’s very real, the acting is very authentic,” said voice actress Tara Strong, who plays both versions of Raven. “It’s the perfect dichotomy and both fandoms really get to come together and appreciate each other, and then of course there’s this multiverse of Teen Titans that you never knew.”
In a way, the movie allows the two fandoms to air their differences, filmmakers said.
“If you’re a fan of the original I feel like the original Titans in this movie are speaking for you because you are seeing the ‘Go’ Titans through their eyes,” said producer/director Jeff Mednikow.
Voiceover stars had to play both the new and old versions of their characters, sometimes having conversations with themselves.
“I think the ones that are furthest apart are probably Robin and Robin,” said co-writer Jeremy Adams.
“I think the new Robin tests the original Robin’s patience,” said Scott Menville, who plays both.
The two Trigons were the “most fun” villains to play against each other, said co-screenwriter Marly Halpern-Graser.
“Switching between Cyborgs is like me with a lot of caffeine versus maybe just a half a cup,” said Khary Payton, who plays both Titans.
“The original Beast Boy is more like a dog, and ‘Teen Titans Go!’ Beast Boy is more like a hyena,” said Greg Cipes (Beast Boy), who brought his canine friend to the screening to emphasize the point.
The cast members are close and have a rapport that informs the project.
“They just know what they’re doing,” said co-writer Adams. “They know it so well.”
“They know these characters better than I ever could,” added co-writer Halpern-Graser.
News of the comeback of the Titans for “Go!” was the “best phone call I’ve ever gotten,” said Hynden Walch, who plays both Starfires.
“We play off of each other a lot,” Walch said, noting that sometimes the script will say “Titans argue” and the actors will improvise.
“We really vibe off of each other a lot,” Payton added, joking that his ad libbing didn’t work as well for his role in “The Walking Dead” and producers asked, “Khari, could you please just stick to the script?”
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment will make Titans: The Complete First Season available for digital purchase March 21. A Blu-ray and DVD release are being planned for a later date.
“Titans,” a live-action adaptation of the Teen Titans comic books, is one of the flagship series of the DC Universe subscription streaming service. The season includes 11 episodes and more than 40 minutes of extras.
The show follows a group of young superheroes from DC Comics as they come of age and find a sense of belonging with each other while battling villains and demonic forces. The season also includes a crossover episode with another DC Universe series, “Doom Patrol.”
The digital release of Titans: The Complete First Season will include 1080p full HD video with English 5.1 DTS-HD master audio. In addition to featuring all 11 episodes in high-definition, the bundle includes over.