Soundtrack[ edit ] The series is known for featuring both an English  and Japanese  version of its title theme song, created by Andy Sturmer and performed by the Japanese band Puffy AmiYumi. The title theme used in the regions where the show was broadast varied; some would play only one version, while Japan - and the English language video editions - would use both, according to the respective episode's plot theme: The English lyrics for more serious stories, the Japanese version for more comedic tones. Several days after this initial posting, word came that Cartoon Network had officially terminated the show. Feature Animation executives who made the decision not to renew the series based on its sixth season pitch.
‘Teen Titans Go! to the Movies’ Coming to Blu-ray and DVD
January 15, Format: Blu-rayVerified Purchase The Teen Titans cartoon had a rocky start with the fandom, as it was criticized for having an animesque visual style, dumbed-down storylines and relying too much on humor as opposed to the rest of the then-current DCAU, but later amassed a huge fandom who still appreciated the show for what it was, to the point where these particular versions of these characters became iconic. Fast forward a few years later and history seems to repeat itself. I haven't really watched the show this movie is based on. I watched an episode or two and was turned off by the excess of silly humor and lack of actual heroics.
Teen Titans was produced by Warner Bros. Animation under the guidance of Emmy Award-winner Glen Murakami. The series ran for 65 episodes from A quick reference guide to all five seasons and all 65 episodes. Watch as the Titans face all your favorite villains — Mad Mod, The Puppet King, Killer Moth and of course their arch-nemesis Slade — in one power-packed showdown after another!