- Format: NTSC
- Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 7
- Studio: WarnerBrothers
- DVD Release Date: 2 Oct 2018
- Customer Reviews: 563 customer ratings
- ASIN: B07GJ2J9B4
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Teen Titans S:1-5 5pk
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The menu’s are a black screen with plain text font on the right hand side. The discs often share the end of one season and the beginning of another and the quality is bleh
A note on the quality: DVD’s used to be much higher resolution. You can compare The Matrix’s first DVD release to any disc from the last 8 years. Warner Bros, releasing this set at the same time as the Blu-Ray, compressed the hell out of the footage to try and boost Blu-Ray sales
What sets this set apart from the DCAU releases is that they DID include the original special features. That’s really nice to see. I had to return all my DCAU discs and track down the original releases because I couldn’t stand looking at the awful presentation
A note on presentation: the box is standard cardboard sleeve, quite thin and will damage easily (corners got scraped when removing it from the plastic packaging). The disc holders are so thin the discs are barely able to stay in place. I’m going to have to get another case for these.
Personal advice: buy the older releases. There’s a seller offering them for $55 at the moment (Feb 2020) and it’s probably worth the extra cost.
If you want to know whether you’re getting a good release of a WB/DC cartoon: check the logo. If it’s the modern DC logo with white text and a serif font, that’s a new release. If it’s the gaudy gradient infused one with the star from a few years back, the quality should be great
While ordering I decided to spend a little more, to buy from a company called RoundMediaUK spending a grand total of £54.62.
Having read many reviews from within the UK, I hoped this would be the best way to get a region 2 dvd. Hopefully setting myself up for sucess
I was pleasantly surprised to see that the package was wrapped up in plastic, so was very disappointed to open the case and for all the diss to fall out of their slots, as the box is broken. I can only assume that they were rattling around in there in transit as the discs are kind of scrated up.
Not to be dissuaded and hoping this would just be the price I'd paid for a European release I powered up the Xbox, and slid the first disc in. Only to be greeted by Xbox telling me that this was a region 1 disc
Ich liebe die Titans einfach.
Schade das sie nicht mehr ausgestrahlt werden.