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  • Actors: Scott Menville, Hynden Walch, Khary Payton, Tara Strong, Greg Cipes
  • Directors: Ben Jones, Michael Chang, Matt Youngberg
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • Release Date: July 22 2008
  • Run Time: 299 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B0016PURB0
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #12,449 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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While I generally liked this season, I found it to be weaker of the five seasons. In part because I've always found the best episodes to be with the core characters and a lot of the episodes were not.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x99529c9c) out of 5 stars 101 reviews
39 of 42 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x995aca50) out of 5 stars Strong Finish to a Great Series July 29 2008
By Darth Meds - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Teen Titans has always been a strong series. This fifth and final season is a particular favorite of mine in that it features the Doom Patrol and the Brotherhood of Evil (BoE is in a number of episodes throughout the season). Now, I was not a Doom Patrol fan prior. In fact, I've never even read a Doom Patrol comic. Regardless, I simply love the characterizations of the team in the show, especially Negative Man's deadpan delivery of his lines, as is so befitting his name.

Likewise, Brain having the Hawking'esque voice is beyond perfect. Here we have a brilliant and evil mind with no body to speak of that commands immeasurable power. I love the taunting coming from Brain sounding like a late 80's computer attempting to create speech. It has a menace to it that one wouldn't expect.

With the Brotherhood of Evil, and the Doom Patrol playing such a large roll in this season, the feel of the overall story arc feels a lot more Silver Age, DC Comics than the previous seasons, which for me is a good thing. While the Slade arcs are excellent, there is something I like about two super teams duking it out, 60's style. There's a grandness to that just feels, I don't know . . . heroic in that romantic, adventure movie kind of way.

There are some other really great episodes as well. In particular, I enjoyed "Go!," a prequel episode that details not only how Starfire came to Earth, but also how the Titans originally formed their team. It's great.

DC/Marvel has had an incredible run of quality animated hero shows, going all the way back to "Batman: the Animated Series" and this season of Teen Titans delivers as well. If your looking at a review for season five, I'm going to presume you've seen the show and like it, so I am probably preaching to the choir. It's great. You know it. What else is there to know?

BTW, why in the world doesn't every DVD box set/series in universe simply list the frickin' episodes in the description? It always falls to a reviewer to actually tell prospective buyers what the heck they are considering buying. Does this strike anyone else as a bit stupid?

To that end, here's a list of episodes contained within the series:

1. Homecoming Pt 1 (Intro the Doom Patrol and the Brotherhood of Evil)
2. Homecoming Pt 2
3. Trust
4. For Real
5. Snowblind
6. Kole
7. Hide and Seek
8. Lightspeed
9. Revved Up (This one seemed REALLY odd and jarringly outside the Titans Universe, but whatever)
10. Go!
11. Calling All Titans
12. Titans Together
13. Things Change
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x999d4390) out of 5 stars Calling All Titans Aug. 5 2008
By veja_1 - Published on Amazon.com
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it's the final season in the series, and they finished off great. i love the titans. BB is my favorite, and this one was pretty much chock-full of him, his origins, Terra's return and his reaction, him kicking Slade's butt alone, and a few other connected episodes where Beast Boy saved the day without the other (original) Titans around to help. of course it shows Starfire's origin, they all meet and the forming of the Titans, how Jinx (formerly of the H.I.V.E. FIVE) becomes an honorary Titan, and other little things...

...and they finished off strong, with virtually every villian any of the Titans have taken on coming after them all at once, taking the Titans (full and honorary) down one or two at a time. once again, BB came to the rescue, calling on the few remaining allies he had to help him launch a final attempt to save the others from their enemies. in the end, over 140 Titans stand against the remaining villians and come out on top. yay!!

so... basically, i was in cartoon heaven. now i'm just waiting to see exactly how they plan to bring the Judas Contract story arc of the Teen Titans to dvd. (Terra & Slade's story was already told, and if i remember correctly, that WAS the original Judas Contract in the comic books.) maybe (now that Terra and Slade are both back) the continuation of that story will pick up in the new movie (if they ever get around to doing it). either way, can't wait to find out.

Titans Go!
16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x995c1fe4) out of 5 stars A Great Finale For An Excellent Show July 8 2008
By Setaris - Published on Amazon.com
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This is the final season of the hit "Teen Titans" show and it certainly doesn't downgrade in quality, despite what some say. On the contrary, it's one of the best seasons in my opinion. The final season's episodes mostly focus on a single threat, the Brotherhood of Evil and their aim to eliminate all Titans globally. For once episodes not only follow the main Titans but also feature other Titans as well. It's a nice change once in awhile to follow other Titan's adventures besides the main group just for new perspectives offered by other heroes.

If you liked the previous seasons of Teen Titans, then definitely pick this up. You won't be disappointed, as it's on par with the other seasons.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x999709c0) out of 5 stars Teen Titans Season 5 Aug. 28 2008
By Pj Thorp - Published on Amazon.com
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A couple of years ago, I wrote to Warner Bros asking them to bring back the great quality of incidental music in their cartoons, quoting Batman TAS, Superman TAS as my favourite examples.
I think they listened. The first two episodes of this season "Homecoming Part 1 & 2" feature a fantastic score of dramatic music, which complements the guest characters: The Doom Patrol. The story shows Beast Boy's connection to his former team, and his divided loyalty between the Doom Patrol and the Titans.
Doom Patrol's enemies the Brotherhood of Evil (led by M'sieur Mallah & Madam Rouge) become the main focus of the Titans for the rest of the season, which sends them on a global quest to sign up honorary Titans galore.
In "Lightspeed", you'll see Kid Flash (voiced by Michael Rosenbaum, who voiced the adult future version of the character in Justice League/Unlimited as The Flash). Lots of other guest characters familiar to DC comics including Red Star (a retooled version of the Russian Starfire from Teen Titans original comic series #18).
This is the best season, and a great way to wrap up the series. Watch out for the surprising final episode, featuring the return of ... I won't spoil it.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x99974a38) out of 5 stars Final Season Pays Off Nov. 10 2008
By R. P. Glass - Published on Amazon.com
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The final season of the Teen Titans pays off the first four seasons by looking both back [Beast Boy's first team and how the Titans came together] and forward [will the Titans endure?]all while maintaining a season-long struggle with The Brotherhood of Evil. The interplay between the Titans stays strong. Two dead foes from the past appear to be back in the coda. The staid Raven comes out of her shell when she babysits three toddler superheroes and their invisible [imaginary?] friend. Dozens of heroes and villains duke it out in the final battle. This animated series amply carries on the decade-long quality tradition begun with The Animated Batman series and Superman the Animated series although less grim in tone and incorporating more anime emotive icons. If this is your first encounter with the Teen Titans,you will find the character-driven tales satisfying - you may even want to get the first four season [if you don't already have them]to enjoy how well the entire series holds together as a cohesive whole.