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The Teen Titans Return in Our First Look at Their Shorts From the Upcoming DC Nation Hour

And Fansplosions Abound

Teen Titans, in its very popular run of five seasons, began as a show intended for the young audience that might be interested in DC superheroes, and in that respect its cartoony tone and frequent diversions into anime style chibis grabbed a lot of attention. The show remained a hit, however, by doing what most kids shows with broad appeal do: treating its characters like three-dimensional objects and slowly deepening their development and the seriousness of the situations they were in.

Which is all a round about way of saying that we’re sure a lot of people are really excited to see that interpretation of the characters back for the DC Nation programming block premiering on Cartoon Network in March. Enjoy!

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