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Cartoon Network’s ‘Teen Titans’ Reunite for New Animated Shorts [Video]

Cartoon Network’s anime-flavored Teen Titans series is set for a semi-return this spring in the form of shorts shown during of the DC Nation program block. It’s not exactly a “true” fourth season of the show (which ran from 2003-2006) and it’s done 100 percent chibi-style, but by reuniting the show’s original voice cast, the New Teen Titans shorts seem to have their hearts and giant heads in the right place. In IGN’s new preview, the Titans attend a 3D film that bears a few similarities to James Cameron’s Avatar. While the team debates the pros and cons of the 3D viewing experience, a certain villain cosplaying as a Na’vi-like creature lays in wait, plotting to ruin the show. See what you think of the New Teen Titans animated short preview after the cut.

[Via IGN]

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