TITAN MAXIMUM Season 1 DVD Contest

Titan Maximum DVD

Seat42f and The Cartoon Network have teamed up to give 3 lucky winners a copy of TITAN MAXIMUM SEASON 1 on DVD. For a chance to win leave a comment below telling us why you want to add TITAN MAXIMUM SEASON 1 to your DVD collection. Only one entry per person. Contest ends August 10th. Winners will be notified on August 11th via email so make sure to use a valid email address when you post your comment.

DVD Release Date: August 10th, 2010

This August, Cartoon Network Enterprises, the licensing and merchandising arm of Adult Swim, gets ready to punch the F#@$ out of an all-new DVD release, Titan Maximum Season 1.  Created by Robot Chicken executive producer/co-creator/writer/director Matthew Senreich and Robot Chicken co-executive producer/head writer/director Tom Root, the stop-motion animated series takes the viewers on a 1980s-inspired cosmic odyssey. Set 100 years into the future, our solar system is protected by Titan Force Five, an elite – and highly incompetent – squadron of crack pilots whose spaceships combine to form the giant robot Titan Maximum. After years of peace, the inactive team must hastily reassemble to square off against the biggest threat humanity has ever faced.  Robot Chicken executive producer/ co-creator/writer/director Seth Green serves as the show’s executive producer along with Senreich and Root, and also voices the show’s villain, Gibbs.  Additionally, Robot Chicken veterans Breckin Meyer, Rachael Leigh Cook,  Dan Milano, Eden Espinosa and Billy Dee Williams serve as voice actors for the series. Titan Maximum Season 1 will be available on August 10, 2010, for the suggested retail price of $19.97.

In addition to featuring all nine episodes from the series’ first season, the Titan Maximum Season 1 DVD contains an hour of captivating bonus features including:
•    Anatomy of a Sequence
•    Behind the Scenes
•    Commentaries
•    Crew Mugshots
•    Deleted Animatics
•    Design Showcase
•    Pop-up Trivia
•    Table Read
•    Trailers