Two hit Cartoon Network shows are set to crossover, according to a press release from WarnerMedia’s Kids & Family division. The Teen Titans Go! is about to collide with another DC Comics animated property, DC super hero girlsin the next home version The Teen Titans Go! & DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem in the Multiverse. The crossover is set to be released on Blu-ray and DVD (as well as digitally) on May 24. However, Cartoon Network viewers can tune in on May 28 to see it on their TV. Additionally, an HBO Max air date is set for June 28.
The film will see the two shows’ universes intersect to stop a Justice League-level threat: the Legion of Doom. The official synopsis reads, “With the help of an ancient Kryptonian power, Lex Luthor unites the world’s super-villains to capture all of Earth’s superheroes, until…he… Only the DC Super Hero Girls are left to stop the Legion of Doom.Our heroes must traverse dimensions to rescue their fellow superheroes from the Phantom Zone, but a chance wrong turn leads them to Titans Tower – where they find much-needed allies in Teen Titans. Young superheroes find their combined strength – and the usual comic relief – are essential to saving the day in this blockbuster event!”
The release, which comes as Cartoon Network is renewed The Teen Titans Go! for Season 8, DC animated adaptation veteran Matt Peters is co-directing alongside Katie Rice, known for her work on Hulu’s Animaniacs. Jase Ricci, writer/producer of DC Super Hero Girls, wrote the screenplay. Its cast includes Kimberly Brooks, Greg Cipes, Keith Ferguson, Will Friedle, Gray Griffin, Phil LaMarr, Scott Menville, Max Mittleman, Jessica McKenna, Khary Payton, Alexander Polinsky, Missi Pyle, Tara Strong, Nicole Sullivan, Cree Summer, Fred Tatasciore , Myrna Velasco, Kari Wahlgren and Hynden Walch.
The physical liberation of The Teen Titans Go! & DC Super Hero Girls: Mayhem in the Multiverse will come with three TV episodes included as special features. These selections are DC super hero girls Season 2 episode “#SmallVictory” and two The Teen Titans Go! episodes, “Operation Tin Man” from season 2 and “Titan Saving Time” from season 4.