“Definitely not Teen Titans GO!”
Remember the Teen Titans? Well, they’re back but not in the way fans know. The US streaming service, DC Universe introduces Titans, a more adult and darker take on the superhero group.
Gritty and dark, the series showcases the most beloved sidekicks in DC Comics history and shows them as imperfect individuals trying to fit into a world they aren’t sure they belong in.
The series will introduce the characters of Hawk and Dove, the first Wonder Girl, Donna Troy and Jason Todd, the second Robin over the course of the first season. The group Doom Patrol will also appear with the group gaining their own spin-off sometime in 2019.
Titans has been renewed for a second season before the show started airing on October 12.
Dick Grayson has left Batman and is constantly haunted by the impact the Dark Knight still has on him. He’s still a vigilante but vows not to go down the same dark path as his adoptive father. He is best friends with Donna Troy, the sidekick of Bruce’s Justice League team, Wonder Woman. He also sees her as a big sister-figure and can always go to her when he needs someone to talk to.
Rachel Roth is a teenage girl with a darkness brewing inside her. After her surrogate mother gets killed, Rachel finds herself teaming up with Detective Dick Grayson whom she recognises from dreams.
Kory Anders doesn’t remember who she is… literally. She wakes up in a car crash and doesn’t recall how she got there or who she is. With people after her, she teams up with Dick, Rachel, and Gar.
Gar Logan can transform into any animal he desires. He loves video games and loves being able to shapeshift into his favorite animal, the tiger. He teams up with Dick, Rachel, and Kory and they become Titans.
Titans airs on DC Universe.
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She’s the sidekick to Wonder Woman, but Donna Troy shows fans in the DC Universe series Titans that there’s more to life than being a hero.