More than a few weeks before the release of the first two episodes of the Titans, the new series DC comics. The opportunity to look at the new photos.
As a reminder, the Titans will be the spearhead of the new platform streaming of DC Comics. Like Netflix, or Disney, the branch DC has decided, there is a little time, launch out in the great bath of SVoD by offering an exclusive platform where the channel would broadcast : the series (Titans, Swamp Thing, Harley Quinn), movies, comics, and many others.
A bold gamble that may prove to be juicy, since these products will be exclusive to the platform DC.
The time to say : “Fuck Batman”
While the platform will be in service tomorrow, only in the country of Uncle Sam for the time being, the Titans will be the first series to land on the string. It will not make its entry until 12 October next. After a first trailer which was not very cavorting-was not neat, a series of first visual much too photoshopés and surcolorés showing a first glimpse of super-heroes, we now have the right to a first official image showing the complete team.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the plot will revolve around Robin :
“He decided to separate himself from Batman and begin to earn his living as a private detective. He will meet the young Rachel and will help to better understand its capabilities. The two characters had a relationship “father-daughter” feeling close to the same feeling of abandonment. On their routes, they meet with Beast Boy and Stafire, both feeling equally lost. “
Nice ground, it looks shiny
And because it is still very pleasant, you will also share the first photos revealed by DC Entertainment that show us a little more details of what will air the first two episodes of the Titans. One sees there in particular the characters of Starfire, Raven and Robin, but also the duo’s iconic Hawk (Alan Ritchson) and Dove (Minka Kelly).
As a reminder, the series Titans is overseen by Greg Berlanti (Arrow, Green Lantern), Akiva Goldsman (Star Trek : Discovery) as well as Geoff Johns. A point that reassures us quite saw the sacred baggage of the man and his love for comics. Side casting, you’ll find Brenton Thwaites in the skin of Robin, Teagan Croft in the character of the Raven, Anna Diop, who propose Starfire and Ryan Potter, who lends his traits to Beast Boy.