Details of DC’s digital streaming service are finally emerging from the swamp. Not only has the new network confirmed a “DC Universe” name with first looks at Titans, Harley Quinn and more, but a Swamp Thing series with Aquaman director James Wan has entered the pool.
DC hasn’t shown very much of its upcoming live-action Titans just yet, but leaked set photos are causing controversy. Not only are the character designs under debate, but Starfire actress Anna Diop is now contending with hate speech and harassment over social media.
Batman’s beloved sidekick was implied to have met a bitter end in the DCEU, but Robin is alive and well on TV. See for yourself in our first official photo from DC’s live-action Titans series, as Brenton Thwaites’ Dick Grayson gets a note-perfect costume for the modern age.
DC’s Titans might already have their own spinoff. After adding more recognizable heroes to the teen team, the new live-action DC digital series has added a Hawk and Dove with Smallville alum Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly, potentially eying the pair for their own series.
The Titans officially have a leader. After adding Starfire and Raven to the ranks, the live-action DC digital series has officially found a Dick Grayson to suit up as Robin, casting Pirates of the Caribbean star Brenton Thwaites in the boy-wondrous role.
The live-action DC Titans series remains something a mystery, even after announcement of its DC digital home, but we have our first hero. Meet the new Raven, as young star Teagan Croft takes the team’s demonic role.