The live-action Teen Titans are finally coming to television (sorta) by way of a new digital streaming service from DC. As anyone who follows the Titans knows, though, they’ve got a pretty fluid roster of heroes that changes constantly. Today’s news has us wondering: which Titans are we going to see?
It’s official: There’s another DC TV show on the way to add to your watch ist alongside Arrow, Supergirl, Flash, and like a dozen more at this point, and this time it’s a live-action Teen Titans show, which has long been in development limbo. But there’s a twist—it’s not going to be on TV, and neither is the next…
DC Comics has lifted the lid on a new four-part crossover between Teen Titans, Deathstroke, and Titans that will see Deathstroke once again strike out against the Teen Titans—this time in an attempt to get at the returned Wally West, who Deathstroke believes can bring his dead son Grant (the original Ravager) back to…
When TNT started filming a pilot for its long-in-the-works adaptation of the DC superhero team, the Teen Titans, we wondered if it was going to be one DC live-action show too many. Turns out we need not have worried: Titans is officially dead.
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The titular Teen Titans of the upcoming Titans TV series may have been revealed, and, if they are legitimate, it's kind of a shock. Of the six members, only two are men — and most importantly, one of female members is Barbara Gordon, back in her role as Oracle!
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Mostly because the best Teen Titans show—yep, Young Justice—has already been made. And then canceled.
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DC does not seem concerned about this at all, since they and Warner Bros. keep producing them. The latest property to get the small screen treatment are the Teen Titans, as TNT is about to order a pilot based on the Teen Titans called, simply Titans.
During last night's Tennessee-Dallas game, a Titans punter actually hit Dallas's massive 180-foot-long HD screen, creating a bit of a situation: The play isn't reviewable, and there's no provision for a replay. The solution may cost millions of dollars.
Alien princesses who love to see the sunrise and shirtless superheroes doing a Rorschach: What else could it be but DC Comics' Titans, the awkward post-teen sidekicks searching for their place in the world?
It's not easy being the kid of a supervillain. If it's not missing important parental morality lessons, it's getting your throat sliced during a botched kidnapping attempt, as this exclusive preview from DC's Titans shows.
After you've finished trying to kill candidates for political office, what's next? If you're the villain behind DC Comics' recent presidential election tie-in, the answer seems to be "try to kill your friends," as this exclusive preview to this week's issue of Titans shows.