10 Characters That Should Join DC’s ‘Titans’ TV Show

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Now that news has broke the long rumored Titans show will debut on a new DC subscription service, it’s time to for everyone to get up to speed on the Teen Titans.

We already know that Dick Grayson, Starfire and Raven will be on the show, but there are a lot of other members who deserve a chance to shine. While the show’s synopsis makes it sound like it may follow New Teen Titans by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, but the Titans can easily bring other heroes into the mix with some clever writing. There are a lot of great heroes who have called themselves Titans over the years, so I hope the show eventually builds to the point of being able to sustain a rotating roster chop full of classic heroes.

Geoff Johns, whose run on Teen Titans is one of my favorite comics of all time, co-wrote the pilot for the project with Akiva Goldsman so I’m hopeful the show will be emotionally rich as well as action packed. The Titans are a great group of characters and I’m ecstatic they are getting a chance at life outside of the kid-friendly, Teen Titans Go!

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  • Bruce Norris

    IMHO, they should use Robin instead of his incarnation as Nightwing. That would give them more “space” when planning the Nightwing movie. If anything, they should cast actors that resemble one another…for the same reason. Also, Starfire should look AMAZING…but I know they won’t “go there”.

  • Ant

    big big big injustice if they dont use Donna Troy and disregard her like they did in the latest TT animated movie

  • What’s a Gagortion

    Donna Troy is one of my absolute favorite comic book characters. The “multiple origins” thing has been leveraged masterfully by Wolfman and Perez to give the character dimension and emotional depth, even though a seemingly incoherent origin would normally be seen as detrimental and never addressed like was the case with power girl and supergirl at times. Hopefully WW is a hit and DC/Johns will be smart enough to capitalize on it. I love Geoff Johns but I get the distinct impression he doesn’t care for Donna Troy as evidenced by how hard he’s tried to get Cassie (blech!) over with the fans these past few years.

  • Matt