TITANS Twitter Account Teases Fans During AMA

by Joshua Raynor
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A couple days ago, the official Titans Twitter account held an impromptu AMA (Ask Me Anything), and took on several questions from fans, some of which teased some pretty interesting information.

During this AMA, they fielded questions about the introduction of Jonathan Crane (aka Scarecrow), Nightwing’s suit, Superboy and Krypto, when to expect a trailer, and more.

Here are some of my favorites that I saw:


So many good tidbits there, especially knowing that the teaser will be dropping sometime this month. I’m so looking forward to that!

Last year, it was announced that Scarecrow would be joining the third season of Titans, and then last month it was revealed that Vincent Kartheiser was cast in the role. It sounds like this will be an important storyline this season.

During season two, we got to meet Conner and Krypto, two fantastic additions to this series, so I am thrilled to hear that they will both be back and hopefully have some interesting storylines.

And the knowledge that we will be seeing a teaser this month really has me hoping for some glimpses of these reveals. Specifically a peek at what Scarecrow’s costume will look like.

They also teased more to come in the relationship between Dick and Kory.

I am really intrigued by what exactly they mean by “with a twist.” Should be interesting.

Season 3 of Titans will take the group from San Francisco into the heart of Gotham City. Here, Dick Grayson will meet up with Barbara Gordon, the former Batgirl who was paralyzed by Joker and now heads up the GCPD (via Variety). The two will work together and try to learn from the “mistakes of their parents”, according to showrunner Greg Walker.

At the same time, Dr. Jonathan Crane will serve as an inmate at Arkham Asylum who offers his services as a criminal profiler to the police department.

Variety also confirmed that Tim Drake will enter the show “as a streetwise kid who’s managed to grow up on the toughest streets without losing his indelible belief in heroism.”

Another big plot point will be Jason Todd’s descent into madness. In the comics, Jason transforms into the anti-hero Red Hood after being killed by the Joker and subsequently resurrected. Titans season 3 will hopefully give the Red Hood story the live-action treatment it deserves.

Considering the Joker has only been briefly seen during a vision from Dick Grayson at the end of season 1, we’re not entirely sure the comic origin of the character will play a big role here. What we do know is that Red Hood will look to hunt down the Titans after previously leaving the group, not on the best of terms.

Hank and Dawn’s relationship will be put under the microscope after the two supposedly called it quits (Walker confirmed this will be answered early on in season 3), as well as an inevitable confrontation between Kory and her sister Blackfire, following the latter’s arrival on Earth in the closing sequence of season 2.

Seemingly killed in the finale, Conor Leslie will return as Donna Troy with Rachel accompanying her body to Themyscara. Rachel’s powers have been growing continuously throughout the show (culminating in a shared hallucination at the Elko diner), and she even discussed whether resurrection is a possibility with Dick.

Walker commented on the character’s return at DC FanDome stating that: “We’ve got some exciting opportunities and stories ahead for Donna Troy and for Rachel and the whole, uh, you know perhaps the whole underworld we may like go into and see what it’s like as a transition stage.”


That’s a lot to take in, and I’m hopeful that we’ll get the answers we deserve when the third season of Titans debuts on HBO Max this August. Stay tuned to DC Comics News for all the update about Titans season 3 as they come!



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