Titans Season 2 Trailer: Meet Superboy, Deathstroke, Krypto, And So Many More

Holy superhero overload, Batman!


If you thought the first season of DC Universe's Titans packed in a lot of superhero action, you haven't seen anything yet. The first look at Season 2, which was previously shown at DC Universe's San Diego Comic-Con panel, has debuted online and there's a lot to take in.

After starting with a recap of the significant events of Season 1, the video looks at what--and who--is to come. It offers the first look at new heroes like Aqualad (Drew Van Acker) and Ravager (Chelsea T. Zhang), as well as a suited-up Wonder Girl (Conor Leslie) and Superboy (Joshua Orpin), who was first seen at the tail end of Season 1. For those keeping track, the trailer also includes the first appearance of Bruce Wayne (Iain Glen) on the series. While Batman was seen briefly in Season 1, viewers were never shown his face.

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The final reveal of the trailer gives a big hint at a villain for the season, with the arrival of Deathstroke (Esai Morales). In the comics and animated adaptations of Teen Titans, Deathstroke/Slade Wilson has been a constant nemesis of the team of heroes, and it's exciting to see the DC Universe series leaning in that direction.

Returning from Season 1 are Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites), Rachel Roth (Teagan Croft), Koriand' r (Anna Diop), Dawn Granger (Minka Kelly), and Hank Hall (Alan Ritchson). At a glance, there doesn't seem to be any new footage of Gar (Ryan Potter), otherwise known as Beast Boy, in the trailer. We're still betting on plenty of Beast Boy action this season, though.

Titans Season 2 premieres Friday, September 6.

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