Titans (2018– )
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As Detective Dick Grayson fights crime both as a cop and a vigilante, a mysterious girl harboring a dark secret arrives in Detroit.


Brad Anderson


Greg Berlanti (created by), Geoff Johns (created by) | 12 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Brenton Thwaites ... Dick Grayson / Robin
Anna Diop ... Kory Anders
Teagan Croft ... Rachel Roth
Ryan Potter ... Gar Logan
Lindsey Gort ... Amy Rohrbach
Jarreth J. Merz ... The Acolyte
Liza Colón-Zayas ... Detective Jessica Perez
Sherilyn Fenn ... Melissa Roth
Martin Roach ... Manny Wolf
Phillip Jarrett ... Captain
Randolf Hobbs Randolf Hobbs ... John Grayson
April Brown Chodowski April Brown Chodowski ... Mary Grayson
Tomaso Sanelli ... Young Dick Grayson
Nicolas Grimes ... Enormous Man
Rodney Alexandre ... Dealer


As Detective Dick Grayson fights crime both as a cop and a vigilante, a mysterious girl harboring a dark secret arrives in Detroit.

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The episode premiered at New York Comic Con on October 3, 2018, before later officially premiering on DC Universe on October 12, 2018. See more »


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Amy Rohrbach: Hey, can I ask you something?
Dick Grayson: I'm kind in the middle of something.
Amy Rohrbach: So, what? You and your sidekick go bad?
Dick Grayson: I'm sorry?
Amy Rohrbach: Your partner at Gotham P.D. I mean, I'm no mind reader, it just seems kinda obvious.
Dick Grayson: I guess we had different ideas of how to do the job.
Amy Rohrbach: How's that? He on the take? I heard most of Gotham is.
Dick Grayson: No, not him. He was a hero to a lot of people. Including me. A stop-at-nothing guy who solved everything with his fists. I admired him at first, what he did... Or was trying to do. But eventually...
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Looks promising.
22 October 2018 | by jgreening-09087See all my reviews

Like many people I was put off by the trailer (a horrible representation of this show) but decided to give it a chance. I'm glad I did, though I'm still not quite sure what to think about it.

For what it is, it's a great first episode. The acting is phenomenal, and I love the actors' representations especially of Raven and Starfire/Koriand'r, whose confusion and amnesia was palpable. I can't wait to see how Raven's story develops. Robin (Dick Grayson, newly fallen out with Batman and on his own in Detroit) is a much different character from how he's been portrayed before. In the comics, Dick is quiet and serious, but with a cheerful and compassionate bent. There's none of that here, except in his fierce protectiveness of young Raven.

I think that's the main thing that gave me pause. Titans isn't pulling any punches. If you're expecting the warm, humorous "weekend club for teenage superheros" atmosphere from the comics, prepare to be shocked. This first episode is brutal and gory. It has a high body count (yes, most of those are killed by the Titans) and the violence doesn't show any sign of letting up.

Honestly, I'm not sure how I feel about that. I like dark and gritty, but I feel like this show may be going a touch overboard for the shock value. Regardless, I'm looking forward to the next episode and will be interested to see what comes.

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