Titans Season 2 Releases Awesome New Stills of Deathstroke and Rose Wilson

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By Nico Parungo | More Articles Comic Book Fan and Lazy Gamer
September 10, 2019  04:59 PM

 

 

Titans Season 2 has launched its first episode and fans are hooked, especially with more DC characters coming to the show soon. With episode 2 slated for a release this week, DC Universe has revealed a synopsis for the next episode, called Rose, along with some slick-looking stills. The stills are of Deathstroke and Rose Wilson respectively, which should get classic Teen Titans fans excited.

Deathstroke has looked great since his reveal in the previous trailer and this still continues to make him look amazing. He manages to look like his comic book counterpart while having an identity of its own. The previous trailer confirmed that Deathstroke is one of the reasons why the Titans were disbanded so his presence should be a gamechanger for this group.

How Rose Wilson ends up being used is a subject of interest. The character, who eventually got the codename Ravager, has almost-always rebelled against her father, though there have been times when they had to team up. Ravager/Rose is almost as good as her father, which was also shown in previous trailers.

Now for the synopsis (via ComicBookMovie):

"While Dick trains the next generation of Titans, Donna and Kory track down a rogue metahuman. But an old threat drives the Titans – old and new – back together."

It’s all fairly exciting stuff and I can’t wait to see it. Unfortunately, I’m in one of those countries that can’t access DC Universe, though the whole season will likely get added to Netflix so that we can see it. The first season legitimately surprised me, despite some flaws, and I hope that Season 2 continues to do so.

Titans Season 2 will release its episodes weekly. Episode 1 is out now and Episode 2 will be released later this week.

Read: Titans Showrunner Says Nightwing Reveal Will Happen In Season 2

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