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  1. The second season of Teen Titans is adding another family member as Chella Man is joining the cast of the DC Universe series in the recurring role of Joseph Wilson, the son of Slade Wilson AKA Deathstroke, the merciless one-eyed assassin who will be played by Esai Morales in Titans’ eagerly awaited sophomore season. Joseph Wilson is the Titan known as Jericho. Mute after his father failed to rescue him from having his vocal cords severed by assassins, Jericho has the unique ability to possess anyone just by making eye contact. This gentle natured yet proud hero has proven himself a formidable Titan.
  2. Deadline is reporting that Esai Morales will portray Deathstroke, the fan-favorite assassin and archenemy of Teen Titans leader Dick Grayson. The Titans, the first original programming franchise for the DC Universe subscription steaming site follows the superhero squad that’s led by Batman’s former sidekick, Robin, aka Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites), and includes the hot-tempered alien princess Starfire (Anna Diop), the mysterious empath Raven (Teagan Croft), and the green-skinned shape-shifter Beast Boy (Ryan Potter). The character bio from the show’s producers: “Slade Wilson is known for being DC’s deadliest assassin. While serving his country, Slade became an elite soldier before government testing enhanced his physiology to near superhuman levels, putting him on a path of darkness and revenge. To his family, Slade is a father and husband, but to the rest of the world, he is feared by many as the infamous Deathstroke; selling his services to the highest bidder as the ruthless assassin that never gives up and never misses.” The executive producers of Titans are Greg Berlanti, Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Sarah Schechter, and Greg Walker.
  3. If I were a betting man, I’d bet you were guessing I would unleash holy hell on the ‘Titans’ Season Finale episode... But, y’know what? To my surprise, no! No rant was necessary! It was actually, dare I say, good. ? EDIT: So, I’m just a fair mite peeved... After having watched what I thought was the entirety of the ‘Titans’ season finale, and then doing a video discussion of it, I come to learn that it contained a post credits scene that I entirely missed out on, as I always click off as soon as the credits roll. The scene in question features Superboy and Krypto, apparently escaping from Cadmus. And boy-oh-boy, I really kinda wish I’d have seen it in the first place, so as to have been able to mention it in my finale review video.
  4. Herein discussing episode 9 of the DC Universe ‘Titans’ series, entitled, ‘Hank and Dawn’... And man, when an episode of this show is written this good, it begs the question, why isn’t the rest of the series? Especially as it relates to the alleged main cast of characters. The origins of Hawk and Dove, though? Damn, that was some — surprisingly — good stuff.
  5. The latest episode of ‘Titans’ — and more pointedly, the Season Finale Trailer — made me angry... Like, angrier than I’ve been in a while. So, this week’s discussion is very much a rant, instead of a full on review. Posted with a thorough Language Warning.
  6. This 2015 BISHOUJO statue is back by popular demand! Demons and evil doers beware! Raven is ready for action as she floats in the air, hands outstretched before her to conjure eldritch energies. The Teen Titan wears her classic costume with thigh high boots, bodysuit with long tabard, detached sleeves anchored at the middle finger, and a massive swirling cloak with pointed hood. The updated 2nd edition of the statue features a deep purple costume, which highlights the gold accents on her shoulders and her detailed belt. Sculpted by Hogarii (Jetstream), the flowing movement of the demonic heroine’s clothing gives the statue a life of its own as well as making it look like Raven is floating above your shelf. With a new color scheme and package design, this updated BISHOUJO statue is perfect for displaying alongside the original or 2nd edition of the DC COMICS STARFIRE BISHOUJO STATUE! Available - June 2019 You can pre-order this now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  7. Much as I anticipated, whenever they bring in a background DC Comics character, (background in that, they’re not part of the main cast), that character is served so much better than the titular Titans... As such, Donna Troy was an absolute delight, in this episode. To hear more of my thoughts about it, please check out the video — and be sure to share your thoughts on it below!
  8. Herein discussing the overly monochromatic, dark and edgy seventh episode of the DC Universe ‘Titans’ series, which gets pretty damned abysmal, if I do say so myself. But, it is what it is. Take a look — and be sure to share your thoughts on the episode and series as a whole!
  9. Herein discussing episodes 5 & 6 of the DC Universe ‘Titans’ series, ‘Together’ and ‘Jason Todd’... The problems I’ve noted previously still persist. But, to my surprise, sometimes they actually manage to get things relatively spot on. What does that say for the overall mismanagement of the series’ titular characters? To tell the truth, I’m not really sure.
  10. Herein discussing episode 4 of the DC Universe ‘Titans’ series, entitled ‘Doom Patrol’... Annnd man, it was certainly a great Doom Patrol episode, at the very least. Take a look, and be sure to tell me what you thought of it!
  11. Herein discussing my thoughts on episode 2 of DC Universe’s brand new ‘Titans’ series... If you’ve seen my episode 1 discussion, you might not be surprised that the question on my mind going into this one was, ‘Could it get any better, or would it only get much worse?’ And, I definitely answer that question, in this review!
  12. Herein discussing the premiere episode of DC Universe’s brand new ‘Titans’ series... Did I love it, did I hate it? If you’ve got close to 20 minutes to spare, you’ll find out by watching this review. ?
  13. DC Collectibles has launched a new diorama statue line for fans of the classic Marv Wolfman and George Perez run of All-New Teen Titans comics which started in 1982. The entire team of Starfire, Robin, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Kid Flash, Wonder Girl and Raven will be featured in the series, and things kick off with Robin and Starfire who are starting to hit comic and specialty shops now. The statues come with detachable bases and Robin who is sculpted in a running like pose stands around 7.37" tall while Starfire who is sculpted in a blast-off like pose is 10" high. Both statues were sculpted by Joe Menna who has done a fantastic job capturing the look of the characters from Prez' artwork. These really do look like they were taken straight off the cover of All-New Teen Titans #1. Starfire's hair blast incorporates translucent plastic towards the bottom at the base which in the like looks like actual fire. The statues can be displayed as individual pieces which is nice for those not interested in completing the whole team, but if you get all 7 statues in the series then the bases are shaped so you can place them together re-creating the Preze cover of All-New Teen Titans #1. Thanks to the folks at DC Collectibles for providing us these two statues so we could take a look. These will be available at comic and specialty shops as well as online at places like BigBadToyStore.com. Check out below our detailed in-hand IMAGE GALLERY for Robin and Starfire which are hitting shelves now.
  14. Warner Bros. and Comic-Con® have teamed up once again, with the Studio to provide the official bags of SDCC for the ninth year in a row. For 2018, Warner Bros. brings fans 18 different bag designs featuring fan-favorite returning series plus the highly anticipated upcoming Castle Rock and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, as well as four feature films and two bags dedicated to DC Entertainment. And for the second year in a row, each bag will come with a unique collector’s pin, with 12 DC character designs for 2018. Fans donning their cool carriers at the convention center can also make their way to the Warner Bros. booth on the convention floor (#4545), which boasts interactive elements perfect for photo-ops, including the wings of the fallen angel Lucifer as a nod of appreciation to the show’s passionate fans (#LuciferSaved); the mouth of a Megalodon shark to stand inside; a life-sized rabbit inspired by San Diego’s historic Rabbitville district; and LEGO® gaming kiosks for everyone’s inner child. The SDCC bags, produced for the studio by I.D. Me Promotions, will feature the following series and movies: Warner Bros. Television series Arrow, Black Lightning, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Krypton, Supergirl, Supernatural, and the highly anticipated upcoming Chilling Adventures of Sabrina for Netflix and Castle Rock for Hulu Warner Bros. Animation’s DC Super Hero Girls and Young Justice: Outsiders, along with Warner Bros. Animation/Blue Ribbon Content’s Constantine: City of Demons Upcoming feature films include Aquaman, Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald, The Meg and Teen Titans GO! to the Movies. Additionally, DC Entertainment will be featured on two bags, with one bag celebrating 80 years of Superman in DC’s comic pages and another devoted to the upcoming DC UNIVERSE digital service. The exclusive collector’s pins are manufactured by FanSets for the second year in a row, and they will feature both DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains. This year’s pins from both film and television include Arrow, Aquaman, Batman, Black Lightning, Catwoman, The Flash, Harley Quinn, Joker, Martian Manhunter, Nightwing, Superman and Wonder Woman. Lucifer fans will have a heavenly — and devilish — time with life-sized, photo-friendly wings flown in from the City of Angels as a divine treat for the devoted fans who helped keep Lucifer #LuciferSavedFans can get a larger-than life experience at the Warner Bros. booth (#4545), which provides a fun, immersive environment inspired by celebrated series, upcoming films and more. Warner Bros. autograph signings will also take place in the booth. It’s game time, as parents and kids alike can enjoy LEGO® gaming kiosks. Brave fans can step inside the virtual mouth of the ferocious megalodon ahead of the premiere of The Meg, the upcoming action-horror film featuring the 75-foot-long prehistoric shark that’s been missing for 2.5 million years. Fans having a good hare day can snap a picture with Warner Bros. Television’s “Hop, Hop, and Away!” rabbit statue, which is part of the Rabbitville public art installation which combines the history of San Diego’s Rabbitville district (now the Gaslamp Quarter) with some of the most recognizable heroes from the DC Universe. Con-goers who hope to participate in autograph signings must visit Comic-Con.org/CCI to submit their interest via the Exclusive Signings Portal. WBTVG follows Comic-Con’s ticket drawing/wristband distribution procedure.
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