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Promo images for Titans Season 2 Episode 9 – ‘Atonement’

DC Universe has released seven promo images from Friday’s ninth episode of Titans season 2, entitled ‘Atonement’ featuring Beast Boy, Superboy, and Krypto; take a look here… In the aftermath of Dick’s confession, the Titans’ world is rocked to the core – and Dick’s fear that his secret would break up the Titans comes true. […]

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Superboy Movie Reportedly In Development At Warner Bros.

The success of Joker seems to have lit a fire under Warner Bros. as they’re busy exploring all sorts of interesting takes on DC heroes. Over the last few days, we’ve heard that they’d like to make an adaptation of Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely’s All-Star Superman starring Jon Hamm, a movie set on Krypton about Superman’s family and are proceeding with a Joker sequel.

Now, we’ve gotten word from our sources – the same ones who told us Robert Pattinson had beaten out Nicholas Hoult for the role of Batman, and that Black Mask will be gay in Birds of Prey – that they’re exploring the prospect of making a Superboy movie based on the Conner Kent version of the character introduced in 1993’s The Return of Superman arc.

Said film will apparently be part of the ‘new’ Dceu, which will debut with The Batman and continue in Supergirl.
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Titans Season 2 Episode 6: Conner

Titans turns in our favorite episode of the season thus far.



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This Titans review contains spoilers.

Titans Season 2 Episode 6

With nary a mention of him since his tease at the end of season one, Conner Kent swoops into Titans with a great episode that’s charming, sweet, and exciting for what it sets up for the series. Oh, and Krypto!

Picking up after the stinger scene from last season’s finale, “Conner” has a bare-assed Lex Luthor/Superman clone busting himself, and Krypto the Super-Dog out of Luthor’s Cadmus Labs. What follows is a road-trip of self-discovery as the young naïve boy learns his powers, taps into his anger, and hopefully develop into a good person.

I really commend Joshua Orpin on his performance as Conner. Playing a full-grown adult newborn is a minefield because it tiptoes along the lines of some very well-tread tropes.
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Conner Kent and Krypto featured in promo images for Titans Season 2 Episode 6 – ‘Conner’

DC Universe has released a batch of promo images for Friday’s sixth episode of Titans season 2, entitled ‘Conner’, featuring Superboy and Krypto; take a look below… Conner Kent escapes from Cadmus Labs and emerge into the world for the first time as a free agent. With Krypto in tow, Conner’s search for the truth […]

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New Superboy Photo Debuts Ahead Of Next Week’s Titans

While the cliffhanger to this week’s episode of Titans, “Deathstroke,” took our breath away and will force us all to spend the next several days wondering whether or not Jason Todd survived the fall, we can at least look forward to something positive coming from the next outing.

Believe it or not, we’ll finally get to meet Conner Kent Aka Superboy in the appropriately titled “Conner.” If you’ll recall, his bare ass was teased in the post-credits scene following the first season finale. But now, we’ll get to see actor Joshua Orpin suiting up as the iconic Kon-El.

In addition to this new image taken from the episode in question, so too can a synopsis be found below:

“Conner Kent and Krypto escape from Cadmus Labs. His search for the truth about his past leads him to Lionel Luthor and genetic scientist Dr. Eve Watson.”

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Review: The Death and Return of Superman

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The Doomsday Saga sprawled across the four monthly Superman titles for the better part of a year, clearly too long to successfully adapt as part of the DC Animated Universe series of films. When The Death of Superman was announced, everyone knew a second film would follow and sure enough, viewers were treated to The Reign of the Superman. The 1992-93 storyline was streamlined and revised to be fit into the animated continuity, so characters who weren’t around at the time, are here now.

Warner Home Entertainment has edited the two films together into a 2:46 and has released it as The Death and Return of Superman released in a variety of formats including the nifty 4K Ultra HD Limited Edition Gift Set. The 4K gift set comes with Superman: Doomsday as a bonus 4K disc.

As noted in reviews of the two films, it does a reasonable, but not perfect,
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Deathstroke Targets The Titans In New Season 2 Promo

When it was first revealed that Esai Morales would be playing Deathstroke on Titans, some fans were probably saddened because it likely meant that we’d seen the last of Manu Bennett’s iteration of the character over on Arrow. But then again, it’s pretty difficult to produce a series featuring this particular super group without including the man who’s arguably their greatest nemesis, and there was no way to do that without another actor.

So, even though we’re only a few episodes deep into season 2, Morales has proven worthy of adding to Deathstroke’s legacy. What’s more is that he satisfies those out there who prefer Slade Wilson as being the white-haired guy who’s seen his share of battle. His performances have been just as nuanced as those of Bennett’s, not to mention he comes off as being just as intimidating and methodical.
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Titans Showrunner Talks Bringing the Team Home in Season 2

Aaron Sagers Sep 19, 2019

Titans showrunner Greg Walker discusses Titans season 2, moving the action to San Francisco, and yes the very good boy Krypto.

As Jason Todd aptly put it, Titans are back, bitches. Following a season 2 premiere that wrapped up the Rachel/Trigon storyline, the season seemed to truly begin last week. The story skipped ahead three months, introducing a new direction for the show where Dick Grayson is training his young recruits, Donna and Kory are super-sleuthing, and Hank and Dawn are trying out the quiet life on a Wyoming ranch.

“We launched into a new chapter of Titans 2.0,” says Greg Walker, showrunner for the DC Universe streaming series. But whatever relative peace our heroes might have hoped for faded quickly as specters from Titans' past began to emerge. And this, said Walker, is where season 2 will continue, which becomes especially evident in this week’s episode, “Ghosts.”

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Titans Season 2 Episode 1 Review: Trigon

What a difference a year makes. 

Titans Season 2 Episode 1 is not the season premiere the fans deserved. It felt like more of an epilogue of Titans Season 1 than a jumping-off point for Titans Season 2. 

From the get-go, we were thrown into boring scenes that dragged on for dear life as Trigon tried to turn every one to the dark side in the name of breaking his daughter's heart. 

I appreciate the need to flesh out Trigon, but what was the point if Rachel sent him away that quickly?!

Instead of going through the various nightmares of the team, there should have been a more significant battle between the father and daughter because it was ridiculous how quickly that was over. 

Maybe it was to show us just how powerful Rachel is now, but there should have been higher stakes -- perhaps even the death of one of the lead characters.
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Why ‘Titans’ Season 2 Will Focus on Bruce Wayne Instead of Batman

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Why ‘Titans’ Season 2 Will Focus on Bruce Wayne Instead of Batman
When “Titans” returns for its second season on Friday, the DC Universe series will add a slew of characters, none bigger than Batman himself. But the version who “Game of Thrones” alum Iain Glen will portray will exclusively focus on the Bruce Wayne side of Gotham City’s most famous vigilante’s double life.

“He’s still Batman,” showrunner Greg Walker told TheWrap. “We just don’t see him with the cape and cowl running around, and the bat signal.”

Batman is Warner Bros.’ most lucrative DC Comics character, one in which the company has been fiercely protective. The character has already toplined two separate film franchises, with Robert Pattinson set to lead a third, beginning in 2021 with Matt Reeves’ “The Batman.” Glen’s version of Wayne is just one of the ways that DC Comics-based TV shows are incorporating as much of Batman as they can into their worlds,
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Dick Grayson Will Suit Up As Nightwing In Titans Season 2

Titans is about to return to DC Universe for its second season, and will continue to take Dick Grayson and his team closer to their depictions in the comics. Raven, Starfire and Wonder Girl are among those getting more traditional looks, and it seems change is ahead for Robin himself, too, as we’re hearing that the Boy Wonder will transition into Nightwing this season.

We Got This Covered has been told that Grayson will drop his Robin persona in season 2 and will officially become Nightwing, complete with a new costume. This intel comes to us via the same source who’s supplied us with accurate DC scoops in the past – for instance, Viola Davis is returning for The Suicide Squad and that Black Adam will be in Shazam! 3 (which Zachary Levi has since confirmed) – so we have no reason to doubt it.

This news also makes a lot of
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Fall 2019 TV Preview

Chris Longo Alec Bojalad Kayti Burt Michael Ahr Sep 3, 2019

The TV landscape has never been busier and that's reflected in our jam-packed fall 2019 TV preview.

Those who subscribe to the theory that there is Too Much TV™ will find some powerful evidence in the upcoming fall tv season. In fact, call this Fall 2019 TV Preview "exhibit A" in The People v. Content.

Even with beginning after Labor Day this upcoming TV season is absolutley massive. From Kurt Sutter's Samcro prequel Mayans Mc season 2 all the way through to a paradigm-shifting new season of Marvel's Runaways, there are more than 40 new and returning shows of note to keep track of in the coming months.

But honestly, that's just the way we like it. What else are you going to do in the autumn? Go outside? Let's just dismiss that ridiculous notion out of hand and get right to the Fall 2019 offerings.
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New Titans Season 2 Trailer Features Lots Of Deathstroke

Just think: in a few weeks, one of the most exciting superhero shows around will be back with us, as Titans is set to begin its highly anticipated second season on DC Universe on September 6th. And after all we’ve seen of it so far, it’s safe to say that this will be one outing you won’t want to miss.

Over the past few weeks, we’ve gotten our hands on a trailer that introduced Deathstroke, Superboy and more, as well as an awesome new poster and even a huge batch of photos pulled from the premiere. And now, to get folks even more hyped up, WB has dropped another new preview, which is packed with fresh footage and has tons of the aforementioned Deathstroke.

Seen up above, this latest look at Titans teases it all, from new characters to new adventures and shines the spotlight on
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Titans Season 2 Trailer: Meet Superboy and Krypto The Superdog!

We're less than two weeks away from the debut of Titans Season 2, and DC Universe has just dropped the full-length trailer.

There's a lot to unpack.

Let's start with Hank and Dawn, who quickly emerged as fan-favorites on Titans Season 1.

Minka Kelly and Alan Ritchson have been promoted to series regulars for Season 2, but their characters may not be together for much longer.

Dawn is still very much excited about the prospect of fighting crime, while Hank is against it.

Related: Titans Renewed for Season 2

It's an intriguing conflict for the couple, and one has to wonder whether Hank will be able to stay with the love of his life while she's putting her life on the line.

Then there's Kori who continues to be one of the most quick-witted characters on all of television.

But there's drama for her when she is seemingly kidnapped by a face from her past -- someone she remembers.
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Titans Season 2 Trailer Teases Team Tensions, Deathstroke Rampage, Kori Crisis and Dick Becoming... Batman?

Just as the Titans neutralize one Big Bad, another lurks right around the corner in the first full trailer for Season 2 of DC Universe’s flagship series.

The two-minute preview includes, among other things, Hank and Dawn (promoted series regulars Alan Ritchson and Minka Kelly) at odds about their future; what appears to be a kidnapping crisis for Kori (Anna Diop); the amusing story behind how Conner Kent (new series regular Joshua Orpin) found his “Superboy” T-shirt; a defiant/bratty Jason Todd (promoted series regular Curran Walters) getting in his predecessor’s face; and Donna Troy (promoted series regular Conor Leslie) dissing a nemesis’ codename.
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‘Titans’ Season 2 Trailer: Superboy (and Krypto) Debut, Dick Grayson Pays Bruce Wayne a Visit (Video)

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DC Universe dropped the first trailer for Season 2 of “Titans” on Tuesday, which featured a long-awaited reunion between Bruce Wayne and his former protege while offering the first tangible look at Joshua Orpin’s Superboy.

The DC Universe series is adding a slew of well-known comic book characters for Season 2, including “Game of Thrones” alum Iain Glen as an elder, post-Batman Wayne and Esai Morales as the villain Deathstroke. Other characters who will be introduced include Jericho (Chella Man) and Aqualad (Drew Van Acker).

Titans” is the flagship series for the DC Comics-branded streaming service, which launched last August. The service’s second series, “Doom Patrol,” debuted in February, and will return for a second season that will stream on both DC Universe and the upcoming HBO Max. DC Universe also has the animated “Harley Quinn” and live-action “Stargirl” on the horizon.

Also Read: 'Titans' Season 2 Teaser
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James Gunn's The Suicide Squad Gets Comedian Steve Agee as King Shark

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James Gunn's The Suicide Squad Gets Comedian Steve Agee as King Shark
James Gunn's The Suicide Squad for Warner Bros. continues to flesh out its cast, as the project has reportedly cast comedian Steve Agee for a major role. According to a new report, Steve Agee will provide the voiceover to humanoid shark supervillain King Shark. This will be King Shark's first appearance in a big screen adaptation, although he has been portrayed in the Arrowverse series The Flash. The character was originally created in the '90s when he made his first appearance in the Superboy comic book series for DC.

In his original storyline, King Shark is forced to help the Suicide Squad take on the Silicon Dragons. He has since made multiple appearances in other DC comic book series.

Suicide Squad will serve as a mini-reunion for Gunn's Marvel movie Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, as Agee starred in that movie as the Ravager Gef. He has
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Comedian Steve Agee Joining James Gunn’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Gang

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Comedian Steve Agee Joining James Gunn’s ‘Suicide Squad’ Gang
Exclusive: Deadline hears that comedian Steve Agee is boarding Warner Bros.James Gunn-directed sequel The Suicide Squad.

We’re hearing buzz that Agee will provide the voiceover to super-villain King Shark, who is a humanoid. King Shark was created by Karl Kesel and made a brief cameo in Superboy vol. 3, #0 (Oct. 1994) before making his first full appearance in Superboy vol. 3, #9 (Nov. 1994). In the comics, when Superboy is assigned to the Suicide Squad to destroy the Silicon Dragons, King Shark gets hooked in to help.

Agee starred in Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 as Gef, one of the members of the Ravagers. Agee is a producer-director-writer and actor. As a consulting producer, he worked on the MTV comedy reality series Ridiculousness. Of the many TV series Agee has starred in: Lifetime’s American Princess, NBC’s Superstore, FX’s You’re the Worst, Fox’s New Girl
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Titans season 2 poster introduces Superboy, Ravager and Deathstroke

DC Universe has released a new poster for the second season of Titans featuring Robin, Beast Boy, Starfire, Raven, Jason Todd, Dove, Hawk, Wonder Girl and series newcomers Superboy, Ravager, and Deathstroke; take a look here…

See Also: DC’s Titans season 2 trailer features Bruce Wayne, Deathstroke, Aqualad, Krypto and more

From executive producers Akiva Goldsman, Geoff Johns, Greg Berlanti and Sarah Schechter, Titans is an all-new live-action drama series that follows a group of young soon-to-be Super Heroes recruited from every corner of the DC Universe. In this action-packed series, Dick Grayson emerges from the shadows to become the leader of a fearless band of new heroes, including Starfire, Raven and many others. Titans is a dramatic, live-action adventure series that will explore and celebrate one of the most popular comic book teams ever.

Titans features a cast that includes Brenton Thwaites (Robin), Anna Diop (Starfire), Ryan Potter (Beast
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Young Justice Season 3 Episode 24 Review: Into the Breach

Young Justice begins to shed some storylines as Outsiders reaches the end. Our review of "Into the Breach."



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This Young Justice: Outsiders review contains spoilers.

Young Justice Season 3 Episode 24

Young Justice starts the final run of the season by closing out most of its Apokalips storyline. Who could have guessed that a Gorilla-Beast Boy vs. Business Granny Goodness showdown would be so much fun? Now that I typed it out, I'm sure the correct answer to that is "everyone."

As The Team headed off to Granny's Orphanage in space last week, Beast Boy also gathered a crew to go investigate some of Granny's Earthly holdings. Cyborg is figuring out his powers now that he's in control of them, so he's been scanning for possible locations for Halo and found a studio storage facility on the Goode World lot, so Beast Boy, Cyborg, Wonder Girl, El Dorado and Blue Beetle investigate.
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