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* AesopAmnesia: Dick Grayson's character development seemed to be going in circles the entire first season. Every few episodes the following pattern repeats: He does something brutally violent, mopes about having such tendencies and his inability move on from under Batman's influence, then does something that seems to indicate putting it behind him. Then an episode or two later he's back to being still brutally violent.


Produced by Creator/GeoffJohns, Creator/GregBerlanti, Akiva Goldsman, and Sarah Schechter, ''Titans'' was created for the Creator/DCUniverse streaming service after [[SavedFromDevelopmentHell previously being in development]] at Creator/{{TNT}} since 2014. The first season is scheduled for 12 episodes. It will exclusively air on DC Universe in the United States and on Creator/{{Netflix}} internationally.[[note]]Since DC Universe is still US-only, though there are plans to expand.[[/note]] It premiered on DC Universe on October 12, 2018, with episodes being released weekly.

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Produced by Creator/GeoffJohns, Creator/GregBerlanti, Akiva Goldsman, and Sarah Schechter, ''Titans'' was created for the Creator/DCUniverse streaming service after [[SavedFromDevelopmentHell previously being in development]] at Creator/{{TNT}} since 2014. The first season is scheduled for had 12 episodes. It will exclusively air aired on DC Universe in the United States and on Creator/{{Netflix}} internationally.[[note]]Since DC Universe is still US-only, though there are plans to expand.[[/note]] It premiered on DC Universe on October 12, 2018, with episodes being released weekly.


* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Dick encourages Jason Todd to remove the tracking beacon in his forearm, that Batman place there. [[spoiler: Jason will, according to canon, get beaten to death by Joker. Batman couldn’t get there fast enough to save him.]]

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* CelebrityParadox: Iain Glen will be playing Bruce Wayne. He is also in Series/GameOfThrones, which Rachel is seen watching.


** Deathstroke, who is white in the comics and all of his previous live-action incarnations (save for the Series/{{Arrowverse}} version who AmbiguouslyBrown) is played by Esai Morales, who is Puerto Rican. His son, Jericho, has also been given a race lift and will be played by Chella Man, who is Chinese.

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** Deathstroke, who is white in the comics and all of his previous live-action incarnations (save for the Series/{{Arrowverse}} version who AmbiguouslyBrown) is played by Esai Morales, Creator/EsaiMorales, who is Puerto Rican. His son, Jericho, has also been given a race lift and will be played by Chella Man, who is Chinese.


** Just like in [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans the animated series]], Robin is Dick Grayson, but has Tim Drake's bo staff. He also appears to have the more violent personalities, fighting styles, and distaste for Batman and his ideology that's shared by both the comics' version Jason Todd and Damian Wayne.
** Raven's appearance here is a combination of traits from both her 2003 cartoon and comics incarnations - she has the deep purple hair and a natural skin tone, but the latter turns a pale gray when she taps into her power. Like her 2003 incarnation, her powers run on emotion, as she made her room shake violently with telekinesis during a moment of upset.

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** Just like in [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans the animated series]], Robin is Dick Grayson, but has Tim Drake's bo staff. He also appears to have the more violent personalities, fighting styles, and distaste for Batman and his ideology that's shared by both the comics' version Jason Todd and Damian Wayne.\n** Raven's appearance here is a combination of traits from both her 2003 cartoon and comics incarnations - she has the deep purple hair and a natural skin tone, but the latter turns a pale gray when she taps into her power. Like her 2003 incarnation, her powers run on emotion, as she made her room shake violently with telekinesis during a moment of upset.


* AdultsAreUseless: Averted with Starfire, who’s both super powered and can control those powers. She has no problem curb stomping the villains who easily curb stomped the rest of the cast. Even without using her powers, she’s at least at the same level as Dick, if not more capable.

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* AdultsAreUseless: Averted with Starfire, who’s both super powered and can control those powers. She has no problem curb stomping the villains who easily curb stomped the rest of the cast. Even without using her powers, she’s at least at the same level as Dick, if not more capable.


** Deathstroke, who is white in the comics and all of his previous live-action incarnations (save for the Series/{{Arrowverse}} version who AmbiguouslyBrown) is played by Esai Morales, who is Puerto Rican.

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** Deathstroke, who is white in the comics and all of his previous live-action incarnations (save for the Series/{{Arrowverse}} version who AmbiguouslyBrown) is played by Esai Morales, who is Puerto Rican. His son, Jericho, has also been given a race lift and will be played by Chella Man, who is Chinese.


** In the comics, Jason Todd made his debut when Dick is already ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}. Here, he debuts only over a year after Dick's split with Batman and is still using the Robin costume.

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** In the comics, Jason Todd made his debut as Robin when Dick is already ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}. Here, he debuts only over a year after Dick's split with Batman and is still using the Robin costume.


** Deathstroke, who is white in the comics and all of his previous live-action incarnations (save for the Series/((Arrowverse}} version who AmbiguouslyBrown) is played by Esai Morales, who is Puerto Rican.

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** Deathstroke, who is white in the comics and all of his previous live-action incarnations (save for the Series/((Arrowverse}} Series/{{Arrowverse}} version who AmbiguouslyBrown) is played by Esai Morales, who is Puerto Rican.

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** Deathstroke, who is white in the comics and all of his previous live-action incarnations (save for the Series/((Arrowverse}} version who AmbiguouslyBrown) is played by Esai Morales, who is Puerto Rican.

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* RealityEnsues:
** TrainingFromHell for a pair of teenage boys doesn't help them become better adjusted adults. Instead, it makes them ChildSoldier types that are ready to explode at any moment. It also creates a massive amount of resentment in Dick once he hits adulthood.
** Raven is hunted by both the good guys as well as the bad due to her role as TheAntichrist and AntiAntiChrist.


** Raven who is ''younger'' than her comics counterpart and 2003 cartoon counterpart. Her actress was just ''13'' during filming of the first season.

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** Raven who is ''younger'' than unlike her comics counterpart and 2003 cartoon counterpart. Her actress was just ''13'' during filming of the first season.

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** Hank and Don Hall attended Kesel College. Karl and Barbara Kesel were the authors of the ''Hawk and Dove'' book that introduced Dawn Granger following Don's death in the comics.


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** Don Hall, white in the comics because he's Hank Hall's brother, is played by black British actor Elliot Knight. The Halls are ''half''-brothers here.

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