Watchseries; Titans was so much better than I thought it would be! After reading the reviews I wasn't really sure what to expect, there are more positive than negative but I still wasn't sure. I thought I'd finally give it chance and I'm so glad that I did because it was really good! It's obviously much more aimed at adults so some might be turned off by that but I like it more because of it.
Titans was so much better than I thought it would be! After reading the reviews I wasn't really sure what to expect, there are more positive than negative but I still wasn't sure. I thought I'd finally give it chance and I'm so glad that I did because it was really good! It's obviously much more aimed at adults so some might be turned off by that but I like it more because of it.
Titans watchseries. It's just easter eggs and one repeated character arc for Dick Grayson. I just can't understand why people praise this show so much the characters have no character.
This writing seems familiar. Gee I wonder why... oh, I remember. Because I used to write nonsense like that when I was a a teenager.Things happen but nothing is happening. There's no substance to anything. Nothing matters. Nothing is important.In season one, more than 3/11 ENTIRE episodes are dedicated to things that have nothing to do with the main plot. Do you know how frustrating it is? Do you know how badly it hurts the pace of the show? Especially with 2 episodes missing from the standard 13 episodes?Season one is dedicated to Raven being emotional and being rescued more than 3 times. Now I get why they'd go for a younger actress and go in that direction. It's to show growth and her transition from an emotional girl who can't control her power to a more mature teenager who's much more relaxed, mono-toned and in control. However the show never capitalizes on it and the difference isn't shown. Even after her heart is broken.Everyone is so angsty about each other when they barely know each other. They talk about each other like they do but they just met or at least didn't spend a lot of time together.This isn't the Titan's show. This is Dick Grayson and the Titan's show. Too much of the focus is on him. Of course he's involved in a love triangle, if not more. Just... ugh.It ends in what would probably be the lamest season finale. Also a cliffhanger. The way it concludes at the start of season two is also super lame. Also season 2 finale is lame.This is disappointing to me honestly... the start of the show really seemed promising, and then it didn't go anywhere for two fricking seasons.Such a shame. I followed the news of the show ever since there were rumors, back when it was supposed to air in TNT. Massive TT fan. You can't imagine my disappointment.One thing the show did right was the costumes. I think most people hated Starfire's costume at the start but later it grew on them. I loved the risk they were taking and how they were trying to reinvent the character. Too bad anything else just... failed.I disagree with anyone about the casting. Maybe Rose isn't that great, but the rest are incredible. It's just the atrocious writing and lack of good directing. But hey, at least they look good.Conclusion: go watch The boys. Much more coherent, comprehensive, realistic, entertaining, much more growth, a lot less predictable, less Easter eggs / name drops to throw you a bone and finally, THINGS THAT HAPPEN ACTUALLY HAVE MEANING. It will leave a good feeling in your tummy. The kind that Titans never does.
Have you ever wanted to see bad fan fiction, written by a 13yo, given the live treatment? This is the show for you.
Now fans of Teen Titans Go! or of the equally popular award winning 80's run of The New Teen Titans; will not recognize these characters. There's almost no budget, so Starfire looks nothing like Starfire, same for Beast Boy. In this universe dropping f bombs is the only way to complete sentences. It's a very dark show based with relationships so fractured, you're left wondering how these people ever came together to begin with.
It's baffling that Geoff Johns is involved. Not only from a writing standpoint, but from a destroying the incredible world Wolfman and Perez created. If he thought he was improving on these heroes, he's sadly mistaken. The writers don't respect the characters they're using here. So many of Dick Grayson's actions goes against the core of who he is. The Titans are a family, they care for one another and build each other up. At least that's how they should be written.
This seems to be a continuation of the Snyderverse of ultra violent live action DC projects with no enjoyable plot lines, miscast actors and leaving you hopeless.
They've ruined it.
Great idea, great start of the first season.Amazingly stupid start of the 2nd season, not going to watch any more.
Season 1 was very good and I gave it a decent review, but I have no idea what happened with the writers between then and now. So far, 3 episodes in, Season 2 is terrible - unbelievable situations, stupid character decisions meant only to propel the plot such as it is, lazy writing, the acting is unconvincing, and it's all so predictable, stupid, and boring boring boring. I find myself doing lots of other things while it's playing, not missing anything interesting, and desperately awaiting a new season of Doom Patrol, a far and away better show than this relentlessly blue tinged humorless dreck.