With its second episode, Titans offers us a glimpse at a different and much more interesting superhero show.
It’s The Hunger Games meets The Great Race in Space, as The Doctor and her friends find themselves dragged into the search for… The Ghost Monument!
The first episode of Titans fails to live up to the hype of its controversial first trailer, offering mature content paired with an underdeveloped script.
New Doctor. New companions. New sonic screwdriver. Still the same old champion of intellect and romance over brute force and cynicism. In a word, fantastic!
Doctor Venture gets kidnapped, Hank is in a coma, Brock kicks some ass and The Monarch gets promoted in an epic season finale that feels like old times.
Team Venture and The Monarch are dispatched to deal with the same freak blizzard from different ends in “The Forecast Manufacturer.”
Doctor Venture sets out to seduce an infamous black widow killer as The Council of 13 get ready to enjoy one final arching in “The Terminus Mandate.”
“The Urge To Purge” is a definite improvement on the second episode, though much of it is concerned with a largely unneeded tie-in to the movie The First Purge.