Dick Grayson returns to Gotham City to fight an out-of-control Batman in a season finale that does nothing to resolve any of Titans’ many on-going storylines.
With just two episodes to go in its first season, Titans finally starts trying to move forward with its central plot and everything spirals into the toilet.
Titans once again takes a break from its main plot, to show us a much more interesting corner of the DC Universe as Dick pays a visit to his friend Donna Troy.
Rachel discovers her birth mother is still alive and in the clutches of The Organization. Now, the Titans will be tested as never before in “Asylum”.
The Titans series takes yet another divergence from its main storyline, as Jason Todd arrives to deliver news of a mystery to Dick Grayson.
Fittingly named, “Together” is the first episode of Titans where all the disparate elements of the show finally seem to come… well, together!
“Doom Patrol” establishes Titans’ spin-off series for The World’s Strangest Heroes far more effectively than the series has set-up its own title team.
The only thing keeping Titans from being so bad it’s funny is that “Origins” is so dull, with most of the episode devoted to people staring at things.