The video above opens with a recap of sorts of the DC Universe flagship series' freshman run, before letting fly with a flurry of images and moments from the new season. Get a first look at Krypto (and the new season) in the trailer below.
The trailer also features brief snippets of Anna Diop as Starfire and Teagan Croft as Raven rocking excellent new wigs for their characters, and the first glimpses of Chella Man as Jericho and Chelsea Zhang as Ravager. Yes, Bruce Wayne/Batman is in this season, played by Game of Thrones actor Iain Glen (Jorah Mormont/Friendzone in the HBO phenomenon). Superboy, Aqualad, and Deathstroke's kids are cool and all, but this is Krypto we're talking about here!
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Titans: Season 2's plot synopsis: "This is DCU's TITANS like you've never seen them before, and they're back for another season". Binge season 1 so you can prepare for the awesomeness that is season 2.
Some of the characters from the last season such as Wonder Girl/Donna Troy (Conor Leslie), Hawk (Alan Ritchson), and Dove (Minka Kelly) are returning too. There's a lot of DC love here and fans will be eating it up until the show's release, which is September 6.