Titans TV Show from DC Comics Starring Nightwing Probably Happening
Numerous outlets are reporting that TNT is close to green lighting a pilot based on DC Comics Titans series.
Entertainment Weekly reports:
In the pilot, Grayson “emerges from the shadow of Batman to become Nightwing, the leader of a fearless band of new Super Heroes including Starfire, Raven and many others. Titans is a dramatic adventure series that will explore and celebrate one of the most popular comic book titles ever.”
Before you get too excited it is reported that Akiva Goldsman who also wrote the movies that destroyed a Batman franchise, Batman & Robin, is writing.
So perhaps this is where Wally West may show up on TV? And how funny if Donna Troy ends up on screen before Wonder Woman.
Are you ready for a once a week dose of the Grayson? Did you just say the words, Matt Bomer?
What do you think?
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This installment of The Arkham Sessions covers the final acts of “Robin’s Reckoning,” the highly-acclaimed two-part episode of Batman: The Animated Series, which explores the story of how Dick Grayson becomes Batman’s sidekick. As we learned from Part 1, Bruce refuses to allow Dick to become involved in the case of Tony Zucco, the man who murdered Dick’s family. For reasons unstated, Batman is determined to be the one to take Zucco down, causing a rift between Robin and himself. Despite Batman’s efforts, it is Robin who captures Zucco. In the emotional conclusion, Robin is faced with a decision that could change his life forever.
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As Dick gets closer and closer to catching the man who murdered his parents, we begin to see some behavioral warning signs: reckless behavior, impulsivity, increased aggression, and angry outbursts. Dick’s obsessiveness with capturing Tony Zucco raises questions about his emulation of Bruce’s lifestyle as Batman and the potential that Dick is learning Bruce’s maladaptive coping related to his trauma.