Now that the second season of Titans, the DC Universe original series, has concluded, it’s the perfect time for another power ranking of all 10 active Titans members.
Several new Titans have joined the series and some have gone through drastic changes, so where does each Titan stand after the sophomore season? Plot points will be discussed, so consider this your one and only official spoiler warning!
10. Robin (Jason Todd)
Because we already have the presence of Robin, who is finally Nightwing, there’s certainly an interesting role that both are familiar with. Jason is the more brash and careless member of the Bat-Family, so as expected, this season contained plenty of Robin acting out against authority and coping with a near-death experience.
When it began to gain more traction, he ran away with Rose and began to lose all trust in those around him so his storyline was placed on the backburner. Robin still has a ways to go before he steps into the role as a key player in Titans, but nonetheless, it’s wonderful to see a lesser spotlighted Robin in live-action form.
9. Beast Boy
The green shapeshifter returned in season two, embracing his lighthearted roots which is one of the more pleasant attributes of the infamous character. For two seasons, Beast Boy was more of a supporting character for other Titans, to the point that I was almost hoping he was going to be a double agent like Terra had typically been.
When Beast Boy was more prominent, he was brainwashed into violent attacks so his character wasn’t as genuinely featured aside from the pleasant dynamic he seemed to have with Superboy. With a third season already confirmed, there are opportunities to show more layers to Beast Boy or perhaps even the addition of Terra (mentioned above), a character that tends to bring out a range of emotions for Beast Boy.