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Titans: BTS Video Reveals Starfire’s & Raven’s New Costume Inspired From Comics

Still of Starfire from Titans TV series

Titans: BTS Video Reveals Starfire’s & Raven’s New Costume Inspired From Comics

A new behind the scenes featurette released for DC’s Titans TV show offers the first look at Anna Diop’s Starfire and Teagan Croft’s Raven and donning costumes that resemble their comic-accurate costumes.

In the featurette, Kory Anders aka Starfire can be seen fighting off a series of bad guys, while donning a version of the purple jumpsuit she wears in the comics. Rachel Roth aka Raven can also be seen wearing a crop top and a hooded cape similar to her comics counterpart. Notably, the costumes shown in the video clip are still pre-CGI, so there are chances that they may look a bit different when they finally show up on the small screen. You can check out Titans featurette video below.

The first “R-rated” mainstream superhero series, Titans, follows the story of Robin, aka Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites), as he comes out of Batman’s shadow to live his own life. He eventually lends a helping hand to a haunted girl called Raven to help her understand her powers. There comes a situation when the two cross paths with Rachel Roth/ Raven (Teagan Croft), Koriand’r/ Starfire (Anna Diop), and Garfield Logan/ Beast Boy (Ryan Potter) and they all finally come together as a group to stop a demonic evil threatening the world.

During an interview with ComicBook at the world premiere of Titans at New York Comic Con 2018 event, Teagen Croft revealed some details about her character Raven.

It’s been really interesting because she’s so lost and so helpless and I feel like a lot of teenagers and people can relate to that, as in they don’t really know who they are, they don’t know what’s happening,” Croft said. “But at the same time, she’s also so dark and deep and evil. She’s got this evil side to her which was fun to play because I’m not like that in real life…It was like being somebody different for nine months, which was fun.”

She also touched on Raven’s relationship with Robin.

It’s a father-daughter relationship between Dick Grayson and Rachel,” Croft said. “He’s really teaching her everything. It’s paralleling to Batman and Robin, how Batman took him when he was lost and now he’s doing the same thing and he’s trying to not make the mistakes he felt that Batman made. He’s trying to make her control and understand her darkness rather than hide it and then let is show.”

Titans is now streaming on DC Universe. New episodes air every Friday.

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Source: DC Daily




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