DC Comics' upcoming direct-to-consumer streaming service is on the way to deliver a whole lot in the way of DC TV, comics, and movies to fans who just can't get enough of the superheroes and villains of the DC world. The service has been in the works for a while, and we've known a fair amount about some of the original series that will be featured, but there was some key info missing. In fact, we only just learned when DC Universe will launch! Now, DC has revealed a whole lot of exciting details about what's to come, and we've picked some of the most exciting. Let's start with some brand new images of Titans:


The Titan that has gotten the most exposure so far has been none other than Dick Grayson, a.k.a. the first Robin. Dick is the guy who got to drop the big F-bomb in the first Titans trailer, and we already know that he'll be the leader of the new group. This new image gives a reasonably brightly-lit look that shows off what he'll look like in action, and the bad guys on the floor behind him obviously didn't fare well against him in action.


Not a whole lot about Starfire had been released prior to this image hitting the web, and the trailer featured more of Robin and Raven than either of the other main Titans. The Titans Starfire will clearly look quite different from her comics counterpart, but the incredible hair and powers evidently will at least be quite similar. Raise your hand if you're now way more excited about Starfire!


Now, raise your hand if you're totally freaked out by this image of Raven! Her eyes and setting in what appears to be a derelict room filled with crucifixes add enough of an eerie level. Somehow, the fact that the young girl is clutching a doll makes the entire tableau all the more unsettling.

Beast Boy

The Titans version of Beast Boy more or less looks like he could have bounded off the pages of comic books! Obviously this still image doesn't give away how he'll look in action and using his powers. Nevertheless, there are definitely reasons to be optimistic about what he'll bring to the team, and we can bet that they'll need all the unique abilities they can get. It's not like they'll probably be calling on Batman for his connections very often!

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