Titans United: The HBO Team To Reunite In New Comics Mini-Series

by Marsha Reilly
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If you’re a fan of the HBO series Titans, you’ll love what DC Comics has in store for us. The TV team will be featuring in their own seven-issue miniseries: Titans United. With Nightwing, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy and Superboy leading the charge, accompanied by Red Hood, Hawk & Dove, we’re looking forward to seeing what trouble they’ll get themselves into.

Here’s the solicitation for the first issue and preview art from DC Comics:


  • Story by Cavan Scott
  • Pencils by Jose Luis
  • Inks by Jonas Trindade
  • Cover by Jamal Campbell
  • $3.99 US | 32 PAGES | 1 of 7
  • Variant cover by Kael Ngu
  • 1:25 Variant cover by Junggeun Yoon
  • $4.99 US (Card Stock)
  • ON SALE 9/14/21
  • The Titans face their greatest challenge—their own powers! Nightwing, Donna Troy, Superboy, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy, and Red Hood kick off a thrilling new case that will lead one of their own to question not only their place on the team, but their very existence.

This Is Who They Are… Titans

Multiple generations of fans have become familiar with the Titans in different ways since their formation and introduction into the DC Universe in 1964 as The Teen Titans. The group became even more popular after the legendary 80s comics series by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, and the Cartoon Network animated series it inspired in 2003. After the show’s original run ended the whacky Teen Titans Go! made its debut. As well as one of their current comic series, Teen Titans Academy. we now also have the brilliant HBO series Titans. for the newest generation to get to know the troubled teens.

They’ve also had a lot more members over the decades: Robin/Nightwing, Starfire, Raven, Beast Boy, Cyborg, Speedy, Aquagirl, Harlequin (not Harley Quinn), Robin (Tim Drake), Bumblebee, Hawk, Dove, Terra, Wonder Girl, Impulse/Kid Flash, Superboy, Miss Martian, Ravager, Blue Beetle, Solstice, Bunker, Robin (Damian) and now Red Hood, have all been part of the Teen Titans at some point.

Similar to the show’s theme, Titans United follows the team as they investigate a case while struggling with their own identities and powers. Revelations by the Titans will cause major effects on the entire team.  The story for the miniseries came from writer Cavan Scott whose recent projects include Shadow Service and Star Wars: The High Republic.


Dyllan Cecil, CBR.com

Written by Cavan Scott, with artwork by Jose Luis and Jonas Trindade, and covers by Jamal Campbell, Kael Ngu and Junggeun Yoon, Titans United goes on sale September 14 from DC Comics.

Images Courtesy of DC Entertainment

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