DC Comics' "Titans" #15 in support of the "Titans" live-action TV series, is written by: Dan Abnett, with illustrations by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund, with covers by Booth, Rapmund and Dan Mora, available September 13, 2017:
"...the hunt for the team's traitor takes an impossible turn...
"...when 'Nightwing' is revealed as an agent of 'H.I.V.E'.
"As the Titans hunt for answers about their leader and friend, loyalties are tested like never before..."
"...MALE, late 20's-early 30's, Caucasian. Equal parts charm and impenetrability, He is a cop, with a nice smile, tired eyes and a cool, distant manner. However, when provoked, his eyes are so lethal 'they drain a man of every last bit of spleen'. John is haunted by the murder of his family.
"Unbeknownst to those around him, he is also a vigilante. In the shadows, he fights with the commitment and conviction of an artist, the brutal grace of a dancer. Mentally and physically, he is covered in a map of scars. And though he fights to escape his past, it is often a losing battle. SERIES LEAD
"SARAH', Female, Mid teens, Open Ethnicity. Troubled, bullied, often scared but unwilling to show it, 'Sarah' is a loner more comfortable hiding in her hoodie than making friends. Haunted by a dark force inside her, Sarah experiences violent episodes that she cannot understand or control. She is also plagued by recurring nightmares that lead her across the country in search of help. SERIES REGULAR
"CASEY Female, 20's, Open ethnicity. Casey is a tall, stunning woman, her beauty so magnificent it’s almost inhuman. Elegant, refined and mysterious, she is on the hunt to discover who is trying to kill her and why. And those after her are in for a surprise because she’s more deadly than anyone they’ve ever encountered. SERIES REGULAR
"'JAX', Mid-late teens, Open Ethnicity, Asian preferred. Funny and charming, this amateur thief’s humor hides his insecurities and past pain. Not the toughest kid on the streets, he's learned to survive in the world with his wit and quick-thinking. SERIES REGULAR"
"Titans", written by Akiva Goldsman ("Star Trek: Discovery"), follows a group of young, costumed vigilantes recruited from every corner of the 'DC Universe'.
"Titans" will be the first live-action series in 'digital space' for DC Entertainment. DC currently has seven broadcast series on the air, including "Supergirl", "Arrow", "The Flash", "Legends Of Tomorrow" and "iZombie" on The CW, plus "Gotham" and "Lucifer" on Fox.
DC Animation's "Teen Titans: The Judas Contract", based on the "New Teen Titans" comic book storyline by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, is a feature length adaptation showcasing the villain 'Deathstroke'.
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