Superboy to Appear in Second Season of DC Universe’s “Titans”

Superboy to Appear in Second Season of DC Universe's "Titans"

Fans of “Titans” can expect more exciting moments in the flagship series of DC Universe, the DC Comics-branded streaming provider.

On Wednesday, Warner Brothers Television made it known to its audiences that “Titans” will have a second season and a new character will be a part of the group.

Although there is no specific information yet as to when the acclaimed content will come back to the streaming platform, it is certain that the new character is Superboy.

Hints about him have been spilled on the finale of the first season of “Titans.”

Known as “Subject 13,” the post-credits footage provided the audiences a glimpse of this Project Cadmus design which was confirmed as Superboy.

In the search for the truth about his past, Superboy who will also be known as Connor Kent is described as an “angsty teenager of steel.”

While he is traversing the path of his own life journey, he finds himself in the world of the Titans and is able to consider it as his home.

Then, Superboy discovers astonishing facts that would result in unexpected situations in his life.

Newcomer Joshua Orpin has officially been chosen to portray the new superhero character in the upcoming second season of “Titans” in the DC Universe streaming platform.

The 24-year-old actor is a native of Melbourne, Australia. Orpin graduated from the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.

He recently appeared in “The Blake Mysteries: Ghost Stories” as well as in “The Neon Spectrum” which is counted as his feature-film debut.

Orpinwas also a component of stage productions like “The Diary of Anne Frank” and “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” for The Australian Shakespeare Company.

“Titans” is the first live-action series of DC Universe. It premiered in October 2018. In December, it concluded its 11-episode first season.

The show is based on “Teen Titans,” the longstanding young superheroes squad of DC Comics.

These characters initially grouped together in 1964 on DC Comics’ “The Brave and the Bold” written by Bob Haney and artist Bruno Premiani.

Meanwhile, DC Universe is the streaming service that offers animated movies, a comics library, TV programs, and original content for DC Comics enthusiasts.

Launched in September 2018, subscribers of the subscription video-on-demand service can also read stories that have served as an inspiration to the TV programs and films that are also available for streaming on the platform.

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