'Titans': Brenton Thwaites Posts New Photo Of Him In Robin Costume

The Titans are coming to an as-of-yet unnamed streaming service near you, and we're starting to get a better look at some of the young superheroes in the new DC Comics-based series.

Actor Brenton Thwaites posted a photo to social media where he's in his Robin costume, offering fans another look at his take on the Boy Wonder.

So if you're sour that the movie version of Batman's sidekick kicked the bucket thanks to the Joker, check out the photo below to prep yourself for the character's turn on the small screen.

Thwaites' oversized winter coat obscures a lot of the details of his threads, which appears to be taking some influence from the Arkham series of games and the Tim Drake version of the costume.

Of course, the original Teen Titans comic and its follow up, The New Teen Titans, both showed the formation of the team as well as Dick Grayson dropping the mantle of Robin and becoming Nightwing.

While it hasn't been confirmed, the Titans storyline could adapt a version of this plot, showing Thwaites' take on Grayson dropping the persona of Robin and becoming Nightwing. This is supported with rumors that Bruce Wayne would be included in the show in some capacity — in the comics, Bruce gets angry with his protege and how much he focuses on his new team, forcing him to abandon the Robin persona.

The cast and crew of Titans have steadily been updating fans on the progress of the new series, but we've yet to see many other characters revealed in their costumes. Though the series also features Starfire, Beast Boy, and Raven, we've only gotten to see Minka Kelly and Alan Ritchson as Hawk & Dove.


But considering how wonderful these costumes by Laura Jean Shannon appear in photographs, we're confident that the rest of the Titans family will look just as awesome.

Produced by Akiva Goldsman, Greg Berlanti, Geoff Johns and Sarah Schechter, Titans is set to make its debut in 2018 on DC's upcoming streaming service.