is titans any good

hey guys i was just curious what people thought of titans. i will watch it sooner or later i have been putting it off because not to be rude but god it looks like garage. seems like another messy live action cash grab but like i said im just curious what people who have seen it thought. i also dont mind spoilers be as in details or as blunt as you please. at the end of the day i am still going to watch it even if everyone says its crap nor am i going to rush to watch it if everyone tells me its amazing.

thank you :slight_smile:

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Have you read through any of the threads that discuss Titans?

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Watch it and decide for yourself. At least check out the first episode and don’t worry about other opinions

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I think it’s really good

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Started off really good but the last finale fell short could have left us with better but I’ll still watch it next season.

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It is written for adults. If you are expecting Teen Titans Go or Super Friends mood or setting you won’t like it. Those who don’t like it would be advised to watch Krypto Superdog when it arrives in 2019.

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just so people understand this isnt me asking for your opinion to see if i should watch the show no i was just curious what people think i have always loved hearing what others think even if i strongly disagree ( cough cough wonder woman and man of steel was crap and i enjoyed batman v superman ) but i am asking simply because i dont use social media or watch YouTube videos and people i know in the real world dont read or watch comic related stuff so i was just wondering what other people thought about it …more of a friendly discussion then a needing others inputs :slight_smile:

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Titans is amazing! The whole season was impressive. DC Universe has put an updated twist to the Titans’ story line that is sure to captivate even those who are not familiar with the team. Season 1, Episode 1 is truly exciting. Like most first episodes of shows, it is designed to grab your interest. however, Titans doesn’t disappoint after that. Every episode appeals to the watcher.There may be some episodes that may not seem as interesting from the title, but once you watch it, you’ll be surprised at how it unfolds. I can’t wait until the second season premiers. I encourage you to check out the first season. I’ll bet you’ll see something that you’ll enjoy! :slight_smile:

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@jimmy100899 If you want to discuss Titans, why not watch it first that way you have more content to discuss?

@abfgmsw like i said just curious on what people thought i have no plans on watching it anytime soon similar to if a friend went to see a movie you have no plan on watching yet you still ask oh how was it i recently heard season 1 ended so out of curiosity i am asking what people throught. i personally dont trust places like ign nor do i watch YouTube reviews so i thought i would ask on here :slight_smile:

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That makes sense. Is there any particular reason that made it disinterest you?

But, the show is alright. I prefer a lighter version of the Titans, but it is very rare for current shows on here to do “Previously on…”, so I enjoyed the continuity between episodes.

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@abfgmsw to be honest i have never been a big fan of live action adaptations nothing against the idea of them they just never been that great in my experience they are less smallville more gotham :frowning: messy and feel more like agent of sheild in the scene of HEY look its apart of the mcu go watch it instead of hey we have a cool story to share hope you enjoy :smiley: as far as titan in general it seems all over the place (granted i haven’t seen it just heard bits and pieces the last few days ) i am not going in to it with high hopes looks a bit cheese (nothing wrong with that) but i am usually easy to please so once i have some more free time i do plan on checking it out BUT its not something i plan on clearing my schedule for lol

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I watched the first five seasons of Smallville and some of six, and the formula seems to be first two episodes of the season complete the story arc that was created in the last two episodes of the previous seasons. The rest seem to be self-contained.

As for Gotham, season 1 was monster of the week, but then from Season 2 forwards, each episode practically built on the last.

So, if you are looking for live action shows like Smallville (if the above description is similar to what you enjoy about the show), you may like shows like Adventures of Superboy, Wonder Woman, Adventures of Superman, and Birds of Prey because they tend to be slow moving. But, shows like Human Target tend to be action-packed and fast moving.

I think animated shows are good too, especially Teen Titans and Legion of Super-Heroes.

How this relates to Titans is that the show does take a more Gotham approach and tries to cram a lot in it.

I watched the first five seasons of Smallville and some of six, and the formula seems to be first two episodes of the season complete the story arc that was created in the last two episodes of the previous seasons. The rest seem to be self-contained.

As for Gotham, season 1 was monster of the week, but then from Season 2 forwards, each episode practically built on the last.

So, if you are looking for live action shows like Smallville (if the above description is similar to what you enjoy about the show), you may like shows like Adventures of Superboy, Wonder Woman, Adventures of Superman, and Birds of Prey because they tend to be slow moving. But, shows like Human Target tend to be action-packed and fast moving.

I think animated shows are good too, especially Teen Titans and Legion of Super-Heroes.

How this relates to Titans is that the show does take a more Gotham approach and tries to cram a lot in it.

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Watch the first 2 episodes then decide.

I think it’s fantastic, as an avid comics reader, I don’t understand all the hate. You’ve got to learn to appreciate the differences between the 2 or you’ll never like any live action adaptations.

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@thedoctorbrody yeah I’ve had to learn that the hard way over the last few years I’ve had to learn most live action adaptations are more batman and Robin (90s movie) then the dark Knight thats why i started reading more comics I’ve learned if you only watch the movies and tv shows you expect every adaptation to be just as great as the greatest one but once you start reading comics you no longer relay on the big screen version after that you start to appreciate even the worst ones like man of steel i hated that movie for years after i read the comics i still think its bad but I’ve warmed up to it and even appreciate the crap filled flim lol

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@abfgmsw that gotham comparison is EXACTLY how i feel about titans (first impressions of trailers and details ive heard ) it feels like how gotham was always throwing all these big details at you thinking they are important which they could have been but only to throw them away or to low ball them half way through because there so much they want to do and so little time. with smallville i loved how they didn’t throw so much at you at once yet small detail later felt important due to plot development seeing how far some characters has come with the exception of the last season whitch KILL every character development at that point went from 90% developed to 10% as if you were back at season 1 as if everything you learned was point less. one more point that is worth talking about is shows like gotham and the flash they feel very episodic while shows like smallville and season 1 and 2 of arrow were some what episodic but it flows so neutrality that you forget they are but with some shows it feels like a old 80s cop show where every episode feels unimportant

@jimmy100899 I appreciate the Smallville side of entertainment than the Gotham side. With that said, I still watch Gotham and now Titans. There certainly are things done in Titans that are cringeworthy. I am not very happy with the portrayal of Dick Grayson and I feel like it will be leading towards bad writing, i.e. going to two extremes just to show an example. There are several points I can make here but will refrain.

In general, I tend to take a back seat and enjoy watching the story unfold. Season one isn’t really concluded IMO. Until the end of Season two or at its midpoint, I don’t feel like the series should be judged as it has a ways still to go. Is it disjointed? Honestly, the second Dove and Hank flashback episode was really out of place IMO. I do wish that they would have segues intervals rather than taking up an entire episode. The show isn’t perfect but still remains to be a fun ride. I am truly enjoying seeing the Titans in action.

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Just watch it and decide for yourself. I don’t really like it but I am going to continue to watch it and hope it gets better. The dialogue, acting, and writing is pretty bad as well as the cgi. It’s pretty bland

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