Titans Season 4: With the final day of New York Comic Con heavily emphasising DC, the convention is now officially ended. This included the Titans Season 4 panel. This provided us the first cult-focused trailer for the new season as well as an official November release date for Season 4, which we now know will be split into two parts.
The roughly 25-second trailer doesn’t feature any of our favourite Titans or any brand-new antagonists like Brother Blood, but what it leaves out is exactly what the season’s more horror-inspired episodes will be about. These begin with the three words “Azarath Metrion Zinthos,” which should be quite familiar to most DC fans.
Most notably in the Teen Titans animated series, Raven uses these three phrases to summon her darkest powers and spells. But in this teaser, Raven is nowhere to be found. The evil Church of Blood is probably chanting these lines at this location. They worship Trigon, the malevolent demon father of Raven, in this cult led by Brother Blood and his adherents. A ritual place that seems to be in a subterranean lair is seen in the video, and the song “Azarath Metrion Zinthos” is repeatedly canted there in a very eerie way. This teaser is filled with well-known cult elements. Blood and a material resembling molten lava are cut in between those photographs.
Titans Season 4 Official Teaser
The key image in this clip is a hand emerging from a bloody cauldron, which is eerily similar to something from a horror film. Although we don’t know who it is, there are probably two possibilities. It might be Brother Blood himself making a dramatic entrance, or it might be Trigon, who we last saw at the end of Season 1, who is making a comeback. Given that Blood is the season’s main antagonist, it’s most likely the former, but don’t be shocked if Trigon makes a comeback. especially in light of Raven’s unsettling association with this trailer. Season 4 of Titans looks to be the darkest story ever based only on this new clip.
Titans Season 4 Release Date
Titans Season 4 will premiere Thursday, November 3 on HBO Max with its first two episodes. Its first part will air weekly new episodes after that until December 1. Part 2 consisting of six more new episodes will premiere sometime in 2023. Season 4 stars Brenton Thwaites (Nightwing), Anna Diop (Starfire), Teagan Croft (Raven), Ryan Potter (Beast Boy), Joshua Orpin (Superboy), Franka Potente (Mother Mayhem), and Joseph Morgan (Brother Blood). Jay Lycurgo (Tim Drake) and Lisa Ambalavanar (Jinx) will be featured this season in recurring roles as well.