season 2 employs a time jump for a second episode that feels more like a season premiere.facebooktwittertumblr
This Titans review contains spoilers.
Titans Season 2 Episode 2
Picking up three months after “Trigon
,” the second episode of Titans Season 2, “Rose
,” is a tight story that sets up new mysteries, and introduces fresh threats – making it feel more like a premiere than last week’s installment.
Straightaway, it’s worth mentioning how the action has benefited by jumping forward a few months. The team is in training, and while there remains tension, cohesion is setting in. Teagan Croft
appears more settled as Rachel, and as a result, the character is more likable – even though we do see the darkness that continues to haunt her. Ryan Potter
’s Gar and Curran Walters
’ Jason work as squabbling teammates, and their sparring scene is fun, even if Gar is the weaker link at the moment.