DC TITANS: SEASON 1 FINALE: ENDING EXPLAINED & POST CREDITS SCENE BREAKDOWN | SPOILER TALK

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Welcome to my Ending Explained breakdown of DC Titans: Season One in which I discuss all spoilers from the Finale and it's post Credits scene.

DC Titans just concluded it’s first season with a hell of an ending. The show treated viewers to an amazing finale as well as an extra scene after the credits that introduced a familiar location and two big characters into the Universe.

Throughout this video I will be breaking down everything that you need to know about the episode as well as it’s post credits scene.

There will, of course, be heavy spoilers, so if you don’t want to have the shows ending ruined for you then I highly suggest that you turn off now.

For everyone else, I’m Deffinition and welcome to the channel where I ruin it so you don’t have to.

DC Titans: Ending Explained
The finale of Titans follows Dick Grayson as he attempts to track down and stop a Batman that has went completely off the rails and began killing his rogue’s gallery. This is because The Joker killed Commissioner Gordon and now it seems that Dick Grayson is the only one who can stop the Dark Knight from doing more damage. Grayson is recruited by Jason Todd and heads off into Gotham which has turned into a hell hole.

By the episode’s end we in fact learn that this had all been a hallucination, orchestrated by Trigon. Throughout the dream Trigon presents Grayson with several opportunities to return to his happy and blissful life in the dream or to delve further into Gotham’s underworld which he does.

As Batman goes fully off the deep end, murdering his Rogues Gallery entirely, destroying all the good that was left within him, Dick kills him in order to stop him from going any further. Throughout the series Dick has constantly battled with his good and bad side and this final plunge into darkness is beautifully orchestrated by Trigon in an attempt to send the character full off the deep end.

Trigon explains that this has been his end goal and with Dick now fully aware of what he is capable of should he lose self control, we are left with the cliffhanger that the hero may have lived long enough to see himself become the villain.

DC: Titans: Post Credits Scene Breakdown
We are then treated to a post-credits scene that starts off with a bang by introducing the City Of Metropolis into the show. From here we are taken to a lab that sees doctors completely ripped apart and witness a seemingly naked man. As he walks along we get a glimpse of a Superman logo that is tattooed on his shoulder, confirming that this is in fact Superboy.

But the big reveals don’t stop there and Superboy then tears the hinges off a dog cage which is revealed to have Krypto behind it. Fans of the DC universe will instantly recognise the dog and it’s clear that going forward he will be a companion of Superboy.

Where they will take the character is unknown as in the comics he pretty much didn’t kill or do anything to harm people whereas this is taking a firm stance that he is a villain. How it plays out remains to be seen but I can’t wait to see what the show has in store for the future.

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So, what are your thoughts on the Titans Finale and the series as a whole? Comment below and let me know!

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    1. Jonah Sdao well that wasn’t the finale, there were 12 episodes made in the season with the 12th called “Raven” but for some odd reason they aired the penultimate episode as the finale

    1. I super-fooled me with the „bad Batman“ play up. I was looking at the Wayne symbol as a clue, That „W“ looked more spread out, sharper, smaller, and bird-talon like; so, I thought we were going to get a „OWLMAN“ replacing Batman aka: a Earth 1-Earth 3 Batman swap in this, for a multi-verse set up. Fooled this old DC-expert.

  1. I was disappointed in the season finale. They wasted episode 9 on hawk and dawn. They could have wrapped up the season with a more satisfying conclusion.

    1. lilshortie262 nah they obviously got ideas for season 2 that will all tie together although the ending was a little weird the episode was pretty great. Hank and dawn was the best episode tbh though and it’ll all come together ?. Gave some much needed development for them.

  2. As soon as the finale starts… I say to myself this has to be some kinda hallucination but ok I’ll go with it I like the finale and the doom patrol episode as favs. This show is a 5/10 for me

    1. SmileB4DEATH Agreed.
      The Arrowverse shows have just become a chore to watch (with 20+ episodes per show per season). The streaming model (as with Titans and the Marvel Netflix shows) is so much easier to digest; there’s just so much out there to watch.

      Titans quickly became my new favorite superhero show. Not only am I eagerly anticipating Season 2- but I’m extremely excited for the Doom Patrol series (and kinda wanting a Hawk & Dove spinoff- I’m not gonna lie). H&D were standouts in the show- that last episode with their origins was my favorite episode of television last year. I’m excited to see where this new franchise goes.

  3. Titans has turned into my favorite DC TV series, topping even The Flash.
    This finale had me so hyped by the end I had to go tell my roommates how awesome it was, much to their puzzlement as they are total NPCs ( in a good way).

  4. Definitely starfire cast has got to change….. dont like the cast very much…. i hope the story plot been better in season 2….. dont like the story… and i want to comment about another series related batman…..everyone likes batman… but many producers dont have guts make Batman series….. why all producers always connecting to batman story but never have the guts to make series….. it’s like teasing and bullying batman fans….

    1. Felix Haryanto I disagree. Prior to watching the show I too thought the Starfire actress wasn’t going to work. After seeing the show the actress grew on me and I actually like her portrayal of Starfire.

  5. I really enjoyed this about 7/10 until the end which is one of the worst endings I’ve seen in while for a show. Like my damn it was terrible all the scenarios, little subplot ina dream sequence, portraying of Gotham ,and especially everything about batman it was a terrible ending. Then following with a cliff hanger so that the arc of the story has to finished the next season not this one which is one of the worst ways to end a season to a weekly TV show

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