DC Titans Brother Blood Actor Gives Update On Supersuit

Joseph Morgan, who will play Brother Blood on Titans, teases a potential super suit for the DC villain. Since Titans season 1, the DC TV show has taken several iconic villains from the Teen Titans mythology and brought them to screen. In Titans season 1, the show pit the heroes against Trigon, who is Rachel Roth, a.k.a. Raven's biological father. Following Trigon came Slade Wilson, a.k.a. Deathstroke, who had previously taken on the Titans before Dick Grayson revived the superhero team.

Titans season 3 took a bit of a different route as the HBO Max show took the group into Gotham City, where they dealt with a major Batman villain and a former ally. Serving as a semi-adaptation of Batman: Death in the Family, Jason Todd, a.k.a. the second Robin, faced a grim fate before coming back from the dead to become Red Hood. However, the true villain of Titans season 3 was Jonathan Crane, a.k.a. Scarecrow, one of Batman's oldest enemies. As Titans is heading into season 4, the crew will again deal with a famous enemy of the Teen Titans in the form of Brother Blood.

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Joseph Morgan, famous for his role of Klaus Mikaelson in The CW's The Vampire Diaries franchise, primarily through The Originals, will be bringing Brother Blood to life in Titans season 4. As Titans season 4 has been busy filming in Toronto, Canada, the HBO Max series is close to finishing its upcoming season, which is set to arrive sometime in the fall. Morgan, who has been sharing his experience filming Titans over social media, was recently asked by a fan if Brother Blood will get a costume. Without giving any spoilers, Morgan teased that it "has been neither confirmed nor denied ;)," stating the following:

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This won't be the first time Brother Blood appears in live-action, especially in a Greg Berlanti-produced DC TV show. In Arrow season 2, Kevin Alejandro played a grounded version of Sebastian Blood, who was a big bad that season. While the Arrowverse drama took some creative freedom with their Brother Blood, the end of Arrow season 2 saw Sebastian come around and turn on Deathstroke. Given that Titans already started very fantastical, their Brother Blood will be closer to the comics than the iteration on The CW. A key difference is the addition of Franka Potente's May Bennett, a.k.a. Mother Mayhem, who is connected to Sebastian in the comics.

Brother Blood has undergone several comic interpretations and has always had a very demon-like uniform. Since Titans is known for their very comic-accurate costumes, it will not be a shock if the show adopts a reasonably similar design, making it one of the wilder looks in the series. Laura Jean Shannon, who has worked on the Titans costume since season 1, always finds a way to make a design that both translates well to screen while also making it fit within the world of the show. With Titans season 4 reportedly arriving in October, the show will soon give answers about Brother Blood's costume.

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