The scene then cuts to Dick exploring Wayne Manor’s halls and pausing on the portrait of a young Bruce with his parents. Dawn is in the hospital with Hank at her side while Dick is outside the room looking in on the couple. The Nuclear Family are chuffed to have successfully completed their mission, but unbeknownst to them, Starfire (Anna Diop) is right behind them. Everyone is a suspect in the investigation to find out who killed the two test-subject Titans. He implores that she must learn to channel and control that emotion if she ever wants to deal with it. Dick and Kory continue to unravel the mystery behind Rachel and the people following her. This might explain the soul-self’s erratic nature. The family, sans father, reports their failure to Dr. Adamson. Once Rachel is out of earshot, Starfire asks the nun what Rachel’s mother, Melissa, was protecting her from when they were first at the convent. He goes on to clarify that the loss isn’t going away but it can be controlled and channeled. Starfire can read the writing but doesn’t know its meaning. Rachel finally let the demon in and the storage container Dick and Kory are in shakes, causing the two to run out and see smoke coming from the convent while hundreds of birds fly away. Snowpiercer Season 1 Episode 7 recap: The Universe is Indifferent Snowpiercer season 1 episode 6 recap: Trouble Comes Sideways Part of me wonders if DC Universe will see sense and cast someone as Batman for the second season, much like Supergirl did with Superman, to avoid the continued lack of authenticity in having a silhouette fill in for such an iconic character. We'll never pass along your email address to spammers, scammers, or the like. The series was first greenlit in late September 2002, with Japanese-American animator Glen Murakami signed on. In confronting Dick in angry Rachel loses control and her demon-like persona emerges and causes the glass around the parking lot to shatter. She sends Rachel back to the car, but the girl clearly sees Starfire taking out the thugs. Previously on Titans, viewers were introduced to Hawk and Dove and while this episode, “Origins,” features them, the main focus is on Kory.In my past reviews, I have criticized Kory’s new origin as well as her current costume. When the Family park at a rest stop in the third Titans episode, Starfire burns the father to a crisp and asks Rachel to join her. Be sure to comment below! Written Content is Copyright © 2020 But Why Tho? Girl power to the tune of Boney M! Mikasa begins to lose hope once she hears of the deaths in Armin's squad, but the appearance of a new type of Titan stokes her will to fight. Dick follows Starfire and Rachel using his Bird-tablet. Meanwhile, the cadets pick which military branch they’ll be joining, but after the harrowing events in the Trost attack, many are uncertain which branch to choose. Rachel runs away from the burning convent toward the adjacent woods in some of the best cinematography featured in the show thus far. As the smaller Titans flood the city, the two kids watch in horror as their mother is eaten alive. The room is littered with references to ravens as well as pictures of Rachel. She also tells him about the death of his partner Amy Rohrbach (Lindsay Gort). In the present day, Dick learns of both Kory’s break-in at Rachel’s home and Amy’s death. The raven is significant in this case, and mortality rates spike on Rachel’s birthday every year. I know the show has plans going forward to cast an actor as Batman but until then this seems like a very odd creative choice. in a month. Dick informs them that the police are looking for them, but Rachel abruptly steers the conversation to Dick’s intention to leave her behind. Instead of killing the family he offers them another chance and says he will get them a new dad. With the Female Titan still chasing after Levi's squad, Eren considers turning himself into his Titan form, but Levi tells him to choose to be either a monster or a member of the Recon Corps. Kory tries to tell Dick about the strange family after Rachel but he blows it off and accuses Kory of kidnapping. Well, briefly anyway. 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Kory tells Rachel there are people out there who are trying to hurt her but she isn’t. Kory and Rachel pull up to the covenant where a nun is surprised to see Kory is back. Dove is recovering in the hospital with Hawk by her side when Dick pays a visit. The nun explains that they were running from Rachel’s father, who Melissa felt was a danger to them. There he confronts Kory and informs Rachel they need to leave but is met with hostility. This plan spectacularly backfires, because Rachel’s soul-self appears in the mirror and asks her to ‘let me in’. Starfire still has no memories of her life, so she decides to head to St. Paul’s in the hopes of uncovering more information about herself. Is his strategy genius, or does it spell certain death for the scouts? Previously on Titans, viewers were introduced to Hawk and Dove and while this episode, “Origins,” features them, the main focus is on Kory.In my past reviews, I have criticized Kory’s new origin as well as her current costume. The nun informs Kory that she was at the convent a year ago looking for Rachel because people were tracking her but is unable to tell Kory who was looking for Rachel. ... Titans season finale recap: Shadow of the Bat. Kory informs Rachel of her history at St. Paul’s convent, showing her a picture of her mother and her as a baby with a collection of nuns. Kory finds a storage unit lined with pictures of Rachel, maps, newspaper clippings, an odd machine resembling a tanning bed exuding purple light and numerous manuscripts in a language Kory can speak, but doesn’t understand. Bad move to make in front of Starfire. As Rachel tries to escape through a bathroom window, Kory blows a hole in the side of the building, frying the father in the process. Recent events force Dick to reflect on his childhood following his parents’ death. She always will be because the loss she feels will always be there. MORE While Kory is driving with Rachel and asks again if they have met. Dick arrives and notices multiple depictions of ravens on the documents lining the wall. The nun at St Paul’s (Meagen Fay) recognises Starfire from a year ago when she came looking for Rachel because ‘they’ had found her. The first season of Teen Titans aired on Cartoon Network. Adamson’ (Reed Birney), the man who activated them in the second episode. But with the government's bloodstained history and vocal dissenters in the military ranks, the biggest threat to humankind may not be the Titans. It is an excruciatingly overlong scene where the director is trying to show off how cool technology is, but really it just comes off as cringe-worthy. Your favorite teams, topics, and players all on your favorite mobile devices. Across the road from the convent is a skating club and Starfire has a key to one of their lockers, which surprisingly hides yet another key. The latest episode of The Titan Games was all about pure power. The fun is broken up when Dick arrives. We return to Dick and Rachel who are now back at the convent. Rachel says no and Kory snaps at her to be quiet so she can think. After her foray in Vienna (in the pilot episode of Titans), Starfire had tracked Rachel to her home in Traverse City, which she discovered was a crime scene. He is frustrated that they were thwarted by someone other than Rachel. She and Rachel bond on their long road trip. Recap guide / thumbnail previews for all episodes of "Attack on Titan" Season 1 . Plans are made to use Eren's Titan powers to seal the hole in the wall in an attempt reclaim Trost. Getting into the building might be possible, but getting out alive and refueled will mean facing more of the giants. Previously on Titans, viewers were introduced to Hawk and Dove and while this episode, “Origins,” features them, the main focus is on Kory. It isn’t a pep talk as much as Dick being a jerk. That persona rings true as the darkness within Rachel is unleashed full force back at the convent. Dick appears unscathed as well. The nun is able to identify the strange key Kory has had since the pilot episode as belonging to a scooter palace from down the road. The season aired on Kids' WB Saturday mornings at 8:30 A.M. EST, beginning on November 1, 2003. Dick is finally able to catch up with Kory’s car and tracks her and Rachel to the skating rink. He finds the gas station where Kory rescued Rachel earlier and steals security camera footage from the shop. There’s a cassette tape of her voice from November, 2017 detailing her investigation on Rachel and a Russian trafficking ring. Titans Season 1 Episode 11. 1x22 "The Defeated: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 6", 1x21 "Crushing Blow: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 5", 1x20 "Erwin Smith: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 4", 1x19 "Bite: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 3", 1x18 "Forest of Giant Trees: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 2", 1x17 "Female Titan: The 57th Exterior Scouting Mission, Part 1", 1x16 "What Needs to be Done Now: Eve of the Counterattack, Part 3", 1x15 "Special Operations Squad: Eve of the Counterattack, Part 2", 1x14 "Can't Look into His Eyes Yet: Eve of the Counterattack, Part 1", 1x13 "Primal Desire: The Struggle for Trost, Part 9", 1x12 "Wound: The Struggle for Trost, Part 8", 1x11 "Idol: The Struggle for Trost, Part 7", 1x10 "Response: The Struggle for Trost, Part 6", 1x9 "Whereabouts of His Left Arm: The Struggle for Trost, Part 5", 1x8 "I Can Hear His Heartbeat: The Struggle for Trost, Part 4", 1x7 "Small Blade: The Struggle for Trost, Part 3", 1x6 "The World the Girl Saw: The Struggle for Trost, Part 2", 1x5 "First Battle: The Struggle for Trost, Part 1", 1x4 "The Night of the Closing Ceremony: Humanity's Comeback, Part 2", 1x3 "A Dim Light Amid Despair: Humanity's Comeback, Part 1", 1x2 "That Day: The Fall of Shiganshina, Part 2", 1x1 "To You, in 2000 Years: The Fall of Shiganshina, Part 1". His character development here is so important. Rachel tells him she wasn’t kidnapped but instead saved. What’s worse is, Dick leaves Rachel alone in the chapel when he hears Starfire run off with his car. Rachel asks the nun why her mother brought her here as a child and the nun tells her to protect though she doesn’t know what from. Kelly Shanaphy is a superhero nerd and writer still dreaming of joining the X-Men. It immediately reminded me of the Star Wars prequels whenever Obi-Wan or Anakin flip around. Instead, she is aggressive and brash which works against her “light” based powers. Elsewhere in the city, Mikasa manages to take out several of the monsters, which brings back tragic memories of her past and the first time she met Eren. All it took was brutally attacking three innocent cops patrolling the house. Titan Season 1 Episode 3 Recap. Dick hacks into the gas station office computer and is able to download the security footage from the scene. She is alone. Dick then gets a call from a fellow detective giving him an update on the Roth case. Dick is on the highway clearly tracking down the lead to find Kory and Rachel. Even Bruce inviting Dick to become his sidekick as Robin is relegated to a cryptic letter.