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Titans Season 2: What Iain Glen Could Look Like As Batman

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Here's what Iain Glen could look like as Batman in Titans season 2. The series was the first original live-action series to debut on DC Universe, DC's digital service that combines movies, TV, and comics. When Titans launched last year, it focused on a young group of heroes that was led by Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites). While he still wears the Robin costume in the show, Dick has completely removed himself from a working relationship with the Dark Knight - as made clear from the debut trailer's shocking "f*ck Batman" line.

The first season of Titans largely made good on this sentiment, even though Batman did have a small role as the season progressed. Bruce Wayne made a few minor appearances, but the show smartly decided not to fully feature him in any way. They would obscure his face or only show him from certain angles, so that they could now cast Game of Thrones' Iain Glen as Batman for season 2.

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With another new version of Batman coming soon, one of the major points of interest for fans is what Glen will look like in the suit. Thanks to a piece of art from fan artist J Hammond (via Reddit), we can now see one variation of how Titans' Batman could look. Of course, this is just a piece of fan art and the final look could be incredibly different, but Glen looks great in the suit regardless.

Thanks to his fan-favorite turn as Jorah Mormont in Game of Thrones, there is an incredible amount of excitement to see what Glen's version of Batman will be like. If this piece of art is any indication, the grizzled look of an older Bruce Wayne should be right in Glen's wheelhouse. While it will likely still be some time before an official look at Glen in the Batsuit is released, they have already revealed some details on what his role is going to be in season 2.

The relationship between Dick and Bruce is clearly splintered when Titans begins, but Bruce's mission in season 2 will be to try and mend these fences. He is hoping to help the Titans succeed as being heroes and is said to be just as passionate about his heroic duties now as he was in his younger days. With Deathstroke and many more characters coming for the new season, the Titans may very well need the advice, resources, or fighting skills of Batman.

More: Titans' Bruce Wayne Casting Can Fix Season 1's Batman Problem

Titans season 2 premieres Fall 2019 on DC Universe.

Source: J. Hammond [via Reddit]

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