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Titans: Beast Boy Reveals His Favorite Transformation in New Clip

With only a little over two weeks to go before its premiere, a new promo for Titans has been released featuring its resident shapeshifter, Beast Boy, in all his glory.

Beast Boy, known by his human name Gar Logan, is shown transforming into a tiger and back again to the dismay of his friends, who look like they've just come to terms with the fact that nudity is just part of the process for the hero's abilities.

"Tigers have always been my favorite," Beast Boy explains in the clip, appearing unashamed. "Ever since I was a kid."

Video of Beast Boy transforming into a tiger (and back again) can be found at Entertainment Weekly

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His new teammate, Robin (Brenton Thwaites), replies with a less than enthusiastic, "Do you have to be naked?" Meanwhile, their fellow Titan, Starfire (Anna Diop), stands by and giggles.

Titans is the first original series slated to premiere on the new DC Universe streaming service, which launched on Sept. 15. Based on the popular Teen Titans Go! property, the show has been in the pipeline for the past four years. The series will begin with the team not yet fully formed, letting viewers see how Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy and Raven (played by newcomer Teagan Croft) first meet up and band together against evil outside forces.

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The world premiere of Titans will screen at New York Comic Con on Oct. 3 before making the leap to DC Universe on Oct.12, with new episodes scheduled for release every Friday.

Titans is executive produced by Greg Berlanti, known by Arrowverse fans as a producer of The Flash, Supergirl, Black Lightning and Arrow. The series is co-executive produced by DC Comics' Geoff Johns and screenwriter Akiva Goldsman. The show's cast includes Anna Diop (Starfire/Koriand'r), Ryan Potter (Beast Boy/Gar Logan), Teagan Croft (Raven/Rachel Roth), Brenton Thwaites (Robin/Dick Grayson), Minka Kelly (Dove/Dawn Granger) and Alan Ritchson (Hawk/Hank Hall).

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