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Titans Season 2 Will Reportedly Feature Deathstroke and Ravager

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Following rumors that the superhero show is already adding Jericho, a new report suggests DC Universe's Titans Season 2 could feature his father and sister.

That Hashtag Show reports that Titans is looking to cast Slade Wilson/Deathstroke and Rose Wilson/Ravager. The Deathstroke casting call is for Latinx, Asian or Caucasian men between the ages of 40 and 55, whereas Rose Wilson should be a mixed Latinx or mixed Asian actress between the age of 18 and 22. The site doesn't confirm whether Ravager will follow her comic book origin and be the illegitimate child of Wilson and Lillian Worth.

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Titans' version of Deathstroke will apparently be different from the one fans have come to know in comics, animation and live-action. This new Slade Wilson is described as "a military man with a family but whose demanding nature tore that family apart." Although the news doesn't reveal what tore the Wilsons apart, Deathstroke is still "a dedicated and patriotic solider," despite being forced into early retirement.

In contrast, Ravager is described as "a strong, yet damaged woman looking to put her past behind her and find a new family to replace the one that her father destroyed." Considering Ravager's comic book counterpart has been depicted as both an enemy and member of the Teen Titans, it will be interesting to see how she fits into the show's dynamic. Either way, expect to see an equally different version of the character than Summer Glau's Arrowverse iteration.

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It's unclear how Deathstroke's appearance on DC Universe will affect Joe Manganiello's appearance in the DC Extended Universe.

Now streaming on DC Universe, Titans stars Brenton Thwaites as Dick Grayson, Anna Diop as Kory Anders, Teagan Croft as Rachel Roth and Ryan Potter as Garfield Logan, and guest starring Rachel Nichols as Angela, Seamus Dever as Trigon, Minka Kelly as Dawn Granger, Alan Ritchson as Hank Hall and Curran Walters as Jason Todd.

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