Titans Season 2 Casts Game of Thrones’ Iain Glen as Batman

Brenda Watkins
April 14, 2019

As Game of Thrones ends and Titans continues dropping F-bombs on DC Universe, the latter has founds its Batman in Iain Glen.

"After decades of fighting crime as Batman, billionaire Bruce Wayne is just as driven to protect Gotham from evil as he was in his prime".

Per our sister site Deadline, Glen will portray an older version of the character.

After surprising us all with a rather impressive first season, there's got to be a new level of anticipation going into Titans' sophomore run.

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A very talented DC fan by the name of Kunal Chopra took to Twitter to show off his impressive fan art that has Iain Glen donning Batman's iconic Batsuit. Dick Grayson and Bruce Wayne's relationship in the comics is complex and long-standing, and while Bruce can work as a standalone character (as he has in recent DCEU films), Dick Grayson's characterization feels incomplete without his mentor/ father figure.

Glen is best known for portraying the disgraced knight Jorah Mormount on HBO's Game of Thrones. As with any new group there are growing pains, and having Bruce Wayne's guidance would be incredibly helpful to ensure their success and to give the group a chance to live up to their full potential.

With the emphasis on Bruce Wayne in the description, it's impossible to tell if we'll ever see Glen in the cowl or not.

If you haven't watched Titans yet, here are a few reasons it's worth checking out. You can catch up on season 1 by streaming the show on DC Universe. Included on the team of misfit avengers is the vindictive and cunning alien princess Starfire (Anna Diop), the mysterious empath Raven (Teagan Croft), and the shape-shifting Beast Boy (Ryan Potter).

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