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Titans: DC featurette teases classic costumes for Raven and Starfire

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Oct 17, 2018, 12:16 PM EDT

The long-awaited Titans show is now underway on DC Universe and while critics are split over its quality, the series does some interesting things with some very classic characters.

When it comes to Robin (Brenton Thwaites), Raven (Teagan Croft), and Starfire (Anna Diop), costumes are very important; Beast Boy not so much since his power requires him to be naked most of the time. When we first meet Dick Grayson, he's already established as Robin (suit and all), while Raven and Starfire are just starting to learn about their unique abilities. 

In a new featurette in DC Daily's 23rd episode, a behind-the-scenes look at the new series teases the classic look for those two characters: Raven's cloak and Starfire's purple costume. 

"Raven ... is kind of a doorway to horror. You have Starfire who is a doorway to the extraterrestrial and science fiction," says EP/writer Geoff Johns in the video. 

Check out the costume images below:

Raven Titans

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Starfire Titans

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"Inside of [Raven's] head, she knows there’s something wrong with her, and it’s a power, whenever she gets emotional, or angry, or sad, but she doesn't know anything about it, she doesn't know where it comes from, she doesn't know why it happens ... She just wants to know anything about herself and she wants somebody to understand her," Teagan Croft said at the show's world premiere in New York

"It's fun man. I feel like an alien sometimes," Diop said on the rep carpet. "It's fun to explore what it's like to not understand the world around you and to figure it out and to try and assimilate to it."

So far, only one episode of Titans has aired on the DC Universe streaming service. The second episode of the first season ("Hawk and Dove") airs this Friday, Oct. 19.

If you weren't too impressed by the initial episode, trust us when we say that Episode 2 really gets things going, especially with the introduction of Hawk (Alan Ritchson) and Dove (Minka Kelly).