Titans season 3: Curran Walters teases his Red Hood costume

Titans -- Ep. 205 -- "Deathstroke" -- Photo Credit: Sven Frenzel / 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Titans -- Ep. 205 -- "Deathstroke" -- Photo Credit: Sven Frenzel / 2019 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved. /

Curran Walters, who portrays Jason Todd/Robin in DC’s Titans, has praised the character’s Red Hood costume in the upcoming Season 3 of what is now a HBO Max series.

Curran Walters is gearing up to drop the cape of Robin and sport some headgear and a motorcycle jacket as the Red Hood in season 3 of Titans. The former DC Universe series is now a HBO Max-exclusive and it was recently revealed that it would be adapting Jason Todd’s transformation into Red Hood.

Most recently, Walters – who has played Jason on the show since the first season – took to social media to praise the Red Hood costume.

While there aren’t any images of the costume thus far and there is no clear indication as to when he may appear or how they may tackle Todd’s own transition into the antihero, Walters revealed on his Twitter that Red Hood “LOOKS SO GOOD”.

As revealed during the Titans panel at the DC FanDome virtual event, Red Hood will appear next season and Walters, who was also at the panel, was up for the challenge.

While Dick Grayson’s (Brenton Thwaites) transition from the Robin to Nightwing personas was a slow-burn, there’s a strong possibility that Jason’s evolution into Red Hood may be a lot quicker, so it could come quite early in the season. After all, the audience has already stuck with Jason over one and a half seasons and are fully aware of his character and how quick he is to act – particularly when he feels wronged.

The creative team probably won’t go with a precise, comic-accurate depiction of Jim Starlin and Jim Aparo’s controversial late ’80s storyline Batman: A Death in the Family simply because that would be hard to condense into a 10-13 episode season. With that in mind, they could go for more of an adaptation of Batman: Under The Hood where you have Jason establish himself as the Red Hood for the very first time.

Therefore, we probably shouldn’t expect The Joker to have a connection to Jason’s transformation into the Red Hood persona. Then again, who knows.

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How do you think the Red Hood costume will look? How do you think Titans will handle Jason Todd’s transition from Robin to Red Hood? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!