Titans fans: Everything you can do while waiting for season 2

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NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 03: Titans Cast Members (L-R) Minka Kelly, Teagan Croft, Anna Diop, Brenton Thwaites, Alan Ritchson and Ryan Potter attend DC UNIVERSE’s Titans World Premiere on October 3, 2018 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for DC UNIVERSE)

Show the Titans crew some love and appreciation

Seriously, the first season of Titans took thousands of hours of works, both on set and behind the scenes. Even when you have a comic book predecessor to base the live-action script on, it takes a lot of care from everyone involved in the production before we can appreciate the team’s on-screen incarnations and all their characterization. However, the writers, actors, producers, and everyone involved should know that you appreciate that work.

DC Universe brought the Titans to life. Literally, they’re in a live-action series now. Since Twitter is already 12 layers of toxic at any given moment, take some time and @ your faves (which should be everyone involved in the series).

If you’re coming up with a bit of writer’s block, send the writers or a cast member a GIF of your favorite scene from the first season. Let them know why you love that moment. If you’re like us and choosing between your favorite Titans scene is like choosing your favorite fictional character, then tag the Titans crew in an entire thread.

Otherwise, you can tag them in your fan art, cosplays, or video edits. Very few people hate art, and we doubt that any of the creators or cast members have a vendetta against respectful fan art or edits.

Because everyone is different degrees of busy, the cast and crew might not respond to your Tweets, tags, or subtweets. (We get it. We like to subtly reference our faves, too). However, that shouldn’t stop you from letting you know why you love their work.

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Naturally, there are a lot fandom-specific hobbies you can develop while you wait for Titans season 2 to arrive on DC Universe. You could even get invested in another fandom entirely. If the not-so-subtle hints at the start of the article weren’t noticeable enough, then we suggest getting into Doom Patrol (the various comic runs and the series).