One picture features Donna (Conor Leslie) smiling at a man that looks like Brenton Thwaites’ Dick Grayson a.k.a. Robin.
DC Universe has revealed the first look at Conor Leslie’s take on Donna Troy for its series, Titans. The original Wonder Girl is set to make an appearance in November 30 episode of the series.
The streaming service has unleashed four pictures glimpsing at the character. Taken from upcoming episode 8, which is properly titled “Donna Troy”, the photos see “The Man in the High Castle” actress donning civilian attire.
Donna Troy, played by @ConorLeslie, makes her @DCUTitans debut on 11/30! Head here for your first look at the new character: https://t.co/VFr8a7QXil pic.twitter.com/Xf7hg2Ruwk— DC (@DCComics) November 20, 2018
One picture features Donna smiling at a man that looks like Brenton Thwaites’ Dick Grayson a.k.a. Robin. Another picture, meanwhile, sees Donna looking seriously at something on her computer screen. At one moment, she can be seen taking some photos at dead tigers.
Conor Leslie portrays Wonder Girl’s alter-ego on “Titans”.
Donna Troy is described as “an intriguing character for the show to introduce because unlike the other superheroes who have made guest appearances, Wonder Girl is traditionally a member of the team.” Since all the photos feature Donna in her casual ensemble, it seems like fans won’t be seeing her donning her Wonder Girl suit just yet.
Donna Troy is set to debut in the November 30 episode of the DC Universe series.
Donna a.k.a. Wonder Girl first appeared in 1965 in “The Brave and The Bold” #60. Created by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani, she is originally as a younger version of Wonder Woman, but since evolved into a completely different Amazonian hero. Donna was instrumental in the founding of the original Teen Titans team that was made of Robin, Wally West and Aqualad. It is her involvement that put the half of lineup together.
The episode featuring the character will be titled “Donna Troy”.
Also starring Anna Diop as Starfire, Teagan Croft as Raven, and Ryan Potter as Beast Boy, “Titans” follows young soon-to-be superheroes that come from every corner of the DC Universe who are led by Grayson. On this action-packed series, Dick Grayson emerges from the shadows to become the leader of a fearless band of new heroes.
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