Not that we don’t want to see one of our favourite DC superhero combinations back in action. But the few villains making their debut in Titans Season 4 have us giddy with anticipation. You did read that right: The HBO Max original series’ fourth season will have a number of supervillains.
We don’t want to reveal too much just yet, but we will say that the titular heroes will come up against some of their most challenging adversaries. Who are the Titans season four villains, then? Find out by reading on.
Who is the bad guy in Titans’ fourth season?
Viewers of the fourth season of Titans may anticipate at least three major supervillains, including Brother Blood, Jinx, and Mother Mayhem, in addition to infamous antagonist Lex Luthor (Titus Welliver).
Mother Mayhem is “a high-ranking member of the Church of Blood, traditionally the lady who will bear the next Brother Blood,” according to the DC Database. She married the then-Blood while residing in Zandia and was the mother of his heir. Fans of Titans will get to know May Bennett in Season 4, the mother of the ninth Brother Blood and the second person to go by Mother Mayhem.
In relation to Brother Blood, the infamous supervillain is “head priest of the Church of Blood, an organisation in Zandia that worships the Trigon and seeks to gain more power. He appears young, yet by taking a bath in the Pool of Blood, he becomes immortal.” Sebastian Sanger, the protagonist of Titans, is a taxidermy shop owner who begins to experience blood hallucinations and chanting.
Jinx is the last but not least. According to the DC Database, she is “supervillain who uses magic who opposes the Teen Titans. She is primarily a member of the Fearsome Five, fighting alongside Gizmo, Mammoth, Psimon, and Shimmer. She has also belonged to Villainy, Inc., the Secret Society of Super-Villains, and the Injustice League.”
Wow, Titans’ battles between Jinx and Raven and Kori are much anticipated.
Brother Blood, according to Joseph Morgan, is very different.
Joseph Morgan teased his portrayal of Brother Blood in an interview with Den of Geek before to the Season 4 debut. According to the actor, who is best known for playing Klaus on The Originals, his interpretation of the supervillain is “a man who sets out with lofty goals and the desire to transform the world. The ego then takes over as it begins to actually occur for him.”
When asked how he prepared for his Titans part, Joseph acknowledged that he “Of course, he reminded me a little of Joaquin Phoenix in Joker, but he seemed a little more disaffected. Since the beginning, he had a little more edge.”
He continued, “I felt like my role was more like Norman Bates, extremely kind and tender. “I was considering portraying Sebastian in a more aggressive manner, with a bit more of the fury stemming from being rejected by society.”
The British man eventually heeded his wife’s counsel and gave the character a “kind, innocent, and lovely” quality since doing so would provide him a longer story arc and a more engaging trip.