After a cathartic reckoning with Bruce Wayne, Dick reforms the Titans and sets out to train Rachel, Gar, and Jason to become the next generation of Titans. But the secrets of his past still haunt him and threaten to undo everything he's trying to accomplish.
With her memories newly restored, Kory is caught between two worlds: her life on Earth and the one she left behind on Tamaran. But when a member of her royal guard comes to bring her home to deal with an uprising that will have consequences for her and her world, Kory is forced to choose between her two families.
After saving the Titans and defeating her father, the demon Trigon, Rachel struggles to understand and control the new powers that are manifesting within her. With the Titans being the only family she has left, Rachel desperately wants everyone to stay together and questions whether or not it's safe to come clean about what's really going on with her.
Gar is thrilled to be a Titan. He wholly believes in the team's mission, their power, and potential for goodness, and will preach it to anyone who is doubtful. Even when times are bleak, Gar will stop at nothing to keep the flame of the Titans alive.
Jason is sent by Bruce Wayne to live in Titans Tower and train alongside Rachel and Gar. But Jason's rebellious nature and know-it-all attitude constantly clashes with Dick's authority. Jason's resentment continues to build, ultimately reaching a boiling point while living under Dick's control.
Donna, while reluctant to rejoin, decides to confront her past in effort to help the Titans' future. But the trauma from the first iteration of the Titans can't be suppressed forever. Donna faces the darkness of her own past, and it affects her in ways she never expected.
Cloned in Cadmus Laboratories, Conner Kent possesses the DNA of both Superman and Lex Luthor. After escaping from Cadmus, Conner searches for purpose and the truth about his past. While looking for answers, he crashes into the world of the Titans where he finds an unlikely home and surrogate family as well as revelations that carry more complications than he ever bargained for.
In an attempt to move on and live a "normal" life, Hank and Dawn move to Wyoming, but it's a struggle to leave their old ways behind. With opposing agendas for what they want out of their new life, Hank and Dawn find themselves at a crossroads. How can they move on when there are still so many people in the world that need their help? Soon enough, the secrets of the original Titans pull them back into the hero life.
While serving his country, Slade Wilson became an elite soldier and voluntarily underwent government testing, which enhanced his physiology to near superhuman levels. But after being burned by the country he loved so much, Slade pursues a path of darkness and becomes one of the world's most deadly assassins. Slade has a deep and twisted history with the original Titans and when he learns that Dick is reestablishing the team he reemerges from the shadows to take them down once and for all.
Daughter of the deadly assassin, Deathstroke, Rose Wilson inherited some of her father's superhuman abilities, but even she is no match for the deadly foe. After barely escaping an encounter with her lethal father, the Titans take her in and train her as one of their own, but that doesn't necessarily mean they trust her.