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Dragula: Meet the Titans

The moment all Dragula fans have been waiting for, the first all-star titans line up, and the lineup has not disappointed at all. The series has accumulated four seasons and a resurrection special with past ghouls returning for one of the specials. Titans will be a 10-episode from the main competition with 10 fan favorites returning to compete for a $100,000 prize and a spot on the franchise’s upcoming world tour.

Ghouls from across the past four seasons are back to finish what they started. Not only were they introduced by the Boulet brothers (and to their new single RIP) against a brand new stage for their floor show, but the budget this time is bigger and better. So let’s see how’s back for blood, and grab that title of Dragula’s next drag super monster. 

Hoso Terra Toma (Season 4) “Oh, trust me, [Titans is] just insane gag after gag. Gagula, honey!

Back to finish what they started is superstar Hoso Terra Toma, Hoso made it to the final four and presented some of the most high-end conceptual looks. Hoso’s drag is ever-changing and they plan on unleashing their demented and deranged visions on Titans and beyond. Who can forget looks such as emo ’00s, and of course the discrimination brought against Asians during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Abhora (season 2) “[Titans is] hell — all nine circles of it at once! In the best and craziest ways imaginable.”

Fan favorite and season 2 finalist, Abhora describes themselves as “Your worst fears and your greatest delights” all wrapped up in a bloody, beautiful mess.” Season two saw Abhora cause havoc, and brought some looks that drew attention. Their teaser look is no different…. A fairytale turned nightmare. To fans, they know her for her showstopping main floor antics, stilts, guts, and much more!

Astrud Aurelia (season 4) “Forget everything you thought you knew about The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula because we’re showing that, once again, monsters are re-writing the drag rulebook!”

Leaving far too soon in Season 4, Astrud returns to finish what she started. Shedding her skin and evolving into a reptilian drag creature ready to serve and present “Everything BUT human.” 

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Evah Destruction (season 3) “[Titans is] total drag excellence, and the twists? Oh, they are there, one after another — nobody is ready for this season!”

Evah is back for more destruction, hailed as the frontrunner for season 3, the hair ghoul continues to showcase that “all hair is beautiful” whether in drag or in everyday life. 

Kendra Onixxx (Season 2, Resurrection)”Titans is something completely different that fans are not ready for. Buckle up!”

One of the fiercest performers to ever compete on The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula, Kendra’s high-energy stage shows and edgy fashion flare make her a Titan that should not be underestimated. Kendra’s drag has evolved “ten-fold” since her time on Resurrection, and with her, unapologetically Black aesthetic now fully formed and refined, she’s hungry to slay the third time around.

Victoria Elizabeth Black (season 2, Resurrection)”Titans was an electrifying, unpredictable, and absolutely disgusting experience, with sickening competition all around!”

Victoria is a shape-shifting ghoul that marries her expert special effects and set design skills with top-notch horror references to bring true nightmarish looks and stage performances to life. Victoria plans to push drag beyond the normal realms of possibility and create a world for monsters and queer art to flourish. Post-Resurrection, she’s mastered the “art of Victoria,” and is ready to slaughter any challenge (or competitor) on her way to the crown.

Yovska (season 3)”[Expect] more chaos and drama than your grandma’s telenovela!”

The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula‘s very own viral monster from season 3, Yovska is back to haunt your digital dreams long after you sign off. Self-described as “the Trisha Paytas of the underworld,” Yovska has taken the time to hone their craft and crank up the crazy, campy, and terrifying drag further than any masked monster has taken it before. Yovska perfectly blurs the deranged and disturbed, and anything goes with this kooky, wildcard competitor.

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Erika Klash (season 2)“In our original seasons, the Boulets destroyed our physical bodies — this time, they’re torturing our souls!”

Endearingly known as “the cockroach of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula” for surviving multiple exterminations in season 2. Erika will be here to show just how determined they are once again to prove they have what it takes to win the competition. Their style continues to evolve as demonic glitch-zombie crossing over from cyberspace since season 2 newfound specialty in costuming and UV-makeup proves that Erika is prepared to claw her way to the top, pixel by pixel. 

Koco Caine (season 4) “[Titans is a] nail-breaking, tuck-popping, wig-snatching battle to the death.”

The undisputed fan-favorite succubus of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula season 4, Koco is an ever-evolving artist bringing their ultimate glam-gore seductress back to our screens at level 100. Since their season, Koco has morphed into “the deadliest fetish femme fatale in the west,” This time around, they came to devour the competition.

Melissa Befierce (season 1): “Oh, honey, it’s going to leave you all gooped and gagged with your jaw hanging off the floor. This is the best season yet — periodt!”

The OG queen from Season one, Mellia Befierce is here to show new Dragula fans just what she can bring. She’s polished and “always looking for her 10s,” but she’s not afraid to give you her monster side on and off the main stage when needed. Since her season, Melissa has picked up prosthetics and creature makeup skills, mastered her high-energy performances and gags, and is prepared to “speak her mind” to any competitor who needs to be checked. Melissa wants to show that there’s a monster within every performer, no matter if you’re a killer beauty queen or not.

Dragula: The Titans will air weekly episodes will come out on Shudder and AMC+, premiering Tuesday 25th October just in time for Halloween!

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Kirsty Bright is a copywriter and freelancer living across the pond in the U.K.. Her free time is used wisely by spending too much money on drag shows and getting distracted watching YouTube series UNHhhh.

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