History Comicbook / Raven

20th Jul '17 8:09:08 AM Alden2
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* IdiotBall: When Raven first came to Earth, she asked for help to the Justice League. They did not help her: Zatanna senses a great evil in her. So, she created a new group, reuniting the disbanded teen titans. And, as she explained them, the evil that Zatanna felt is that Raven is Trigon's daugther; even when she completely refuses him and tries as much as possible to prevent his arrival. Sounds fine... but didn't she told ''that'' to the League? After all, she never denied or concealed on purpose her relation with Trigon, if it came as a reveal was because she usually says very little.

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* IdiotBall: When Raven first came to Earth, she asked for help to the Justice League. They did not help her: Zatanna senses a great evil in her. So, she created a new group, reuniting the disbanded teen titans. And, as she explained them, the evil that Zatanna felt is that Raven is Trigon's daugther; even when she completely refuses him and tries as much as possible to prevent his arrival. Sounds fine... but didn't she told tell ''that'' to the League? After all, she never denied or concealed on purpose her relation with Trigon, if it came as a reveal was because she usually says very little.
14th Jul '17 2:41:38 PM xcountryguy
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** In the non-canon ''New Teen Titans: Games'' graphic novel, one of the Gamesmaster's playing pieces is revealed to be [[spoiler: an unnamed half sister who was abandoned and cast to Earth when she was a baby. The child grew up inside Arkham Asylum and her abilities made the insanity of the other inmates even worse. Raven manages to purge her sister's madness just before she dies thanks to the self destruct device implanted in all of the playing pieces, but before she dies Raven is able to give her a name so her soul can rest in peace: Azara.]]

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** In the non-canon ''New Teen Titans: Games'' graphic novel, one of the Gamesmaster's playing pieces is revealed to be [[spoiler: an [[spoiler:an unnamed half sister who was abandoned and cast to Earth when she was a baby. The child grew up inside Arkham Asylum and her abilities made the insanity of the other inmates even worse. Raven manages to purge her sister's madness just before she dies thanks to the self destruct device implanted in all of the playing pieces, but before she dies Raven is able to give her a name so her soul can rest in peace: Azara.]]



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7th Jul '17 8:14:06 PM Manny20444
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* MsFanservice: Especially in the modern depictions of Raven where she has a more shapely body, a much larger bust size, shapely legs, and attractive costumes (especially the dresses and unitard).

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* MsFanservice: Especially in the modern depictions of Raven where she has a more shapely very voluptuous body, a much larger bust large breasts size, long shapely legs, and the tendency that to wear attractive costumes (especially the dresses and unitard).
7th May '17 7:34:32 AM Anicomicgeek
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* AdaptationalHeroism: Both of her incarnations in the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' cartoon and ''Characters/DCAnimatedNew52'' universe are much less willing to go through the Trigon-induced HeelFaceRevolvingDoor that her comics counterpart.
23rd Apr '17 11:45:16 AM nombretomado
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Raven is a Creator/DCComics character, a superheroine that often bounces between being a heroine and a villainness due to her demonic heritage being the daughter of Trigon the Terrible, the DC Comics equivalent of {{Satan}}. She's created by writer Marv Wolfman and artist George Perez and usually associates herself with the Comicbook/TeenTitans, although the character herself grew in popularity due to her dark nature, further boosted with the [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans cartoon series]] thanks to her SugarAndIcePersonality-peppered DeadpanSnarker portrayal (especially with TaraStrong voicing her).

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Raven is a Creator/DCComics character, a superheroine that often bounces between being a heroine and a villainness due to her demonic heritage being the daughter of Trigon the Terrible, the DC Comics equivalent of {{Satan}}. She's created by writer Marv Wolfman and artist George Perez and usually associates herself with the Comicbook/TeenTitans, although the character herself grew in popularity due to her dark nature, further boosted with the [[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans cartoon series]] thanks to her SugarAndIcePersonality-peppered DeadpanSnarker portrayal (especially with TaraStrong Creator/TaraStrong voicing her).
8th Apr '17 5:41:29 PM Tavernier
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* ResurrectedRomance: After coming back from the dead during Geoff Johns' run, she began a long and troubled romance with Beast Boy (which roughly coincided with both of their cartoon selves becoming a Fan-Preferred Couple); they spent roughly a decade passing through WillTheyOrWontThey and settled on TheyDo when ''Flashpoint'' hit.
19th Mar '17 5:01:51 AM rafi
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* HappilyAdopted: Raven is taken in by her human aunt and uncle at the beginning of her 2016 miniseries, and by the time it ends she's shown to enjoy being part of their family.

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* HappilyAdopted: In the New 52. Raven is taken in by her human aunt and uncle at the beginning of her 2016 miniseries, and by the time it ends she's shown to enjoy being part of their family.
18th Mar '17 7:08:52 PM smokeycut
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* HappilyAdopted: Raven is taken in by her human aunt and uncle at the beginning of her 2016 miniseries, and by the time it ends she's shown to enjoy being part of their family.
3rd Mar '17 12:11:22 PM AlternativeCola
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* BaldWomen: In her first appearance in the 2003 ''Teen Titans'' series. She would sport BoyishShortHair a few issues later, then sporting shoulder-length hair before growing her hair long after ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis''.
11th Feb '17 3:39:12 PM Tavernier
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* DependingOnTheWriter: Raven's heritage is generally described as "evil" but the particulars tend to waver depending on whether Trigon is considered an evil Elder God from AnotherDimension or a straight-up [[DemonsLordsAndArchdevils lord of Hell]]. Pre-Flashpoint, writers who placed Trigon as a demon from Hell also hooked him into a few demonic family trees, which inadvertently turned Raven into ''[[Comicbook/{{Etrigan}} Etrigan's aunt]]''.

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* DependingOnTheWriter: Raven's heritage is generally described as "evil" but the particulars tend to waver depending on whether Trigon is considered an evil Elder God from AnotherDimension or a straight-up [[DemonsLordsAndArchdevils [[DemonLordsAndArchdevils lord of Hell]]. Pre-Flashpoint, writers who placed Trigon as a demon from Hell also hooked him into a few demonic family trees, which inadvertently turned Raven into ''[[Comicbook/{{Etrigan}} Etrigan's aunt]]''.
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