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Robin and Raven's relationship is rarely ever at odds with one ddttrh.info two Robin And Raven, Teen Titans Robin, Original Teen Titans, Raven Beast Boy. The Teen Titans are one of comicdom's premier super-teams, but these 15 I don't agree with Robin and Starfire being on the list. . In all fairness, Raven and Dick Grayson were never actually a couple in the comics. These two Teen Titans members come from completely different worlds, Titans: 20 Strange Things About Robin And Starfire's Relationship . After the couple's attempt to get married was foiled by Raven, who appeared to.
While this did help cool their relationship, things never heated up like this before after this event took place. However, the love was still there, with the two often going off and on. It just happens to be one of the downfalls in a relationship when your girlfriend can fly.
The difference in height is also not as noticeable when the two are together, as Starfire is regularly seen levitating or flying. It just so happens that most Tamaraneans are naturally taller than most humans, but Robin has managed to make up for his shortcomings in other areas. While Grayson has been a bachelor all of his life, Starfire was married twice, and once only to solidify a peace treaty. Starfire is years old in Tamaran years, making her much more mature than her teenage colleagues, despite her youthful appearance.
Robin, on the other hand, was about 16 when he first met Starfire, making their relationship not only unorthodox but brings in the question of legality. When it comes to Starfire. Her natural thick skin also makes her nearly impenetrable to conventional means of damage.
Robin did propose to Starfire; however, their ceremony was thwarted by Raven, who was evil at the time. Call it cold feet, but Starfire suggested that they take a break after that. Sadly, a second marriage proposal never followed. Lost and scared on a new foreign planet, Robin became the first person outside of her legal guardian that she could place genuine trust in, and the first person who took the time to understand her.
Robin introducing her to the Teen Titans was a pivotal point in Starfire learning to not only trust humans, but learning how to love one. This was exhibited at a point where she believed Robin no longer cared for her, and she lost the ability to fly. Beast Boy assures her this is part of being human, and points out, "I think you've worried enough about the bad Art by Kenneth Rocafort.
After the events of the " Flashpoint " series, the history of the DC Universe was altered, resulting in The New Raven makes her New 52 debut in the first issue of the Phantom Stranger. There she is shown as a girl in a black and white striped sweater becoming distraught at a funeral over the level of overwhelming emotion that is emanating from the people there. Being told by a "higher power" what must be done, the reluctant Stranger unwillingly hands her over to Trigon. Raven, sporting a new costume, is introduced by Trigon as his "Black Bird of Terror" to his minions.
It is strongly suggested that Raven has been controlling Robin's emotions. During Trigon's invasion on Earth, she approaches a near dead Beast Boy who had been assaulted by Deathstroke earlier in the remains of the Ravagers facility.
We are birds of a feather now You are mine to control", as Raven mind-controls him and teleports them to New York where Trigon and the Teen Titans are in battle. He has a son from each world he's conquered, but Raven is his only daughter. Trigon let Raven's mother, Arellalive because he considered that Raven needed to be raised by humans so she could recreate the seven under-realms in her own image.
Arella fled with her daughter to Azarath where the monks taught her how to control her dark side and avoid Trigon's influence on her. Years later, she escaped from Azarath in order to protect her mentors and planet from Trigon and fled to the Earth where Phantom Stranger captured her for Trigon. Trigon thought he only needed to liberate her and not control her to make Raven have her own image.
Apparently impressed, Trigon handed her the Throne of the Under-realms to rule the place as Queen. The manipulated Titans attack, and while Raven and Beast Boy distract them and Trigon, Tim cuts through Trigon's eyes with his inertrite wings. Trigon, pulling out the wings from his eyes, compliments Tim before suddenly disappearing.
Soon after, a woman and a group of suited men come through a portal, informing that they will take Psimon into custody and make the incident appear as if it had never happened. When questioned about the police officers Psimon has killed, the woman reveals it has been an hallucination by Trigon, so therefore it has never happened. Raven and Beast Boy are re-accepted into the Teen Titans. Raven brings controversy to the team by revealing the flirtatious relationships Tim had when under Trigon's control.
Raven goes into her room, leaving the awkward situation behind. There, she summons her father, saying, "Father, I am one of them. Your plan worked perfectly", leaving questions on what side she is really playing for.
Meanwhile, Tim calls Raven aside, telling that if something happens to him, the team will look up to her to lead them. Forever Evil[ edit ] After the events of " Trinity War ", the Earth's greatest heroes are gone and the Crime Syndicate of America has taken over the world.
The Teen Titans challenge the Crime Syndicate, but are easily overpowered by Johnny Quick and Atomica and then flung into the time stream.
While the Titans are constantly flung through time, Raven is sent a few thousand years back in time. There, she is challenged by Etrigan the Demonwho recognizes her as Trigon's daughter and tries to kill her. Raven is saved by Wonder Girl, who suggests that the way to stop Raven's powers, since she was born and raised in a world between worlds, is to manipulate the energy within the time stream.
Raven succeeds in anchoring the Titans with her soul-self, teleporting them through time. Superboy Kon-El and Jon battle, and Kon triumphs. But Kon is sent elsewhere by an unknown power, and a severely injured Jon is swapped unknowingly as Superboy by Logan and Wilson. The Titans depart again, now to an alien planet in the 30th century, where Kid Flash is actually a rebel leader and war criminal, Bar Torr. While the Titans stay to witness the Trial of Kid Flash, Raven deduces Superboy is actually Jon, and helps send him back to the present time so that he can find a cure for his deteriorating body condition.
Raven finds out that their journey has severed Trigon's control over her. Followed by an attack by the villain Grimm, the Titans plan a final attack on Harvest's new colony. Raven is reluctant to join because of her past actions, but Bunker tells her that everybody deserves a second chance, and Raven changes her mind. In the colony, they are surprised to find that everyone is returned to normal, and even the victims of the Culling have been restored to life.
Raven plays a crucial role by finding out Harvest's scheme to extract all the metagenes to create a massive DNA strand for his usage. This is destroyed by Raven's soul-self and Harvest is finally defeated. Rebirth[ edit ] Some time after leaving the Teen Titans, Raven set out to learn more about her human relatives in San Francisco. Raven attempted to conceal her powers before having a misadventure and then later abducted by Damian Wayne who recruited her to be part of the new Teen Titans team he was establishing to take down his grandfather Ra's al Ghul.
It is then revealed that the Demon's Fist, a team initially led by Damian before he decided to follow Batman, were hunting each of the assembled Titans that Damian had abducted for their initiation into the League of Assassins. Raven turns out to be the target of the assassin by the name of Plague, whose hands can rot, decay and take the life out of anything she touches. In this series of Rebirth, Raven and Kid Flash develop a mutual crush, but gone their separated ways. Powers and abilities[ edit ] Raven is an empath, able to sense and alter the emotions of others.
She can induce calm, suppress negativity, and even make someone fall in love with her. By absorbing the pain of the wounded into herself, she can induce rapid healing for the affected person.
Raven can astral project a solid black energy form that takes the shape of a bird, called her soul-self. Her soul-self can travel long distances, become intangible, and is able to telepathically communicate. It can act as a shield as it can absorb a limited amount of energy and solid matter, regurgitating them before reintegrating with Raven. Using her soul-self, she can convert her physical body into her soul-self and carry or teleport herself and others over a limited distance. Her soul-self can mentally subdue at least one person by enveloping them inside of itself.
Raven's soul-self could initially stay outside her body for exactly five minutes; failure to reintegrate in time would cause mental torment for her, though she eventually overcame this limitation. Raven is shown to be able to fly unaided in space.
As the half-demon daughter of the inter-dimensional, Raven is very powerful and displayed a vast amount of abilities. She has displayed the ability to control, manipulate and or generate pure shadows and darkness.
Raven can manipulate energy, time, and emotions. This latter ability manifests in different variations, from causing supremely destructive pain, inducing tension, fear-based illusions, and stealing emotions from others. In a number of instances, Raven has deep knowledge of magic and has also displayed sorcerous abilities, such as inducing unconsciousness on Tim Drake with a touch, releasing balls of fire "within the folds of her cloak" as in The New Teen Titans Annual 4or hurling electric blasts strong enough to take down all her brothers and all of the adult Titans.
She was seen to completely annihilate the demon army of Rankor numbering more than three thousand individuals and which contained powerful individual demons that had taken the Titans down in ambushes previously. Like her brothers, Raven can induce and amplify one of the seven deadly sins in her case, pride in any living being, however doing so will cause her to suffer spells of nausea and vomiting for several days afterward as side effects.
Raven also has limited precognition, which allows her to predict future events that are about to happen, although this happens involuntarily and infrequently. She has also been shown to be an excellent hand-to-hand combatant, despite the fact that she rarely uses these abilities.
This section does not cite any sources. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Raven's counterpart is named "Moonchild", and is a sidekick to the Phantom Stranger. She is referred to the "Wicked Witch of the West" because she consumed the emotions of most of the American continent in order to maintain peace.
Ravanna was an amalgamation of Raven and Zatanna, and was a deceased member of the Justice Titans. Her costume is kept as a memorial.
Initial appearance had the original Titans Tower appear out of nowhere on top of the Riker's Island prison facility. Majestic is sent in to investigate but is brought low by a Starbolt and a single touch from Raven before most of the Titans make their escape. She next appears alongside the other Teen Titans as they engage the members of Gen As the heroes of DC, animated as they are, realize they are being used by Chimera and cease fighting and revert to a more cautious approach to the world around them, Chimera decides to dream up villains such as Doomsday to continue with his wishes before resorting to hatching a Sun-Eater inside the moon.
While most of the capable heroes travel to the moon to prevent the Sun-Eater destroying it, Raven along with the Midnighter, independently of each other, deducts where Chimera was hiding through Edgar Allan Poe's Purloined Letter, both deducing that Chimera was hiding in plain sight.
After a brief fight with the Shadow-Thief, brought low by a glimpse into Raven's mind, they eventually find the shrunken Chimera before waking him up, causing all of the DC characters to disappear, but leaving the damage behind. Raven is a major character in Tiny Titansin which she lives at home with her father Trigon, who substitutes as a teacher at her school. In the Booster Gold series, Black Beetle has moved back in time to corrupt history.
Booster GoldSkeetsand Rip Hunter arrive at the scene and tell Raven that history has been rampaged, and ask her to help them track down Black Beetle. Raven accompanies them to an alternate future where the New Teen Titans never existed and Trigon had taken over the earth. They track down Black Beetle but he escapes into the timestream. They return to the time of the battle with the Ravager and to correct the timestream.
Booster knocks Deathstroke out, suits up in his armor, and replicates the scene. Before departing with Ravager's body, Booster tells Robin, "Embrace your heritage and guide Damian ". Meanwhile, Raven plants false memories into Deathstroke's mind, so that he will forever blame the Titans for his son's death and will become the greatest adversary of the Teen Titans.
Raven, Zatanna, and Mindwarp are killed by Enchantresswho turns out to be a spy for the Amazon and has been ordered to infiltrate the Secret Seven. Enchantress is eventually killed by Superman.
Curiously, Raven and Zatanna's relations to their fathers appear to have changed in this reality, with Zatanna hating hers and Raven striving to live up to be the hero Trigon had been. The prequel comic to the game Injustice: Gods Among Us sees Raven joining Superman 's newly formed Regime, in attempts to enforce peace over the world. She directly aids in securing the location of Superman's adoptive parents when the government kidnaps them in an effort to stop Superman.
Throughout most of Year Three she is subdued by a magical seal that prevents the Regime from finding her, though she is used in a ploy to draw Superman out. Near the end of the series, her father Trigon appears during a fight between the Regime and Insurgency; he is under the impression that the Regime are responsible for Raven's disappearance, courtesy of John Constantine 's manipulations.
Raven is awoken from her enchanted sleep just as her father engages in a cosmic battle with Mister Mxyzptlk which threatens to engulf them all. Raven tries to reach her father, only for Doctor Fate to intervene and banish her father and the imp to another dimension, killing Trigon. Year Four sees Raven briefly securing herself in a pocket dimension where she is confused over her grief about her father's death, considering how much she detested him. She rejoins in Chapter 34 by using her dark magic to blackout Earth's power and Insurgency's plan to expose Superman's crimes.
She and Cyborg capture Deathstroke at S. Despite the hate she received from the other villagers from bearing Trigon's daughter, Azaria still raised Raven with care while teaching her some magic. After their village and townsfolk were killed by the Germans and Killer Frostthe Joker's Daughter took Raven in and forced her to use her magic to benefit the Third Reich. She initially appears when John Constantine and Zatanna also victims of the Joker's Daughter were cast into the ghetto, but was revealed to be Joker's Daughter in disguise who used Zatanna to know of the Bombshells' plans.
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Joker's Daughter then summons the real Raven who's still under her controlto thwart the Bombshells against her will. However, some of her magic passes on to Miri Marvelwho works with Zatanna to break free of the Joker's Daughter's curse.
She then works together with the Bombshells to defeat and depower the Joker's Daughter and her army. She is quickly abducted and taken to the police station, where she meets superhero Robinwhom she recognizes from her nightmares, and asks for his aid. Animation[ edit ] Raven in the Teen Titans animated series.
While the dark colored outfit shown here is considered to be her standard attire, she has on rare occasions been shown to wear an outfit of identical design but in an all white color scheme. All of Raven's appearances are voiced by Tara Strong. A teenage version of Raven appears in the Teen Titans animated series. One of the program's breakout characters, she was so popular that her later portrayals in comics made attempts to be closer to this version of her.
Her costume is relatively the same as her comic counterpart, but her blue dress is replaced with a purple, hooded cloak and a black leotard in order to avoid several animation complications. Raven is depicted with light gray skin, violet-blue eyes, and shoulder-length violet-blue, a-line-styled hair. Her origin as the daughter of human Arella and interdimensional demon Trigon is the same as in the comics. This version chiefly employs powers which resemble telekinesis encased in dark-colored mystical energy.
Raven's power is displayed under various forms. She often chants the incantation "Azarath Metrion Zinthos" to focus her abilities even further, allowing her to perform much greater feats; she also uses this phrase as a mantra while meditating.
She has the ability to fly and levitate. Raven has also been seen as a fairly good hand-to-hand combatant, although she only occasionally uses this skill during battle. Another of Raven's chief abilities is her "soul-self", which allows her to detach her soul and spirit from her body in the form of a dark-energy Raven. This ability can be used to enter the minds of others, teleport herself and others across great distances, pass through solid matter or through fire, and even alter her own appearance.
Raven has displayed a number of seldom-used abilities. She can heal herself and others to an extentstop time, and manifest her fears as monsters unintentionally. She keeps a library of numerous spell books in her room on the occult, as well as a number of immensely powerful items, charms and talismans. Raven's powers are entirely tied to her emotions, becoming more powerful and more unstable with the intensity of the emotions fueling them.