Hero Overview

I know all about your grandfather, he was a demon, and believe me...I know my demons.
~ Raven to Damian Wayne

Raven is a major protagonist of the DC Animated Movie Universe; serving as the main protagonist of the 2016 movie Justice League vs. Teen Titans, one of the three tritagonists (alongside Blue Beetle and Beast Boy) of it's 2017 sequel Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, and one of the main protagonists (alongside Superman and John Constantine) of the 2020 movie Justice League Dark: Apokolips War and she also appears in the 2019 movie Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans . She is a half-human, half-demon daughter of the inter-dimensional demon Trigon and the human woman Arella. Her birthplace and home realm is Azarath. She is a prominent member of the superhero team Teen Titans. As the years go by, she eventually falls in love with her teammate Robin (Damian Wayne). 

She was voiced by Taissa Farmiga, who also portrayed Zoe Benson and Violet Harmon in American Horror Story.

History

Origins

Trigon gave her life to have a conduict to invade Earth. Raven's mother Arella was a member of a cult who married her off to the powerful demon Trigon. After her mother was impregnated she escaped from her husband because she discovered what a monster he was. She was saved by the Azarathians, a people from another dimension, where she found a hideout from Trigon. There she could raise Raven. Raven unwillingly summoned her father what lead to the demise of Azarath and her mother's death. Trigon took Raven and sent her to Earth so he could conquer it, but her powers trapped him inside a crystal. Later Raven was recruited to Teen Titans where she found her first friends who became a foster family for her.

Justice League vs. Teen Titans

Raven is first seen training with Beast Boy and Blue Beetle under leadership of Starfire. Damian Wayne is introduced to them by Nightwing, but his lack of respect for the others causes conflict. Argument between Blue Beetle and Robin leads to a fight which ends with the Blue Beetle blasting an energy to severely burn Robin's face. Raven heals him, but during the healing process her empathic powers unconsciously link their minds, tapping into each other's memories and causing her to pass out. At night Robin thanks Raven for saving his life, but confronts her about a strange entity he saw in her mind; however Raven has no intention to talk about it and leaves.

Starfire takes her group to a carnival, so Damien Wayne could integrate with the rest of the Titans. Raven and Damien start to make a bond. They laugh from their wraped reflections in mirrors. She gives him cotton candy and tries to tell jokes and tells him that he's hard outside but kind and generous inside but Damien doesn't react well on this.

Raven encounters demon emissaries and their master Trigon, in an incorporeal spirit form, who wants to find her so he can finally counquer the Earth. Raven resists and fights the emissaries, with the help of the Titans. Afterward, the they demand answers from Raven about her origin what she provides. The Titans offer their support to Raven in defeating Trigon, but then Batman, The Flash, Cyborg, and Wonder Woman arrive in order to take Raven away.

However, before they Trigon brainwashes them and turns into demon emissaries. However Batman prevented his own possession by injecting himself with a nerve toxin The Titans fight the League and lose, causing Raven to surrender herself. Robin locates Raven in the Middle East, revealing he put a tracer on the Titans after meeting them. Titans along with Cyborg travel to the Middle East. They save Raven but Trigon takes physical form and begins his conquer.

Teen Titans: The Judas Contract

one year after the Trigon incident Raven still remains close to Damian. She has also developed a sense of humor and makes a joke after Starfire beats Nightwing during a sparring session. She tries to help the newest recruit Terra with apparent nightmares. After she was kidnapped by Slade Wilson, her powers were transferred to Brother Blood, however following his defeat her powers were transferred back to her. After Tara's death she mourned her death and is seen growing close to Damian. She also brings him a puppy named Titus.

Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans

Raven appears in this movie, where she meets her counterpart from the Go! universe and her counterpart from the 2003 universe.

Justice League Dark: Apokolips War:

Raven makes an appearance during the Justice League's meeting to wage war on Darkseid, as the Teen Titans listen in on the meeting via telecommunication at Titans Tower. Raven is afflicted by Trigon's attempt to free himself slightly as Damian checks on her. A few days later, after the defeat of the Justice League, Darkseid's army of Paradooms, the genetic hybrids of Parademons and Doomsday, raid Earth sent by the New God and Mad Titan itself, and the Teen Titans are violently killed. Raven is among one of the few survivors of the attack. Some time after the attack, Raven was alone after the death of the Titans and Damian Wayne's escape. Wanting to end the pain, she tried to kill herself, but was stopped by Superman, recently de-powered by Darkseid, and the two console each other.

Two years later, Raven and Clark Kent, Superman's human identity, locate John Constantine and convince him to join their mission, asking him to use a locator spell to find Damian. Tracking his location to a League of Assassins outpost, Raven uses her powers to teleport herself, Clark, Constantine and Etrigan, who accompanied the group, but she is left severely weakened as Trigon continues to afflict her from the inside. Raven reunites with her former teammate, who reveals that he used the Lazarus Pit to revive Nightwing after his death in the Paradooms' attack, but left him in a mentally handicapped and insane state, much to Raven's disappointment in Damian. With Damian convinced to join the mission to try and break Darkseid's programming over Batman, Raven uses her powers again to transport the group to Metropolis where they meet with Lois Lane, who has recruited the members of Suicide Squad for their operation. As Raven and Damian share a moment alone, they reconcile their feelings for each other. Raven later attends the briefing of the destruction of Apokolips.

Raven is present when the remaining heroes assault LexCorp to make their way to the boom tube; their only means of traveling to Apokolips. When Damian is knocked down by Lex Luthor in his battle suit, Raven temporarily loses control and almost kills Luthor, but Clark's words help her regain control. Later, Raven asks Constantine if he has a means in taking care of Trigon should he ever emerge, and Constantine reveals that he does, but he will not have to as long as Raven continues to remain in control. After Luthor supplies the group with Kryptonite-infused weaponry, Raven departs for Apokolips with Clark, Damian, Constantine and Etrigan while the rest stay behind to operate the portals and defend the area. Upon arriving at Apokolips, the group is confronted by Darkseid's Furies; members of the Justice League who were beaten but remained alive, converted into partly-cybernetic soldiers and brainwashed. Starfire, being one of the Furies, fights Raven, who tries to reason with her. After Wonder Woman was saved, she fights off the Furies while the group make their way to the power generator.

In Chicago, After learning that The Flash was the source of the planet's power, and freeing him, they head off to continue the mission, with Raven slowly losing her control over Trigon. The group comes into contact with Cyborg, who is fused with Apokolips itself and subservient to Darkseid. After Cyborg is freed of his programming by Constantine, they are confronted by Batman and Darkseid. Batman fights and defeats his son, but before he lands the killing blow, he is freed of his programming by remembering his past, attacking Darkseid. Disappointed in Batman, Darkseid fires his omega beams, which Damian steps in front of to save his father, fatally wounding him. Watching this, Raven yells for Damian while losing control of Trigon, warning Constantine that he's coming. Constantine goes forth with his contingency plan as Trigon emerges, not fully free, but when Constantine offers his own body as a host for Trigon, Trigon has other plans; choosing Clark as his host and killing Constantine.

Mourning over the loss of Damian, Raven uses her powers to revive him. While Superman battles Darkseid, Cyborg plans to send the heroes to Earth while he sends Apokolips into a void of nothingness. Not wanting to leave Superman behind, Raven and Constantine come up with the plan to combine their magic to give Trigon a physical form, and he takes over the battle against Darkseid. While the heroes are transported to Earth, Raven says goodbye to her father, who thanks her for the gift of fighting Darkseid and tells her to be well.

Back on Earth, the Justice League lament over their failures and losses, despite being victorious. Batman announces to the group that despite the Reapers being destroyed, the damage was done, and the Earth lost 31% of its molten core, compromising the planet as well as over a billion of the population. Raven watches as the Flash runs to reset the timeline, creating a second Flashpoint, and she shares her first and last kiss with Damian.

Personality

Trivia

  • She is the most powerful member on the team due to her Half-demon biology and heritage.

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Movies
Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox: The Flash | Batman | Thomas Wayne | Cyborg | Kal-El | Cole Cash | Godiva | Steve Trevor | Lois Lane | Etrigan | S.H.A.Z.A.M. | Samuel Lane
Justice League: War: Justice League (Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, Wonder Woman, Shazam, & Cyborg) | Steve Trevor | Freddy Freeman |Sarah Charles | Thomas Morrow | Silas Stone
Son of Batman: Batman | Robin | Nightwing | Alfred Pennyworth | James Gordon | Thomas Wayne
Justice League: Throne of Atlantis: Aquaman: | Atlanna | Mera | Justice League (Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Green Lantern, Shazam, Superman, & Wonder Woman) | Steve Trevor | Lois Lane
Batman vs. Robin: Robin | Batman | Nightwing | Alfred Pennyworth | Thomas Wayne | Martha Wayne
Batman: Bad Blood: Batwoman | Batman |Nightwing | Robin | Batgirl | Alfred Pennyworth | Lucius Fox | Batwing
Justice League vs. Teen Titans: Teen Titans (Raven, Robin, Starfire, Blue Beetle, Beast Boy, & Nightwing) | Justice League (Batman, Cyborg, The Flash, Superman, & Wonder Woman)
Justice League Dark: Justice League Dark (John Constantine, Zatanna, Batman, Deadman, Etrigan, Orchid, & Swamp Thing) | Justice League (Superman & Wonder Woman)
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract: Teen Titans (Beast Boy, Terra, Nightwing, Starfire, Blue Beetle, Raven, & Robin) | Bumblebee | Kid Flash | Speedy
The Death Of Superman: Superman | Lois Lane | Justice League (Batman, Aquaman, Cyborg, The Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Martian Manhunter, & Wonder Woman) | Jimmy Olsen
Constantine: City Of Demons: The Movie: John Constantine
Reign Of The Supermen: Superman | Superboy | Steel | Eradicator | Lois Lane | Justice League (Batman, Aquaman, Cyborg, The Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Martian Manhunter, & Wonder Woman) | Jimmy Olsen | Chloe Sullivan
Batman: Hush: Batman | Alfred Pennyworth | Catwoman | Nightwing | Superman | Lois Lane | Batgirl | Robin
Wonder Woman: Bloodlines: Wonder Woman | Steve Trevor | Etta Candy | Hippolyta | Julia Kapatelis
Justice League Dark: Apokolips War: Justice League (Superman, Batman, Aquaman, Cyborg, The Flash, Green Lantern, Hawkman, Martian Manhunter, & Wonder Woman) | Justice League Dark (John Constantine, Zatanna, Deadman, Etrigan, Orchid, & Swamp Thing) | Teen Titans (Raven, Robin, Starfire, Blue Beetle, Beast Boy, Nightwing, Bumblebee, Kid Flash, & Speedy) | Lois Lane | Batwoman | Batgirl | Lucius Fox | Batwing

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Teen Titans (2003)
Robin | Starfire | Raven | Cyborg | Beast Boy | Terra | Kid Flash | Thunder | Lighting | Kole | Gnarrk | Hot Spot | Speedy | Bumblebee | Más y Menos | Aqualad | Melvin | Timmy Tantrum | Teether | Herald | Arella Roth | Argent | Bushido | Red Star | Killowat | Pantha | Wildebeest | Red X | Tramm | Jinx | Silkie

Teen Titans Go!
Robin | Starfire | Raven | Cyborg | Beast Boy | Bumblebee | Aqualad | Jinx | Speedy | Más y Menos | Kid Flash | Batman | George Washington | Sticky Joe | Team Robin | Titan Robot | Sparkleface | Butterbean | Unicorns | Superman | John Stewart | Wonder Woman | Batgirl | Jayna | Zan

DC Animated Film Universe
Nightwing | Starfire | Beast Boy | Raven | Blue Beetle | Robin | Cyborg | Speedy | Bumblebee | Kid Flash | Terra

           Teen Titans Members

Main
Aqualad | Beast Boy | Cyborg | Kid Flash | Raven | Robin | Speedy | Starfire | Superboy | Wonder Girl |

Secondary
Anima | Aquagirl | Argent | Arsenal | Blue Beetle | Bombshell | Bumblebee | Captain Marvel, Jr. | Damage | Flamebird | Green Lantern | Impulse | Jericho | Jesse Quick | Kole | Mirage | Miss Martian | Nightwing | Power Boy | Power Girl | Ravager | Red Arrow | Red Star | Static | Steel | Supergirl | Terra |

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