- Well, you can take the girl out of hell...
- — Raven src
Justice League vs. Teen Titans
A human-demon hybrid born on Azarath, Rachel Roth, better known as Raven, is one of the Teen Titans when Nightwing drops off Damian Wayne to live with them. While the other Titans see Damian as moody, Raven is the only one that senses his sadness. After a brawl between Damian and Blue Beetle, which results in Damian getting half of his face fried, Raven volunteers to heal him. In doing so, the two of them discover deep secrets about each others' pasts. When Damian tries to talk about it with her, later that night, Raven refuses and asks Damian to stay away from her. However, the two of them begin to bond during a night at the fair. Things seem to be going well until Raven is sent a message to head for the hills beyond the fairgrounds, alone. When she arrives, the vision of her father Trigon appears and asks her to return to him. Raven refuses and Trigon's demons attack. The Titans are able to help Raven fend off the demons, but in return, they want answers. Raven transports the group to a place where Trigon can't see them and she reveals her backstory: Her mother had joined a cult that worshiped the devil and she was chosen to be his bride. After Trigon was summoned, he raped her and got her pregnant. Raven's mother had fled to a secret place called Azarath where she eventually had her daughter, Raven. As Raven grew up, she was curious to meet her father and secretly performed a ritual to summon him. As a result, Trigon released his entire wrath on Azarath, killing everyone, including Raven's mother. Trigon brought Raven to his domain in the hopes of training her to be his successor for Earth, but Raven sealed Trigon away and left the domain to eventually end up with the Titans. After returning to Titan's Tower, the Titans find the Justice League waiting for them. Immediately, Trigon's demons take control of the Justice League and they attack the Titans. The Titans eventually lose and Raven agrees to go with them to free Trigon from his prison, in exchange for letting the Titans live. Raven releases Trigon just as the Titans return for round two. After freeing the Justice League from the demons, they agree to do their best to hold Trigon back as the Titans follow Raven into Trigon's domain, hoping to seal him up again. With the help of Damian, Raven is able to accomplish the task. To make sure that Trigon doesn't escape again, Raven chooses to stay behind and watch over him. But the Titans offer Raven a home with them. Raven agrees and places her father's prison on her forehead, as her chakra.
Teen Titans: The Judas Contract
Raven joins the Titans as they infiltrate a secret base belonging to Brother Blood. When they are victorious, Raven and the rest of the Titans are present when Nightwing asks Starfire to move in with him. After things have settled down, back at Titan's Tower, Tara Markov asks questions about Raven. Starfire suggests that Tara talk with Raven but Tara refuses, calling Raven too creepy for her. Raven hears the whole thing. One night, Tara is having a nightmare and the Earth begins to shake. Raven helps by easing Tara's pain. Damian asks Raven what she saw in Tara's mind during the process, but Raven refuses to tell, stating that it is none of his business. Life carries on as the Titans continue their training. Raven is paired off to fight against Blue Beetle and loses due to the strength of the scarab. After Tara lashes out at Beast Boy during training, Raven offers to teach Tara some meditation in order to calm herself. Later on, the Titans throw a party for Tara in celebrating her first full year as a Titan. Beast Boy credited it as Raven's idea. Raven is not seen again until after she is defeated by Terra during her betrayal. Raven and the other Titan's find themselves trapped in Brother Blood's domain, where Blood himself absorbs their power for his own. Nightwing is able to free the Titans and they take on Brother Blood together, with Raven delivering the final blow with her Soul-Self. As Terra's rage over Deathstroke's betrayal begins to bring the building down, the Titans are able to escape. Raven is last seen joining Damian on the roof of Titan's Tower where she reveals a surprise for him: a puppy.
- Unique Physiology: Raven is the child of a human and an extradimensional demon.
- This version of the character is exclusive to the continuity of the DC Animated Movie Universe and is an adaptation of Rachel Roth/Raven. The original character was created by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez and first appeared in DC Comics Presents #26.
- Raven was voiced by Taissa Farmiga.
- 3 Appearances of Raven (DC Animated Movie Universe)
- 3 Images featuring Raven (DC Animated Movie Universe)
- 2 Quotations by or about Raven (DC Animated Movie Universe)
- Character Gallery: Raven (DC Animated Movie Universe)
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