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Raven is a minor character and the daughter of Trigon.

Appearance

Though she doesn't quite look like it, but Raven is a half-demon, half-human hybrid. She has light skin, deep violet eyes, and a ruby red gemstone on her forehead. She has short dark hair with red tips and wears red lipstick and pink blush. She wears a long sleeveless navy blue top along with a gold belt with rounded ruby red gems and light blue leggings. She wears a matching dark cloak with a ruby red brooch with gold around it. She also wears matching gloves with red frames at the ends with matching knee-high boots. Raven's overall look in DC Super Hero Girls takes inspiration from her appearance in the Rebirth comics.

Books

Raven revealed she is forced to be home schooled by her evil demon father, Trigon. He forbids her to have any sort of interaction with superheroes and wants her to follow in his evil footsteps. Raven says being evil was boring and has a desire to be a hero instead of a villain and to do all the cool stuff at Super Hero High

Against her father's strict rules, she secretly helps guide Wonder Woman, Katana, Beast Boy, Bumblebee, Miss Martian and Harley Quinn to a opening that leads them to their missing teacher who her father is holding captive. After she wished them luck and turned to leave them with their rescue mission, Beast Boy is seen awkwardly waving at her while having a noticeable nervous grin formed on his face.[1]

She later attends class with Supergirl and she's noted that she is now a student at Super Hero High School.[2] In an upcoming novel, she gets a larger part where she and her Teen Titans crew join in to help Mera and the rest of the DC Super Hero Girls squad save Atlantis from Brainiac.[3]

Cartoon

Raven is voiced by Tara Strong in the English version of the cartoon. 

She made a debut cameo appearance in the webseries webisode "Ha-Ha Horticulture". In "Nevermore Part 1", Raven gets into an argument with Trigon that caused a volcanic eruption in Metropolis. She then teleports to the city to escape her studies with her father, only to find Metropolis in destruction and chaos..

Trivia

  • Tara Strong, who voices Raven in this series, is well-known for voicing said character in the original Teen Titans cartoon, as well as its rebooted spin-off, Teen Titans Go!.
    • This is the third time Strong voiced Raven.

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