Raven and Beast Boy have a very complicated relationship, despite that the two are polar opposites in terms of their personalities. Raven is collected, down to earth and cold, while Beast Boy is cheerful, laid-back and energetic. Raven likes to read, while Beast Boy really doesn't and prefers playing video games. The two often fight and get on each other's nerves: Raven's cold demeanor and "creepiness" annoy Beast Boy and she is often irritated by his bad jokes and immaturity.
Although, in the beginning, they have a rough relationship, they become closer and continue to develop their friendship throughout the series. Beast Boy often gets irritated by Raven's sarcastic remarks to him, but throughout the series, never gives up on trying to make her smile or laugh.
He even openly admits his quest to never stop making jokes until Raven smiles in " Aftershock - Part 1 ". When they first met, Raven was not rude to him or made any sarcastic remarks. Throughout most of the series, it is shown that she usually held the more dominant position over him, however, in " Go! This was later confirmed in " Nevermore " as Raven herself even admitted she thought Beast Boy didn't like her, but he was not hesitant to show her that he likes being her friend, no matter what.
Raven does indeed care about Beast Boy, in spite of the fact that she constantly mocks him and he constantly riles her, as she is often seen coming to the defense of her friend when he is injured. Beast Boy, on the other hand, also goes to help Raven whenever he can, especially when she is in danger, however, he can occasionally get carried away, shown in " Masks ".
Their real friendship begins when Beast Boy and Cyborg are trapped inside Raven's mind in " Nevermore ". There, they meet Raven's Emoticloneswho wear variously colored cloaks to represent different cts of her personality. Beast Boy finds out that the Pink One actually finds him funny, while the Graphite One regrets and apologizes for being so mean to him. The two of them discover that they are indeed friends and Beast Boy and Cyborg help Raven defeat Trigon inside her mind.
Even though he is irritated by her sarcasm and cold personality, Beast Boy can't bear the thought of hurting Raven, physically or mentally.
There are several instances where Beast Boy was trying to include Raven or be nice to her, but because she declines, he loses his temper and occasionally hurts her feelings, such as in " Spellbound ".
But it is shown that despite this, he never wants to hurt her, and is only trying to get her to open up more instead of being locked in her room all the time.
Whenever Raven is in danger, Beast Boy seems to be pushed to higher levels and does whatever he can to help her. This is evident in " The Beast Within " and " The End - Part 1 ", wherein both instances, he transformed into his werebeast form to defend Raven. When the dragon Malchior deceives Raven and breaks her heart, Beast Boy is ultimately the only one who goes to comfort her, and she gives him a tight and sincere hug.
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However, their tender moment was ruined by Cyborg. Sometime after, Raven's life was endangered by Adoniswho was turned into a werebeast. Beast Boy undergoes the same transformation and despite having no awareness he had an instinct to save her, while the other Titans thought Beast Boy was the one who attacked her.
Beast Boy truly regrets acting like a jerk to her, but Raven tells him that he wasn't himself, and didn't take it personally. She expresses her gratitude to him for saving her life and reassures him that his werebeast form isn't something to be feared, but of value to the team, and to her.
In the episode " The End - Part 1 ", Beast Boy found a 1-cent coin and gave it to Raven, saying it was "For luck. The coin falling off her hand is perhaps a hint at the close friendship between the two.
In " The End - Part 2 ", when the Titans regroup atop a tower, Beast Boy somehow knew Raven was the one who had saved them when Starfire was unsure of how they were the only ones who survived.
When Raven defeats Trigon, Beast Boy is shocked at her hugs and smiles, but she reassures him that she still prefers blue and that he's still not funny, to which Beast Boy reacts by happily leaping towards her to give her a tight hug. Despite being sarcastic and rude to him frequently, Raven does ease up to Beast Boy several times, such as playing Stank Ball with him and Cyborg at the end of " Spellbound ", accepting his offer for breakfast at night following their ordeal inside her mind.
And along with Robin and Beast Boy, she forced Cyborg to go through initiation again in " Deception ". Although she is constantly annoyed by his immaturity, it is often hinted that she does indeed enjoy his presence.
Although they constantly annoy each other, the two are really close, even though Raven claims otherwise, and do care for one another. In " Homecoming - Part 1 ", Raven seemed surprised at Beast Boy's serious behavior and likely saw that most of his personality stems from his past with the Doom Patrol. Raven and Robin have an extremely tight bond and she claims that he knows her better than anyone.
The two have a very healthy relationship and actively respect each other's interests and privacy. As partners, they really care about the other's safety and well being; as evident in " Birthmark ". They have a deep and finely interwoven friendship due to similar personalities and instincts, and the two seemed to get along well from the very beginning.
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Robin also tells Raven that she was the most hopeful person he knew. It is obvious Robin cares a lot about Raven. Robin is the only one serious enough to truly understand her even after having been through the psychological labyrinth that is her mind. Robin helps her out whenever he can and always puts her well-being and consideration before his without a moment's hesitation.
When they first met, Raven told Robin, Beast Boy, and Cyborg "If you knew what I really am, you wouldn't want me around. When her destiny to end the world was revealed to the team, Robin, along with the others, remained firm in their friendship. In an attempt to help rid Robin of his self-imposed curse of obsessing over Slade and the danger to his team, Raven entered Robin's mind, seeing parts of his life ranging from his traumatic memory of the death of his family to his oath before Batman, establishing thereafter a powerful psychic bond between her and him.
They are two of the closest people on the team and as such Raven is often comfortable telling him things that the others don't know.
Even when the other Titans are unsure of Raven's attitude, disposition, and intentions towards others, Robin often dismisses their apprehensions and respects Raven for who she is, and always sees her as a friend, never an enemy. Their friendship was especially prominent in Season 4. In " The End - Part 1 ", Robin vowed to defend Raven at all costs, and even after Raven surrendered to her destiny, Robin still refused to give up hope that she might change her mind.
In " The End - Part 2 ", having believed Raven to have been destroyed, he chose to continue fighting in honor of his friend. After learning Raven could still be saved, he willingly traveled into a literal hell created by Trigon with Slade to bring her back. Even when Raven lost hope and believed all was lost, Robin was the one who gave her the courage to defeat Trigon.
The closeness of their relationship could also stem from the fact that, out of all the Titans, Robin is the one most similar to Raven in terms of personality and disposition. They are both heroes that heavily invoke birds in both their names and their skillsets, and they are the only Titans who wear capes. They are also the most introverted of the group, who try to avoid telling others about their pasts, and are generally loners who try to do everything on their own. While they do open up to the other Titans over the course of the series, Raven and Robin both prefer to avoid burdening others with their problems.
They are also the most emotionally mature of the group, almost functioning as the team mom and dad of the Titans. Whenever Cyborg, Starfire, or Beast Boy are struggling internally, it is usually Robin or Raven who offer them emotional support or guidance. They are also usually the ones who try to quell any arguments or internal conflict the group may be experiencing.
Throughout the series, there have been instances, if only a few, where their relationship was strained. The closest example would be in the episode " How Long is Forever? Robin also doesn't seem to mind Raven's sarcastic remarks, even if they were directed at him, continuing to prove that he respects Raven's personality.
Raven and Cyborg have a rather healthy relationship. Despite Cyborg being extremely similar to Beast Boy in terms of personality, Cyborg is more mature and respects Raven's preference for peace and quiet, but still tries to include her whenever possible.
Because of this, Raven respects Cyborg's enthusiasm and is more patient with him, unlike Beast Boy. On Christmas, in the Teen Titans Go! comics, Cyborg bought Raven an antique bookcase he knew she wanted, causing Raven to become uncharacteristically elated and showing an appreciation for her tastes and hobbies.
Whenever Raven feels out of place and lonely, Cyborg takes on the big brother role, like he does for Starfire.
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He almost always successfully comforts Raven whenever she is upset. Cyborg and Raven may not have many episodes dedicated to just the two of them, but they are still shown to be close friends. He often looks out for Raven's safety and well being, as evident in " Fear Itself ", not willing to let her attempt to rescue Starfire when there was no possible way to, stating they won't rescue anyone if, whatever it was, gets them too.
Cyborg being the last Titan to disappear may hint that Raven sees him as a last line of defense in the absence of the others. Cyborg, while being cheerful like Starfire and Beast Boy, tends to be more considerate of Raven and understands her preferences more than the others.
He likes to have fun but is never hesitant to put Beast Boy in his place when he thinks the younger Titan is being inconsiderate of her feelings.
Raven, in turn, seems to accept Cyborg as he is without question and accepts his enthusiasm for his hobbies, even if she does not share it. Raven is sometimes inconsiderate of Cyborg's feelings, but she never intends to hurt him or any of her friends for that matter emotionally.
When Cyborg's T-Car was stolen, she dismissed his dismay over the stolen vehicle by stating "It's just a car," which in turn made Cyborg exceptionally angry. While this happens off-screen, Raven does see the fault in her response and goes to comfort him when he gave up all hope of getting it back.
She helps him get his car back from Gizmo, and though he was forced to destroy it, she goes as far as to help him rebuild the car, further proving their close friendship. Cyborg often sees Raven, like Starfire, as a younger sister to him, and as such isn't very positive about any harm coming her way.
During their first battle with Control Freaka giant trash can appears to scare Raven, but Cyborg tackles it away, telling her not to worry as he's got it.
This is not to say he's overprotective of her, or treats her as a "damsel in distress" as he knows Raven is more than capable of taking care of herself. The two appear to enjoy playing chess together, and as seen in " Overdrive ", Raven usually seems to beat him. Though after installing the Max-7 in his brain, she loses to him and is rather shocked. Cyborg makes Raven smile more than anyone else in the series. Her biggest smiles, at least, two episodes centering around Cyborg's troubles. They appear to get along well and have a good friendship.
Starfire and Raven initially had no relationship besides being teammates. They are polar opposites in terms of personality, almost like Raven's relationship with Beast Boy, but she respects Starfire's cheerful personality.
Being the only girls on the team gave them a special bond from the beginning. Starfire wanted to be friends with Raven, but Raven dismissed all of Starfire's requests to hang out or do stereotypical "teenage girl stuff" in a rather rude manner.
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Their relationship is dealt with when the two girls have to switch bodies, and then, in order to get their bodies back, have to learn everything about each other's powers and origins. This ordeal helps them become closer and have a better understanding of one another. Starfire called Raven out on her rudeness during that episode. It was the only real time Starfire ever got angry with Raven, though for only a moment.
Following the events of " Switched ", Raven begins to open up more to Starfire, and they are often seen with each other. It should also be noted she seemed to open up to Starfire much quicker than she did for her other teammates. Though they are very different in personality, both girls share many of the same traits. They are the only two on the team who have the natural ability to levitate Beast Boy doesn't count as he needs to turn into an animal with wings to gain flight.
It can also be said that the girls possess the greatest raw power compared to the boys, as Starfire is an alien with strength that exceeds even Cyborg, and her starbolts are extremely deadly, while Raven is a half-demon whose powers are difficult to control but at the same time being very powerful, and as seen in " The End - Part 3 ", is more than capable of destroying powerful villains like Trigon.
Another similarity between the two is that both their powers are fueled by emotion, but the difference lies in that Raven's emotions have to be controlled while Starfire is able to express herself freely.
They have both also developed a crush on Aqualad. As teammates, Starfire and Raven form a powerful duo as they often combine their powers against their foes, particularly in the final battle in " Titans Together ".
In " How Long is Forever? Starfire and Raven are shown to care deeply about each other. In " Nevermore ", after Raven wished to be alone, Starfire was worried something might have been troubling her and wanted to go see if she was alright, though she was constantly stopped by Robin who reinforced Raven's request to be alone.
Raven can't bear the thought of any harm coming to Starfire, as shown in " Fear Itself ", where she was devastated when Starfire disappeared and wanted to go back and save her.
Unlike her relationship with Beast Boy, Raven openly enjoys Starfire's company and whatever time she gets to spend with her outside of combat. Although they have occasional personality clashes, the two have a tight bond, one always looking out for the other.
When Terra first showed up, Raven dismissed her as nothing more than a temporary nuisance; since she didn't like any sort of change or the idea of having to develop a relationship with yet another female, she barely reacted to Terra leaving as suddenly as she did. Raven really hated the idea of adding someone else to their team, especially when Terra gained control of her powers as easily as she seemed to. She wondered why she had just appeared out of nowhere, and where had she learned how to control her powers so easily.
When Terra bumped into Raven while on her way out the door, she sensed Sladehinting at what was to come. In this episode, Raven confronts Terra about her feelings, and vice-versa, and in the end, they work together to save Titans Tower from destruction.
When Terra returns once againand when she and Raven fight one-on-one, Raven confesses angrily that she honestly did trust Terra, and that Terra's betrayal hurt her and the rest of the team deeply. She loses her cool and scares Terra, being defeated because of her anger. Raven and Arella only share a single scene together in the animated series. In " The Prophecy " when she was faced with the ever looming threat of her prophecy coming true, Raven specifically sought out her mother for comfort and guidance.
The reveal that Arella was presumably dead and that Azarath had been destroyed severely, which devastated Raven, and what likely snuffed out any hope that the prophecy of her birth could be prevented. He views Raven as nothing more than portal with which he will use to invade and conquer Earth, then disposed of when he is done with her.
By all accounts, Trigon views Raven more or less as his slave, rather than his daughter to love and care for, which is something he practically confirms in The End - Part 3. Because of his evil nature and his cruel treatment of her, Raven hates her father and does everything she can to oppose him and resist his constant influence on her. In Nevermoreher Red Anger Emoticlone takes the form of Trigon, representing all the repressed anger she feels towards him.
During much of Season 4, Raven tries her best to defy her father and prevent him from using her as the portal, but is ultimately unsuccessful.
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During his mental onslaught on her in The End - Part 1Raven was reduced to begging her father not to force her to be the portal, and to not hurt her friends. When she was brought back by her friends in The End - Part 3Raven forcibly disowns Trigon, stating that he was never anything of a father to her.
After proclaiming the monks of Azarath and her friends to be her true family, she obliterates him for everything he has done to her, restoring the Earth to the way it was and seemingly removing any influence he had on her. In the first two seasons, while Raven and Slade were enemies, it was largely impersonal.
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Raven simply regarded Slade as a dangerous criminal to be stopped, and Slade viewed Raven as another obstacle to his goals, or as a means to get to Robin. This quickly changed in Season 4, when Slade was revived by her father, Trigon, and sent to inform Raven of the her destiny to destroy the world.
With his new powers and knowledge of her true nature, Slade soon became one of the only two villains in the series the other being her father Trigon to legitimately terrify Raven, with her spending much of " Birthmark " trying to run from Slade instead of actually fighting him.
This is largely because he was able to physically and psychologically torment Raven in ways no other villain up until that point had. His assault on Raven was downright predatory in nature, with him invading her personal space, violently grabbing her causing her visible pain each time as well as tearing off her cloak and large potions of her leotard.
Although he was operating under the orders of Trigon the entire time, Slade appeared to take great pleasure in the act. Lightwith her vicious beat down of him almost certainly being enough to kill him several times over had he not had immortality at the time.
When Raven remarked about how Trigon would betray him and how insignificant he was, Slade became irrationally angry, poised to attack her.
At the end of " The End - Part 3 ", Raven simply states that Slade managed to escape, to which Robin assures her that they will be ready for him the next time he appears. As the two never interacted during Season 5 it is unknown if Raven still holds any kind of grudge with Slade over hurting her friends and essentially being the catalyst that allowed the prophecy of her birth to come true.
Furthermore, it is unknown whether or not Slade would choose to continue to target Raven, either seeking revenge against her or possibly seeking a new apprentice due to her new powers. Either way, the two would almost certainly remain bitter enemies. Raven and Killowat's relationship isn't exactly touched upon in the animated series due to Killowat's minimized screen time.
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However, in the Teen Titans Go! issue 48 " Wrong Place, Wrong Time ", it is shown that Raven is the one who pulled him into her universe and rescued him. Eventually, Raven tried sending him home, but failed and sent him to the evil universe of the Teen Tyrants. When he was captured, Raven was at Titans Tower, resting. However, she suddenly woke up because she could sense that Killowat was in danger.
She urgently opened the portal to that universe in an attempt to rescue him once more. Cyborg stated that Killowat's electromagnetic abilities greatly strengthen Raven's own, and the two could sort of communicate with each other telepathically. Killowat was surprised but relieved when he saw Raven, and when he was dragged back to the Teen Titans' universe and Raven opened multiple portals to try and send Killowat to the right universe, Killowat had a hard time saying goodbye.
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Knowing when to let it out is what makes you a man. But no one knows their destiny. There are things you can't possibly know. All I wanted was to make your last day perfect. Instead, you spent it worrying about me. When I use my powers, I have to put a little of my soul into whatever I'm moving. I become a part of it and it becomes a part of me. That's kind of what happened here.
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just lays the inherent absurdity of superhero comics bare as its central conceit, and takes it to the next level by contorting itself into the zaniest, weirdest shape possible. It means Darkseid showing up and being voiced by Weird Al Yankovic, and it means bizarre cyberpunk spinoff episodes with surprisingly catchy tunes from another of my teenage obsessions, Fall Out Boy.
No target is too sacred for Go! In making a goof out of anything the show touches, it takes a joyful approach to everything DC is, and in its way is an equally loving embrace of the source material as the serious tone of the original Teen Titans was. The latter raises up the dramatic strengths of those beloved comic stories, the former acknowledges that beyond that drama, there was always a ton of fun that made us fall in love with those wild and weird comics in the first place.
for reminding me of just how delightfully absurd my favorite superheroes can be.
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