When a tragic accident takes the life of seventeen-year-old Raven Roth's foster mom--and Raven's memory--she moves to New Orleans to live with her foster mother's family and finish her senior year of high school. Starting over isn't easy. Raven remembers how to solve math equations and make pasta, but she can't remember her favorite song or who she was before the accident.
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Raven is a human-demon hybrid, originating from the parallel dimension of Azarathand is one of five founding members of the Teen Titans. ArellaRaven's mother, was chosen to become the bride of the demonic Trigon. Abandoned by the demon, Arella was bent on suicide while carrying Raven when she was taken in by the pacifistic disciples of Temple Azarath, a group who had centuries earlier forsaken life on Earth to pursue their own nonviolent lifestyle.
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The images debuted during the first episode of DC Daily, described as a "news show that brings you everything you need to know about the world of DC. Titans itself will premiere a month lateron October We've seen Starfire, Beast Boy and Raven before, first in set photos and then in the trailer.
If you were a comic book fan in the early '00s, then you probably at least heard of the Cartoon Network classic cartoon Teen Titans. The show followed the titular superhero group as they fought crime in Jump City, and navigated such teenage problems as first crushes, loneliness, friendship, and feeling misunderstood. But no one embodied that last thing better than Raven, a stoic girl given a goth aesthetic in this adaptation, who struggled with who she was and who she was destined to become.
Based on the classic DC comic mostly the s incarnation by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, but with a lot of differenceswith a generous dose of anime influence thrown in, Teen Titans features the adventures of five young superheroes:. Robinthe gruff, straight-laced leader ; Starfirean alien from the planet Tamaran who behaves like an Action Girl Funny Foreigner ; Cyborgthe second-in-command Techno Wizard who can also hold his own in a fight with his body's built-in weaponry; RavenThe Quiet Onea moody sorceress with a few secrets of her own; and Beast Boythe shape-shifting Plucky Comic Relief. While their adventures are primarily episodic, each season includes an arc that follows the most famous arcs of the comic book with some fidelity.
These definitely are not the Teen Titans you grew up watching during your Saturday morning cartoons. The first trailer for DC's Titans just droppedgiving fans their first look at the live-action adaptation of the DC Comics superheroes the Teen Titans. And the most shocking part of the trailer may come in its very first second: The clip has a TV-MA rating, citing explicit language, adult themes, and violence.
The only protagonist who I feel gets an accurate portrayal is Beast Boy, but even he gets a little warped from being stuffed into such a dark narrative, where a character like him was never meant to be. Everyone else on the team is vastly different than their comics counterparts. Of all of the poorly represented characters, the most infuriating is Raven.