A member of the Teen Titans and a fan favorite, Raven is a huge part of DC's Titans series. Rachel Roth's powers are both amazing and bewildering.
Raven from the Teen TItans and DC Comics has many different looks and inspires creativity in cosplay. Here are 10 of the best.
Raven: Daughter of Darkness #7 will debut a new Night Force lineup including several former Teen Titans.
Writer Marv Wolfman and artist Pop Mhan will collaborate on Raven: Daughter of Darkness, debuting in January from DC Comics.
Is Raven ready to make the ultimate sacrifice to save the city? DC Comics' Raven #6 by Marv Wolfman & Diogenes Neves.
San Francisco is on the brink of total disaster, with more citizens being sucked into the giant orb by the minute! DC Comics' Raven #5 by Marv Wolfman & Diogenes Neves.
A strange new group of masked villains holds the entire city of San Francisco for ransom! DC Comics' Raven #4 by Marv Wolfman & Diogenes Neves.
Can Raven save her new friends and her new home from this mysterious and powerful force? DC Comics' Raven #3 by Marv Wolfman & Alisson Borges.
The Oswalt family does demon costumes right, as evident in a new photo released by the beloved comedian.
Raven investigates classmates gone missing! DC's Raven #2 by Marv Wolfman and Alisson Borges.
The other-dimensional daughter of a demon king readers have loved for decades is back, as DC's Rebirth overhaul rolls on.
In a tale set between TEEN TITANS #24 and TEEN TITANS: REBIRTH #1, Raven takes a break from the team and moves to San Francisco to stay with her estranged aunt and face her most perilous challenge yet: high school!
"Josie and the Pussycats" returns to comics, Gerard Way launches "Doom Patrol," Tarzan visits the Planet of the Apes and more must reads.
Head back to the '80s with these new Mego-style figures based on the Marv Wolfman/George Perez-era New Teen Titans.
The veteran writer discusses returning to the Teen Titan he co-created with George Perez, and the importance of maintaining her core character.
Metamorpho, Raven and Katana are among the characters that will return to the spotlight in 2016.
With DC Entertainment's Diane Nelson expressing a desire to see more female heroes on-screen, CBR looks at who's ready to make the leap.