See More by DrChrisman. Featured in collections. Teen Titans by TheGreaterEye. Comic Books by punkking Starfire and raven by jerms Featured in groups See All. Meaty Raven 86 5K 1 Today. Raven a happy fatty The meat person was unneeded but I may draw that later because I love to draw Fat Raven This maybe the first time I have drawn the soles of someones feet I like to point out the meat is good and don't listen to Beast Boy, this episode reminded me alot of "Fun with Veal" Raven copyright of DC comics. Image size.
Teen Titans was the bread and butter of many childhoods. Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, Cyborg, and Raven were probably the superheroes I got to know the most before entering the larger world comic book characters. However, the TV show did not use the original comic book designs. Being targeted towards a younger audience, the characters had to be translated into a more cartoony animation style. The characters that looked more adult in the comics had to look a little cuter and more colorful. This has led to some of the character designs being successful, while their cute forms also kept them true to their old character designs. There are also disappointments in the lot of updated characters. There are some that changed completely, making us lose the design that already worked and giving us someone who looks completely different. Teen Titans did like to keep itself somewhat serious, so another failure is when the characters end up looking too goofy.
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. Fans of the animated Teen Titans were thrilled to hear that this team would get another chance, but then the first trailer came out, and things went downhill pretty fast. There was a brief moment when the tides seemed to turn, after some folks who got to see the first episode of the show at San Diego Comic-Con last year seemed to like it. I remember reading articles about it at the time and being baffled. It just seemed so improbable.
Her demonic-inherited powers from her father, Trigon , are a significant asset to the team, but when not in combat, she generally prefers to keep to herself. Tara Strong , who voiced Raven in the original Teen Titans , reprises her role as the character. Conceived through the relations between a human and the demonic entity Trigon the Terrible , Raven had harbored a ghastly evilness within her soul from birth. While Raven was terrorizing Jump City in the episode "Flashback" , a young sidekick named Robin took notice of her immense demonic powers. He figured that she would be perfect for his new team Although her destiny was to enslave the Earth, Raven had grown tired of listening to her annoying dad.