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DC’s Raven to Spread Her Wings for The CW

And the comics scene continues to be mined for its latest and greatest characters that could translate into big money for either the big or the small screen. Next up – DC Comics’ Raven.

According to Variety The CW is looking to adapt Raven, a half-demon also known as Rachel Roth, into a series. Diego Gutierrez, who most recently served as co-exec VP on “V,” is writing and will exec produce. The project has a script order at The CW through Warner Bros. TV and DC Entertainment.

In DC Comics mythology Raven — created by Marv Wolfman and George Perez — is the daughter of a human and a demon who has empath abilities to read emotions and divine secrets. Raven, who’s able to teleport herself and enter the minds of others, uses her skills to fight crime while trying to keep her dark internal elements in check.

More on this as it comes.

DC's Raven to Spread Her Wings for the CW

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  • YandereSama

    They’re gonna need Beast Boy if they do this lol.

    Don’t know how this will turn out though

    “Chew on this!”

  • Terminal

    I see this as Twilight meets Charmed.
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    “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”

    • Vanvance1

      That just makes me nauseous.

      I admit I haven’t read any comics in ages, but I vaguely remember this character as a member of the Teen Titans (I’m shocked Warners hasn’t popped out a movie featuring these guys yet).

      I doubt any of this will take place in the DC Universe. That would make it too interesting.

      • Terminal

        People are wondering why Raven is chosen and you just proved why in your second sentence. She’s barely known by the general masses so they can mold her and give her a new series of villains without a connection to Teen Titans without a hint of backlash.
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        “We are bad guys. That means we’ve got more to do other than bullying companies. It’s fun to lead a bad man’s life.”