New art for Multiversity: Teenager Justice #2, by Ivan Cohen, Danny Lore and Marco Failla, reveals a seem at the team’s male Raven.
DC has offered a glance at the edition of Raven showing up in Multiversity: Teen Justice, by Ivan Cohen, Danny Lore and Marco Failla.
The protect and solicitation information and facts launched for Teen Justice #2 reveals a glance at Robbi Rodriguez’s go over for the problem. The impression reveals the different users of Teenager Justice and a masculine-presenting version of Raven.
Produced by Marv Wolfman and George Perez, Rachel Roth/Raven very first appeared in 1980’s DC Comics Offers #26. The daughter of the demonic Trigon, Raven has a selection of effective talents. On the other hand, her most recognizable is very likely her empathy, which offers her the capability to manipulate the feelings of many others. Raven is finest recognised for her time as a Teenager Titan, and she’s appeared in numerous diversifications of that team’s adventures. Teagan Croft plays Raven in the are living-motion Titans Television set sequence, when Tara Strong has voiced her in lots of of her animated appearances.
At this time, there are continue to a good deal of mysteries encompassing this new model of Raven, who hails from Earth-11. The plot synopsis for the 6-issue Multiversity: Teen Justice series notes Raven has earlier refused to join the team. That staff also characteristics Jess Chambers, a genderfluid, non-binary model of Flash that may well just be the speediest model of the character nevertheless.
The plot synopsis for Teenager Justice #2 reads, “The explosive miniseries starring Child Rapid and their allies shifts into even better gear as Teenager Justice investigates the Church of Blood! When attempts to infiltrate the mysterious church backfire, 1 hero faces a devastating loss! Plus: Supergirl and Robin catch the attention of surprising allies when they learn an sudden thriller, Aquagirl finds herself out of her element (and then some), and an experience with the Justice Guild threatens the potential of Teenager Justice!”
Made by Grant Morrison and Emanuela Lupacchino, Earth-11 initial appeared in 2015’s The Multiversity Guidebook #1. Chambers, for their aspect, built their debut in a shorter story in DC’s Merry Multiverse #1 called “To End the Star-Conqueress!” by Cohen, Eleonora Carlini, Ulises Arreola and Becca Carey. Other members of the gender-swapped workforce involve Aquagirl (Jacqui Hyde), Supergirl (Laurel Kent), Robin (Talia Kane), Donald Troy and Klarienne the Witch Woman.
The initial difficulty of Teenager Justice hits shelves on Jun 7. The next follows on July 5 and will function a variant go over from Stephanie Hans.
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