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    • He wrote a miniseries starring the Teen Titan Raven, a character he and George Pérez co-created during their run on The New Teen Titans, helping to revamp and update the character.Marv Wolfman-Wikipedia
    • Raven's soul-self was finally able to break their trance and the Titans united to battle the Puppeteer and his toy robotic army.List of minor DC Comics characters-Wikipedia
    • When Raven assembles the Teen Titans, Victor joins initially for the benefit of a support group of kindred spirits and freaks, and has remained with that group ever since.Cyborg (DC Comics)-Wikipedia
    • He is nearly tempted to give in to this transformation, but the appearance of Raven's soul-self convinces him to hold on to himself while partially succumbing to the transformation.Cyborg (DC Comics)-Wikipedia
    • The New Teen Titans added the Wolfman-Pérez creations Raven, Starfire and Cyborg to the old team's Robin, Wonder Girl, Kid Flash, and Beast Boy (renamed Changeling).Marv Wolfman-Wikipedia
    • With the return of Red Robin and Wonder Girl, now with Raven at their side, the plan is fulfilled as the three Titans departed with Jon Lane instead of Kon.Beast Boy-Wikipedia

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