After an encounter with Dr. Light, Raven starts acting strangely. Cyborg and Beast Boy go into Raven's room and find themselves encountering several different version of Raven.



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Episode credited cast:
Robin (voice)
Beast Boy (voice)
Cyborg (voice)
Starfire (voice)
Raven (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dr. Light (voice)
Trigon (voice)


After Raven drives an enemy insane with her dark powers and becomes more withdrawn than usual, Cyborg and Beast Boy embark on a misguided mission to understand her better - and end up the one place she wishes no one would go, even more than her room: her mind. Written by ApprehensiveSpaghetti

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30 August 2003 (USA)  »

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This episode is named after Edgar Allen Poe's poem "The Raven" and the word the raven kept repeating, "nevermore". See more »


As Raven summons her color-coded doubles, the red one (representing anger) is not among them. However, as they start to revolve around her, the green one (representing her courage) turns red, staying red until they combine into the gigantic white Raven. See more »


[Beast Boy and Cyborg have just entered the 'happy' part of Raven's mind]
Beast Boy: I think this is where air fresheners come from.
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Referenced in Teen Titans Go!: Power Moves (2013) See more »


Teen Titans
Written and Produced by Andy Sturmer
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"Teen Titans Theme"
Written and Produced by Andy Sturmer
Performed by Puffy AmiYumi
Courtesy of 'Epic Records [jp]' (as Epic Records Japan Inc.)
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Quote the raven...
18 August 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A fantastic exploration of a character that up until this point, was mostly a background character. All the other Titans were introduced well enough, but Raven was always just the emo character until this. Now we know why she acts the way she does, why she keeps to herself. The episode has it's funny moments, but also it's creepy moments. It never goes into full dark theme territory, but it comes close. Also with Cy and Logan being the main characters in this, there's plenty of great lines and the two's friendship is explored great. Thanks to a slightly darker change in tone, some trippy scenes, and much needed character development, "Nevermore" gives Raven the attention she deserves. Also, Tara Strong shows just how talented of a voice actress she really is.

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