yes, people, it's finally happens.
...and I'm really glad about it XD, when I was a kid , even though I didn't really care about their relationship ( I'm focusing on robstar at that moment ), I always thought they'll end up together.
AND MY FEELINGS ARE RIGHT.
YES. I AM SO HAPPY.
AND THIS SCENE IS JUST SO ADORABLE I MUST DRAW IT.
WHO KNEW THEY THAT RAVEN HAVE A CRUSH ON HIM.
AND HE WAS HAPPY BEING HER "PASSION."
AND OF COURSE I SHIP THEM.
OH WAIT, IT'S NOT SHIPPING IF IT'S CANNON.
please enjoy and leave comment ~ >u<
it might or not might happen, but the possibilities EXIST just as BB-rae in TTG, they where cannon since several chapter focused on them AS a couple, or Rob-star, it wascannon all the show due the first chapter kiss and it became oficcial when the movie was released.
ah, too bad then :c I really love them, they're so adorable !
but I understand that everyone have a different opinions towards something c:
Oo is there a new series????
what bout terra ?
this is like narusaku
yup, it's called " teen titans go ! ", those series are really funny :'D
but I prefer the old ones though :'D
I duno,terra doesn't appear much on the show :/
and what do you mean this is like narusaku ?
thank you ! beast boy is really a cutie >u<
I know ! this scene is just so adorable ;u;
"Also, it's worth pointing out that their relationship in the comic was most likely influenced by their chemistry in the animated series."
1. The comics were being printed before the show's debut, since the comics were basically being brought back after "Graduation Day" seperated the New Teen Titans' 80s team and the Young Justice members disbanded during the last half of the 90s. In the then-new comics, the main Young Justice members became the newest Titans under the mentoring tuteledge of the remaining New Teen Titans team, with Cyborg largely being in the background & Nightwing (and later Starfire) making sparce appearances here and there--especially for large, group team-up stories--due to joining the Outsiders, therefore making Beast Boy and a reborn Raven (this time, in her third life as a teen) the default leaders and dating, just as Nightwing and Starfire had done before them during the 80s timeline. Bombshell's betrayal was even a repeat of the Terra situation before the original blond bitch herself resurfaced along with many other deceased former Titans during the Blackest Night arc. By the end of it--as in Titans #100, the very last issue before the New 52 reboot RETCONNED the entire DC Universe into non-existance--Beast Boy and Raven were the final, end couple, basically proving that, as far as the original comic timeline before the reboot is concerned, Nightwing/Starfire and Beast Boy/Raven were the definitive pairings.
This, in turn, carried INTO the series, essentially, even if the series was basically a nod to the 80s comics and various other time periods (70s heroes Bumblebee and The Herald [Karen and Mal were married for decades in the comics before the "DC hates happy endings" hammer came down on them], 70s villain Dr. Light [not to be confused with the good guy of the Mega Man videogame brand], British 60s spoof fashion designer Mad Mod, Larry as Robin's Batmite, etc.) as well as other franchises (Clash of the Planets, DBZ, Star Wars, Dr. Suess, the Looney Tunes [also owned by Time-Warner, as DC Comics themselves are], the Muppets, villains like Dr. Claw from Inspector Gadget, et al), courtesy of inside joke fanboy villain, Control Freak (or call we say, Control Geek).
2. Geoff Johns EXPLICITLY stated that his idea to put BB and Rae together was conceived BEFORE the series was underway, so really, who is truly being influenced? The show, being that the comics that were to bring BB and Rae together were being printed during the show's run (nevermind that, without Raven healing him from a near fatal gunshot wound in the 80s, Beast Boy wouldn't have lived to be her boyfriend in the future) or the comics, due to the show's popularity subtlely promoting the concept of the pairing (in reality though, fans crossing over from one media to the other often lead to both the comics and the show influencing each other in a way)?