Rose Wilson, codename Ravager, is a minor character and former villainess, later Honorary Titan, appearing exclusively in the Teen Titans Go! comic series. For some reason, Slade had never mentioned her even once in the show; nor did she appear in Season Three.
Character HistoryRavager is the biological daughter of Slade, arch nemesis of the Teen Titans. In her father's honor, she wears a mask; much like her father's which covers her left eye.
In Teen Titans Go! #49, Ravager returns to Jump City, hoping to claim "what is rightfully hers". Ravager finds Wintergreen and Professor Chang, both of whom had something which belonged to her father. It is revealed here that all of Slade's robot commandos were built by Professor Chang. However, Professor Chang had already sold the robots to General Immortus in Teen Titans Go! #35, which angers Ravager so much that she leaves him shaking with fear when the Titans come to his aid. Now Ravager goes on a rampage in Jump City, determined to carry on her father's legacy; defeating the Teen Titans once and for all. However, after fighting with them, Ravager understands that she does not have to carry on her father's legacy, and needs not follow in his footsteps as another enemy of the Titans. The Titans offer her home a and a family and they tell her that she is free to make her own decisions in life. Touched by the Titans' words of friendship, she decides to frequently train (but not officially join) with them until she is ready to face her future as a better person.
- Legacy (debut)
- In the original comics, Rose Wilson wasn't the first character named Ravager. The first to bear the name Ravager was Slade's firstborn son Grant. Grant once tried to kill the Titans, but he ended up getting killed himself. Since then, other criminals assumed the name "Ravager" until it was taken by Rose.
- In the original comics, she actually cut out her eye in an effort to emulate her father instead of wearing a mask.
- in The Apprentice, Part 2, Slade had said to Robin that may even be like a father to him. He did, however, reference the fact that he already was a father or has any children.
- Rose shares some similarities with Karai in the fourth season of the 2003 series of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. After her adoptive father, the Utrom Shredder, was defeated and exiled; a vengeful Karai vowed to follow in his footsteps and became the new Shredder, determined to terminate the Turtles' once and for all in the name of her "father." Also, Karai's main weapon was a katana.