Ravager (comics)

Ravager (comics)


caption = "Deathstroke the Terminator" #4 with art by Mike Zeck
character_name = Ravager
publisher = DC Comics
debut = (Grant)
"New Teen Titans" vol. 1 #1 (November 1980)
"Batman" #440 (October 1989)
"Tales of the Teen Titans" #44 (July 1984)
(as Ravager)
"Deathstroke the Terminator" #1 (August 1991)
"Deathstroke, the Hunted" #0 (October 1994)
creators = (Grant)
George Pérez, Marv Wolfman, Romeo Tanghal
Marv Wolfman, George Pérez
Marv Wolfman, Sergio Cariello
alter_ego = - Grant Wilson
- Unknown
- Bill Walsh
- Wade LaFarge
- Rose Wilson Worth
full_name =
species =
homeworld =
alliances = (Grant and Walsh)
aliases = (LaFarge)
The Jackal
powers = (Grant)
Enhanced strength and reflexes

Ravager is the name of five fictional comic book characters in the DC Universe. All five are villains, and four have appeared in series featuring the Titans and have a connection the villain Deathstroke, Slade Wilson.

Grant Wilson

The first Ravager is Deathstroke's older son Grant Wilson, who dies attempting to assassinate the Teen Titans under a contract from the H.I.V.E., causing Deathstroke to hold the Titans responsible for his death. Because of a procedure the H.I.V.E. undertook to imitate his father's abilities, he gains enhanced strength and reflexes.

In "Teen Titans", vol.3, #31 (February 2006), Grant is resurrected by Brother Blood to guard Kid Eternity.

Ravager (Batman)

This Ravager first appeared in "Batman" #440 (October 1989) during the first part of the story arc which introduced Tim Drake; he kills several people, including two policemen, in order to catch Batman's attention. This Ravager is hired by Two-Face to kill Batman, but fails. This is his only appearance.

Bill Walsh

The third Ravager is Bill Walsh, a former rival of Deathstroke's who takes up the title to lure Deathstroke into battle. Before he takes on the name Ravager, Walsh is involved in the kidnapping of Slade's younger son, Jericho, which ultimately results in Jericho's throat being slit (and him becoming mute). As Ravager, Walsh attempts to kill Slade with a bomb; Slade instead kills Walsh and defuses the bomb. ["Deathstroke, the Terminator" #4, November 1991]

Wade LaFarge

The fourth Ravager is Slade's half brother, Wade LaFarge, a small-time hitman who uses the name in mockery of Slade. This leads to more than he bargained for, as Deathstroke orchestrates a series of events that lead to him being killed and supplanted by Rose Wilson, Deathstroke's daughter, who Deathstroke then manipulates into becoming the new Ravager.

Rose Wilson

The fifth Ravager is Rose Wilson, Slade's illegitimate daughter. At one period, Deathstroke manipulates and brainwashes her into becoming his apprentice. After a brief stint training with Nightwing in an attempt to make the Secret Society of Super Villains leave Blüdhaven alone, Rose realizes that Deathstroke does not have her best interests at heart and leaves him. One year after the events of "Infinite Crisis", she has joined the Teen Titans, as seen in "Teen Titans" vol. 3 #34 (May 2006).


* [http://www.titanstower.com/source/whoswho/ravager.html Titans Tower: Ravager]


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