>>114594264>Thousands of more interesting or fanservice female characters
I guess I can't argue something as subjective as "what makes a character interesting", but being half human half demon isn't exactly common. She also tends to be thoughtful and introspective, a contrast to many cartoon protagonists. As far as fan service goes, she does show a lot of leg, she's pretty busty, and has a noticeable hourglass figure. I wouldn't say she's at the bottom of the barrel in either the interest or fanservice categories.>Less pretty than Star
I think we have very different views on the situation. Star was undoubtedly supposed to be pretty / traditionally beautiful as part of her appeal. However, I don't think that was intended to suggest Raven wasn't. Raven hid her looks under a cowl, mystery rather than upfront beauty was her character. Once we saw her face, she was on par with Star.>Unlikeable cunt
I have to disagree. She was sullen, but never abrasive. She was incredibly tolerant, if a bit blunt. Raven also opened up and had a close personal relationship with each of her teammates. If anything her refusal to burden others with her problems was her character fault.>Fandom makes her THICC and loose their shit
Almost all fanart exaggerates to fit the artist's taste. Fans are analysts by nature. If you obsess over something, you're going to evaluate the characters in detail. Terra, Star, Jinx, etc. have some depth, but aren't quite as well fleshed out as Raven was. Raven had moments with Cyborg that showed her ability to empathize and go out of her comfort zone, moments with BB where she showed a sense of humor and developed patience, moments with Robin that highlighted the burdens and past failures that haunted them both. Star got some character developments with her fish out of water stuff, but it was less varied and shallow in comparison. Fans could take more time looking at different aspects of Raven's characterization and build fondness via repetition.