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Special Agent Ravenwood is an agent of the Earth Protection Force, appearing initially in the first issue of Bebop & Rocksteady Hit the Road. She has been a member of the organization since its inception in 1955, and was the subject of a failed experiment many years ago that left her with unusual physical qualities. This includes a body that can stretch, endure physical assaults from Bebop and Rocksteady, and split into multiple different "Ravenwoods."
Under her leadership, the E.P.F. searched for Bebop and Rocksteady, eventually tracking them to Houston. She encountered Xiang Fei Tong and the New Ghost Boys upon her arrival, and easily defeated the woman.
Ravenwood's search for Rocksteady and Bebop was seemingly thwarted when Savanti Romero teleported the pair away. But when a battle between Romero and the Time Lords broke out over Houston, she unsuccessfully attempted to talk down Bebop, and resorted to weaponry when she was unable to. Her helicopter was downed, but she was uninjured.
Ravenwood then interrogated Xiang and Hector Barrales, the latter informing her that Bebop and Rocksteady were heading back to New York. She attempted to reach out to the pair of mutants, believing that they were confused former animals in need of compassion and understanding, but soon learned that they were former humans with extensive criminal records.
She successfully captured the pair, but Agent Bishop and Doctor Shevlin attempted to kill her by remotely loosing their restraints. After pitting them against robotic doppelgängers, Ravenwood fought the pair, splitting her body into multiple masses of muscle, each with a head. However, this proved to be her undoing, as the pair destroyed all but one Ravenwood head, who escaped into the river.
Ravenwood takes a more pragmatic attitude than Agent John Bishop, not subscribing to his call to exterminate all mutants, and indeed judging him the worst possible candidate for making first contact. Ravenwood does wish to stop mutants who make themselves dangerous to others, as Bebop and Rocksteady have, and likens them as monsters. But she also believes they deserve compassion, viewing humans as responsible for a mutants' anguish and personally relating to that anguish.