Meet Corinne Morgan, AKA Corbie, and the colorful friends and foes who appear in her adventures!


A resourceful teenage inventor, Corinne is sensitive, introverted and kind but has an acerbic tongue that frequently gets her in trouble. After discovering the Mystical Sphere of the Badb, a crystal ball containing the spirit of her ancestor, Corinne uses her newfound powers to become the crow-like armored superheroine Corbie.


As Corbie, Corinne wears a suit of powered armor that works in tandem with the magical abilities she acquired upon finding the Mystical Sphere, using her spectral wings and enhanced strength to battle evil both on her home turf of Hollywood and beyond!


The Celtic goddess of war, The Morrigan lost her physical form 1,000 years ago and was imprisoned within the Mystical Sphere until Corinne discovered it. Having taken up residence within Corinne’s head, this trickster has decided to work with her young protégé to help her in her adventures as Corbie.


A fearless student activist, Sadie is paired off to become friends with Corinne as both are perpetual thorns in the side of Headmistress Cravin. Sadie’s never-ending fight for a better world helps inspire Corinne’s own heroic exploits.


Corinne’s globe-trotting entrepreneur father. An amiable and hands-off parent, he remains oblivious to his daughter’s secret double-life.


Mother of Carlton and grandmother of Corinne, Jennifer is a former music journalist and until recently was the keeper of the Mystical Sphere of the Badb, which had been passed down through the family for generations.


The hard-nosed head of the ruthless Anna Dale Academy, Cravin seeks to weed out the weak and soft-hearted from her school, placing her at odds with both Corinne and the principled Sadie. Maxine, Josie and Ruby serve as her on-the-ground enforcers.


Ruthless head of The IC, a trio of bullies who terrorize the students of Anna Dale Academy. Captain of the Anna Dale Raccoons, the school’s field hockey team, she uses her stick outside of competition as a weapon – often against Corinne, with whom she has a heated rivalry.


One of Anna Dale’s star students, Josie’s membership in The IC ensures she remains at the top of Anna Dale’s pecking order, as feared as she is respected. The most ethical and diplomatic member of the gang, she sometimes finds herself forced to set aside her objections to Maxine’s cruelty.


Beautiful and manipulative, Ruby uses her charms to ensure The IC retain their stranglehold over Anna Dale Academy. Wielding a baseball bat to inflict punishment, her capacity for violence is perhaps even greater than Maxine’s.


Younger sister of Morrigan, Neamhain is a duplicitious goddess who plotted to ensure her elder sibling’s spirit was contained within the Mystical Sphere. The “architect” of the family, she frequently hatches schemes to defeat Corbie and Morrigan, and patterns her appearance after the goat, the animal with which she’s most closely associated.


Morrigan’s other sibling, the mischievous and impulsive Macha is an equine goddess who collaborates with Neamhain to create headaches for Corbie.


Mother of Morrigan, Neamhain and Macha, the intimidating Ernmas resides within the hidden Irish palace of Tamiragh, maintaining an inate connection to the ecology of the planet.

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