In the same episode, when Starfire mistakes a handsome Tameranean as whom she is to be wed and is immediately enamored by him, Robin's reaction showed a great disapproval and comical jealousy. However, during Infinite Crisis, an image from the Titans Tomorrow timeline shows a gravestone implied to belong to a deceased Dick Grayson.[5]. Raven murdered the priest before he could pronounce Dick and Koriand'r husband and wife but canonically they were still married regardless (Flash vol 2. According to her, the condition is actually pretty common on Tamaran. Many people adore Starfire but how much do they actually know about her? Another is that her ship, which crashed on a tropical island, appears to be her primary home, where she keeps a number of articles of Dick Grayson's clothing - which eventually serve to become part of Jason's "Red Hood" uniform. It rolls off the tongue nicely and combines beauty with power incredibly well. She is later converted against her will to join Darkseid before being seemingly killed by her sister Blackfire, who believes that she will be brought back to life by Epoch. Buddy invites her to stay with the family as an after-school sitter despite Ellen's discomfort with how close Buddy and Starfire seem. This energy also gives her incredible superhuman strength and durability. When she sneezes, she unleashes explosive starbolt energy out of her nose and mouth. 14. During their investigation, they were attacked by a strange radioactive creature which fled into the snow covered wilderness. It’s revealed that Blackfire has betrayed Starfire multiple times and has actually conspired to kill her in the comics as well. All traits of a character are used for calculating the Classification. If you think about it, Starfire is a pretty cool superhero name. Tamaranean Charge: Starfire flies toward the opponent, hitting them with her blazing hair. As part of the relaunch, Starfire became the cast member of the series Red Hood and the Outlaws. She then fires a barrage of starbolts into her opponent, sending them further into space. The ragtag team is then forced to flee, with Lobo acting as their guide, gaining Ekron's help and discovering their real enemy, Lady Styx, bringing havoc and mayhem in the entire Galaxy. Those that have seen the animated series have seen Starfire’s sister, Blackfire or Komand’r. Personally, I think she would be a good leader for the Teen Titans. Alanna and Adam Strange arrive at the scene via the Zeta Beam and meet up with Starfire and Ellen Baker. The girl is definitely versatile. I think Walch has a penchant for voicing awesome ladies that could also take you down. after defeating Starro the Conqueror, ensuring security for Rann, the Vega System and the galaxy. Koriand'r was a princess whose planet had been enslaved by the alien empire known as the Citadel, which forced Koriand'r into slavery. Starfire actually doesn’t need to eat, drink, or sleep. She can out-muscle her Titans teammates Cyborg and even Donna Troy as even Donna Troy could not restrain her and needed Mon-El's help in doing so. Starfire has been a very popular superhero ever since her first appearance in the New Teen Titans in 1980. The creators did not have physics in mind when designing them. Background. Unfortunately, he also died trying to defend Tamaran from the Sun Eater. In fact, episode two of season one was about the arrival of her sister, Blackfire, and how everyone in the team starts gravitating towards her, which makes Starfire sad. Unfortunately, in the case of Starfire, they failed to appropriately modernize the character while also erasing everything that made Koriand'r a unique and popular. In the animated series, the Teen Titans dealt with a wide variety of villains, but none were as prevalent as Slade. One time, BB plans to get the dirt on Cyborg for pranking him, by throwing an oil balloon in Cyborg's face. The weird thing is that her animation model does have a navel, but if you look at Starfire in the show, she doesn’t have a belly button, and it stays consistent throughout the series. Once the nefarious villain forces Starfire to eat a brainwashing pie (still not the strangest thing to happen to the Teen Titans), her nine stomachs apparently protected her from the pie’s effects and allowed her to take down Mother Mae-Eye and save her teammates. After Damian kicked Wally West off the team, the team moved him from leadership and named Starfire as the new leader. [18] Starfire also demonstrated more control over her powers in the New 52 reboot, having used her internal energy to melt the metal of Jason Todd's gun when it came into contact with her skin. Cyborg? Sometimes, if Starfire is worried about a girl thing, she talks to Raven[7] and tells her about her newly-found pimple. Koriand'r makes her live adaptation debut in the DC Universe and HBO Max series Titans, played by Anna Diop. This led to Starfire, Nightwing, Troia, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Raven, Kid Flash, and Red Arrow, to reassemble as a team, when they realized that the attacks are the result of a resurrected Trigon and his newly discovered three sons. Starfire also has the power and ability to unleash all her stored energy into a pseudo nova blast. She can also absorb the ultraviolet radiation from other life forms. Beast boy using an angry cat as a weapon or for his own convenience. In fact, Starfire has been married not only once, but twice. She does have that rather exotic quality with her golden orange skin, flaming red hair, and glowing green eyes. While attempting to free herself of the handcuffs with which she had been laden, she ended up both destroying buildings and cars, and running into four young teenagers with whom she would later fight crime. She pays Devilance back for capturing her by stealing his staff and striking him with it before catching up with Buddy and Adam. But did you know that in the comics, Starfire’s hair is sometimes made of flames? On the episode Troq when Cyborg tells Robin about what Valyour is calling her he gets very upset. Meter Burn pops up the opponent allowing for additional attacks. Oddly enough, Cyborg and Starfire were the two members that Slade didn’t go after. The music. Starfire, Adam Strange, and Animal Man are fated to join forces again in the coming Countdown to Adventure eight-issue miniseries. Right at the end of the series, Tamaran is invaded again by Helspont, and, to ensure the safety of her people, Blackfire sides with him on the condition that Tamaran be spared. Starfire has also been stated to have flown light years through space in short amounts of time. There are also other big hints throughout the show that they like one another, such as when Robin fights and easily defeats the other Titans like Slade commands him to, but when Starfire is the last one, he refuses to strike her down.