It Won't Be Long Chapter 1, a teen titans fanfic | FanFiction
Starfire (Koriand'r) is a fictional superheroine appearing in books published by DC Comics. . Alanna and Adam Strange arrive at the scene via the Zeta Beam and meet up with Starfire and Ellen Baker. This led to Starfire, Nightwing, Troia, Cyborg, Beast Boy, Raven, Kid Flash, and Red Arrow, to reassemble as a team. Rated: Fiction T - English - Romance - Starfire, Robin - Chapters: 8 - Words: . he whispered in her ear "I won't be long and we will meet again. Starfire and Robin have been through a lot in Teen Titans — and their a lot of waiting because they didn't get that kiss until the series ending.
Her second husband, General Phy'zzon, she did love but he ended up sacrificing himself to save their planet. Maybe the third time will be the charm? It was always present certainly, but in five seasons it was only the focus of an episode's plot five times.
Starfire (Teen Titans)
That's only once per season. Robin's obsession with the villain Slade had more episodes devoted to it. It's a testament to the writers, animators, and voice actors that they could make something so memorable with such little screen time. Apparently not though, as he might not even be aware of his own adopted son's romantic partner.
Seriously, Batman has encountered Starfire personally on at least two occasions and doesn't acknowledge their relationship. It's clear he knows who she is, but it's never clear if he knows she's Robin's girlfriend. That seems like something you would be aware of when you're saving the universe together.
But Batman never goes, "Hey, that's my son's girlfriend. Like when your spouse is resisting the oppressive body you're the face of. That's what happened in the Nightwing: New World Order storyline. In an alternate future, Dick Grayson becomes the public face of an anti-superpower government that's forced many of his friends underground, including Starfire.
She's joined the resistance against the very people he works for. This strained not only their relationship, but her relationship with their son Jake too. Nightwing eventually saw the error of his ways though, reuniting with Starfire and helping the resistance.
Robin's case is more well-known of course. It was the accident that cost him his parents' life that led to Bruce Wayne adopting him. It was his need for closure that led Batman to train Dick Grayson to be his partner.
Starfire has lost her parents too. The King and Queen of Tamaran fell defending their planet from the Gordanians, an enemy species that enslaved Starfire and her sister. Being orphaned has had profound effects on both. It's a little more surprising when you remember they were created decades apart.
Back in the s, Robin's creator Bill Finger based the Boy Wonder's iconic red and green costume on the look of Robin Hood, which is also where the name came from. And in the s Starfire's creator George Perez based her look on the female barbarian hero Red Sonja, though Starfire's outfit was far more modest.
How's that for a coincidence? Take Robin for instance. Part of the inspiration for his classic look is the red-breasted robin, a bird to match Batman's winged look. But Starfire has an animal connection to that doesn't come up as often. Her species, the Tamaranians, are descended from felines. Like how humans evolved from apes, they evolved from alien cats. You know, given how cats and birds usually get along, it's kind of surprising these two are in a relationship.
Nightwing and Starfire would know, both are well-known for their attractiveness in the world of DC Comics. It's obvious why for Starfire. She's a beautiful alien princess with giant hair and a As for Nightwing, he's regularly been said to have the best behind in comics.
It's probably the skintight suit that makes his butt such a prize. This goes doubly for tragedies. Both Robin and Starfire had traumatizing experiences as children. He saw his parents lose their lives in front of his eyes. Batman was able to help overcome his grief and need for revenge at the unfairness of it.
Starfire (Teen Titans) - Wikipedia
She was kidnapped and enslaved at a young age. Enemies of her people performed experiments on her and made her a weapon. Batman told him once not to ever get romantically involved with someone, because they would be in constant danger and will distract him from his duty.
She knew she would be able to protect herself and didn't need Nightwing there to baby-sit her. She also it was not her decision to make it was her loves, but from the sight of his boxes being loaded into a truck and none of hers, she knew what choice he had made. Nightwing's room was totally empty.
A truck had come to take it to an apartment in Gotham City that Bruce had arranged for him. He had walked his way towards Star's room. She had been avoiding him since she found out he was leaving 2 days ago.
He stood in front of her door and knocked. He walked through the door and saw her sprawled face down on her bed. He walked to her bed and sat down.
He sat down on her bed and pulled her into his lap, holding her in the tightest hug he could possibly give. He looked into her perfect green eyes that were threatening to burst with tears. I'm leaving my friends and the woman I love behind. It is eating me up inside.
I want to live with you for the rest of my life.
It could put us both in great danger. I know that you can hold your own, but I don't want to take a chance. I would be devastated if I lost you. I don't want to leave her behind upset. I don't want to leave her behind at all, but I have to for her sake and my sanity's. He gave her a soft kiss on lips and started to sing to her.