Starfire is a warrior princess from the planet Tamaran, despite her exotic alien beauty, she is a down-to-earth girl. Since arriving on Earth she’s travelled as a part-time fashionista and recently enrolled in Super Hero High. With super-strength, the power of flight the ability to project starbolts, she truly is a SUPER DUPER model.

As a model, Starfire’s seen all the great cities on Earth––and a few that are out of this world! When she’s not in the seat of a luxury jet, she’s flying to meet her besties at Capes and Cowls Café.

She’s got a good heart and tries to say a kind word, but it doesn’t always come out exactly as she means (because of her not understanding Earth grammar). She brings out the best in her friends and when they’re in danger you might get a glimpse of her fiery side.

If you haven’t heard the news about Starfire getting a much needed costume update — not to mention her own on-going series by powerhouse team Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, of Harley Quinn fame, along with Emanuela Lupacchino — then buckle up because I’m going to break it down for you.

Costume updates are becoming the norm for the Big Two in the past few years, what with the recent influx of reboots and relaunches. Carol Danvers was one of the first to get a notable costume update, shedding her black lightning bolt bathing suit and hip scarf for a colorful and powerful full body suit, as she officially donned the name of Captain Marvel. Other recent costume reboots have included Barbara Gordon’s new Batgirl look under Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher and Jessica Drew’s updated Spider-Woman wear thanks to Kris Anka.

Starfire also received a costume update when she was rebooted with the rest of the DC characters in the New 52 line two years ago.

Linda escapes from the hospital and rejoins her newscrew, in time to investigate a haunted theatre.  Johnny Drew, Linda’s cameraman and new boyfriend, gets captures by a mysterious monster, as does Nasty when they try to capture him.

Supergirl tracks the creature down, discovering that he is working for Starfire.  Starfire puts Supergirl in a vat of acid when her powers disappear, but of course they return again in time for her to escape and capture Starfire.

The come and go powers fall into this pattern to a sickening degree, always going away in order to put her in peril, then returning to allow her to triumph.

Starfire is a warrior princess from the planet Tamaran, despite her exotic alien beauty, she is a down-to-earth girl. Since arriving on Earth she’s travelled as a part-time fashionista and recently enrolled in Super Hero High. With super-strength, the power of flight the ability to project starbolts, she truly is a SUPER DUPER model.

As a model, Starfire’s seen all the great cities on Earth––and a few that are out of this world! When she’s not in the seat of a luxury jet, she’s flying to meet her besties at Capes and Cowls Café.

She’s got a good heart and tries to say a kind word, but it doesn’t always come out exactly as she means (because of her not understanding Earth grammar). She brings out the best in her friends and when they’re in danger you might get a glimpse of her fiery side.

If you haven’t heard the news about Starfire getting a much needed costume update — not to mention her own on-going series by powerhouse team Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, of Harley Quinn fame, along with Emanuela Lupacchino — then buckle up because I’m going to break it down for you.

Costume updates are becoming the norm for the Big Two in the past few years, what with the recent influx of reboots and relaunches. Carol Danvers was one of the first to get a notable costume update, shedding her black lightning bolt bathing suit and hip scarf for a colorful and powerful full body suit, as she officially donned the name of Captain Marvel. Other recent costume reboots have included Barbara Gordon’s new Batgirl look under Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher and Jessica Drew’s updated Spider-Woman wear thanks to Kris Anka.

Starfire also received a costume update when she was rebooted with the rest of the DC characters in the New 52 line two years ago.

Linda escapes from the hospital and rejoins her newscrew, in time to investigate a haunted theatre.  Johnny Drew, Linda’s cameraman and new boyfriend, gets captures by a mysterious monster, as does Nasty when they try to capture him.

Supergirl tracks the creature down, discovering that he is working for Starfire.  Starfire puts Supergirl in a vat of acid when her powers disappear, but of course they return again in time for her to escape and capture Starfire.

The come and go powers fall into this pattern to a sickening degree, always going away in order to put her in peril, then returning to allow her to triumph.

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Who is he? After making a name for himself as Batman’s sidekick, Dick Grayson is finally ready to emerge from the shadows and assemble a team of his own.

Who is she? Also known as Koriand’r, Starfire hails from a warrior planet and seeks asylum on earth. Starfire is a “no-nonsense” and “take-no-prisoners” fighter who can also fly and shoot energy bolts.

Who is she? A powerful empath and the daughter of a demon, Raven is constantly battling her darker impulses to ensure she doesn’t unleash her demonic side.

Starfire is a warrior princess from the planet Tamaran, despite her exotic alien beauty, she is a down-to-earth girl. Since arriving on Earth she’s travelled as a part-time fashionista and recently enrolled in Super Hero High. With super-strength, the power of flight the ability to project starbolts, she truly is a SUPER DUPER model.

As a model, Starfire’s seen all the great cities on Earth––and a few that are out of this world! When she’s not in the seat of a luxury jet, she’s flying to meet her besties at Capes and Cowls Café.

She’s got a good heart and tries to say a kind word, but it doesn’t always come out exactly as she means (because of her not understanding Earth grammar). She brings out the best in her friends and when they’re in danger you might get a glimpse of her fiery side.

If you haven’t heard the news about Starfire getting a much needed costume update — not to mention her own on-going series by powerhouse team Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, of Harley Quinn fame, along with Emanuela Lupacchino — then buckle up because I’m going to break it down for you.

Costume updates are becoming the norm for the Big Two in the past few years, what with the recent influx of reboots and relaunches. Carol Danvers was one of the first to get a notable costume update, shedding her black lightning bolt bathing suit and hip scarf for a colorful and powerful full body suit, as she officially donned the name of Captain Marvel. Other recent costume reboots have included Barbara Gordon’s new Batgirl look under Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher and Jessica Drew’s updated Spider-Woman wear thanks to Kris Anka.

Starfire also received a costume update when she was rebooted with the rest of the DC characters in the New 52 line two years ago.

Starfire is a warrior princess from the planet Tamaran, despite her exotic alien beauty, she is a down-to-earth girl. Since arriving on Earth she’s travelled as a part-time fashionista and recently enrolled in Super Hero High. With super-strength, the power of flight the ability to project starbolts, she truly is a SUPER DUPER model.

As a model, Starfire’s seen all the great cities on Earth––and a few that are out of this world! When she’s not in the seat of a luxury jet, she’s flying to meet her besties at Capes and Cowls Café.

She’s got a good heart and tries to say a kind word, but it doesn’t always come out exactly as she means (because of her not understanding Earth grammar). She brings out the best in her friends and when they’re in danger you might get a glimpse of her fiery side.

Starfire is a warrior princess from the planet Tamaran, despite her exotic alien beauty, she is a down-to-earth girl. Since arriving on Earth she’s travelled as a part-time fashionista and recently enrolled in Super Hero High. With super-strength, the power of flight the ability to project starbolts, she truly is a SUPER DUPER model.

As a model, Starfire’s seen all the great cities on Earth––and a few that are out of this world! When she’s not in the seat of a luxury jet, she’s flying to meet her besties at Capes and Cowls Café.

She’s got a good heart and tries to say a kind word, but it doesn’t always come out exactly as she means (because of her not understanding Earth grammar). She brings out the best in her friends and when they’re in danger you might get a glimpse of her fiery side.

If you haven’t heard the news about Starfire getting a much needed costume update — not to mention her own on-going series by powerhouse team Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti, of Harley Quinn fame, along with Emanuela Lupacchino — then buckle up because I’m going to break it down for you.

Costume updates are becoming the norm for the Big Two in the past few years, what with the recent influx of reboots and relaunches. Carol Danvers was one of the first to get a notable costume update, shedding her black lightning bolt bathing suit and hip scarf for a colorful and powerful full body suit, as she officially donned the name of Captain Marvel. Other recent costume reboots have included Barbara Gordon’s new Batgirl look under Cameron Stewart and Brenden Fletcher and Jessica Drew’s updated Spider-Woman wear thanks to Kris Anka.

Starfire also received a costume update when she was rebooted with the rest of the DC characters in the New 52 line two years ago.

Linda escapes from the hospital and rejoins her newscrew, in time to investigate a haunted theatre.  Johnny Drew, Linda’s cameraman and new boyfriend, gets captures by a mysterious monster, as does Nasty when they try to capture him.

Supergirl tracks the creature down, discovering that he is working for Starfire.  Starfire puts Supergirl in a vat of acid when her powers disappear, but of course they return again in time for her to escape and capture Starfire.

The come and go powers fall into this pattern to a sickening degree, always going away in order to put her in peril, then returning to allow her to triumph.

A place for fans of DC's comics, movies, fan creations, video games, and anything else related to one of the largest comic book publishers in the world, and home of the World's Greatest Superheroes!

If a significant event has taken place within one year of its release, mark it as a spoiler. If you are submitting a link, do not include the spoiler in your submitted link name.

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