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The Teen Titans, also known as the New Teen Titans or simply the Titans, are a fictional First appearing in in The Brave and the Bold #54, the team was as young adults and introduced new characters Cyborg, Starfire and Raven, as made up of newer DC Comics sidekicks such as the new Robin (Tim Drake). Her personality changed dramatically from her first meeting with the Titans in Go! . "Sisters" is the 1st episode to show that Robin and Starfire have strong. Description Clip from before Robin and Starfire became Teen Titans, when they were still just Batman's side kick and weird speaking alien. From Episode
The series renewed interest in the Titans,  but drew sharp complaints due to shifts in the personalities of the various Young Justice characters. Most notably, the decision to have Impulse rebrand himself Kid Flash and the decision to jettison his happy-go-lucky person in favor of a more serious personality. The series, under Geoff Johns, also dramatically retconned Superboy's origin with the revelation that he was a hybrid clone based on the combined DNA of Superman and Lex Luthor.
Under Geoff Johns, the Teen Titans were front and center during the build-up and events of the Infinite Crisis crossover. During the lead-in of the crossover, Donna Troy was resurrected in a four-part crossover miniseries with The Outsiders called "The Return of Donna Troy" while Superboy and Cassie Sandsmark became a couple. Wonder Girl quit the group to join a cult she believed could resurrect Superboy, while Robin took a leave of absence to travel the globe with Batman and Nightwing.
Changeling and Raven attempted to keep the Titans going, resulting in a massive open call membership drive that saw a large number of heroes come and join the roster, which was anchored by Beast Boy and Raven. During this period, Osiris was driven from the team due to a smear campaign launched by Amanda Waller after she manipulated him into killing a super-villain. The smear campaign against Osiris, along with the war between Black Adam and Intergang, led to Black Adam declaring war on the world.
In the ensuing series of battles against the super-hero community, the Titans fought and lost a bloody battle with the villain, culminating in the deaths of Terra II and Young Frankenstein.
The deaths led to Beast Boy resigning from the team to join the Doom Patrol along with Herald and Bumblebee, while Raven took a leave of absence in order to purge Jericho of the dark forces that were corrupting him. Robin and Wonder Girl eventually rejoined the Titans now located in San Francisco, California and helped foil Bombshell's plan to frame Miss Martian as Deathstroke's latest mole in the team and allowed Raven to cleanse Jericho of the Azarathian corruption that had turned him evil.
Geoff John's final arc on the series would introduce a new villainous "Titans East" team, led by Deathstroke and Batgirl Cassandra Caine. Soon after, events related to the Countdown story arc impact the Titans.
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Duela Dent and Bart Allen are killed; Cyborg leaves; and Supergirl joins and Blue Beetle is invited to train, but the two eventually leave, with the members joining the Justice League of America and Justice League International respectively. The Titans fight the future, evil adult versions of the group Titans Tomorrow and Clock King and the Terror Titans, who are part of Darkseid's underground fight club for metahumans.
After the Batman R. P storyline, Robin leaves and Wonder Girl leads the team. Red Devil loses his powers after Brother Blood absorbs them. Miss Martian returns with several teen heroes liberated from the Dark Side Club. A new team is formed: In the ensuing battle, Hawk is killed after her predecessor Hank Hall tears her heart out. At the end of the Blackest Knight crossover, Hank Hall is resurrected and resumes his partnership with Dove. In the main series, Ravager and Jericho fight their father Deathstroke and the dead members of the Wilson family, resurrected as Black Lanterns.
During this time, several back-up stories begin to run in the series: Later storylines involve the corruption of Wonder Girl at the hands of various factors designed to address complaints about the character's abusive attitudes towards her teammates post-Infinite CrisisKid Devil is killed in battle, while Kid Eternity is revealed to have been beaten to death by the Calculator after being kidnapped by him.
Krul became the writer with issue 88 and penciller Nicola Scott became the book's artist. The Titans undergo this roster change in issue 87, the final issue before Krul's run.
Following a mission to an alternate dimension to rescue Raven, the team splits. Bombshell and Aquagirl are missing in actionMiss Martian is in a coma and she and a powerless Static leaves with Cyborg to go to Cadmus Labs in order to find a way to restore his powers. Damian Waynethe current Robin, is announced as a new team member,  officially joining in A series for Static was announced. She entered the main Teen Titans title following the crossover with the Red Robin series.
Tim rejoins the team as Red Robin rather than Robin but Cassie would remain the leader. The Gordanians make their first and only appearance. However, they were mentioned in "Sisters. This is the only episode where Raven's forcefield takes the form of her soul self.
Robin says at the end of the episode, "When there's trouble, you know who to call. At the end of the episode, Starfire is shown to have changed into the outfit she wears throughout the series.
However, it is unknown as to where she got the change of clothes, as she was a captive prisoner when she came to Earth. This episode shows why Beast Boy uses "dude" a lot. Cyborg called him dude and Beast Boy was very excited. The Gordanians' first appearance in Warner Bros.
This is fifth and final episode focusing on Robin and Starfire's romantic feelings for each other until their relationship is finally brought to a conclusion in the series finale movie, Teen Titans: This is the first time chronologically that Cyborg says his famous victory cry, "Boo-yah!
As a Tamaranean, she has alien physiology which includes a long violet tongue and nine stomachs, probably for storing food during meager times. She also seems to resemble some Japanese girls, inheriting similar eyebrows and very shiny hair. In " Bunny Raven As a tiger, she loses her hair and boots. Her eyes are now feline-like, and has a white underbelly, and a tail.
She still wears the same outfit. Personality Starfire is very cheerful and sweet, yet somewhat naive and considerably insecure, but her naivete is not to be mistaken for stupidity. An alien and an outsider, she is still rather new to Earth and its customs.
For example, she did not understand what a boy meant when he asked if she was "diggin' the scene" when she was at a party, and stated, confused, "I did not know we were supposed to bring shovels.
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Presumably, because English is not her first language, Starfire speaks without contractions and misuses idioms e. Additionally, she uses several Tamaranean nouns, such as "bumgorf" term of endearment towards one's own child"K'norfka" parent or guardian"clorbag varblernelk" insulting term"G'lufnog" bless you; said after one sneezesand "shlorvak" dream.
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She also insists on sharing her own customs with other members of the team such as providing a crown of raw meat to be worn on one's birthdaybut Starfire doesn't generally take offense when they don't understand or refuse her.
In one instance, she lies about a holiday celebrated by destroying drapery and blows up a window to explain an accidentally torn curtain; an act that barely registers as odd behavior by the others. Starfire's love for mustard. She takes friendship very seriously, and is easily distressed when others, especially her friends, argue or fight.
She is arguably the most social of the Titans, regularly meditating with Ravenor lifting weights with Cyborg. She can also be particularly indignant to the point of snubbing her teammates when she believes they do not care for her friendship or company.
Above all, Starfire wishes to be friends with everyone she meets, and for everyone to get along. This is in part probably, as before coming to Earth, Starfire didn't have real friends apart of her adoptive father, as she mentioned in Go! Starfire watching fireworks in awe Her personality changed dramatically from her first meeting with the Titans in Go!. She demonstrated her power and strength as she escaped from the Gordanian ship. While the others saw rampant destruction without a cause, Raven saw her trying to free herself from her handcuffs.
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As mentioned above, Tamaraneans learn language through lip contact, and having gotten what she wanted from Robin, she leaves him with a warning to leave her alone, she flies away knowing full well that the Gordanians were still hot on her trail.
As she fought against the Gordanians with the four other young heroes, her personality calmed dramatically, and she eventually apologized for the destruction she had caused during her escape. This change in behavior suggests truly was, at heart, a somewhat friendly, kindhearted person.
The reckless behavior seen in the beginning of the episode might lend some credence to why Tamaraneans are so feared throughout the galaxy: It also proves that Starfire, when the time is right, is not afraid to "kick the butt". While naive, Starfire is extremely perceptive. As shown in " Apprentice - Part 2 ", while knowing Robin and Slade had similar personalities, she refused to believe he had gone to be Slade's apprentice of his own accord, spending hours looking for him.
Later, she states that she "cannot live in a world where they must fight," showing that she values her friends more than anything. Starfire has also shown that she has a lot of wisdom, most notably in " Snowblind ", when she got Red Star to embrace his powers. She cares about each of her friends, but there is one person whom she cares more than anyone on Earth: Since the day they met, both her and Robin have had romantic feelings for each other, which are obvious to everyone including a few villains.
There have been multiple hints throughout the show showing how much they care about one another as evidenced in " Sisters ", " Date with Destiny ", " Betrothed ", " Stranded ", " Go! At that time, they share a few scenes with each other and have attempted to kiss twice. By the end of the movie, Robin and Starfire finally reveal their feelings for each other, and they finally share a real romantic kiss.
They are seen the next day holding each other's hands, confirming that they have finally become a couple. Relationships Starfire in a prom dress in "Date with Destiny". Starfire is close to all her friends, but the most important person that she loves more than anyone is her best friend Robin.
She has secretly harbored romantic feelings for him ever since they first met, though what she doesn't know is that Robin feels the same way about her. Until the events of the series finale movie, both were too afraid to confess how they really feel about each other, even though it was obvious to all of their friends and even enemies.
Since she is still new to Earth and its customs, Robin takes the time to help her learn to adjust to life on Earth which also strengths their bond with each other. On occasion this had led to dates or date-like events - for example, at the beginning of " Sisters ", where Robin explains to her that fireworks are not a signal of an impending attack whilst they are riding a Ferris wheel. Starfire enjoys Robin's teachings to no end, and they get along very well.
There are many hints throughout the show that they have feelings for one another. One significant example is when Robin fights Starfire and easily defeats the other Titans when Slade commands him to The Apprentice. However, it's shown that he actively avoids battling Starfire, and when forced to face her, he refuses to strike her down even when Slade repeatedly orders him to.
Robin also defies Slade's orders to be silent, saying Starfire's name before he can stop himself. Robin is usually the first to jump in and save Stsrfire when she is in trouble, often catching her when she falls, or shouting her name when she is in danger. There are many times when Robin saves her from falling or being hit by something. Equally, Starfire saves Robin just as often; usually by grabbing him and flying out of danger. Since they are allies and part of a team, these acts are rarely given second thoughts, but Starfire and Robin save one another significantly more often than they save the others - but that doesn't mean that they do not care for the rest of their team, however.
Having such strong feelings for him, Stsrfire often gets extremely jealous when other girls flirt with Robin, such as Blackfire and Kittenas shown in " Sisters " and " Date with Destiny " respectively. This tends to happen more often, as it is frequently mentioned by various villains with varying degrees of interest in that Star is very beautiful - this is even noted in the opening monologue in " Transformation ". Throughout the series, there have been crucial moments to the growing bond between Robin and Starfire, even having 5 episodes which focus primarily on their feelings for one another: The show's finale film Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo also had their romance as a major plot point.
Robin and Starfire enjoying a Ferris Wheel ride together. At the start of episode, they are on a Ferris wheel, enjoying a fireworks display together. Starifre is still having a hard time to adjusting to life on Earth, but is enjoying herself. During the ride, she is suddenly snatched by an alien robot.
The Titans destroy the robot, and when they return to the Tower they find a surprise visitor: Starfire's older sister Blackfire.
At first, Starfire very happy to see Blackfire, however, she soon starts to become upset as Blackfire quickly makes herself popular on the team, due to her rebellious lifestyle and better understanding of Earth.
As she tries to spend time with her friends, but is blown off as they prefer to hang out with Blackfire. However, she only becomes truly upset when Blackfire is shown to be constantly flirting with Robin.