Fans of the show from back in the day will recall the cute infatuation that blossomed between the two characters and developed into a full-on romance by the series' end. One can only imagine the amount of florid fan fiction sparked by it. But as adorable as the relationship was, it wasn't without some hiccups. It couldn't all be doe eyes on a Ferris wheel and blush-filled hand holding. Not when a one-eyed megalomaniac kept trying to destroy them and their friends. Being both teenagers unused to grappling with feelings of the heart and superheroes, who have numerous bizarre things happen to them just by virtue of their being superheroes, Robin and Starfire's romance went in some strange directions at times. Strange directions that even the biggest fan of the two might not know about. Love is hard and it can lead you to do weird things. That's all the more true when you're Batman's adopted kid and an alien out of place on Earth. With that in mind, here are some examples from both the animated TV show and the comics it was based on of the odd turns Robin and Starfire's love took.
Raven and Starfire
Granted by Psion experiments. Starfire has appeared in numerous cartoon television shows and films, including as a member of the Teen Titans in Cartoon Network 's eponymous series , voiced by Hynden Walch. The design of the character Koriand'r incorporated aspects of many existing characters. I figured based on the description, was Red Sonja in outer space, so she ended up having a visual cue from that. When Joe Orlando passed by and saw the character sketches he suggested that maybe her hair should be longer.
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Below are the known relationships of Starfire throughout the series. Robin has a huge romantic crush on Starfire, which borderlines nearly on obsessive love. Throughout the series, he resorts to every means possible to win her over. It's hinted that she possibly likes him back, although it's never confirmed until " Mouth Hole ". But since this series has broken continuity, for most of the time she only treats him as a normal friend. In " Driver's Ed ", while the others including Starfire teased and laughed at Robin's results of his driving test, Starfire comforted Robin "It is okay, Robin. Everyone fails the test of driving", though it doesn't help.