Nightwing and Starfire nearly got married in the Teen Titans
comic book but, naturally, their vows were interrupted before the
ceremony could be completed. Although there was no direct reference
to their marriage in the Kingdom Come story line, they did have a
daughter and their marriage was implied.
In the current New 52 continuity, there has been no indication
that Nightwing and Starfire were ever close. Instead, Starfire has
a, rather open, relationship with Red Hood/Jason Todd, another
former Boy Wonder.
The current version of Batman (Bruce Wayne) is not married.
The Golden Age Batman, ret-con'd to Earth-2 Batman, eventually
married a reformed Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman. They eventually had a
daughter, Helena Wayne, who grew up to be The Huntress.
In the current New 52 continuity, there is a "new" Earth-2
Batman who, while otherwise updated, also had a daughter named
Helena Wayne. Her mother, and wether or not she was married to that
Bruce Wayne, is not specified.
Starfire is translated from"Kori'Ander" or"Kory/Kori Anderson."
Starfire is the earth version of"Kori'Ander" Galfor in the show
calls her "Kori'ander." "Commander" = Blackfire which is"komand'er"
Hope I helped and sorry about spelling mistakes!
Trigon took Arella to be his bride because he believed she would
be too weak to kill herself or the baby he would sire. His previous
wives all killed themselves and/or the resulting children so that
Trigon would not spawn another being of immense power and evil.
In the first of the movies, Michael Keaton got some mileage from
In the campy 1960's series, the lines consisted of "to the
Batpoles" or "to the Batmobile" which were said to Robin. Batman
(Adam West) also used the term "despicable fiend" a few times
referring to the villain-of-the-week.
In the comics and the TV series, it was Robin who made the
wordplay exclamations "Holy (whatever), Batman!"
During the events of No Man's Land, they had a brief
relationship before Babs broke it off. Later, during Infinite
Crisis, Dick and Barbara were engaged but quickly broke it off
since Dick, Tim, and Bruce were going on a trip together and Babs
thought Dick needed to find himself and stop defining himself by
his relationships to other people. They haven't been in a
relationship since, but there have been hints in the comics to
indicate that Babs still has feelings...
The Anti-Life Equation is supposedly a formula which can give
the person who knows it total control over the thoughts of every
being in the universe. Since life is freedom, then anti-life is the
lack of freedom. Darkseid's main goal has been to find the
Anti-Life Equation, which he believes to be locked in the
subconscious mind of a human somewhere on Earth.
At first he likes starfire but there were some complications
than some people said he like barbara after he cad starfire broke
up but he also had some coplications with barbara so in the end he
likes them as friends.
it ended or was cancelled I dont know which, the last episode is
the one where lex luthor inadvertantly brings back darkseid and him
and his army attacks earth so the justice league team up with lex
luthor and all his guys to defend it, lex luthor finds the anti
life equation and shows it to darkseid and they both disappear
In the last 2 episodes, Lex Luthor accidentally brings Darkseid
back to life instead of Brainiac. Darkseid along with his...
Of course not. She is a fictional character and has many roots
in Greek Mythology, moreso than any other super-hero type
character. It might be argued Flash is derived from Mercury, but
Wonder woman is a mythologists delight.
Batman could be seen as a controversial figure for several
reasons. In the mid 20th century, Batman was held up as an example
of how comic books were corrupting the youth because of the
supposed homosexual undertones of his relationship with his ward,
Dick Grayson. This controversy, however, has largely faded to the
realm of history.
Batman also draws controversy because his actions could be
viewed as unethical. For example, in the book Batman and
Philosophy: The Dark Knight of the Soul, one...