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Starfire-Nightwing BROKE UP by AnaliaRachelRoth Starfire-Nightwing BROKE UP by AnaliaRachelRoth
hahaha...I mean...LOOK AT HER EYES!!!She is in pain!!!!This is the final END of the couple...

Well 2 issues before they made it because they were controled by Lust (One of Raven´s brothers) Kori thought...that there was hope to restart the couple so She asked to Nightwing if he REALLY LOVES her! you can HIS answer!

I am not a fan of them...but...mmm...It was CRUEL...I mean..He proposed marriage to Batgirl and after that he made it with Kori...
He gave her hopes..So it was mean !

STARFIRE AFTER THAT went TO A PSICHOLOGIST (Titans #16) and She LOST the CONTROL OF HERSELF...She was too disappointed!..Because SHE really loved HIM!..She felt betrayed...

TITANS #05 (and this Time it wasn´t Raven´s fault XD )
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Fog-Alice Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2014
I never liked Nightwing/Starfire, but I think here he was kinnda harsh and somehow I'd feel sorry for her, if I liked her a bit more.
NightGirl45 Featured By Owner Aug 5, 2014
Honestly they don't look like they will get back toghether soon. Dick seems to have feeling for batgirl aka barbara.
But I hate how he was just ugh he was a BITCH to her!!!
gaelasweets Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014
poor kori hope she feel's better He Noes No Love 
BLONDIEROSE Featured By Owner Jul 13, 2014
Oh dear why do I feel like blaming Trigon's sons for this....
Natalie4516 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014
this was sad because I grew up seeing Starfire and Robin together almost 24/7 on T.v show Teen Titans
loser7 Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
This makes me unreasonably happy...
phanchick Featured By Owner Nov 16, 2013  Hobbyist Interface Designer
They are most likely gonna get back together dick doesn't know what he feels he was raised by batman who also struggles with emotions dick does love her the way she loves him it's just easier to say no
StarTheWolfPuppy Featured By Owner Nov 10, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Nightwing: No.

Me:....awkward... :iconawkwardplz:

Natalie4516 Featured By Owner Jul 2, 2014
true, true
rjpugh Featured By Owner Nov 1, 2013
(Sorry this is so long; I ended up writing an editorial.  Yikes.)

I don't like this.  I know that writers do this kind of thing because it generates conflicts and complications that make for good and/or interesting stories.  The reasons for sinking this ship came from beyond the fourth wall, and not even Pinkie Pie can prevent all the mayhem that comes from that place.

I also know that the writing for these two characters went downhill with time, and that's sad.  But then a lot of comic writers have absolutely no clue in how to portray a healthy relationship between two adults.  Some can, but a lot of them can't.  A lot of writers (and not just in comics) also dislike the restriction of having a popular character in a long term, committed relationship.  Putting a ring on a popular character rules out certain kinds of story options, so writers/producers avoid it.  And again, *UN*healthy relationships are more fun to write and read about, so even relationships that seem to work are often torpedoed.

Among television writers there is the expression "Marry a Cartwright, buy a coffin."  On the old show Bonanza, the various Cartwright brothers each had serious relationships, but the woman was ultimately killed off so the the writers wouldn't have to maintain the relationship.  That's understandable, though not always forgivable, because a long-term romantic relationship will change almost every aspect of the characters involved.  The values, priorities, opinions, and basic outlook on life *will* change.  (Those of you who are married will probably understand what I'm talking about!)  And if you're a writer who is trying to maintain an open ended, perpetually running series, especially one with an ensemble cast, you don't want to have to deal with that!  Relationships are fun to build in stories, but they are a nightmare to maintain.  So, marry a Cartwright, buy a coffin.

The comic equivalent would probably be the "women in refrigerators" syndrome.  Even though not all of the significant others end up dead, they do end up written out because it keeps the story structure clean and easy.  It's the same literary tool.

On a different note, I'm not a big fan of constantly recycling characters by giving them new histories.  Here too I know why writers and publishers do it, but that doesn't mean I have to like it.  I think that sometimes it would be best to retire certain characters, and end their story arks.  And that doesn't mean they have to be killed off (though that is certainly one way to do it...)  I mean, if you're going to redesign a character from the ground up, as was done with Nightwing, then why not start with a brand new slate?

So help me, when it comes to these two, I prefer the timeline from the Teen Titans cartoon series! (Yes I know he was still going by Robin, but we all know it's the same guy.) When the series ended it was pretty clear that these two were starting down the "long winding road" together, and on the whole things looked very promising.  Things built slowly, over the five years of the show, so when we got the series finale movie, that long, loving kiss was believable, and didn't seem overly forced.  (I'm talking within context, of course; this is an anime after all.)   As far as I'm concerned, Dick and Kori they will continue to fight crime together, eventually as Mr. and Mrs. Greyson.  M'ari will one day come into this world, and the San Francisco Bay area will have them to watch over it until they are two old to carry on.  At which point, M'ari and a new team will take up the mantle and pick up where they left off.  Dick and Kori's story should have been allowed to end happily.

Once again, that's just my opinion, and there are countless opinions to choose from on this.  So, YMMV.  But even if you don't approve of Dick-x-Kori, at least consider the other things I said about writing and what not.
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