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** ''Franchise/WonderWoman'' and Steve Trevor.
** [[ComicBook/{{Robin}} Tim Drake and Stephanie Brown]], AKA Robin/Red-Robin and Spoiler/Batgirl.

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** ''Franchise/WonderWoman'' Franchise/WonderWoman and Steve Trevor.
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** [[ComicBook/{{Robin}} Tim Drake Drake]] and [[ComicBook/Batgirl2009 Stephanie Brown]], AKA Robin/Red-Robin and Spoiler/Batgirl.


*** ComicBook/Mystique (AKA Raven Darkholme) and Destiny (AKA Irene Adler). While Mystique has had many flings with different characters throughout the book's history, Destiny is one of the few people she truly loves and has no animosity towards at any point.

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*** ComicBook/Mystique ComicBook/{{Mystique}} (AKA Raven Darkholme) and Destiny (AKA Irene Adler). While Mystique has had many flings with different characters throughout the book's history, Destiny is one of the very few people she truly loves and has no animosity towards at any point.

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*** ComicBook/Mystique (AKA Raven Darkholme) and Destiny (AKA Irene Adler). While Mystique has had many flings with different characters throughout the book's history, Destiny is one of the few people she truly loves and has no animosity towards at any point.

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** Lug and Anode, Tailgate and Cyclonus, and Drift and [[spoiler:Ratchet]] eventually join them.


** ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' and Mary Jane Watson. There's been attempts to break them apart, but inevitably they tend to get back together. Even during the late 2000s/2010s period, they're constantly teased as about to reunite, and various alternate universe stories depict them still together and happy. [[Spoiler: One of the first things Nick Spencer did after taking over the title from Dan Slott was to officially get Peter and MJ back together.]]

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** ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' and Mary Jane Watson. There's been attempts to break them apart, but inevitably they tend to get back together. Even during the late 2000s/2010s period, they're constantly teased as about to reunite, and various alternate universe stories depict them still together and happy. [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: One of the first things Nick Spencer did after taking over the title from Dan Slott was to officially get Peter and MJ back together.]]


*** Though more on-again off-again, Gambit and Rogue are second only to the above as ''the'' iconic ''X-Men'' couple.

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*** Though more on-again off-again, Gambit and Rogue are second only to the above as ''the'' iconic ''X-Men'' couple. [[spoiler: After their surprise wedding, they now headline their own book, ''Mr. and Mrs. X''.]]
*** In ''ComicBook/XMenGold'', the lead couple is Comicbook/{{Colossus}} and Comicbook/KittyPryde, [[spoiler: at least until she [[RunawayBride bolted at their wedding]].]]



** ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' and Mary Jane Watson. There's been attempts to break them apart, but inevitably they tend to get back together. Even during the late 2000s/2010s period, they're constantly teased as about to reunite, and various alternate universe stories depict them still together and happy.

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** ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' and Mary Jane Watson. There's been attempts to break them apart, but inevitably they tend to get back together. Even during the late 2000s/2010s period, they're constantly teased as about to reunite, and various alternate universe stories depict them still together and happy. [[Spoiler: One of the first things Nick Spencer did after taking over the title from Dan Slott was to officially get Peter and MJ back together.]]


** [[ComicBook/{{Robin}} Tim Drake and Stephanie Brown]], AKA Robin/Red-Robin and Spoiler/Batgirl.
** ComicBook/GreenArrow and ComicBook/BlackCanary.



*** Comicbook/JeanGrey and Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (a.k.a Scott Summers) until Jean is replaced by ComicBook/EmmaFrost.

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*** Comicbook/JeanGrey and Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (a.k.a Scott Summers) until Jean is replaced by ComicBook/EmmaFrost.Summers), at least when they're both alive.



** [[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]] has had...three now. Hank Pym and [[ComicBook/TheWasp Janet Van Dyne]], Hank Pym and Jocasta and now Hank Pym and Tigra.
** Hank's good friend [[ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} Clint]] and his long-time wife [[ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}} Bobbi]], until they were hit with a bunch of problems including rape, murder, dying, being brought back, and being abducted by aliens, they eventually reunited and were official again, but broke up during their ongoing, that was cancelled before they could resolve their issues. They're now AmicablyDivorced, though a number of people, even those who don't ship them, are just ''waiting'' for their inevitable reunion.

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** [[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]] has had...three now. Hank Pym and [[ComicBook/TheWasp Janet Van Dyne]], Hank Pym and Jocasta and now Hank Pym and Tigra.
though both have dated other people.
** Hank's good friend [[ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} Clint]] and his long-time wife [[ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}} Bobbi]], until they were hit with albeit not without a bunch ''lot'' of problems including rape, murder, dying, being brought back, and being abducted by aliens, they eventually reunited and were official again, but broke up during their ongoing, that was cancelled before they could resolve their issues. trauma. They're now AmicablyDivorced, though a number of people, even those who don't ship them, are just ''waiting'' for their inevitable reunion.its not expected to ''last'' given they're constantly being teased as about to get back together.


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** ''Franchise/SpiderMan'' and Mary Jane Watson. There's been attempts to break them apart, but inevitably they tend to get back together. Even during the late 2000s/2010s period, they're constantly teased as about to reunite, and various alternate universe stories depict them still together and happy.


** [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Clark Kent]] and ComicBook/LoisLane. Or not, for a while, after the {{Retcon}} of ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}''. [[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} Then, they became official again]].
** Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad in ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'', a series thick with official couples, which also includes Phantom Girl and Ultra Boy, and Bouncing Boy and Triplicate Girl/Duo Damsel.
** ''ComicBook/TheFlash''

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** [[Franchise/{{Superman}} ''Franchise/{{Superman}}'': Clark Kent]] Kent and ComicBook/LoisLane. Or not, for For a while, after the {{Retcon}} of ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}''. ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}'', Superman and Franchise/WonderWoman were dating. Then their relationship was retconned away, and [[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} Then, they became official again]].
Clark and Lois' marriage was brought back]].
** ''ComicBook/{{Legion Of Super-Heroes}}'': Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad in ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'', a series thick (married and with official couples, which also includes children), ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} and Brainiac 5, Phantom Girl and Ultra Boy, and Bouncing Boy and Triplicate Girl/Duo Damsel.
Damsel/Duplicate Damsel (married), Mon-El and Shadow Lass, Karate Kid and Princess Projectra (married)...
** ''ComicBook/TheFlash''''Franchise/TheFlash''



** ComicBook/WonderWoman and Steve Trevor were this for decades, but he has long since dropped off the radar in her comics. He remains a common go-to in adaptations, though.

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** ComicBook/WonderWoman ''Franchise/WonderWoman'' and Steve Trevor were this for decades, but he has long since dropped off the radar in her comics. He remains a common go-to in adaptations, though.Trevor.


** Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad in ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'', a series thick with official couples, which also includes Phantom Girl and Ultra Boy, and [[FetishFuel Bouncing Boy and Triplicate Girl/Duo Damsel]].

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** Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad in ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'', a series thick with official couples, which also includes Phantom Girl and Ultra Boy, and [[FetishFuel Bouncing Boy and Triplicate Girl/Duo Damsel]].Damsel.


** ComicBook/WonderWoman and Steve Trevor were this for decades, but he has long since dropped off the radar.

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** ComicBook/WonderWoman and Steve Trevor were this for decades, but he has long since dropped off the radar. radar in her comics. He remains a common go-to in adaptations, though.


** ComicBook/WonderWoman and Steve Trevor were this for decades, but he has long since dropped off the radar.



** ComicBook/WonderWoman and Steve Trevor were this for decades, but he has long since dropped off the radar.


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* Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad in ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'', a series thick with official couples, which also includes Phantom Girl and Ultra Boy, and [[FetishFuel Bouncing Boy and Triplicate Girl/Duo Damsel]].
* Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman in the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour''.
* Jean Grey and Cyclops (a.k.a Scott Summers) in ''Comicbook/XMen''.
** Though more on-again off-again, Gambit and Rogue are second only to the above as ''the'' iconic ''Comicbook/XMen'' couple.
* [[Franchise/{{Superman}} Clark Kent]] and ComicBook/LoisLane. Or not, for a while, after the {{Retcon}} of ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}''. [[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} Then, they became official again]].
* ''ComicBook/TheFlash''
** Jay Garrick and Joan Garrick (nee Williams)
** Barry Allen and Iris West
** Wally West and Linda Park
* Ralph Dibny, the ComicBook/ElongatedMan, and Sue Dibny.
* [[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]] has had...three now. Hank Pym and [[ComicBook/TheWasp Janet Van Dyne]], Hank Pym and Jocasta and now Hank Pym and Tigra.
* Hank's good friend [[ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} Clint]] and his long-time wife [[ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}} Bobbi]], until they were hit with a bunch of problems including rape, murder, dying, being brought back, and being abducted by aliens, they eventually reunited and were official again, but broke up during their ongoing, that was cancelled before they could resolve their issues. They're now AmicablyDivorced, though a number of people, even those who don't ship them, are just ''waiting'' for their inevitable reunion.

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* Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad in ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'', a series thick with official couples, which also includes Phantom Girl and Ultra Boy, and [[FetishFuel Bouncing Boy and Triplicate Girl/Duo Damsel]].
* Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman in the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour''.
* Jean Grey and Cyclops (a.k.a Scott Summers) in ''Comicbook/XMen''.
''Franchise/{{DCU}}'':
** Though more on-again off-again, Gambit and Rogue are second only to the above as ''the'' iconic ''Comicbook/XMen'' couple.
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[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Clark Kent]] and ComicBook/LoisLane. Or not, for a while, after the {{Retcon}} of ''ComicBook/{{Flashpoint}}''. [[ComicBook/{{Convergence}} Then, they became official again]].
* ** Saturn Girl and Lightning Lad in ''ComicBook/LegionOfSuperHeroes'', a series thick with official couples, which also includes Phantom Girl and Ultra Boy, and [[FetishFuel Bouncing Boy and Triplicate Girl/Duo Damsel]].
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''ComicBook/TheFlash''
** *** Jay Garrick and Joan Garrick (nee Williams)
** *** Barry Allen and Iris West
** *** Wally West and Linda Park
* ** Ralph Dibny, the ComicBook/ElongatedMan, and Sue Dibny.
** ComicBook/{{Hourman}} and Liberty Belle in the ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica''.
** ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and Hawkgirl are married.
*** Took on a {{Squick}}y quality once the Hawkgirl mantle was passed down, as the new one was actually the old one reincarnated into the body of her own niece. Whom Hawkman still tried to pursue a relationship with BecauseDestinySaysSo. Despite being, at least physically, her uncle by marriage.
** ComicBook/{{Aquaman}} and Mera.
* ''Franchise/MarvelUniverse'':
** Mr. Fantastic and the Invisible Woman in the ''ComicBook/FantasticFour''.
** ''Comicbook/XMen'':
*** Comicbook/JeanGrey and Comicbook/{{Cyclops}} (a.k.a Scott Summers) until Jean is replaced by ComicBook/EmmaFrost.
*** Though more on-again off-again, Gambit and Rogue are second only to the above as ''the'' iconic ''X-Men'' couple.
**
[[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]] has had...three now. Hank Pym and [[ComicBook/TheWasp Janet Van Dyne]], Hank Pym and Jocasta and now Hank Pym and Tigra.
* ** Hank's good friend [[ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}} Clint]] and his long-time wife [[ComicBook/{{Mockingbird}} Bobbi]], until they were hit with a bunch of problems including rape, murder, dying, being brought back, and being abducted by aliens, they eventually reunited and were official again, but broke up during their ongoing, that was cancelled before they could resolve their issues. They're now AmicablyDivorced, though a number of people, even those who don't ship them, are just ''waiting'' for their inevitable reunion.reunion.
** Wiccan and Hulkling, ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers''.
** Xavin and Karolina in ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}''. Chase and Gert, too.
** [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Bruce]] and Betty Banner. They're currently on the outs, in the wake of Betty returning from being [[OnlyMostlyDead Mostly Dead.]]
** ComicBook/WonderWoman and Steve Trevor were this for decades, but he has long since dropped off the radar.



* Wiccan and Hulkling, ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers''.
* Xavin and Karolina in ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}''. Chase and Gert, too.
* If there are two official couples in the ''ComicBook/XWingSeries'' comics, it's Tycho Celchu/Winter and [[InterspeciesRomance Nrin/Ibitsam]]. Both romances are fed out bit by bit for the entire length of the comic's run.
* ComicBook/{{Hourman}} and Liberty Belle in the ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica''.

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* Wiccan Paulie and Hulkling, ''ComicBook/YoungAvengers''.
* Xavin and Karolina
Douglas in ''ComicBook/{{Runaways}}''. Chase and Gert, too.
* If there are two official couples in the ''ComicBook/XWingSeries'' comics, it's Tycho Celchu/Winter and [[InterspeciesRomance Nrin/Ibitsam]]. Both romances are fed out bit by bit for the entire length of the comic's run.
* ComicBook/{{Hourman}} and Liberty Belle in the ''ComicBook/JusticeSocietyOfAmerica''.
''ComicBook/{{Circles}}''.



* Mal and Molly from {{ComicBook/Lumberjanes}}.
* Comicbook/{{Nexus}} and Sundra.
* ComicBook/RomSpaceknight and Brandy Clark.
* ComicBook/ScottPilgrim and Ramona Flowers.



* ComicBook/ScottPilgrim and Ramona Flowers.
* [[ComicBook/IncredibleHulk Bruce]] and Betty Banner. They're currently on the outs, in the wake of Betty returning from being [[OnlyMostlyDead Mostly Dead.]]
* Comicbook/{{Nexus}} and Sundra.
* ComicBook/RomSpaceknight and Brandy Clark.
* ComicBook/{{Hawkman}} and Hawkgirl are married.
** Took on a {{Squick}}y quality once the Hawkgirl mantle was passed down, as the new one was actually the old one reincarnated into the body of her own niece. Whom Hawkman still tried to pursue a relationship with BecauseDestinySaysSo. Despite being, at least physically, her uncle by marriage.
* ComicBook/WonderWoman and Steve Trevor were this for decades, but he has long since dropped off the radar.
* As of ComicBook/{{New 52}}, Franchise/{{Superman}} and ComicBook/WonderWoman have become this.
* Mal and Molly from {{ComicBook/Lumberjanes}}.



* Paulie and Douglas in ''{{ComicBook/Circles}}''.
* Aquaman and Mera.

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* Paulie If there are two official couples in the ''ComicBook/XWingSeries'' comics, it's Tycho Celchu/Winter and Douglas in ''{{ComicBook/Circles}}''.
* Aquaman and Mera.
[[InterspeciesRomance Nrin/Ibitsam]]. Both romances are fed out bit by bit for the entire length of the comic's run.


* [[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]] has had...three now. Hank Pym and [[TheWasp Janet Van Dyne]], Hank Pym and Jocasta and now Hank Pym and Tigra.

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* [[ComicBook/AntMan Hank Pym]] has had...three now. Hank Pym and [[TheWasp [[ComicBook/TheWasp Janet Van Dyne]], Hank Pym and Jocasta and now Hank Pym and Tigra.


* As of ComicBook/{{New 52}}, Franchise/{{Superman}} and ComicBook/WonderWoman have become this. [[ComicBook/SupermanSuperLeague Unfortunately...]]

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* As of ComicBook/{{New 52}}, Franchise/{{Superman}} and ComicBook/WonderWoman have become this. [[ComicBook/SupermanSuperLeague Unfortunately...]]


* ComicBook/Aquaman and Mera.

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* ComicBook/Aquaman Aquaman and Mera.

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