Princesses Koriand'r and Komand'r of planet Tamaran were captured by the Psions, who experimented on the sisters and gave them the ability to shoot solar blasts. Koriand'r escaped her jailers and reached Earth, where she joined the Teen Titans, then formed by Robin (Dick Grayson), Changeling (Garfield Logan), Cyborg (Victor Stone), Kid Flash (Wally West), Raven, and Wonder Girl (Donna Troy).
While a member of the Teen Titans, Koriand'r was frequently romantically involved with Nightwing (Dick Grayson). She nearly married him, but their wedding was interrupted by Raven (who was evil at the time). Raven murdered the priest before he could pronounce Dick and Koriand'r husband and wife. The relationship was already on unsteady ground, with Koriand'r fearing that Dick was rushing into marriage and also concerned about the anti-alien sentiments that sprang up in response to the news of the impending nuptials.
Out of comics, her more prominent appearances include the Teen Titans series and its follow-up/spinoff Teen Titans Go!. In both shows, she is voiced by Hynden Walch. She is also a principal character in the live-action Titans series, portrayed by Anna Diop.
For the Starfire's character page, see here.
- The New Teen Titans Vol 1 (1981-1984)
- Wonder Woman: Judgment In Infinity (1982)
- The New Teen Titans Vol 2 (1985-1988)
- The New Titans Vol 1 (1993-1993)
- Titans Vol 1 (1999-2003)
- Teen Titans Vol 3 (2004-2010)
- Nightwing Vol 2 (2005-2007)
- Red Hood and the Outlaws (2011)
- Starfire solo series (2015)
- Teen Titans (Rebirth) (2016)
- Teen Titans: Trouble in Tokyo
- Superman/Batman: Public Enemies
- DC Animated Movie Universe
- Teen Titans Go! To the Movies
- Teen Titans Go! vs. Teen Titans
- Teen Titans (2006)
- LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (2014)
- LEGO DC Super-Villains (2018)
- LEGO Dimensions (2015; added during the second year)
- DC Legends (2016)
- Injustice 2 (2017) as DLC Guest Fighter