After decades of some of the most controversial costume designs in superhero comics, Starfire is finally back in his true warrior form.
Warning: Spoilers Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #2After decades of bringing some of the most controversial costume designs in superhero comics, starfire Starfire is a true warrior and one of the Titan sluggers, and now she’s got the armor to back her up.
Starfire appears in a new costume on the final splash page. blue beetle: graduation day Second place goes to Josh Trujillo, Adrian Gutierrez, Will Quintana and Lucas Gattoni. Even though Blue Beetle Jaime Reyes is “grounded” by Superman due to the alien threat, Starfire appears at his door, “The planet is preparing for war.“
In addition to this obvious plea for help, Starfire has a new look. She maintains the classic purple and green color palette while adding armor sleeves and most notably pants. Her iconic fiery hair spirals around her, returning to her original curly design.
Starfire’s new costume honors her warrior roots
Starfire, also known as Princess Coriander of Tamaran, is a warrior princess most often associated with the Teen Titans and Titans team. The most iconic of her outfits is the first one designed by the late George Perez, who co-created Starfire with Marv Wolfman.In recent appearances of both characters teen titans academy When nightwingshe wears a purple leotard that exposes her legs.Barefoot is a consistent design choice throughout her decades-long history. It’s fitting for this warrior princess.
While the skimpy outfit has become an integral part of Starfire’s character, especially when handled with care, it’s hard to beat Perez’s original design, especially when she’s clearly prepared for war. Starfire is a fun character, but she’s also a real-life warrior and one of the most powerful characters in the DC Universe. It makes sense that she has at least one costume that honors those aspects of her character.
But one of the best parts of this new character design is blue beetle Artist Adrian Gutierrez, once an iconic element of her designs, Starfire’s ferocious curly hair, seems to be back here and on the cover of Travis Moore’s Titans variant. nightwing, Starfire again becomes a recurring character.Even if this samurai-like costume doesn’t appear in Cross nightwingfans look forward to seeing more starfire In this costume in the future issue of Blue Beetle: Graduation Dayshe certainly demonstrates her fighting skills and looks great doing it.
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