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Blackfire is the firstborn eldest daughter and princess of the long-dead King and Queen of Tamaran and the older sister of Starfire and Wildfire.

Like Starfire, Blackfire is shown to be a very beautiful girl. She has waist-length black hair with straight bangs.

Compared to Starfire's outfit, Blackfire's outfit acts more like full-body armor with a black crop top, mini-skirt and thigh-high boots.

Even though she is Starfire 's older sister, the two are polar opposites. Blackfire also has the optimum qualities of a villain, and she is grim, cunning, deceitful, immoral, sadistic and unremorseful.

The two almost never get along well, except when Blackfire tricks Starfire into thinking she's being nice. Blackfire is constantly trying to, in some way, do away with Starfire, first with getting her arrested and then trying to marry her to an ooze alien.

Blackfire loves fighting her sister and rubbing the fact that she is older and stronger in her little sister's face. The two of them are poster children for sibling rivalry.

She has a very sarcastic sense of humor and always hurts Starfire's feelings. Blackfire is also quite vain and loves telling stories about herself.

Blackfire is also quite pretty, and she knows it and uses it to her advantage when around boys. Blackfire first appeared when she arrived on Earth in the second episode " Sisters ".

She gave Starfire a centauri moon diamond and pretended to enjoy being reunited with her. Blackfire won the Teen Titans ' support by having fun with them and telling them stories of adventures she had throughout her travels in the galaxy.

The Titans seemed to like her so much, Starfire was beginning to think they wouldn't need her around anymore.

She was especially unhappy with her sister's attempts at flirting with Robin. When Starfire thought of leaving Earth, the Centauri Police showed up and captured her.

The Titans rescued her and explained to the Centaurians that they have captured the wrong Tamaranean. The Titans then discovered that Blackfire had framed Starfire for crimes by giving her a stolen jewel from the Centauri System.

Blackfire, who was leaving Earth at that exact moment, was defeated by Starfire after her right hand was hit by Starfire's starbolts.

She was about to attack again however, the Centauri Police catch her from behind and she's taken to prison, swearing revenge on her little sister for shaming and humiliating her.

Blackfire later broke out from prison and wrested control of Tamaran as its new Grand Ruler. Blackfire attempted to get revenge on Starfire by forcing her to marry Glgrdsklechhh , a hideous alien.

This was actually part of an elaborate plot between Blackfire and Glgrdsklechhh; by marrying Starfire to Glgrdsklechhh, he would reward Blackfire with a very powerful jewel.

When her ruse was uncovered, Blackfire was once again defeated by Starfire in an official challenge for the throne and banished from Tamaran by her sister's royal decree.

Blackfire was one of the only villains missing from the lineup of the Brotherhood of Evil , suggesting that she was not out to get all the superheroes, or even the Titans, but simply to just take out Starfire.

Blackfire appears a few more times in the comics. In Issue 7 , she return apparently reformed and challenges Starfire to a race.

However, the whole thing is a trap to dispatch the Titans and take revenge on Starfire, but the Titans overcome her tricks and she is forced to flee the planet.

She appears again in 36 as leader of the Gordanians the same aliens from the episode "Go! She formed an uneasy alliance with the surviving players of the war in order to deal with more pressing concerns Infinite Crisis.

The Hawks defeated Komand'r, after which Hawkman used Psion technology to strip the villainess of her abilities. Blackfire has later resurfaced in The Outsiders vol.

Further along the line in R. Dox was able to quickly stop the hostilities, however, and brokered a treaty allowing Blackfire and her people to settle on the uninhabited southern continent of Rann.

During these events, Blackfire gained a newfound sense of respect for Dox, realizing his egocentric personality was very similar to her own.

The two went on an unofficial date disguised as a diplomatic dinner and after Dox was captured by Starro the Conqueror, Blackfire joined forces with Adam Strange and other members of L.

Blackfire then subsequently claimed Dox as her king consort. In The New 52 a reboot of the DC Comics universe , some people's origins and personalities have been changed to an unknown degree.

While not at first referred to by name, it is said Starfire's sister sold her for the safety of their planet. After Kori fought her way free, she was praised as a hero and given a ship named the Starfire by Komand'r, but the rift between the girls was still there.

Komand'r appears to a captured Roy Harper and appears to be working with or under the Blight. Kom and Kori reconcile in a teary conversation as Kori forgivers her sister and the issue ends with the sisters preparing to take back Tamaran by themselves.

Komand'r is stabbed in the back by a spear thrown by the Blight's leader. Kori's emotions send an energetic shock wave, wiping out everything around her.

When the smoke clears she holds the defeated Blight leader. After the battle, Princess Koriand'r is next to the throne and Crown Princess Komand'r stumbles next to her.

She asks Kori to stay, but realizes she cannot. They hug and Crown Princess Komand'r gives them a ship to get back to Earth.

Princess Komand'r Blackfire is a Tamaranean like her younger sister; her physiology is designed to constantly absorb and control pure ultraviolet radiation into destructive and powerful bolts of energy which she calls "blackbolts.

This is not the case for flight, however, as she suffered a sickness in her youth which stripped her of this ability, but she found other means of circumventing this handicap.

Being of royal blood and having fought in many wars, Komand'r also boasts impressive mortal combat skills superior even to her sibling, be it unarmed or with weaponry on hand, having battled and bested the likes of her own sibling who is also a veteran warrior and Thanagarian heroes Kartar Hol, Shayera Thal and Shayera Hol either in single combat or in pairs and win, as well as holding her own against the likes of a weakened Starro in his humanoid form with some assistance from Starfire.

Having undergone the same experiments conducted upon her by the Psions, Blackfire too has the ability to release her absorbed energy into incredibly powerful blasts called "starbolts".

Hers by comparison, however, are considerably stronger enabling her to overpower her sister's starbolt energy.

For a time Blackfire was stripped of all her powers by Hawkman using the same technology the Psions used in their experimentation upon her.

Even without these strengths Komand'r is still a political activist and capable leader, being Queen of Tamaran she has access to a great many facilities, be it governmental or military in nature.

Like any good politician, Blackfire is a skilled manipulator, able to utilize fear and misdirection to her advantage; even forging alliances with others despite her incredibly sociopathic nature.

When her natural abilities were restored in full, however, she not only regained all the natural Tamaranian abilities she initially lacked, Princess Blackfire even gained a capacity she lacked, namely faster-than-light aviary travel.

She also does not need to eat or drink; though she can if unusually low on ultraviolet energy. In both animated shows , Blackfire can project her lilac-colored ultraviolet energy reserves as optic blasts, revealed to be facet received after her changes phase, in the episode Betrothed she had come into possession of a mystical artifact dubbed the Jewel of Charta, which greatly magnified her abilities tens of times greater, turning her normally lilac -colored "blackbolts" a bright red.

Her enhanced durability and invulnerability were amplified as well, to the point of withstanding a barrage of Starfire's bright green starbolts and appear unscathed.

She is also a master manipulator and deceiver, capable of using kind and friendly words to achieve her vile goals.

Blackfire appears in the animated series, voiced by Hynden Walch the voice actress of Starfire in the same series.

In the series, this version is depicted as a young woman, yet is shown to be a few years older than her sister Starfire.

In contrast to the other Tamaraneans shown on the series, all of whom have auburn or brown hair and bright green eyes with green sclera, Blackfire is shown to have black hair with purple streaks, and purple eyes with white sclera - likely a reference to her comic counterpart being born deformed by Tamaranean standards.

She possesses superhuman strength, durability, reflexes, agility, endurance, FTL flight a natural Tamaranian ability she lacked in the comics , as well as the ability to generate bright lilac-colored bolts of ultraviolet energy from her hands that are quite powerful and destructive, which are called "blackbolts".

In a contrast with her comic book depiction, Blackfire has the natural ability to fly faster-than-light through the air at will.

Presumably, she has all of the same abilities as Starfire, as the two are quite evenly matched in combat.

Her clothes in the series are quite similar to Starfire's as seen in the prequel episode "Go! Blackfire's debut appearance came in the first-season episode "Sisters", where Blackfire comes to Earth to visit Starfire.

However, it is soon revealed that Blackfire is actually an infamous galactic criminal, and she has actually come to Earth in an attempt to frame her younger sister for her crimes.

Fortunately, her plan was thwarted and the result ended in an epic fight between sisters. Their battle is interrupted when Blackfire is arrested by Centauri police forces.

She vows that she will get out of galactic jail and get even with her little sister. In Episode 29, "Betrothed", Blackfire is revealed to have "got bored" and escaped galactic jail, and in control of Tamaran as the Empress.

She used her authority to have Starfire married to a swamp alien in return for the magical Jewel of Charta, under the guise that Tamaran would be destroyed if Starfire did not comply.

The Teen Titans soon discover that the elder sister's plan is a hoax, and Starfire proceeds to challenge Blackfire to a duel for the Tamaranean throne.

The Jewel of Charta was shown to greatly enhance Blackfire's abilities turning her starbolts from lavender to red at the time , until Starfire took the jewel from her sister by force and crushed it.

After Blackfire was defeated by Starfire, Blackfire is then forced into exile; presumably one of the swamp moons of Drenfax 4.

Blackfire hasn't been seen for the remainder of the show. The New Teen Titans animated short "Blackfire's Babysitter" depicts Blackfire as having quadruplets with the swamp alien she had attempted to force Starfire into marrying, but the animated short was created as a joke and is not considered canon.

Princess Komand'r Blackfire in Earth's English language appears as a supporting character, again voiced by Hynden Walch.

She first appears in the Season 2 premiere, "Mr. After getting into trouble with the Galactic Police again, Blackfire seeks refuge with Starfire.

After Starfire gave Blackfire delighted hugs, Blackfire is introduced to the rest of the Teen Titans, to which her little sister's teammates took an immediate disliking to her.

After Blackfire flirts with Robin , the Titans try to tell Starfire that Blackfire was one of the most wanted criminals.

Starfire then claims that she was going to give Blackfire one more chance, but if Blackfire crushed Starfire's sisterly feelings once more, a thoroughly enraged Starfire would destroy her.

After Blackfire grudgingly does "sisterly stuff" with Starfire making her little sister look exactly like her , the Galactic Police find Starfire dressed as Blackfire , and take her prisoner where Starfire, both heartbroken and revenge-torn, swears to destroy Blackfire once and for all.

After learning to listen to a sister's problems, and how to live with a younger sibling, Blackfire felt guilt for her horrible actions toward her younger sister, and becomes a better older sister.

In the midst of this, a thoroughly enraged and revenge-torn Starfire breaks into Titans Tower, bent on destroying Blackfire once and for all.

Blackfire tries to help with sisterly loving actions, but Starfire makes it clear that she would not fall for that again.

Blackfire finally gets her sister to stop momentarily by showing the doll that she had stolen from Starfire as a five-year-old child, and apologizing for it, also stating 'I've changed, now.

Starfire disintegrates the doll and says "So have I", before shooting Blackfire with a bright green laser eye blast. Later, in Titans Tower, Blackfire and Starfire appear in the main lounge, causing the Titans to jump up and ask how it went.

After Blackfire faints from exhaustion and pain, Starfire cheerfully states that they had "worked things out". Finally being given major speaking roles since her debut episode, Blackfire reappears in the Season 5 two-part episode "Girls Night In" as the "new alien threat" coming to Earth, having a major role since her debut episode in the Season 2 premiere.

Raven and Starfire, alongside their fellow girls, fight Starfire's elder sister in an all-out battle to stop her from conquering Earth.

Starfire still wants to do sisterly bonding, obliviously regardless to her elder sister's intense dislike and hatred of her. Doing her favorite game of "Truth or Death", Blackfire further shatters her younger sister's heart by stating the hard truth: That she wished she did not have a sister.

At this, the heartbroken and furious Starfire combines with her fellow girls- Raven , Bumblebee , Ravager , Jinx and Terra - and beats Blackfire once again by pushing her into the portal where her army was coming through.

She appears in "The Day of Funship", where she and Starfire are having some sisterly fun, which she gets bored with.

At the zoo, she and Starfire use a Tamaranian nursery rhyme to defeat King Shark. Blackfire is leaving to return to Koragar Academy, but promises to see her younger sister for Tamaran Sovereignty Day, and admitted that she did have fun hanging out with her "kinifster" after all.

In the two-part Season 4 episode "Tamaranean Dance Club", she appeared as two cameos to do the traditional Tamaranian dance translates to"domination battle" in Tamaranian against her younger sister Starfire, Wonder Woman , Supergirl and Batgirl , who defeated her and her fellow Korugar Academy students.

Princess Komand'r Blackfire appears in the second season of the live-action television series Titans as a supporting character, portrayed by Damaris Lewis.

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She has a very sarcastic sense of humor and always hurts Starfire's feelings. Blackfire is also quite vain and loves telling stories about herself.

Blackfire is also quite pretty, and she knows it and uses it to her advantage when around boys. Blackfire first appeared when she arrived on Earth in the second episode " Sisters ".

She gave Starfire a centauri moon diamond and pretended to enjoy being reunited with her. Blackfire won the Teen Titans ' support by having fun with them and telling them stories of adventures she had throughout her travels in the galaxy.

The Titans seemed to like her so much, Starfire was beginning to think they wouldn't need her around anymore. She was especially unhappy with her sister's attempts at flirting with Robin.

When Starfire thought of leaving Earth, the Centauri Police showed up and captured her. The Titans rescued her and explained to the Centaurians that they have captured the wrong Tamaranean.

The Titans then discovered that Blackfire had framed Starfire for crimes by giving her a stolen jewel from the Centauri System.

Blackfire, who was leaving Earth at that exact moment, was defeated by Starfire after her right hand was hit by Starfire's starbolts.

She was about to attack again however, the Centauri Police catch her from behind and she's taken to prison, swearing revenge on her little sister for shaming and humiliating her.

Blackfire later broke out from prison and wrested control of Tamaran as its new Grand Ruler. Blackfire attempted to get revenge on Starfire by forcing her to marry Glgrdsklechhh , a hideous alien.

This was actually part of an elaborate plot between Blackfire and Glgrdsklechhh; by marrying Starfire to Glgrdsklechhh, he would reward Blackfire with a very powerful jewel.

When her ruse was uncovered, Blackfire was once again defeated by Starfire in an official challenge for the throne and banished from Tamaran by her sister's royal decree.

Blackfire was one of the only villains missing from the lineup of the Brotherhood of Evil , suggesting that she was not out to get all the superheroes, or even the Titans, but simply to just take out Starfire.

Blackfire appears a few more times in the comics. In Issue 7 , she return apparently reformed and challenges Starfire to a race.

However, the whole thing is a trap to dispatch the Titans and take revenge on Starfire, but the Titans overcome her tricks and she is forced to flee the planet.

She appears again in 36 as leader of the Gordanians the same aliens from the episode "Go! The plans thwarted when the few remaining managed to sneak aboard her ship and she defeated by Wonder Girl.

Seeing the Gordanians surrendering, she mutters that she should've hired Czarnian Bounty Hunters.

Her final appearance is in 46, her Tamaranean origin is revealed along with Starfire's. It's unclear of the sister-brother relationship between her and her younger brother Wildfire was, but by the look on her face when he was sent away after the Gordanian invasion, it can be assumed that she could have mistreated and ignored him.

The reason for her being evil was because of long-held jealousy. Although she was the most talented and more experienced combatant, her parents favored Starfire more because she was kinder.

And although she is the eldest child, Wildfire was next in line for the throne after their father. It could also be hinted, however, that her general appearance was another factor: her purple eyes and black hair made her different in comparison to the dominant green eyes and red and brown hair of other Tamaraneans, and thus deemed "impure and unworthy" for the Tamaranean throne, which further surfaced her inner fury and thirst for vengeance on her people.

Although, in the comics, it was shown that her mother, Queen Luand'r had dark hair and eyes just like her, so it could that it was merely an uncommon, but not rare, appearance for Tamaraneans.

In the issue, it is revealed that she sent the shapeshifting Madame Rouge into the Teen Titans' base disguised as Wildfire who has supposedly returned after several years of absence.

Against her better judgment she decided to free Komand'r, who was still absorbing more and more ultraviolet energy.

However, far from grateful, Komand'r had struck her younger sister down with the same but much stronger lilac-colored ultraviolet energy and had her restrained for later execution.

Komand'r appeared in the Rann-Thanagar War limited series, during which she killed Hawkwoman in her pursuit of a New Tamaran.

She formed an uneasy alliance with the surviving players of the war in order to deal with more pressing concerns Infinite Crisis. The Hawks defeated Komand'r, after which Hawkman used Psion technology to strip the villainess of her abilities.

Blackfire has later resurfaced in The Outsiders vol. Further along the line in R. Dox was able to quickly stop the hostilities, however, and brokered a treaty allowing Blackfire and her people to settle on the uninhabited southern continent of Rann.

During these events, Blackfire gained a newfound sense of respect for Dox, realizing his egocentric personality was very similar to her own.

The two went on an unofficial date disguised as a diplomatic dinner and after Dox was captured by Starro the Conqueror, Blackfire joined forces with Adam Strange and other members of L.

Blackfire then subsequently claimed Dox as her king consort. In The New 52 a reboot of the DC Comics universe , some people's origins and personalities have been changed to an unknown degree.

While not at first referred to by name, it is said Starfire's sister sold her for the safety of their planet. After Kori fought her way free, she was praised as a hero and given a ship named the Starfire by Komand'r, but the rift between the girls was still there.

Komand'r appears to a captured Roy Harper and appears to be working with or under the Blight. Kom and Kori reconcile in a teary conversation as Kori forgivers her sister and the issue ends with the sisters preparing to take back Tamaran by themselves.

Komand'r is stabbed in the back by a spear thrown by the Blight's leader. Kori's emotions send an energetic shock wave, wiping out everything around her.

When the smoke clears she holds the defeated Blight leader. After the battle, Princess Koriand'r is next to the throne and Crown Princess Komand'r stumbles next to her.

She asks Kori to stay, but realizes she cannot. They hug and Crown Princess Komand'r gives them a ship to get back to Earth. Princess Komand'r Blackfire is a Tamaranean like her younger sister; her physiology is designed to constantly absorb and control pure ultraviolet radiation into destructive and powerful bolts of energy which she calls "blackbolts.

This is not the case for flight, however, as she suffered a sickness in her youth which stripped her of this ability, but she found other means of circumventing this handicap.

Being of royal blood and having fought in many wars, Komand'r also boasts impressive mortal combat skills superior even to her sibling, be it unarmed or with weaponry on hand, having battled and bested the likes of her own sibling who is also a veteran warrior and Thanagarian heroes Kartar Hol, Shayera Thal and Shayera Hol either in single combat or in pairs and win, as well as holding her own against the likes of a weakened Starro in his humanoid form with some assistance from Starfire.

Having undergone the same experiments conducted upon her by the Psions, Blackfire too has the ability to release her absorbed energy into incredibly powerful blasts called "starbolts".

Hers by comparison, however, are considerably stronger enabling her to overpower her sister's starbolt energy. For a time Blackfire was stripped of all her powers by Hawkman using the same technology the Psions used in their experimentation upon her.

Even without these strengths Komand'r is still a political activist and capable leader, being Queen of Tamaran she has access to a great many facilities, be it governmental or military in nature.

Like any good politician, Blackfire is a skilled manipulator, able to utilize fear and misdirection to her advantage; even forging alliances with others despite her incredibly sociopathic nature.

When her natural abilities were restored in full, however, she not only regained all the natural Tamaranian abilities she initially lacked, Princess Blackfire even gained a capacity she lacked, namely faster-than-light aviary travel.

She also does not need to eat or drink; though she can if unusually low on ultraviolet energy. In both animated shows , Blackfire can project her lilac-colored ultraviolet energy reserves as optic blasts, revealed to be facet received after her changes phase, in the episode Betrothed she had come into possession of a mystical artifact dubbed the Jewel of Charta, which greatly magnified her abilities tens of times greater, turning her normally lilac -colored "blackbolts" a bright red.

Her enhanced durability and invulnerability were amplified as well, to the point of withstanding a barrage of Starfire's bright green starbolts and appear unscathed.

She is also a master manipulator and deceiver, capable of using kind and friendly words to achieve her vile goals.

Blackfire appears in the animated series, voiced by Hynden Walch the voice actress of Starfire in the same series. In the series, this version is depicted as a young woman, yet is shown to be a few years older than her sister Starfire.

In contrast to the other Tamaraneans shown on the series, all of whom have auburn or brown hair and bright green eyes with green sclera, Blackfire is shown to have black hair with purple streaks, and purple eyes with white sclera - likely a reference to her comic counterpart being born deformed by Tamaranean standards.

She possesses superhuman strength, durability, reflexes, agility, endurance, FTL flight a natural Tamaranian ability she lacked in the comics , as well as the ability to generate bright lilac-colored bolts of ultraviolet energy from her hands that are quite powerful and destructive, which are called "blackbolts".

In a contrast with her comic book depiction, Blackfire has the natural ability to fly faster-than-light through the air at will.

Presumably, she has all of the same abilities as Starfire, as the two are quite evenly matched in combat. Her clothes in the series are quite similar to Starfire's as seen in the prequel episode "Go!

Blackfire's debut appearance came in the first-season episode "Sisters", where Blackfire comes to Earth to visit Starfire. However, it is soon revealed that Blackfire is actually an infamous galactic criminal, and she has actually come to Earth in an attempt to frame her younger sister for her crimes.

Fortunately, her plan was thwarted and the result ended in an epic fight between sisters. Their battle is interrupted when Blackfire is arrested by Centauri police forces.

She vows that she will get out of galactic jail and get even with her little sister. In Episode 29, "Betrothed", Blackfire is revealed to have "got bored" and escaped galactic jail, and in control of Tamaran as the Empress.

She used her authority to have Starfire married to a swamp alien in return for the magical Jewel of Charta, under the guise that Tamaran would be destroyed if Starfire did not comply.

The Teen Titans soon discover that the elder sister's plan is a hoax, and Starfire proceeds to challenge Blackfire to a duel for the Tamaranean throne.

The Jewel of Charta was shown to greatly enhance Blackfire's abilities turning her starbolts from lavender to red at the time , until Starfire took the jewel from her sister by force and crushed it.

After Blackfire was defeated by Starfire, Blackfire is then forced into exile; presumably one of the swamp moons of Drenfax 4.

Blackfire hasn't been seen for the remainder of the show. The New Teen Titans animated short "Blackfire's Babysitter" depicts Blackfire as having quadruplets with the swamp alien she had attempted to force Starfire into marrying, but the animated short was created as a joke and is not considered canon.

Princess Komand'r Blackfire in Earth's English language appears as a supporting character, again voiced by Hynden Walch. She first appears in the Season 2 premiere, "Mr.

After getting into trouble with the Galactic Police again, Blackfire seeks refuge with Starfire. After Starfire gave Blackfire delighted hugs, Blackfire is introduced to the rest of the Teen Titans, to which her little sister's teammates took an immediate disliking to her.

After Blackfire flirts with Robin , the Titans try to tell Starfire that Blackfire was one of the most wanted criminals.

Starfire then claims that she was going to give Blackfire one more chance, but if Blackfire crushed Starfire's sisterly feelings once more, a thoroughly enraged Starfire would destroy her.

After Blackfire grudgingly does "sisterly stuff" with Starfire making her little sister look exactly like her , the Galactic Police find Starfire dressed as Blackfire , and take her prisoner where Starfire, both heartbroken and revenge-torn, swears to destroy Blackfire once and for all.

After learning to listen to a sister's problems, and how to live with a younger sibling, Blackfire felt guilt for her horrible actions toward her younger sister, and becomes a better older sister.

In the midst of this, a thoroughly enraged and revenge-torn Starfire breaks into Titans Tower, bent on destroying Blackfire once and for all.

Blackfire tries to help with sisterly loving actions, but Starfire makes it clear that she would not fall for that again.

Blackfire finally gets her sister to stop momentarily by showing the doll that she had stolen from Starfire as a five-year-old child, and apologizing for it, also stating 'I've changed, now.

Starfire disintegrates the doll and says "So have I", before shooting Blackfire with a bright green laser eye blast. Later, in Titans Tower, Blackfire and Starfire appear in the main lounge, causing the Titans to jump up and ask how it went.

After Blackfire faints from exhaustion and pain, Starfire cheerfully states that they had "worked things out". Finally being given major speaking roles since her debut episode, Blackfire reappears in the Season 5 two-part episode "Girls Night In" as the "new alien threat" coming to Earth, having a major role since her debut episode in the Season 2 premiere.

Raven and Starfire, alongside their fellow girls, fight Starfire's elder sister in an all-out battle to stop her from conquering Earth.

Starfire still wants to do sisterly bonding, obliviously regardless to her elder sister's intense dislike and hatred of her. Doing her favorite game of "Truth or Death", Blackfire further shatters her younger sister's heart by stating the hard truth: That she wished she did not have a sister.

At this, the heartbroken and furious Starfire combines with her fellow girls- Raven , Bumblebee , Ravager , Jinx and Terra - and beats Blackfire once again by pushing her into the portal where her army was coming through.

She appears in "The Day of Funship", where she and Starfire are having some sisterly fun, which she gets bored with.

At the zoo, she and Starfire use a Tamaranian nursery rhyme to defeat King Shark.