From Tales of the Teen Titans #53 (May 1985)
Say what you like about Terry, he’s playing alongside an Amazon, and against one of the world’s foremost physical specimens AND a graduate of the Warlords of Okaara…. and he’s still giving it his all.
I still have no idea how Donna and Terry won this match. I mean, on the barest level, the teams are even - one superpowered woman and one human man on each side. But even though Kory and Donna have similar superpowers and warrior training, it’s established that Kory usually beats Donna when they spar:
And Dick and Terry are both non-powered humans, but Dick’s been a professional athlete his entire life and has been trained by Batman since he was eight or ten years old. And Terry is… a college professor.
So, with all the respect in the world… how exactly did Terry and Donna manage to win this thing, again?
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Remember this Kory pose from asktitans? Cleaned it up and painted it!
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Nobody’s that much of a masochist.
[New Teen Titans - Games]
“For some reason he’s not pursuing my connection with Bruce.”
Kory, are you wearing what I think you’re wearing, because that would be adorable.
#Joey your socks are cute #and Dick #Dick honey #you look like a preppy douche #reign that in
Excuse you, Dick looks fabulous.
I like my boys kinda preppy.
However, the real crime here is that the first half of this scene is missing, where Raven tells her mom that the government is investigating her because her past as “concubine to a planet-conquering demon triggered a few alarms” and Arella is just like “*sigh* And they’ve never made any mistakes?”, because that scene is hilarious and awesome and basically single-handedly made me fall in love with Arella as a character.
… Also, for the record, Donna has a boyfriend-fanclub shirt too:
Kory’s is better, though.
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I feel like my warrior princesses should look like they are both warriors and princesses and in Starfire’s case; are from space.
Maybe I’m just trying to fill the Barda shaped hole in my continuity.
This a more detailed and slightly updated version of the Starfire redesign I did recently that was featured over on Project Rooftop.
Kind of a weird thing but the first thing that caught my eye and that I LOVE is her stomach: it folds and ripples like a real woman’s, instead of bending smoothly like paper like I see too often.
I love the heft and feel of her body in this picture: She feels substantial and like she can move planets and wreck stuff.
I actually thought this was Maxima. Take note Lobdell and Rocafort oh and while I’m at it (Lobdell you’re a douche for what you’ve done to her)
I love that the light in her eyes is actually bouncing off the bridge of her nose and cheekbones - which is what would really happen if her eyes actually glowed and I’ve never seen an artist depict that.
Kory is a *strong* individual. She has muscles and weight. She is tall. Drawing her as a sprite when she’s an adult doesn’t make any sense.
I always thought it would make more sense if she was built more like Barda or Knockout.
This is awesome
I really like this. :)
… Wow, this is an absolutely stunning take on Kory. And I completely agree, I love the body type she’s given here. Kory’s supposed to be a tall, strong, powerhouse of a character, so it’s always made sense to me that she’d have a larger body type than the typical superheroine - both curvy, and also muscular. Her anatomy is just really well-drawn here.
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