Starfire appears in 1754 issues.
Adeline Kane was a US Army instructor training recruits for a top-secret military program called Team 7. She fell in love with and married one of her recruits, Slade Wilson, who would later become Deathstroke. In subsequent years, she became the mother of two sons: Grant and Joseph Wilson.
Came into conflict with Starfire and the Teen Titans after he and Beast Boy were mistaken for one another.
The Anti-Monitor is The Monitor's counterpart from The Anti-matter Universe. He is responsible for the original Crisis on Infinite Earths, was the sole Guardian of The Sinestro Corps and once, against his will, was the source of The Black Lantern Corps Central Power Battery.
In the "Teen Titans" animated series, he frequently opposed the Teen Titans.
Came into conflict with Starfire and the Teen Titans after taking them prisoners and forcing Cyborg to fight him.
Aurora is the eldest female of the Recombatants and often acts in a guardian role.
Psyche queen and leader of Dark Nemesis, a group of assassins and information brokers. She repeatedly fought the (Teen) Titans until she and other members of her group were arrested.
In the "Teen Titans" animated series, Billy Numerous was an enemy of the Teen Titans before joining the "expanded version" of the H.I.V.E. Five.
Kory's sister and arch-nemesis.
A member of Dark Nemesis, Blizzard possesses monstrous facial features that require him to wear a special environmental suit. Said suit grants him the power of cryokinesis.
Animal Man's enemy with ability to remotely drain blood from surrounding people and convert it into super strength, invulnerability, and other physical enhancements.
Leader of the Hangmen, the devious Breathtaker can control the wind. She uses this power to suck the air out of her victims' lungs-the perfect way to kill someone without leaving behind any evidence.
Brother Blood is the 8th "Brother Blood", Each person in the lineage must kill the previous to take the mantle of the Blood. He has ways he can be reincarnated after Death.
Speed demon and member of Dark Nemesis
Cheshire and Starfire came into conflict when Jade was fighting the Outlaws.
Underground monster who goes after Starfire and Atlee for burying him in the ground
As a henchman of Slade, he has come into conflict with Starfire and the Teen Titans on numerous occasions.
A chrysalis eating alien.
A princess of the now-destroyed planet Tamaran, Starfire has found a new home on Earth and a new family in the Teen Titans.
Starfire battled Coeus and the other Titans of Myth with the New Titans.
An enemy of the Teen Titans. He seems to have some sort of infatuation for Starfire.
One of the earlier foes that went up against Red Hood and the Outlaws. Crux had some sort of grievance against Starfire.
Once a major player in the criminal underworld and a member of H.I.V.E., Damien Darhk was killed by Vandal Savage while fighting the Titans.
Starfire and the Teen Titans teamed up with the X-Men to halt Darkseid's plans for the Phoenix Force.
A member of the Teen Titans, Starfire and Deathstroke have faced each other in battle on multiple occasions.
Deathwing a Team Titans member pretended to be Dick Grayson, but in reality he was an evil version from an alternate timeline.
Devilance the Pursuer was a respected minion of Darkseid, lord of Apokolips. He was most recently seen in DC's weekly comic series 52.
In an episode of the "Teen Titans" animated series, Ding Dong Daddy came into conflict with the Teen Titans after stealing something which was important to Robin.
The strongest of the Recombatants, power and experience wise.
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