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Raven vs. Starfire
Transcript of Raven vs. Starfire
: Galfore (K'Norfka)
: starbolts, eye beams, flight, alien physiology
: joyous, naive, somewhat insecure
a brief history
: Arella (mother)
: soul-self (levitation, telekinesis, empathy, dimensional travel)
: introverted, studious, sarcastic
Values of Barbie/ Princess Model:
Dependence on Prince
Straying From the Barbie/ Princess Model
Challenging the Idea of a Purely "Feminine" Role Model
Fear is a universal emotion that we all struggle with.
Raven is afraid to have fears but ultimately she recognizes fear is a constant in all our lives and that the way we deal with fear is something that we can control.
Centered & Levelheaded
Starfire is too Dependent on Robin
Success in life requires that we regulate our impulses and have self-control
Raven exemplifies perfect self-control and is able to compartmentalize her feelings
Raven defends her friends and the people of Earth when her father, Trigon, takes over Earth
Raven is a model of strength in the face of fear
Starfire lets her emotions get in the way of fighting; she can't compartmentalize her feelings like Raven can.
Raven has strength through hope in desperate situations
Hope is a necessity in human life
We all have the capacity to do good and the capacity to do evil
Two sides coexist in us all
Starfire is too emotionally reliant on Robin
Her portrayal is too heavily based on her relationship with Robin
: How do you do it, Robin?
: Do what?
: Keep hoping. After everything that happened. Everything I did. How did you still manage to hope it could all work out?
: Because of you. You don't realize it Raven, but you're actually the most hopeful person I've ever met. From the day you were born, they said you were evil. That you were created to do unspeakable things. But you wished for more. You dared to hope that you could be a hero.