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It was said that Komand'r sold her sister, Koriand'r to save Tamaran, which was taken over by the Blight.
Red Hood and the Outlaws
Koriand'r was bitter towards Komand'r and the people of Tamaran for her enslavement. After Kori fought her way free, she was praised as a hero and Kom gave her a ship to leave Tamaran but that wasn't enough to repair the rift between them. When Roy Harper was captured by the Blight, Kom visited him in his cell and appeared to be working with the Blight.
Roy's capture was revealed to be a mission to rescue Komand'r and Roy took her and teleported back to Koriand'r and Jason Todd. The two sisters reunited in a teary conversation and Kori forgave her sister. The four of them worked together to take back Tamaran. They returned to Tamaran in Kori's ship and fought the Blight's soldiers alongside some of the Starfire's crew members. When Kom got stabbed in the back with a spear by the Blight leader, Kori's emotions overwhelmed her and she unleashed an energetic shock wave that wiped out everything in sight.
When the smoke cleared, Kori held the defeated Blight leader. After the battle, Kom asked Kori to stay but Kori refused and wanted to return to Earth with Jason and her boyfriend, Roy. After bidding her sister farewell, Kom gave her and her companions a ship to return to Earth.
- Tamaranean Physiology: Komand'r has green eyes with no pupils, orange skin and fiery hair. When she is using her abilities in full force her hair seems to glow and react like fire however this is simply an illusion.
- Firearms: Komand'r has been seen using alien guns effectively. Using only a few shots to take down her opponents.
- Blackfire was created by Marv Wolfman and George Pérez, first appearing in New Teen Titans #22. However, in the rebooted Prime Earth continuity her first appearance as part of the DC Universe is in Scott Lobdell and Kenneth Rocafort's New 52 Red Hood and the Outlaws series.
- Appearances of Komand'r (Prime Earth)
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- Character Gallery: Komand'r (Prime Earth)
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