Five Love Triangles Between Superheroes in Comic Books
Fighting crime can be time-consuming and not having time is one of the main problems when it comes to dating. Obviously, we are talking about fictional characters, Superheroes, and they always need a romantic interest to make them more interesting, but the appeal of the relationship between comrades sometimes generates hard to avoid love triangles.
If such disputes are already common among real people, they are also in the history of superhero comics, an area where any mistake can be paid expensively, and they could move from being "friends" linked by a common interest (save the world from the villains), to be confronted by a matter of skirts.
Next, are the top five unsolved love triangles that any comic fan should know.
5. Starfire - Robin/Nightwing - Batgirl
No matter what alias Dick Grayson uses, he has become one of the most wanted men in the DC Universe. But his heart has always been divided between two of his teammates, either Batgirl when he patrols Gotham City, or Starfire when he is with the Teen Titans.
4. Emma Frost - Cyclops - Jean Grey
One of the most obvious cases occurs in the X-Men, an environment where various mutant superheroes coexist with each other, and generate in some cases extremely close links. Cyclops is also very prone to these situations, and his relationship with Jean Grey is in danger whenever Emma Frost appears in the equation.
3. Dr. Manhattan - Silk Spectre II - Nite Owl II
Watchmen boasts the most realistic stories about this subject. This comic book series have among his enigmatic superheroes, Silk Spectre, as the central character in this love triangle that links her to Nite Owl and to Dr. Manhattan.
2. Cyclops - Jean Grey - Wolverine
Again we have a relationship between superhero mutants and again involves Cyclops and Jean Grey. And although the pair seems quite established among fans of the X-Men, also Everyone knows that the extreme fragility of this love was not broken only by Emma Frost, but also by the arrogant Wolverine who more than once seduced the sexy redhead.
Fact; Scott and Jean got married, had children and were happy, at least for a time...
1. Mr. Fantastic - Invisible Woman - Namor
There is an even closer family than the X-Men, and they are the Fantastic Four. Reed Richards and Sue Storm are a classic superhero couple who mix business with pleasure, but the emergence of Namor made Reed look not so fantastic for the Invisible Woman, and there's record of various amorous encounters between these two characters.
Extra: Donna Troy – Kyle Rayner (Green Lantern/Ion) – Jade
Kyle and Jade long maintained a relationship, which was fine until suddenly appeared his ex, Donna Troy, who was also known as Wonder Women's successor and with whom lantern was still in love. Donna suffered from amnesia (how convenient), so was not able to remember their past. Finally, they parted ways.
Nevertheless Kyle and Jade remained together ... for awhile, because this superhero, Green Lantern, is a real casanova, but that's another story.