Raven is one of the longest serving members of the Teen Titans, in various incarnations of the team.

Raven first appeared in an issue of DC Comics Presents in 1980.

The series was commonly used as a way to highlight characters or reintroduce somewhat forgotten ones by pairing them with Superman.

Believe us, though, the train doesn't stop with them.

Wolverine's been engaged, married, had a homosexual relationship, and even had kids with a few lucky ladies.

Hawkeye first appeared in Young Avengers #1 (April, 2005).

The issue was scripted by Allan Heinberg and drawn by Jim Cheung.

One of Wolverine’s most notable relationships is with fellow X-Man, Jean Grey.

Wolverine and Jean Grey had a flirty relationship ever since Wolverine teamed-up with the X-Men, which makes Jean's boyfriend/husband super jealous (and is probably why Wolverine and Cyclops don't get along that well).

Raven's demonic lineage was hidden from her for most of her early years.

She was raised in an alternate dimension called Azarath, where she learned with a greater degree of skill to control her emotions by the goddess Azar.

Reggie's appearance is very important to him, and he is known to carry a mirror around with him in his pocket.