I was looking through some old comics when I thought of a new game. I call it Three of a Kind. Here's my first entry. 

Hoy

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Thanks for the idea, Hoy. Here are my three:

Good one, Craig. Here's another. 

Ooh, nice one! I'd always noticed the IM-DD connection (I don't know if they did or not), but I never tied in the Demon. As long as you brought up the subject, here are my three

How about these three?

I like all of those, Craig and Peter.  Here's a fashion entry. 

Hoy

When you started that post, Hoy, my mind went in a different direction.  There are three other DC characters that have used the name "Starfire", the last one being, of course, the best-known.

Four of a kind?

She got used in the previous group. Peter had found another to make three. 

Dave Palmer said:

Four of a kind?

Here's another fashion trio, one I endorse. 

Hoy

How’d I miss that?  DC certainly liked Starfire as a name.

Hoy Murphy said:

She got used in the previous group. Peter had found another to make three. 

Dave Palmer said:

Four of a kind?

Yeah, I was originally intending to go with the swords-and-science Starfire that Hoy had already posted, plus Red Star/Starfire and (obviously) Koriand'r.  But when I went to look up covers for each of these, I discovered another Starfire that I'd never heard of before, a female crimelord who fought Supergirl.  No idea why she had that name too.
 
Dave Palmer said:

How’d I miss that?  DC certainly liked Starfire as a name. Hoy Murphy said:

She got used in the previous group. Peter had found another to make three.  Dave Palmer said:

Four of a kind?

Three organisations, with increasingly ambitious scopes of operation.

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