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)Lost Girl: No DEFINITE favourites, but I prefer Bo/Dyson to Bo/Lauren and Bo/Tamsin, considering that Tamsin's goals were ambiguous at best when she was introduced (Dyson's motives were questionable at times but we never doubted that he wanted Bo safe) and Lauren failed to tell anyone about Nadia until someone else brought the issue up where Dyson has at least always been honest about whatever issues he might have about entering into a relationship with someone once he was aware that they were issues (Him not mentioning his deal with the Norn to Ciara doesn't count because he had no reason to believe that the deal was an issue until he learned about the fact that it took his love from him completely, and his initial distance from Bo can be attributed to the mystery about her own knowledge of her background rather than a flaw on his part exclusively)LXG: Sawyer/Mina (The most Extraordinary member of the team, paired up with the 'least'?
either way, I think this one works best, so long as the accompanying story is also well-written)DC Comics: Batman: Robin (Tim Drake)/Batgirl (Cassandra Cain) (Having read the absolutely FANTASTIC "" by Phoenix83ad, I was INSTANTLY a fan of this pairing even before I reached the end of the story.
In many ways, it's kind of cute; the member of the Bat-family with the most life OUTSIDE crime-fighting, helping to give the one whose ENTIRE life is the Bat-costume a reason to live that DOESN'T involve just beating up the bad guys all the time)Batman (Bruce Wayne)/Catwoman (Selina Kyle) ( made it great again, but I prefer AUs where they met earlier or stories exploring them in costume; it's great that they got a happy ending in DKR, but I just don't feel that interested in seeing how they got to the café where Alfred saw Bruce at the conclusion in favour of seeing them come together as the Dark Knight and Gotham's ultimate thief)Justice League (Animated Series): Batman/Wonder Woman (In many ways, I just think it's too predictable to pair Wonder Woman up with Superman.
Besides, they're total opposites- the Dark Knight, keeping to the shadows, and the Princess, bringing a message to the world- and I've always rather liked the idea of opposites attract...
up to a certain point, of course, as with Jack O'Nell/Samantha Carter, sometimes the differences are just great)Green Lantern/Hawkgirl (Well, it seems appropriate somehow. Talk about a match made in heaven)Smallville: Clark Kent/Lois Lane (What else needs to be said?
RIGHT to me)Marvel Comics: Avengers (Movie): No slash, but Bruce Banner/Natasha Romanov could have potential if handled properly (I was neutral on Clint/Natasha even before we learned that he was married; I got why people like it, but I personally thought that both sides were too emotionally repressed to feel inclined to explore it)Wanda Maximoff/Vision (As with Bruce and Natasha, they had some interesting moments in 'Age of Ultron' that I'd like to see developed further, even before their further chemistry in 'Civil War'; the fact that they had to fight during the resulting conflict just made it all the more tragic)Iron Man: Tony Stark/Pepper Potts (They had some great chemistry in the film, and I'm sticking to it regardless of Tony's comments in 'Civil War')Spider-Man: Peter Parker/Mary Jane is an obvious positive- I can never read anything with Gwen as a character without anticipating her death- but I've read stories pairing Peter off with a variety of other female heroes in the Marvel Universe, such as She-Hulk, Rogue, or Carol Danvers, which were also fairly effective so long as it's not taken too far Thor: Thor/Jane Foster (The movie really made it work; what can I say? They've been together in pretty much every X-Man continuity in existence; it may be a bit cliche, but sometimes cliches become such because they fundamentally similar; both of them can never be totally normal because they can't turn off their powers and require 'artificial' means- likes Rogue's gloves and Scott's glasses- to keep them under control)Matrix: Neo/Trinity (Like some other couples, these guys need only one explanation for why they make a good pair; they together, and that's the end of the matter as far as I'm concerned)Merlin: Merlin/Morgana (Things between them took a downturn in the later series, but that just makes it more tragic; they had great POTENTIAL as a couple, but it could never happen because Morgana was driven to take another path while Merlin was left in the unenviable position of having to oppose her even as a part of him wished for a sign that she's still the person he knew)Pirates of the Caribbean: Philip Swift/Syrena (There's something kind of sweet about their relationship, really; it's a shame that the only good story I've read with them as a couple is "")I like Will/Elizabeth, but I'm not sure I'd read a story exclusively about them; Jack's the more interesting character, after all Pokemon: (Another case where I feel the importance of childishness is underestimated) Ash/Misty (No matter how many other girls Ash travels with, only Misty was there for him when he was finding his way and really somebody that he could rely on to help him and give him advice while he was trying to find his way in his new world.
Besides, not only was Misty the only travelling companion who left Ash through necessity rather than choice- she had to 'save' the Cerulean Gym where everyone else just decided to travel somewhere other than where Ash was going- but Ash still carries around a memento of Misty in the form of her special lure even after she's been away from him for so long, when the only memento we've seen of his other female companions is that half-ribbon he won with May after they drew in a contest which he would also be interested in keeping for 'professional' reasons; suggestive about his feelings for Misty in comparision to the others, no?well, they had issues (to say nothing of Angel being willing to make any sacrifice necessary to save Buffy, particularly his humanity, when Buffy will never know about it, even if he slips up during that 'Twilight' mess in Season 8))Cordelia/Doyle (It never even had a chance in the show, and I like to see stories where it did ("" being a prime example))Xander/Faith (She was his first, and they seemed to have some pretty decent chemistry when she wasn't going psycho on the gang; I'd say it had potential)Angel/Cordelia (It's a tricky one at times, but after seeing a few more episodes of with a more open mind than in the early days, I think they had some potential after the first couple of years as Cordelia matured and the two of them became closer (Although I wish I could find more well-written stories featuring those two; any recommendations would be appreciated))Angel/Willow (Strange idea, I know, and I don't like it when anyone's cheating on anybody, but they really make for a pretty interesting couple; I challenge like Xander/Jenny Calendar if it's written well, but any story I find featuring them as a couple is drastically let down by the fact that they all seem to feature Angel being either relatively ineffective- Xander actually seems to make MORE of an impact on the demon underground than him (Albeit due to extra powers he's acquired) despite Angel's superior natural strength and experience- or essentially condemning him for his actions as Angelus- although, in all fairness, mainly because stories of this nature are set after he's ?)Animorphs: Rachel/Tobias (Come on, a girl and a boy dating when the guy spends most of his time with wings and feathers? (Besides, after the way Tobias basically abandoned humanity after Rachel's death I think it's pretty clear that she meant a great deal to him; it's really a tragedy that the two never really got a chance to be more than what they were)(Used to like Jake/Cassie, but Cassie lost serious points when she gave the Yeerks the morphing cube because the alternative was to kill a human host; evidently, as far as she's concerned- to paraphrase Rachel in "The Departure"-, the whole world can drop dead just so long as doesn't work; what happens to those Yeerks who keep the morphing power in their hosts rather than morphing themselves?I know that the age difference- to say nothing of the fact that they're related- is a issue, but, as I mentioned when discussing Mal/River, age isn't a major issue for me, and as for the 'related' thing...eh, there's always AUs where Nathan ISN'T Claire's father, and even in real continuity, it's not like they're that related, and they only met when Claire was in her last year of high school, and didn't THINK of each other as their relatives, so I feel comfortable enough ignoring that.How to Train Your Dragon: Hiccup/Astrid (What can I say?Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating