Hawk & Dove
23 years ago - Hank & Don Hall is born.
20 years ago - 3-year-old Hank & Don are chosen as vessels for T'Charr & Terataya, lower lords of chaos & order that had secretly fallen in love.
7 years ago - 16-year-old Hank & Don, desperate to save their kidnapped father, are taught by their bonded lords of chaos & order to summon their power. They become Hawk & Dove.
6 years ago - 17-year-old Hank & Don are recruited by Flamebird into the new Teen Titans. They are killed in the Quroc bombing.
Hawk & Dove were invented by Steve Skeates & legendary comic artist Steve Ditko. Ditko is noted for his devotion to Objectivism, which deals heavily with moral relativism, so it stands to reason that Ditko played a hand in the central concept of the crime-fighting duo with opposing moral stances on crimefighting, but in truth he only drew the first two issues of the comic. These are characters that are interesting in their conception, but in practice prove to be a little difficult to work with. Ultimately, they are best remembered for their deaths; Don during the original Crisis, and Hank during the height of Armageddon 2001 when his character was subbed in at the last minute as the villain Monarch, who went on to be a key player in Zero Hour, another continuity reset.
In between their deaths, Hank worked with a new Dove; Dawn Granger. A character that might have been easier for audiences to swallow because they were more accustomed to a female character being depicted as non-violent. She would later work with her sister Holly Granger as the new Hawk. All these stories suffered by being largely drawn by Rob Liefield, who we're fairly certain only has a career as some sort of elaborate prank.
Ultimately, this character concept is interesting on a very basic, surface level but isn't something that hold up over the duration of a regular series. They are longstanding parts of the history of the Titans, however, and so we've included them as a part of Flamebird's ill-fated team that is decimated in the Quroc bombing.