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Best Superhero

Best Superhero

  • Batman

    Votes: 11 14.5%
  • Superman

    Votes: 11 14.5%
  • Spider-man

    Votes: 17 22.4%
  • Iron Man

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Wonder Woman

    Votes: 4 5.3%
  • Hulk

    Votes: 1 1.3%
  • Some other choice, you oddball!

    Votes: 32 42.1%

  • Total voters
    76

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Ryujin

Adventurer
If I'm going off the regular list of heroes then it's Batman; especially as I read him in the '70s.

If I'm going off my full list then it's a toss-up between Badger (Capital Comics), or Kevin Matchstick from "Mage" (Comico Comics).
 


Cadence

Adventurer
Supporter
The Wasp (Janet van Dyne) is 1st.
Thor (either Simonson's run or one of Aaron's first two arcs) is 2nd.

Thinking about how many other Marvel characters I used to love before some author or another put them through the wringer, I find myself remembering the 80s. I miss Boris the Bear.
 
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Xaelvaen

Stuck in the 90s
Though he himself will attack me for calling him a Super Hero, he certainly fits into the generic genre - Deadpool (and I mean even before Ryan Reynolds made him 'cool'). The fourth-wall-breaking "Merc with a Mouth" has always been the only comic I could stomach reading for more than one issue at a time at any point after my adolescence.

Spawn, from Image Comics, is a close second.
 
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Tonguez

Hero
Spiderman is the only true hero on the list, the others are all moody, flawed individuals that lucked out by getting powers.

Spiderman gets powers as an angsty nerd and revels in it, his powers become a joy tempered by his good heart and drive towards great responsibility

my favourite comic character was Moores Swamp Thing, but he isnt a superhero either - and eventually he became a god
 
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Dannyalcatraz

Schmoderator
Staff member
My fave/best varies over time. Iron Man and Batman have both held that position. So have Green Lantern, Dr. Strange, Wildfire, Adam Warlock, Martian Manhunter, Magnus Robot Fighter, and many more.
 
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JustinCase

the magical equivalent to the number zero
Define "best". For that matter, define "superhero". ;)

I've always loved Spawn and The Darkness, although "superhero" in both cases may be a stretch.

Oh, and Darkwing Duck. Because a duck superhero.
 

Asisreo

Archdevil's Advocate
Red, white and blue loses a lot of it's appeal outside the USA. Bit cheesy.
I have a confession: I watched all of Winter Soldier twice and I can't remember anything from that movie still. I remember more from my one time watching the Avatar movie with James Cameron than I remember Winter Soldier.
 

Zardnaar

Legend
I have a confession: I watched all of Winter Soldier twice and I can't remember anything from that movie still. I remember more from my one time watching the Avatar movie with James Cameron than I remember Winter Soldier.
I didn't get that one. Boring.

I barely watched the MCU until I had Disney+ briefly.

Best ones were first Guardians of the Galaxy, Black Panther, one of the Thor movies, first Ironman and the first avengers.
 

Xaelvaen

Stuck in the 90s
I have a confession: I watched all of Winter Soldier twice and I can't remember anything from that movie still. I remember more from my one time watching the Avatar movie with James Cameron than I remember Winter Soldier.
I have a confession as well; I watched the original X-men movies, the first Avengers movie, the first Iron Man Movie, and Black Panther. With great exception to the the very first X-men movie, and the latter movie (BP), I can't stand MCU movies as a whole (though the Deadpool movies made me laugh, if that counts for anything at all). I'll stick to comics / graphic novels.
 

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