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Which Alter Ego Is Sexier

Updated on April 6, 2013

Put Your Gloves On

Just for fun, I thought it would be cool to debate which Superhero Alter Ego is sexier. I've only chosen the three most popular and easiest ones for this lens.

If you're fooled by the disguises they use, which Superhero Alter Ego would you choose? Would you choose Clark Kent, Peter Parker, or Bruce Wayne? And why would you choose that one? Let's explore this and see what happens.

My Choices

1. Now, let's talk about Bruce Wayne. He's not the greatest looking guy, but he's rich, well-educated, and he donates to charities. This makes him the sexiest in my book.

2. Okay, so the only disguise that Superman really uses is the glasses. So, let's pretend that you're fooled by the glasses. In my humble opinion, Clark Kent shows up in the middle. He's kind of geeky, and he's awkward.

3. Peter Parker would be on the bottom of my list. He's just some silly college student working as a photographer for a newspaper. Not that sexy to me.

Which One Would You Choose?

Who do you think is sexier?

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Other Super Heroes With Alter Egos

Here's a list of some other Super Heroes with Alter Egos.

  1. Ironman
  2. The Incredible Hulk
  3. Green Lantern
  4. Wonder Woman

Did you think this was a fun lens? Let me know your thoughts right here.

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      foreverme 

      8 years ago

      Rich Bruce Wayne is always the best choice. He doesn't have to show up to punch the time clock and could therefore be wherever and whenever he is needed with all the latest gadgets and gizmos to defeat the enemy!

    • SusanDeppner profile image

      Susan Deppner 

      9 years ago from Arkansas USA

      Has to be Clark Kent. With or without the cape.

    • Dianne Loomos profile image

      Dianne Loomos 

      9 years ago

      Of course I am talking about the Clark Kent on Smallville. :-)

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