Hmm, so many to pick from. Have you ever heard of Marvel Comics' Squirrel Girl? She was created in an attempt to remind us that not all superheroes have to be brooding and dark; sometimes it's nice to just imagine someone putting on a costume and saving the day. Additionally, Squirrel Girl is pretty funny. Her powers don't seem impressive (she can talk to squirrels.. yea), yet she somehow defeats some of the strongest characters in the Marvel Universe, including Thanos and Doctor Doom. Despite her silly super-name and power, Doreen Green is a worthy hero with a fun message, and I think a well-done movie of hers would be very entertaining.
Hock-Eye Guy should be the one, he is the only one. As he wears red, white and blue he is able to release a small disk that can disable anyone or anything except the notorious Mr. J. Quick or C. Price. Hock-Eye Guy can move quickly and barrel through people, places or things with his power forward ability. He can reverse-time when necessary by moving/skating backwards. Lastly as long as he stays away from the somewhat notorious sin bin his powers stay strong.
There was a character, from a kind of underground comic book series...
Anyway, the young man is called "Saint Sinner." He is a young man, perhaps in his early twenties, who comes to be possessed by both a demon and an angel simultaneously.
This dual possession gives him an interesting power: He can 'evolve' or 'devolve' any form of biological life he puts his hands on. If I remember correctly, he also possesses a special coat that allows him to travel between dimensions.
I always thought the Saint Sinner was pretty cool.
by EJ Lambert 6 years ago
What director would you like to see do the next super hero movie?Christopher Nolan and Joss Whedon have brought the realm of super hero movies to undreamed of levels. Given where the genre is, what big-name director would you like to see take a crack at it next?
by mintinfo 7 years ago
Action hero or Super hero, which do you prefer and whyThere seems to be a war brewing in Hollywood between the two genres. Super heroes can be any plain actor behind a mask while action heroes have to posses more substance. Is someone like Van-Damme more appealing to you than Batman?
by Wayne Brown 8 years ago
If you could be a super hero, how would describe your powers?
by Don Ship 8 years ago
Who is your favourite super hero?
by Sandeep Rathore 4 years ago
Batman Vs Superman? whom do you like the most? And which way your favorite hero motivates you?I like Batman. He is so normal yet he does extraordinary things. Batman is the symbol of standing for the people you love. What say you?
by Adam M. Hanson 7 years ago
Which (Super)hero or (super)villian has been best portrayed on the big screen?By "best portrayed" I mean "stayed truest to the source." Which hero/villian made the best transition from page to screen while still remaining the original character?
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