Well I guess he's technically not a super hero, but more of an anti-hero but I say Deadpool. Because he can survive being blown to bits and still pull himself together.
Jack Harkness of Dr. Who. Got blown up and reassembled, immune to nearly everything, lives five million years or so if cannon is correct. And he had time travel devices periodically.
by NicholasA5 years ago
Would it be easier to be a Superhero or a Super-villain?
by Don Ship7 years ago
Who is your favourite super hero?
by Steven Escareno6 years ago
I was just reading Peter Travers latest review on the "Green Lantern" film. Although I do disagree with quite a lot about what he said of the movie, and he definitely gets a few points wrong when talking...
by Patricia Scott4 years ago
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by stephane867 years ago
I have started a series of hubs on Superman called "How to Revive the Character". I am aware of the fact that, at the current time, the destiny of the Superman is in limbo as there seems to be a lack of...
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