Some of them anyway
- •SupermanAlien with godlike powers that is still human. Has all the very best qualities of a human but is not immune to weakness. Superman is the Jesus figure of comic books.
- •BatmanHe has no actual powers, which is the most inspiring thing. He used his human abilities and resources to become a hero, which I feel is a good message to send. He also gives out so many pearls of wisdom- I could make a whole list on this.
- •WolverineI love the idea that a secret Canadian organisation captured and created a monster for the purpose of giving it the ability to heal any wound. A free healthcare monster 🇨🇦
- •Wonder WomanStrong, powerful and fierce while still advocating peace, and she does it all in that uncomfortable outfit. What a wonderful woman indeed.
- •Spider-ManJust a very entertaining and hilarious character, which sometimes makes him less impressive— that makes him more realistic though! Also the Mary-Jane drama and Uncle Ben sadness is relatable.
- •Tony Stark/Iron ManSame thing as batman but much less humble and poignant. He is so witty though and RDJ is very handsome
- •Black WidowExcellent example of how a bad guy can become a good guy!
- •ThorUnique power. He might be an idiot sometimes but at least he's secure and caring despite all the muscle and weather tantrums. Also what fabulous hair, I want his shampoo brand asap.
- •Green arrowPretty impressive talent and is a cooler version of Robin Hood
- •The FlashInteresting guy but vehicles and technology make this superpower less necessary. Good for escaping baddies though
- •Captain AmericaA character that embodies the concept of freedom and liberty which is beautiful. I don't like that he achieves it through violence though.
- •The HulkLack of self control is not an admirable quality.
- •Green LanternBlake Lively I love you but you and your husband ruined this storyline for me.