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What character of heroes do you like best?

Asked by ahro0703 (357 points ) April 9th, 2014

It doesn’t matter. Marvel, D.C.Universe… Type in what you like!

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gailcalled's avatar

Please clarify what you mean by “character of heroes.”

flip86's avatar

Quailman. I doubt anyone over 30 knows who he is.

Seek's avatar

Impossible to answer as written, so I’m going to bust out my crystal ball.

If you’re looking for a favorite comic book publisher, then I’ll have to go with Aardvark-Vanaheim. Cerebus for the win!

I’ll take Marvel over DC, because I like the X Men.

But comic book heroes seem kind of empty to me most of the time. I prefer books. And I tend to like the reluctant heroes and the anti-heroes. Aragorn and Elric of Melnibonë, respectively, for examples.

cookieman's avatar

Based on @Seek‘s interpretation, I will say Marvel Comics. Been reading them since I was twelve (I’m forty-two).

I have many favorites including Daredevil and Captain America.

SQUEEKY2's avatar

Dark Wing Duck!!

ucme's avatar


Berserker's avatar

Conan the Barbarian.

downtide's avatar

I read mainly Marvel so I’m more familiar with those characters. I was an X-men fan back in the day, before the Marvel-verse went all weird in the early 90s. Wolverine was my favourite, I also liked Rogue, Nightcrawler and Longshot.

But I think @ucme has the best one. Dangermouse is awesome.

Winter_Pariah's avatar

Favorite Hero: David North
Favorite Anti-Hero: Eddie Brock
Favorite Villain: Hunter Rose

Mimishu1995's avatar

I never like superheroes. But I cut some slack for Batman.

AshLeigh's avatar

Captain Underpants. Obviously.

SavoirFaire's avatar

Interpretation tip: “of” was probably meant to be “or.” It’s easy to mistype.

gailcalled's avatar

^^It is, but one does have to infer that the OP was looking for comic book heroes.

SavoirFaire's avatar

@gailcalled Indeed, but it’s not a difficult inference to make given that OP mentions the two largest comic book companies in the question details.

gailcalled's avatar

^^I would have to know that, of course, which I don’t.

SavoirFaire's avatar

@gailcalled Every question requires background knowledge, even if only of the language and its referents. I’m not denying the value of clarification, but I can understand why OP may have thought it unnecessary to say more.

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