Superman's not just AN archetype, he’s THE archetype for superheroes. he’s the one that inspired all that followed in his wake.
Despite the cool costume, the car, plane, and assorted gadgets, what makes Batman so enduringly popular for so many decades.
Wonder Woman, American book created for DC Comics by psychologist William Moulton Marston and artist HarryG. Peter.
Spider- Man is a superhero appearing in American ridiculous books published by Marvel Comics.
Iron Man, American ridiculous book superhero, a dependence of Marvel Comics, first appeared in 1963 in Tales of Suspension no. 39.
Captain America, a symbol on the battlefield and he helped the Allies win WW2, Created by cartoonists Joe Simon and Jack Kirby,
Wolverine was a grey character from the outset. His origins were fleshed out and much of the mystery washed away.
The Gawk is a fictional superhero appearing in publications by the Marvel Comics, created by pen Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby.
Thor is the "God of Thunder", a member of the race known as the Asgardians, a group of humanoid beings from the Asgard.
In The Flash, Barry Allen, a forensic investigator in Central City, gains the power of preternatural speed from a freak accident.