10 Most Serious Superheroes Who Are The Ultimate Fan Favourites

Serious superheroes are very crucial for the respective universes in order to maintain discipline amongst the mighty of the mightiest, which is a tough task in itself.

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10 Most Serious Superheroes Who Are The Ultimate Fan Favourites

Superhero universe is very vast and each hero comes with their own backstory and universe or home as we call like to call it, having different homes and upbringing results in different personality traits.

In this list we are going to mention only the Superheroes with series traits

10) Wonder Woman

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Many writers have depicted Diana in different personalities and tone; between both of her diametric extremes; that of a worldly female warrior, a highly compassionate and calm ambassador, and sometimes also as a naive and innocent person, depending on the writer. What has remained constant, and is a mainstay of the character, is her nurturing humanity: her overwhelming belief in love, empathy, compassion, and having a strong conscience. This trait had been the reason for her induction into the Star Sapphires.

Actress Gal Gadot described Wonder Woman as "an idealist. Experienced, super-confident. Open and sincere even in the midst of a gruesome, bloody conflict. Having many strengths and powers, but at the end of the day she's a woman with a lot of emotional intelligence".

9) Punisher

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The character has been described as being obsessed with vengeance; Garth Ennis noted that the character of the Punisher "sees the world in very black and white terms, he solves his problems with utter finality" and that "his response to any problem: when in doubt, hit back hard."

8) Daredevil

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Daredevil is a morally righteous hero with a strong sense of law and justice. This has also influenced him into becoming a lawyer. Daredevil objects to total violence and prefers to keep his enemies alive and defeating them rather then slay them. However, Daredevil does have a dark side, and will not hesitate to badly hurt foes in certain circumstances, often when he is under a period of stress.

7) John Stewart

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Former US Marine and architect John Stewart debuted in the midst of civil unrest; his character often functioned as a heavy-handed but well-meaning commentary on the state of race relations in the country. Stewart also broke with tradition by refusing to wear a face mask, thereby keeping his identity public. Over the years, Stewart often worked in tandem with Jordan (DC’s “main” Green Lantern since 1959) and even fully replaced him at times.

6) Captain America

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Captain America is traditionally seen as one of the greatest heroes of the Marvel Universe. He is a righteous and brave man who always wants to see the good in people. From his origins as a superhero, Cap has always devoted himself to the protection of the weak and the defense of freedom and justice.

5) Batman

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Batman's primary character traits can be summarized as "wealth; physical prowess; deductive abilities and obsession".

Batman's "most implacable foe" is the Joker, a homicidal maniac with a clown-like appearance. The Joker is considered by critics to be his perfect adversary, since he is the antithesis of Batman in personality and appearance; the Joker has a maniacal demeanor with a colorful appearance, while Batman has a serious and resolute demeanor with a dark appearance. As a "personification of the irrational", the Joker represents "everything Batman [opposes]"

4) Superman

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Superman's personality is rough and aggressive. The character often attacks and terrorizes wife beaters, profiteers, lynch mobs, and gangsters in a rough manner and with a looser moral code than audiences today might be used to. Superman in the comics of the 1930s is unconcerned about the harm his strength may cause. He tosses villainous characters in such a manner that fatalities would presumably occur, although these are seldom shown explicitly on the page. Read more about his weaknesses here.

3) Spawn

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Albert Francis "Al" Simmons (Lt. Colonel, USMC-Ret.), born in Detroit Michigan, was a highly trained Force Recon Marine who was at his most successful point when he saved the President from an attempted assassination. He was promoted to a high level and recruited to a highly classified unit within the CIA devoted to black ops. 

Simmons made a deal with an evil being known as Malebolgia: in exchange for his soul, he would get to see once again his wife, Wanda. However, when Simmons returned to the human world, five years had passed, and he had been transformed into a demonic creature with little memory of his former life. After regaining his memories, he sought out his wife, only to find she had moved on and married his best friend, Terry Fitzgerald, and that they now had a daughter named Cyan.

2) Wolverine

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Wolverine is frequently depicted as a gruff loner, often taking leave from the X-Men to deal with personal issues or problems. He is often irreverent and rebellious towards authority figures, though he is a reliable ally and capable leader.

He has been a mentor and father figure to several younger women, especially Jubilee, Kitty Pryde and X-23, and has had failed romantic relationships with numerous women (most notably Mariko Yashida), as well as a mutual,but unfulfilled attraction to Jean Grey, leading to arguments with her boyfriend (and later husband), Scott Summers.

1) Jean Grey

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Jean Grey is all about passion. In many ways her most defining trait is her passion. She is passionate about her abilities, her friends, and the cause the X-men fight for. She has a tremendous capacity for empathy and reaching out to others. She is outgoing, kind, and emotional to a fault at times. This in many ways makes her the emotional core of the X-men.


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