who's your favorite marvel hero

@aiyreen (286)
May 7, 2008 10:07am CST
jean grey's my favorite... with her powers... awesome!
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• United States
22 Dec 09
Currently I'd say Hercules, since he's in the best series Marvel is putting out right now, the Incredible Hercules. Though that may get usurped by SWORD is it keeps being so strong.
• Philippines
4 Oct 10
I would say Daredevil and Wolverine, two of the best melee type superheroes
@teka44 (3425)
• Brazil
7 May 08
Hi aiyreen, welcome to mylot. I like jean grey and wolverine too. And don't forget Iron Man, Spider Man. I like all these. cheers and welcome again.
@aiyreen (286)
• Philippines
7 May 08
geee... thanks... yeah, iron man and spider man are awesome!
@rjkolth (27)
• Philippines
14 Oct 11
I really like Morph who is a close friend of Wolverine in uncanny x-men , but my all time favorite is still Wolverine. I like Peter Parker also known as Spiderman too. I wish I can have special power like them too since I was a kid. I can't imagine myself crawling on the wall with a metal claws in my hands. lol.
• United States
10 Aug 11
I would say Cyclops simply because he's always over looked because of Wolverine. Cyclops is a great fighter and even better leader. His optic blast is very powerful and he knows how to use his power very well. I understand he's not on Jean Grey's level but he's my favorite.
30 Jul 08
spidey!!!! is the most funny, sensible and showy hero of ever!!!! think spidey think!!!
12 May 08
wolverine. mutant healing factor, keen animal-like senses, adamantium-laced skeleton and those cool retractable claws "snikt, snikt!"
@ratyz5 (7829)
• Philippines
9 May 08
Spider Man - Spider-Man is the creation of Marvel Comics legend Stan Lee, his artistic partner Jack Kirby, and artist Steve Ditko. Spider-Man first appeared in 1962 in the Marvel comic Amazing Fantasy #15; his own series, The Amazing Spider-Man, began the next year. According to the story line, Spider-Man is the alter ego of student Peter Parker; an accidental bite from a radioactive spider gave Parker the arachnid's relative strength and agility plus a tingling "spider sense" for danger. After his Uncle Ben is killed by a burglar, Parker determines to use his new powers to fight crime, dressed in a mask and form-fitting costume and equipped with spider-like web slingers. Ongoing characters in the Spider-Man universe include his love interest Mary Jane Watson, kindly worrywart Aunt May, hothead Daily Bugle publisher Jonah Jameson and exotic villains Doctor Octopus and the Green Goblin. Spider-Man became a daily comic strip in 1977, and has been featured in a variety of animated TV series. The 2002 movie Spider-Man featured Tobey Maguire as Spider-Man and Kirsten Dunst as Mary Jane. Both Maguire and Dunst reprised their roles in the sequels Spider-Man 2 (2004) and Spider-Man 3 (2007).

In some of the ongoing versions of the storyline, Spider-Man has married Mary Jane and they are separated or Mary Jane is presumed dead... In some versions the spider which bit Peter Parker is genetically altered rather than radioactive... The character Spider-Girl is a futuristic spinoff of the Spider-Man story, with Peter Parker's teenage daughter taking on his crimefighting ways...

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Mine would be Spider Man. Though his powers are not innate but due to circumstances which he got into, I still like his athleticism and his spider-like abilities.