He can soar like an eagle, swim like a shark, run like leopard, and eat like a pug! Awesome!
A hero who comes from the future, not in search of bad guys, but personal fame and fortune. Delightfully anti-heroic.
The ghost of a murder victim is permitted to temporarily inhabit the bodies of the living in order to track down his killer – and run various equally important errands.
A fatally injured soldier is reanimated in a cybernetic body. Haunted by memories of his past life and loved ones, he soon finds himself on the run from his evil creators.
Pretty much what the title implies. Our protagonist is an Irish contract killer with a gift for violence – and some very colorful buddies.
There are actually two equally terrific versions of the character. The first is a human addicted to Miraclo, a drug that grants him temporary superheroes. The second is an android from the 853rd century. Take your pick.
Yes, I know he already had his shot, but hear me out. Howard the Duck is a fantastic character and deserved much, much better than that George Lucas turkey. Come on. Give the duck a break.
Martial arts and superheroics. The vest of both worlds.
An interstellar mercenary and bounty hunter that Jason Momoa was born to play.
Possessing the abilities of telepathy, x-ray vision, flight, super strength, super speed, shape and phase-shifting, and density control ( to name a few), he is Mars’s answer to superman.