Well, the easy answer is Superman. :)
He’s powerful or maybe more powerful than Hulk minus the anger issues. And he’s better looking too. Superman can fly by his nature and doesn’t need strings or any kind of flying tech. Also can cut stones with his eyes like Cyclop. And many more.
Yes, he can’t bring justice for half a year at the north pole because his energy comes from the sun but the white bears don’t care about it. With all that, I kinda like Superman because he’s the only one among superheroes struggling to be a a normal person, he’s putting all his efforts to fool us that he’s a regular guy. Next to him, the rest are just showoffs.
Well, it is in vain for any kid to hope that (s)he will become, someday, Superman because in fact, he’s an alien. He comes from another planet and only by chance is looking like a person.
Basically there are 3 types of superheroes:
For the first 2 types of superheroes you cannot do much about: that’s life and they are just following destiny’s orders. If they are born with superpowers or obtain those powers later on, they need to be trained not to do evil and, if it’s possible, to serve public’s interest. There is no pragmatic reason for this. It’s just a noble act. (Insert face-palm for bankers here.)
Looping back to my favorite kind of superhero: is Ironman (you’ll find him in the third category as Batman. This dark modern knight seems like is rather gadgeting his body unlike Ironman who, somehow, tends to merge with technology invented by himself. Ironman has that nuclear device in the chest that is powering his iron suit.) Oh, and by the way: while Ironman is working really hard to gain his powers, the others are just figuring out how to use them. From another point of view, Ironman is the human breed upgraded.
Let me summarize most of the reasons why Ironman is the most likable for me:
Indeed, the person Tony Stark can die any minute but I still love his grit.
Finally, the Ironman is the most plausible and achievable.
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