Can You Name All Of These Superheroes From A Single Image?

By: Andrew Katz
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Can You Name All Of These Superheroes From A Single Image?
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About This Quiz

When it comes to your favorite superheroes, you can probably rattle off their names quickly. Since the early 1930s, superheroes like Superman, Batman and Iron Man have come to life in comics, the radio and eventually on the silver screen and television. 

The famed Marvel Comics and DC Comics have morphed their comic book characters into movie superheros and villains that have filled our movie screens. However, there are plenty of superheroes to be found in other places!

Sometimes, all you have to do is turn on your television screen (or your computer.) What about those Renaissance named ninjas fighting crime in New York City? What about the fast crime scene investigator who lives in the fictional Central City? And who could forget about the brave teenager slaying vampires?

Superheroes are all the rage! Whether you're team Clark Kent or team Peter Parker, if you know your superheroes well enough, then this quiz should be a breeze! Just make sure you avoid any kryptonite while taking it. You don't want your superpower of deduction lowered for any reason!

Black Panther The hero shown in the image is _________.
War Machine
Luke Cage
The Falcon
Black Panther
Black Panther, Marvel's first black superhero to get his own comic (back in 1976) is currently starring in a comic series written by African American novelist, Ta-Nehisi Coates.

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Cyclops
Wolverine
Hugh Jackman was not the first choice to portray Wolverine in 2000's "X-Men"; Dougray Scott was. Unfortunately for him, Scott was called back to the set of "Mission: Impossible II" for pick-up shooting for his villainous role, and couldn't be released to start shooting his mutant role. Jackman has gone on to play Wolverine nine times.
Colossus
Nightcrawler

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Spider-Man Which of the following names belongs to this hero?
The Arachnid Kid
Iron Man
Miracle Man
Spider-Man
Tom Holland is actually the fourth actor to portray a live-action Spider-Man in American movies and TV. He follows Andrew Garfield (in the 2010s), Tobey Maguire (in the 2000s) and Nicholas Hammond (in the 1970s.)

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Deadpool What is this hero known as?
Deadshot
Deadpool
The spread of cancer for "Deadpool" was originally halted by an infusion from Wolverine during their Project X days. Deadpool first appeared in the early 90s.
Deathstroke
Deadman

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Flash What is this speedster's name?
The Flash
"The Flash" moniker was originally held by Jay Garrick during the Golden Age of comics. During the Silver Age, The Flash was revamped and became Barry Allen, who was followed by Wally West and then Bart Allen in the Modern Age. Currently, Barry Allen has resumed the lightning mantle.
Impulse
Kid Flash
Reverse Flash

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Superman Which member of the Justice League is this?
Wonder Man
Superboy
Martian Manhunter
Superman
2006's "Superman Returns" takes place in the Christopher Reeve continuity, established in "Superman" (1978) and followed up in "Superman II" (1980,) but not the other two films in that series: "Superman III" (1983) and "Superman IV: The Quest for Peace" (1987.)

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Hulk What is this Avenger's name?
The Abomination
She-Hulk
Mr. Sinister
The Hulk
The Hulk has changed a lot over the years. In the comics, the Hulk has been both gray and green, and both sunset and anger (in turn) have made Bruce Banner become the Hulk. Finally, he has been depicted as being not particularly smart and very eloquent, depending on the particular comic.

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Which Character from Marvel's Movie Universe Is Your Soulmate What is this God's name?
Odin
Loki
Heimdall
Thor
Originally, disabled doctor, Donald Blake, found a staff in a Norwegian cave that allowed him to turn into Asgardian Thor. This was retconned later so that Donald Blake was a fake identity that Thor's father, Odin, transformed Thor into to teach him a lesson in humility.

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Iron Man This superhero is called _____________.
Spider-Man
Iron Man
The movie "Iron Man" (2008) was the film that established the Marvel Cinematic Universe and re-established Robert Downey Jr.'s career. It received two Academy Award nominations.
Ant-Man
Captain America

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Splinter
Michaelangelo
The Nickelodeon version of Michaelangelo is the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle with nunchucks.
Shredder
The Tortoise

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Aquaman Which member of the Justice League is this?
Aquaman
Playing Aquaman gave fictional character, Vincent Chase, the money to make his passion project movie about Pablo Escobar in HBO's TV series, "Entourage."
Aqualad
Sub-Mariner
Cyborg

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Black Widow This strong character is __________?
Black Widow
Avenger Natasha Romanov is not the only person in the Marvel Universe to bear the name Black Widow. Others include Claire Voyant, a World War II hero and spirit medium; Yelena Belova, Romanov's successor; and "Petra," a Belova lookalike who believed herself to be the "real" Black Widow.
Mystique
Captain Marvel
Mockingbird

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10 Doctor Strange Which of the names belongs to the hero shown in the image?
Doctor Strange
In the Marvel Studios feature film, "Doctor Strange," Rachel McAdams plays Dr. Steven Strange's love interest, Christine Palmer. Dr. Strange himself is played by Benedict Cumberbatch, star of the British TV series, "Sherlock," in which Cumberbatch plays the title role. In the two Sherlock Holmes feature films by British director, Guy Ritchie, McAdams plays Sherlock Holmes' love interest. Everything is connected!
Zatara
Doctor Doom
Black Bolt

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Batman and Robin ABC Who is this hero and sidekick duo?
Robin Hood
Azrael
Batman & Robin
Ben Affleck is the latest actor to portray a live-action Batman on screen. Previous Batmen include Christian Bale, George Clooney, Val Kilmer, Michael Keaton, Adam West, Robert Lowery and Lewis Wilson. David Mazouz plays Bruce Wayne in the TV series, "Gotham," but, as he has yet to become Batman, he is not included in this list.
Bat-Mite

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35 Hawkeye What is this Avenger's name?
Hawkeye
There are two Marvel Comics characters with the superhero name, Hawkeye. One is Clint Barton, who made the jump to the big screen in the first "Thor" movie. The second is Kate Bishop, who started out as a member of the "Young Avengers."
Green Arrow
The Spider
Daredevil

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Profressor X What is the powerful telepath's name?
Cyclops
Hank McCoy
Christopher Pike
Professor X
Charles Xavier, aka Professor X, has an out-of-wedlock child named David, who has multiple-personality disorder, which is not a great thing to have when you're a powerful psionic mutant.

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Shazam
Shazam is actually an acronym. It stands for: S - the wisdom of Solomon, H - the strength of Hercules, A - the stamina of Atlas, Z - the power of Zeus, A - the courage of Achilles and M - the speed of Mercury. Shazam is also known as Captain Marvel.
Black Adam
Superman
Starman

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Vision This superhero is called _____________.
Vision
In comics lore, Vision was created from the remains of the original Human Torch android from the 1940s by Avengers adversary, Ultron.
Jarvis
Wonder Man
The Human Torch

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green lantern What is the name of this character?
Green Arrow
Green Lantern
There have been several Earthlings to bear the name Green Lantern, including Alan Scott, Hal Jordan, John Stewart, Guy Gardiner and Kyle Rayner. The character was created in 1940.
Green Beetle
Parallax

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Ant-Man The superhero captured in the shot is ____________.
Ant-Man
Ant-Man is the mantle worn at various times by Hank Pym, Scott Lang and Eric O'Grady. The first two made the jump to the big screen in Marvel's "Ant-Man" in 2015.
The Wasp
The Atom
Yellowjacket

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Robin This character is none other than __________.
Speedy
Bucky
Aqualad
Robin
The mantle of Robin has been worn by Dick Grayson (who became Nightwing,) Jason Todd (who became Red Hood,) Tim Drake (who became Red Robin,) Stephanie Brown (who became Spoiler) and Damian Wayne (son of the Dark Knight.)

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27 Silver Surfer The hero in the screenshot is __________.
Silver Surfer
Doug Jones played a motion capture Silver Surfer in 20th Century Fox's first "Fantastic Four" feature film series. He has also played motion capture characters such as Abe Sapien in Guillermo del Toro's feature film, "Hellboy," and Cochise in TNT's TV series, "Falling Skies."
Galactus
Waverider
Colossus

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31 Nick Fury This hero's name is ___________.
Nick Fury
Marvel's Ultimate Universe version of Nick Fury changed him from a full-head-of-haired, one-eyed white man to a bald, one-eyed black man, whose appearance was modeled on Samuel L. Jackson. Samuel L. Jackson then played Fury in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This led to the white Nick Fury in the mainstream Marvel Comics Universe having a black son, whose appearance was modeled after Samuel L. Jackson, named Nick Fury, Jr.
Deathstroke
Elvin Rage
Sam Wilson

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Captain America Who is this superhero?
Bucky
The Winter Soldier
Iron Man
Captain America
Although Captain America was created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby, a newer feature film version of the character takes a lot of its influence from Ed Brubaker's writing on the series.

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Falcon The hero shown in the image is _________.
Captain America
War Machine
Falcon
Starting in 2016, Sam Wilson, aka Falcon, is one of the Captain Americas of the new Marvel NOW! comics. The character was originally created in 1969.
Black Panther

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Hellboy Which superhero corresponds with this image?
The Hulk
Red Devil
Abe Sapien
Hellboy
"Hellboy" creator Mike Mignola co-wrote "Seeds of Destruction," Hellboy's debut story arc, with comics legend, John Byrne.

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Invisible Woman This heroine is known as ___________.
Invisible Woman
Invisible Woman (Sue Richards) is an original member of the Fantastic Four. She was created in 1961 by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby.
Wonder Woman
The Spectre
Banshee

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Wonder Woman Who is this Amazonian warrior?
Wonder Woman
Gal Gadot is the first actress to portray Wonder Woman in a live-action feature film, but there have been three other actresses to play her on television. Probably best known is Lynda Carter, star of the 1975-79 TV series. Cathy Lee Crosby played her in a 1974 TV movie, and Adrienne Palicki played her in a 2011 TV pilot.
Supergirl
Superwoman
Zatanna

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Blade The character seen here is ___________.
Buffy
Blade
At one point, Blade used a page from the "Darkhold" (featured in season four of "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.") to help him eliminate all supernatural beings.
Dracula
Nightcrawler

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Human Torch Who is this superhero?
Mr. Fantastic
Human Torch
After being transformed by the cosmic radiation into someone who could become a being of fire, Johnny Storm took on the name Human Torch, in tribute to the World War II superhero of the same name. The original Human Torch was actually not human at all, but a robot.
Firestar
The Vision

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Storm
After meeting Wolverine's ninja friend, the care-free Yukio, Storm started wearing leather and sporting a mohawk. The character first appeared in 1975.
Phoenix
Spider-Gwen
Rogue

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Mr Fantastic The name corresponding to the person in the photo is __________.
Mr. Fantastic
Mr. Fantastic's skin can reshape his body at will. As a matter of fact, nothing can penetrate his skin, unless he decides to allow it. He first appeared in The Fantastic Four in 1961.
Plastic Man
The Elongated Man
The Thing

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Hawkeye
Bullseye
Mephisto
Daredevil
Season two of Marvel's "Daredevil" is based on the antipathy that Daredevil (who beats up the bad guys but doesn't kill them) and the Punisher (who kills the bad guys) feel for each other in the comics.

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Luke Cafe The name belonging to this hero is ________.
Danny Rand
James "Rhodey" Rhodes
Sam Wilson
Luke Cage
Before Luke Cage was an Avenger, he was a "Hero for Hire." If you could raise the retainer, you could rent your own superhero.

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Jessica Jones What is this vigilante's name?
Jean Grey
Bobbi Morse
Karen Page
Jessica Jones
Jessica Jones had a crush on her fellow Midtown High School student, Peter Parker (aka the Spectacular Spider-Man.) After a car accident, Jones became a superhero in her own right, Jewel.

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Cyclops This powerful character is ___________.
One-Eyed Jack
Goldballs
Magneto
Cyclops
Cyclops' concussive eye-beams are fueled by the ambient energy around him (like sunlight.) Due to a head injury, he can't turn off the beams, so he uses his ruby-quartz eyepieces to control them.

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The Thing Which superhero corresponds with this image?
The Hulk
The Thing
The Thing and Jarvis, of the Avengers headquarters, organize poker games attended by other superheroes. He first appeared in 1961.
Rockbiter
Human Torch

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Punisher The name belonging to this hero is ________.
Punisher
The Punisher has been portrayed on the live-action screen by the likes of Dolph Lundgren, Thomas Jane, Ray Stevenson and Jon Bernthal.
Deathstroke
Deadpool
Cable

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Nightcrawler What is this hero known as?
Blue Devil
Nightcrawler
A deleted scene from the narrative feature film, "X-Men: Apocalypse," features Nightcrawler breakdancing in a mall. We don't know whether he did his own dancing or had a stunt dancer, but Kodi Smit-McPhee played this role.
Colossus
Mystique

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Beast This character is none other than __________.
The Thing
The Hulk
Nightcrawler
Beast
In addition to being a master of the biological sciences, Beast can play a mean keyboard. He was originally called, "The Beast."

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Jean Grey The name associated with this hero is __________.
Jean Grey
Jean Grey is one of the few characters in Marvel comics to die and stay dead, at least until Beast traveled back in time and brought the original X-Men to the present in all their youthfulness.
Gwen Stacy
Ororo Munroe
Rogue

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supergirl This heroine is known as ___________.
Batgirl
Wonder Woman
Superwoman
Supergirl
Supergirl has been portrayed on-screen by Helen Slater (who played Clark Kent's biological mother on TV's "Smallville" and plays Kara's adopted mother on TV's "Supergirl") in the narrative feature film "Supergirl," by Laura Vandervoort in TV's "Smallville" and by Melissa Benoist in TV's "Supergirl."

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Morpheus The hero in the screenshot is __________.
John Constantine
Starman
Morpheus
Morpheus (and creator, Neil Gaiman) returned to the comic book world with a prequel to the award-winning 1990s comic series, "The Sandman," a six-issue comic series called "The Sandman: Overture." It starts with the birth of the galaxy and ends with Morpheus' capture.
Death

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Elektra This strong warrior is __________?
Dyna Girl
Ninja Woman
Elektra
Jennifer Garner's turn as Elektra in 2003's "Daredevil" feature film led to a 2005 eponymous movie. Elektra is played by Elodie Yung in season two of Marvel's "Daredevil" TV series
Jennifer Garner

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Adventures of Captain Marvel Which of the following names belongs to this hero?
Ms. Marvel
Captain America
Captain Caveman
Captain Marvel
Captain Marvel is not only the name of Carol Danvers' superhero alter ego, but it was the name of her predecessor, a Kree who died of cancer and the former name of the DC superhero, Shazam.

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Dr. Manhattan The name associated with this hero is __________.
Silver Surfer
Superman
The Blue Meanie
Dr. Manhattan
In DC's "Rebirth" line of comics, readers discover that the Watchmen's Dr. Manhattan has something to do with the universe reboots of the prior years.

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Batgirl The name corresponding to the person in the photo is __________.
Batwoman
The Question
Batgirl
The "Batgirl" name has been used by Barbara Gordon, Cassandra Cain and Stephanie Brown. As of 2017, Barbara Gordon has resumed the mantle, while Cassandra Cain is "Orphan" and Stephanie Brown is "Spoiler."
Oracle

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Rogue
In the "X-Men" movies, Rogue is originally portrayed as a teenager who seems to have a sibling-ish relationship with Wolverine and dates Iceman. In the comics, Rogue is an adult who dates Gambit, and Jubilee is the teen with the sibling-ish relationship with Wolverine.
Storm
Phoenix
Jubilee

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37 Kitty Pryde Which of the names belongs to the hero seen in the image?
Supergirl
Jubilee
Rogue
Kitty Pryde
With some psychic prodding from Phoenix, Kitty Pryde's parents chose Xavier's school over Emma Frost and the Hellfire Club's academy after Kitty helped the X-Men defeat the Hellfire Club.

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Buffy & Angel The character seen here is ___________.
Willow
Faith
Buffy
Current comic book star Buffy the Vampire Slayer first appeared in the 1992 feature film, "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," before moving to TV in 1997, where she stayed until the middle of 2003.
Selene

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