Superheroes are a manifestation of our biggest fantasies. These super men and super women can fly, withstand bullets and beat the bad guys against all odds. Can you match the super power to the superhero?
Marvel Comics' Wolverine doesn't just have wicked-looking claws. He also has powerful healing abilities that help him survive major battle wounds.
Tony Stark's Iron Man suit gives him fantastic abilities, including super strength and amazing weapons. And of course, he can also zoom across the skies at mind-blowing speeds.
As you probably gathered, The Flash is the man with the super speed. His super speed even applies to his super fast thinking abilities.
Professor X is a mutant who has the gift of telepathy. His mental powers dwarf those of most heroes, and obviously, most villains, too.
Superman has a range of amazing abilities, from great strength to flying. But he also has X-ray vision that helps him protect people from bad guys.
Wonder Woman has super strength and fighting skills. But she also has her amazing, glowing Lasso of Truth, which she uses to thwart evil foes.
Luke Cage, the wrongly imprisoned superhero, has unbelievable durability even when faced with bullets and bombs. No normal human could survive these attacks.
Spider-Man, also known as Peter Parker, definitely has bug-like abilities. He can crawl across impossible surfaces like a spider. He also shoots gray spider webs right from his special suit.
Green Lantern is the super man with the Power Ring. It's no ordinary ring -- it helps the wearer focus willpower for some truly stunning super powers.
His real name is Warren Kenneth Worthington III, but he's really Archangel. He's a mutant who has huge wings that help him soar into the skies no matter how stormy it might be.
Cyclops doesn't have eyes, but don't worry, he doesn't need them. He can funnel the energy of the universe through the special lenses on his face.
Ororo Munroe, better known as Storm, wields the might of Mother Nature. When threatened, she can conjure ferocious storms to put down her enemies.
Dr. Strange is mostly just a regular dude. But his ability to cast spells makes him a force to be reckoned with.
Thor uses his magic hammer to smash enemies. The hammer, called Mjolnir, lends Thor some of his strength in combat. But Thor has other incredible powers, too, making him one of the most formidable superheroes of all time.
Deadpool has incredible healing powers. So powerful, in fact, that he can even survive head wounds and, uh, decapitation. Who needs a head, anyway?
Thanks to his mutant abilities, Havok can rein in the universe's cosmic energy and then blast his enemies. At maximum power, these blasts can virtually obliterate objects.
A chemical accident stole Matt Murdock's sight. But the same accident gave him superpowers, like the ability to detect everything that's happening around him. He's also equipped with his complete fearlessness.
Superman was one of the first celebrity superheroes. It's appropriate, then, that he had not only had amazing strength, but he was able to fly, too.
Who needs to fly when you can just bend your body into any imaginable shape? That's Plastic Man for you. He's also armed with a sharp sense of humor.
Wolverine's mutations include a very slow aging rate. This characteristic helps keep him healthy, and it also means that he's experienced many different eras compared to humans with normal lifespans.
Tarzan rarely runs into situations he can't handle on his own. But when he's outmanned, he can call upon his animal friends for help.
Thing is the rocky-looking superhero who is not only super strong but is also able to withstand injuries that would kill anyone else. Cosmic radiation exposure, it seems, isn't always a bad thing.
Few superheroes demonstrate the kind of strength of The Hulk. When the green man goes ballistic, watch out -- he doesn't always know how strong he really is.
Deadpool's healing abilities are so advanced that he's essentially immortal. He's already died several times … but he always comes back.
Batman doesn't really have any crazy super powers. What he does have, though, is a very smart brain that helps him defeat evildoers.
Blast him with bullets and bombs, Spawn didn't need those organs, anyway. His advanced healing abilities are helped by the fact that his body doesn't really rely on typical vital organs.
Silver Surfer doesn't waste his time waiting on ocean waves. Instead, he harnesses the Power Cosmic to tap into fantastic amounts of power, which he uses for all sorts of amazing purposes.
Blade is half-human and half-vampire. The vampire side is a curse in a way, but it also helps our hero track down and fight the undead.
His famous hammer is just the beginning. Thor has mind-warping powers that give him almost perfect control of time and space.
Luke Cage was part of a prison experiment with unintended consequences, like indestructible skin. This trait, of course, comes in handy when the bullets begin flying.