comic book

Spider-Man

When Peter Parker gets bit by a radioactive spider on a school field trip (don’t you hate when that happens?), he develops super strength, the ability to cling to any surface, and a spidey sense. At that point, he has no choice but to build web shooters for his wrists and call himself Spider-Man.

Wolverine

Wolverine is everyone’s favorite Canadian comic book hero, usually portrayed by Hugh Jackman when he’s hugely jacked. He’s the grumpy member of the X-Men, due to the fact that he doesn’t know much more about his past than that his real name is Logan. You’ll have to supply your own adamantium skeleton on this one.

The Incredible Hulk

Bruce Banner was once a reserved physicist who got caught in the blast of a gamma bomb. Now when he’s angered, he turns into The Hulk. Though Banner often loses his cool, amazingly he never loses his pants when he transforms into his green alter ego. Unless you’re already built like The Hulk, you may want to consider enhancing your muscles with a muscle suit.

Mindy Macready

The secret identity of Hit-Girl is eleven-year-old Mindy Macready. As an infant, she was taken away by her father, who then trained her day and night to be a lethal assassin. Mindy likes Hello Kitty, Clint Eastwood, and guns.

Michonne

Michonne roams the wasteland wielding a katana and two jawless zombies. But in a world where the slightest noise will attract hordes of walking dead, her greatest strength may be the lack of lines given to her in the script.