Top 10 Favourite LGBT SuperHeroes, SuperVillains


10 Moondragon

Moondragon who first appeared in 1973 is associated with teams such as Infinity Watch, Defenders, Avengers and Galaxy Guardians. She is most notable in virtually every area of human accomplishment for her shaved head, superiority complex and her achievement of excellence. She is a highly skilled geneticist and engineer, accomplished starship pilot, master martial artist, and also possesses telepathic strength, despite possessing weak telekinetic capacity.

9 Shatterstar

Shatterstar is a mutant fictional superhero which appears in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first appeared in The New Mutants # 99, created by the writer Fabian Nicieza and the artist Rob Liefeld, in which he became a member of the X-Force superhero team. One of the strong characters in the comic universe is Shatterstar who first appeared in 1991, and who is associated with teams including The Cadre Alliance, X-Force, New Mutants and X-Factor Investigations. Superhuman senses and physical capabilities, rapid healing and improved intellect are among his abilities. He can produce vibratory shockwaves through his swords and create portals for teleportation.

8 Xavin

Xavin is a fictional superhero published by Marvel Comics, appearing in American comic books. The character shows up in the Runaways series. They are a training Super-Skrull, produced by author Brian K. Vaughan & artist Adrian Alphona, and made its debut in Runaways vol. # 7 # 7. Runaways member Xavin first appeared as a black man but for fellow team member Karolina Dean, a lesbian he was about to marry, he transformed himself into a black girl. Shapeshifting, elasticity, superhuman strength and endurance, invisibility, projection of force field, manipulation of air and fire are among the other forces.

7 Hulking

We first saw Superhero Hulking of Marvel Comic Universe in 2005. Hulking ‘s abilities as a leader of Young Avengers include Shapeshifting, Superhuman Strength, and Accelerated Healing Factor. The relationship between him and fellow team leader and teenage superhero Wiccan has gained widespread attentions from comic fans and has become one of the most talked about gay couples in the comic world.

6 Mikaal Tomas

DC Comics superhero Mikaal Tomas, an alien who was originally shown to be a captor of the world, later turned in defense of the human race against his war-like men. Mikaal has been shown to be a prominent gay figure, whose partner Tony died in 2010, with whom he shared 12 years of relationship.

5 Rictor

Superhero Rictor of Marvel Universe first appeared in 1987, and is affiliated with teams such as X-Factor Investigations, Purifiers, X-Factor, X-Terminators, New Mutants, Weapon, P.R.I.M.E., X-Force and X-Corporation. He is able to unleash seismic energy from his fingertips, using it to produce earthquakes, shockwaves or even move matter from the earth. Hs relationship, created by the kiss he shared with Shatterstar, is one of the comic world’s well-known gay relationships.

4 Daken

Daken is a fictional anti-hero who appears in American comic books who Marvel Comics publish. The writer Daniel Way and the artist Steve Dillon created Daken and first appeared in Wolverine: Origins # 10 Daken is Wolverine’s mutant sibling, and the deceased Itsu. By only his looks alone, Daken may spoke fear among his competitors. Brother of Wolverine and Itsu, he is a leader of Dark Avengers, Dark X-Men, Mutants Fraternity and Death Horsemen. His strength includes regenerative healing factor, retractable claws, hyper senses, extraordinary physical ability, telepathy immunity and manipulation of pheromones. In addition, he is also a great martial artist.

3 Batwoman

Maybe one of the greyest characters in comic world history, Batwoman first appeared in 1956. She is a member of the Integrated Batman Party, Female Furies and Batman. We should have the information to mention some of the forces that she is an excellent athlete, martial artist and a highly skilled detective. In addition, she has access to weapons and supplies on the bat-theme. Her sexual identity captured wide attention in the newspapers.

2 Bunker

DC Comics Bunker is a gay comic book superhero who is a member of Teen Titans and his most well-recognized strength is energy creating.

1 Northstar

Our first experience with Northstar superhero Marvel Comics occurred in 1979. He is a member of X-Men, Vault Guys, HYDRA, Alpha Flight, Secret Defenders, FLQ, White Light Alpha Squadron, and Dawn. Its power includes manipulation of superhuman strength , endurance, flight, and light. He’s one of the first fictional characters in a book released by Marvel Comics to come out as gay. His marriage to his wife Kyle Jinadu in 2012 is considered a landmark in both the comic world as well as the LGBT and queer culture.