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Agent J (Hawky)
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PostSubject: Top 20 Comic Heroes (Part 1)   Tue Oct 09, 2012 10:53 pm

Top 20 Comic Book Heroes Part 1

20 – Black Panther
T'Challa was to become the first Black super hero, way before the likes of Luke Cage and DC’s Green Lantern John Stewart. T'Challa came from the Panther Tribe in Africa and the title Black Panther is the ceremonial name given to the tribe leader. T'Challa fell in love with an orphaned teenager called Ororo Munroe, who would later become the X-Men great, Storm. I have picked Black Panther for this list because he was the first of his kind and one of the original Avengers, even though his first appearance was with the Fantastic 4 in 1966.

19 – The Punisher
In the early 70’s, The Punisher appeared in Spiderman comics as a vigilante – an ex-Marine avenging his murdered family. Driven by the deaths of his wife and two children, he employs murder, kidnapping, extortion, threats of violence, and torture in his war on crime. The Punisher's brutal nature and willingness to kill made this Anti-Hero and his comics a very dark place to be.

18 – Green Arrow
I have to mention Oliver as he is one of those B-List heroes that is always around but no one really loves, like Hawkeye, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter etc. But what lifts Oliver above these guys is his Left-Wing/Robin Hood-esque that was originally given to him in the 70’s. His bit part in the Dark Knight Rises comic series showed that, with Oliver still happy to try and get on over on “The Man”. Glad he has been given a TV show and if a Justice League ever happens, he has to be in it.

17 – Tank Girl
The next Anti-Hero on this list, she is rude, dirty (Un-washed type), scruffy, booze-hounding, kangaroo loving, military vehicle riding (mad max style) grot bag. But you can’t help but love her. She was the star of Deadline comics in the 90’s and during that time, no other female hero could or dared touch her.

16 – Cyclops
Being the leader of the X-Men I had to include him, if he wasn’t I’m not sure he would make to top 40. Very one dimensional, all American hero, but….. Without Cyclops, Wolverine wouldn’t work. It’s the great thing Marvel and DC do very well, the “Ying and Yang”. The need each other to work off each other and to make the best Anti-Hero Wolverine the superstar hi is today.

15-11 to follow...........

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