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Top 10 Most Popular Superheroes and Villains in Comic Books

Captain America

Not many superheroes can count Adolf Hitler as one of their villains, let alone say he punched the Führer in the face.

Green Lantern

From Hal Jordan to Jessica Cruz, plenty of characters don green lantern mantles, and they all have hands full of powerful enemies to fight.


A superhero derived from Norse mythology, Thor has battled gods and beasts of mythology to maintain his reputation as one of the strongest Avengers.


One of Marvel's superhero groups, the X-Men, have faced some of the most exciting villains in comic book history.


With the most comprehensive and well-known rogues' galleries from all literature, the Caped Crusader has truly been blessed.


Over the years Peter Parker's "amazing" quality of villains has helped maintain his popularity and status as a pop culture icon.

 Lex Luthor

The MCU has turned Marvel superheroes into household names. They have now become ingrained in popular culture.


Fear's master Scarecrow (Dr. Jonathan Crane) made his debut in 1941 in "World's Finest Comics #3".

Ra’s al Ghul

The Joker is often seen as the arch-rival of Batman, but let's assume for the sake of argument that this is not necessarily true.