- You probably assume characters like Spider-Man and Captain America have the most comic book appearances, but seeing Judge Dredd higher than Aquaman might surprise even the most hardcore comic book fans. Several popular supervillains, like the Joker and Lex Luthor, have also appeared thousands of times in comic book history.
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Batman: Appeared in 14358 issues Superman: Appeared in 13164 issues Wolverine: Appeared in 12912 issues Spider-man: Appeared in 12164 issues Captain America: Appeared in 9139 issues Cyclops: Appeared in 8967 issues Iron Man: Appeared in 8697 issues Storm: Appeared in 7777 issues Beast: Appeared in ...
Jun 14, 2019 · From Batman to Atom, the 100 most published superheroes are ranked by number of comic book appearances. You probably assume characters like Spider-Man and Captain America have the most comic book appearances, but seeing Judge Dredd higher than Aquaman might surprise even the most hardcore comic book fans.
Mar 18, 2019 · Evans has most famously plays Captain America in the MCU (which might put him at the top of most appearances in films based on comics), but he’s been gaining comic book clout long before, and continues to do so.
Jun 19, 2013 · I don't think Jackson has caught up with Jackman yet for the recurring role, Evans has more true comic book roles, and Stan Lee certainly has the most cameos. Jackson's movie credits are impressive, but I don't think he actually beats any of the other actors here (yet). – Bradd Szonye Dec 9 '13 at 9:52
The most impressive list. #1 Wolverine cos he takes the top spot with a 4k lead. #2 Storm because despite of first appearing in 1975, her figures beat (except Cyclops) the original xmen characters...
- Marvel Comics #1 (1939) – $859,000. The most valuable Marvel title is also the third most valuable comic book in the world, behind the first appearance of Superman in Action Comics #1 and the first appearance of Batman in Detective Comics #27.
- Captain America Comics #1 (1941) – $629,000. Though Pep Comics' American flag rocking superhero The Shield predates Cap by over a year, Captain America became THE patriotic hero for the ages.
- Marvel Mystery Comics 128 Page Issue Variant Edition (1942) – $482,000. Often, a variant issue will fetch more moolah than the original it’s based upon.
- Amazing Fantasy #15 (1962) – $405,000. It’s somewhat surprising that this issue is only the 12 highest valued comic on Nostomania’s list. (It’s also surprising that The Amazing Spider-Man #1 isn’t higher than the 42nd most valuable book ever, considering that series is the world’s most collected.)
Jan 19, 2017 · 16 WOLVERINE. Being the best he is at what he does, the most obviously bloodthirsty hero is Marvel's one and only Wolverine. He first appeared in "Incredible Hulk" #180, bearing his claws and boldly snarling at the Hulk, so a little violent streak was to be expected.
- Supergirl - Kara Danvers. The newest superhero in The CW family is Supergirl, who's making the flight over from CBS starting this upcoming season. This is a big move that changes things across the Arrowverse, as the introduction of not one, but two Kryptonians will no doubt affect the rest of our favorite heroes.
- Martian Manhunter - J’onn J’onzz. J’onn J’onzz, better known as the Martian Manhunter is one of DC’s most powerful superheroes, even rivaling Superman in terms of raw power.
- Hawkman & Hawkgirl - Carter Hall & Kendra Saunders. This Golden Age superhero pairing has been locked in a state of reincarnation since their origins in ancient Egypt.
- White Canary - Sara Lance. The character of Sara Lance is an original character created specifically for Arrow. Still, much like the other characters that appear on these types of comic book-inspired TV shows, while she has no direct equivalent within the source material, she does share some similarities to a few others.
Aug 09, 2017 · We’ve compiled a list of comic book heroes and villains who own their horrifying scars with pride, and that truly complete their look. It includes fan favorites, one-time appearances and legendary characters that are nearly as famous as the books they starred in. There’ll be villains you might expect, and some you might not.
Apr 28, 2017 · It has been proven in the short-lived “Witchblade” TV series and more recent comics that the character of Sara Pezzini can wield the Witchblade without losing her clothes. Unfortunately, most of the comic book version of the character has never really had this as an option. Eventually, without fail, Sara finds herself in a state of undress.