Top 10 Best Superheroes to Be Your Kids' Role Model

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Kids love superheroes and always dream to be one in the future, so it’s important to find the best superheroes to be their role models.

Keeping with this spirit, we have hand-picked our list of the Top 10 most important and inspiring superheroes ever created. 


Making a deal with the devil, government assassin Al Simmons was resurrected by the devil himself from a ghastly death executed by his own men with a rider: finite magical powers capable of nearly any feat imaginable which, when exhausted, will drag him back to Hell. And thus was born Spawn.  

9.Wonder Woman


Wonder Woman is a "distinctly feminist role model whose mission was to bring the Amazon ideals of love, peace, and sexual equality to a world torn by the hatred of men." 

The worlds most well known female super hero, and a member of the Justice League of America, she is a character that men lust over, and women look up to as a role model. 


Caught in the heart of a gamma bomb explosion, genius scientist Dr. Robert Bruce Banner finds himself transformed into a 7-foot, one-ton green behemoth with near-unlimited strength, rapid tissue-regenerative powers and nigh-inexhaustible stamina - that we know as the Incredible Hulk. 



The Norse God of Thunder, Thor possesses attributes including immorality, super human strength and invulnerability.  

Thor is a highly skilled and hardened warrior, having been brought up on a diet of monsters, gods, magical armies, and giant trolls. 



Wolverine represents the Pure Animal Spirit, and possesses the epitome of the most envious of animal qualities - indestructible claws. 

Wolverine is not your traditional hero, but instead a bit of rebel, willing to go to any length to get to his target and achieve his goal. 

5.Iron Man


A wealthy industrialist, Tony Stark was kidnapped by terrorists and forced to build a weapon of mass destruction, using the access he was granted to rudimentary resources he instead creates a powered metal suit to aid in his escape, only later realizing its applicability as a tool to do good for the world, and to make the world a safer place.


Clark Kent, after being rocketed from his planet Krypton, grew to adulthood on Earth to learn that this planet's yellow sun and weaker gravity gave him near-invulnerability, strength, speed, stamina, and hearing, etc.  

As Superman, he now fights the never-ending battle for truth, freedom and justice.  

3.Captain America 

A brave but scrawny soldier, Steve Rogers, volunteered as a test subject for the "Super Soldier Serum" and became a living symbol of freedom.  

Captain America stands for all that America should be: noble, strong, hard-working, just, and honest. 

2.Spider Man

The bite of an irradiated spider granted high-school student Peter Parker incredible superhuman powers. When a burglar killed his Uncle Ben, and after pondering on his uncles famous words : With great power comes great responsibility, Peter Parker vowed to use his powers for the benefit of others and their protection henceforth.  

When found lacking in ability, Spiderman made up in heart, and these factors together turned the wall-crawler into one of the most adored superheros world over.  



Batman is for many the number one superhero, because unlike others he has no special powers. Anyone could have been batman, but only he was ready to be. He honed his mind, body and spirit into a force that strikes fear into his enemies, and wrongdoers everywhere.  

Many people also identify with the dark brooding determination of Bruce Wayne, the multi-millionaire, as Batman, sworn to protect Gotham, and asking for nothing in return.

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