Everyone has that one comic character that is extra special to them for one reason or another. Who is your favorite comic book character and why? Share yours in the comments section!

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Posted June 03, 2019

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6 thoughts on “Poll: Who is your favorite character and why?

  1. Daredevil for sure. He is a tormented soul who continually struggles with the pursuit of good versus evil. He views justice as very clear cut in a very confused world of Hell’s Kitchen.

  2. Harley Quinn but mainly for the batman animated series. I like to think I’m a huge collector of Harley. As for comics I have to go with the punisher. Even though I dont agree with how he handles things but by far my favorite comicbook character loving his war of the realms tie ins.

  3. Doctor Strange cuz magic is cool and he sports a sexier goatee than Tony Stark.

  4. Spider-Man has always been my favorite character and not just because we share the same first name, but because when I was growing up I felt Parker’s personality was similar to my own: nerdish; shy; socially awkward. However, I wasn’t bitten by a radioactive spider, so I got to live vicariously through Spidey’s exploits and character-building adventures. All of which helped me become the father, husband, teacher/librarian, that I am today.

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  • Daredevil for sure. He is a tormented soul who continually struggles with the pursuit of good versus evil. He views justice as very clear cut in a very confused world of Hell’s Kitchen.

  • Harley Quinn but mainly for the batman animated series. I like to think I’m a huge collector of Harley. As for comics I have to go with the punisher. Even though I dont agree with how he handles things but by far my favorite comicbook character loving his war of the realms tie ins.

  • Doctor Strange cuz magic is cool and he sports a sexier goatee than Tony Stark.

  • Spider-Man has always been my favorite character and not just because we share the same first name, but because when I was growing up I felt Parker’s personality was similar to my own: nerdish; shy; socially awkward. However, I wasn’t bitten by a radioactive spider, so I got to live vicariously through Spidey’s exploits and character-building adventures. All of which helped me become the father, husband, teacher/librarian, that I am today.