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Superhero Trivia Quiz Fun Facts

Uncover cool & surprising fun facts about your favorite superhero.

The X-men superhero, Wolverine, was to be named the Badger (Yeah, a rodent), set up to fight the green Hulk who was initially supposed to be grey if not for its lousy look on print. There you go, but the fun starts with our superhero trivia fun fact.


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Peter Parker's parents, Richard and Mary Parker, were spies. They did in a plane crash when Peter was six.

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Hulk was meant to be grey originally, but Stan Lee found that green looked better in newspaper print so they changed him to the color we know him by today.

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Batman has no special super powers other than courage, strength, martial arts skills, intellect, detective skills, and wealth.

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T'Challa (Black Panther) went to Oxford University and gained a PhD in physics.

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According to DC Comics historian Benjamin LeClear, Diane Prince (Wonder Woman) has been a romance writer, curator, and fast food employee, but never a taxi driver.

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Spiderman was the first teenage superhero, invented to appeal to a younger generation. Peter Parker gained his super powers as a high school student.

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As a child, Superman's ship crashed into rural Iowa, where we was found by a faming couple, the Kents, who called him Clark and raised his as their own.

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Michael Jackson tried to buy Marvel Comics in the early 1990s. According to Stan Lee, the reason was because he wanted to play Spiderman.

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Bruce Wayne had a childhood phobia of bats and so chose this animal as his symbol as a way to overcome hie fears.

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Clark Kent works as a journalist at the Daily Planet in the city of Metropolis.

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