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Black Panther is a comic book superhero published by Marvel Comics, whose secret identity is that of T'Challa, king of Wakanda, a fictional kingdom in Africa. The character was created by writer and publisher Stan Lee and writer and illustrator Jack Kirby, appearing for the first time in Fantastic Four # 52 (July 1966) in the Silver Age of comic books. The series portrays the Black Panther as T'Challa, king and protector of Wakanda, fictional country located in Africa. In addition to possessing improved abilities achieved through an ancient Wakanda ritual, T'Challa also relies on his genial intellect, rigorous physical training, martial arts ability, access to advanced technologies and wealth to combat his enemies..
Avengers, are a group of comic book superheroes published in the United States by the publisher Marvel Comics. The group also appears in Marvel adaptations for movies, cartoons and video games.
The most well-known heroes are the original lineup of Thor, Iron Man, Wasp, Ant-Man, and Hulk, in addition to their first recruit, Captain America (introduced in the fourth edition). The team, inspired by the DC Comics Justice League, has a club mold, including Iron Man's butler, Jarvis, serving them. In the Marvel Universe, the team is traditionally the first to be called by the US government when faced with challenges of a cosmic order, and has bases in New York and an island off the American coast.
The Wonder Woman is the princess and ambassador of the Amazons of the island paradise Themyscira and daughter of the Queen of the Amazons, Hipólita. She was sent to the "world of men" to propagate peace, being the defender of truth and life in the struggle between men and the firmament, between mortals and gods. Possessing superhuman abilities and his tie of truth, she is part of the trinity of DC Comics and often acts as the balance between the extremes of Superman and Batman. He became a member of the Justice League.
Ex-military and mercenary, Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) is diagnosed with terminal cancer, but finds a possibility of cure in a sinister scientific experience. Recovered, with powers and an unusual sense of humor, he becomes Deadpool and seeks revenge against the man who destroyed his life.
Spider-Man, alter-ego by Peter Parker, is a fictional character, a superhero who appears in the American comic strips published by Marvel Comics, existing in his shared universe. Spider-Man was created by publisher / writer Stan Lee and writer / artist Steve Ditko, and his first appearance was in the anthology book Amazing Fantasy # 15 (August 1962), during the Silver Age of the comic book. Lee and Ditko conceived the character as an orphan, raised and raised by his Aunt May and Uncle Ben in New York, and as a teenager he has to deal with the normal daily struggles of his age, in addition to those he has as a masked crime fighter. To combat his enemies, the creators gave him super strength and agility, ability to adhere on most surfaces, the ability to fire spider webs through mechanisms mounted on his wrists (invented by himself, which he calls "spear-thrower" and is able to react precognitively to danger with his "spider-sense." His powers were acquired after being bitten by a radioactive spider.
X-Men is a team of superheroes from epic comic books published in the United States by Marvel Comics. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, they debuted in The X-Men # 1, published in September 1963, and initially formed by Professor X, founder of the team, Cyclops, Beast, Ice Man, Angel and Marvel Girl (Jean Gray ).
X-Men are mutants: humans who, as a result of a sudden evolutionary leap, were born with latent superhuman abilities, which usually manifest themselves at puberty. Consequently in space, in their stories, several ordinary men have an intense fear and / or distrust of the mutants (scientifically called Homo superior), who are seen by scientists in general as the new step of human evolution. Therefore, many consider them a threat to human society itself, a fact intensified by mutants who use their powers for criminal purposes.