Comic fans celebrate their favorite superheroes on National Superhero Day. Whether it’s someone from the DC side or one of the superheroes at Marvel, everyone has their own personal favorites. It’s the perfect opportunity to spot these iconic characters, with thousands of Marvel and DC fans talking about some of the most popular superheroes on Twitter.
“It’s #NationalSuperheroDay, so I’m going to present you with my favorite,” one fan tweeted, including several images of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark aka Iron Man. A fan of the Man of Steel said, “Happy #NationalSuperheroDay! He’s the first, the best and will always be my inspiration no matter what. When you know me, you know how much Superman means to me.”
Another Twitter user with a display name reading Strongest Avenger tweeted, “Happy #NationalSuperheroDay only to Captain Marvel and Captain Marvel.” To celebrate the occasion by wearing a superhero on his feet, another fan posted, “My #Batman socks are rocking for #NationalSuperheroDay. Which superhero are you rocking?”
“Happy #NationalSuperheroDay to the Greatest Superhero. Chadwick Boseman, forever,” reads another tweet, accompanied by photos of the deceased actor visiting young Black Panther fans in the hospital.
“It’s #NationalSuperHeroDay,” says someone else. “I had a Wonder Woman swimsuit that I wore all day and all night to the point that my mom had to cut to pieces because it was see-through and see-through. She was my inspiration and idol.”
A tweet reads, “Today’s #NationalSuperheroDay – whoever your favorite is, make sure to show off your fandom today! I know I probably wouldn’t live today without #GreenLantern Hal Jordan.”
And a Ryan Reynolds fan tweeted: “#NationalSuperheroDay well Deadpool isn’t a superhero but @VancityReynolds is! Thanks Ryan for all you do. Thank you for making me happy and laughing when I’m sad with your hilarious movies and interviews a real superhero. “
Marvel Studios is celebrating with a promo for Black Widow, their next superhero movie arriving this summer. Starring Scarlett Johansson in the role of the MCU, the film will be released in cinemas and on Disney + on July 9 with Premiere Access. Black Widow will also officially mark the start of the Phase Four movies on the big screen.
“It’s #NationalSuperHeroDay and Natasha Romanoff will always be our hero,” the studio said.
For their part, DC also announced the date for DC FanDome this year. In a tweet posted by the company, it was revealed that the “epic global event” will return on October 16, 2021. Last year’s event spawned tons of big DC-related news, so it will definitely be worth checking out the festivities. again this fall.
Meanwhile, recognizing National Superhero Day for many others is about honoring some of the true superheroes who go out of their way every day to help others. Whether we’re talking about comic book characters or someone you know in real life, it’s a good day to pay tribute to whoever inspires you. You can find a wide variety of different answers from people naming their favorite superheroes under the hashtag #NationalSuperheroDay on Twitter.