Please find below a curated list of 351 of The Best Superhero Quotes by notable women and men. Please consider sharing with others any of the Superhero Quotes that resonate.
On the first one, X-Men: First Class, it would be James McAvoy, Nicholas Hoult and I. I’d basically inhale, there would be a red flashing light, and then the stuff at the end of the hallway would just blow up. It really felt like I could do those things, but, sadly, I can’t. It was a lot of fun; I got to play a superhero that I was familiar with since I was a kid. It doesn’t really get much better than that.
Whats great about The Avengers is that its the next step. Its not just superhero fights super-villain and superhero wins. Its about superheroes that come together and interact. Its a clash of the egos. You could do Avengers 1 without a villain, just with all these guys coming together. They could sit down and just have a discussion.
At first I was thinking of it as superheroes who happened to be teenagers. Then I realized, no, I’m writing about teenagers who happen to be superheroes. Thinking like that changed everything for me. I started approaching the stories through the characters’ core emotions, rather than leading with the superpowers.
The cool thing about Watchmen is it has this really complicated question that it asks, which is: who polices the police or who governs the government? Who does God pray to? Those are pretty deep questions but also pretty fun questions. Kind of exciting. It tries to subvert the superhero genre by giving you these big questions, moral questions. Why do you think you’re on a fun ride? Suddenly you’re like how am I supposed to feel about that?
I became a writer through drawing first and then a comic book obsession – Marvel Comics, in particular. I invented a world of superheroes starting in third grade with my classmate, Wai-Kwan Wong. In a classroom of forty kids, let’s just say there was a lot of undirected time. But this was good because I was a dreamy boy.