Have Your Say: What Does Your Regional Superhero Look Like?

Associate Editor, Features; Rotterdam, The Netherlands (@ardvark23)
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Have Your Say: What Does Your Regional Superhero Look Like?
After months of terrific trailers and awful reviews, this weekend I finally saw Saric Andreasyan's Russian superhero flick Guardians (see my review). And while a lot of fun to be had with the film is about laughing AT it rather than laughing WITH it, everyone does agree that the were-bear with the minigun rules.

From a regional point of view, it's of course very fitting to have a bear be a part of Russia's very own Fantastic X-Avengers. So fitting in fact, that it makes me wonder what a stereotypically Dutch superhero would be. The Flying Windmill? Black Tulip? Doctor Clog? Man-Cheese?

There's fun to be had here, so that brings me to the question of the week: what does YOUR regional superhero look like? Point at an existing one or invent one of your own. Region doesn't have to mean "country", so if you want to mention a province, county, village or landmark, that's OK too.

So chime in, in the comments below, and HAVE YOUR SAY!
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  • Paul M

    Canada's own Captain Canuck:


  • BO

    My regional superhero is The Monster from Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein (the region being my backyard, I guess.) Not sure what The Monster’s superpower is, but he wears a badass Elvis jumpsuit.

  • jcoa2

    Flint's X-Man is Rick Snyder and his army of 6000 brain-damaged children.

  • bricriu .

    Don't forget his sometimes side-kick, The Mighty Blight!

  • Zetobelt

    Here's one superhero from Argentina.

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