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Superhero Film Alphabet Smashes Other Alphabets

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Not all superheros are Reed Richards, but I’m sure that most of them can at least spell right? The villains? I’m not so sure. Just in case they can’t spell, a chart was made to help them learn the alphabet. SOme of the letters are easy, others are incredibly difficult.

A is for Amazing Spiderman, B is for Batman, C is for Captain America, D is for Daredevil, E is for Electra, F is for Fantastic Four, G is for Green Lantern, H is for Hellboy, I is for Iron Man, J is for ????, K is for Kickass, L is for League Of Extraordinary Gentleman, M is for Meteor Man, N is for ????, O is for ????, P is for Punisher, Q is for Quicksilver, R is for Robocop, S is for Superman, T is for TMNT, U is for Unbreakable, V is for Venom, W is for Wasp, X is for X-Men, Y is for ????, Z is for ?????. Can someone please help us figure these other ones out?

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Superhero Film Alphabet Smashes Other Alphabets
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  • http://www.webpronews.com/author/jeremy-muncy Jeremy Muncy

    J = Jonah Hex
    N = Nick Fury
    O = Orgazmo
    W = The Watchmen
    Y = Yellowjacket

  • http://ps razgul

    J is for Joker its Heath Ledger in Brokeback Mountain? Maybe….

  • http://thelittlechair.tumblr.com Ben

    J is Indiana Jones!

  • DoubleAtotheRON

    …and Z is for Zoom.

    My only beef with this is there is no Quicksilver movie and no Yellowjacket movie. Honestly if they made movies specifically about those characters I don’t think they would do well. But, as far as I know, I can’t find a superhero/comic based movie that starts with Q or Y so I can’t blame them for filling those two letters with two random supers.

    • Xybernauts

      Quicksilver was in the X-Men Origins: Wolverine movie. He made a brief cameo as one of the mutant captives escaping the secret base located in the dam.