These characters not only overcome their physical limitations, but they use them to become even more powerful and inspiring.
A beloved mentor to young mutants, Professor X’s role as a leader of the X-Men has been crucial in the battle for the future of mutants.
The tragedy of a father’s desperation and the fusion of man and machine that resulted in Victor Stone becoming a half-man, half-machine hybrid.
A fan favorite character for his hilarious antics, fourth-wall breaking, and for his representation of those with disabilities.
When he transforms into Captain Marvel Jr., he gains incredible powers and becomes a formidable hero in his own right.
Rather than giving up on his life after injury, he rise to the occasion and learns to channel his talents in a new and exciting way.
After being rendered mute following a brutal attack by a terrorist, Jericho was forced to adapt and find new ways to use his powers.
It’s not often that we see mental health portrayed in a positive light in superhero comics, but Moon Knight’s dissociative identity disorder (DID) is actually one of his greatest assets.
The Joker may have left her paralyzed, but she refused to let it define her. Instead, she took control of her new circumstances and turned them into a superpower.
Matt Murdock’s story is a true testament to the resilience of the human spirit. Despite being dealt a devastating hand with the loss of his sight, he refused to let it define him.
He’s a brilliant inventor who doesn’t let his physical limitations hold him back from changing the world.