Explore the multifaceted narratives and legendary exploits of these ‘W’ superheroes, who have captivated the imaginations of comic enthusiasts for generations.
Wonder Woman, a timeless icon in the DC Universe, embodies strength, compassion, and equality. Created by William Moulton Marston in 1941.
Next on our list is Wolverine, aka Logan, is a mutant possessing animal-keen senses, enhanced physical capabilities, and a healing factor allowing him to recover from any wound.
Co-created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1963, the Wasp, or Janet van Dyne, is a founding member of the Avengers.
West, a significant character in DC Comics, exemplifies speed, hope, and legacy. Created by John Broome and Carmine Infantino in 1959.
Created by David Michelinie and Bob Layton in 1979, War Machine, also known as James “Rhodey” Rhodes, is a close ally of Tony Stark (Iron Man).
Wonder Girl has had multiple identities, the most notable being Donna Troy and Cassandra Sandsmark. Created by Bob Haney and Bruno Premiani, Donna Troy first appeared in 1965.
The superhero is the alter ego of Ted Grant, a world-class boxer who dons the Wildcat persona to clear his name after being framed for murder.
The moniker “White Tiger” has been assumed by several characters, with Hector Ayala being the first, created by Bill Mantlo and George Pérez in 1975.
The character, primarily Sara Pezzini, a New York City detective, wields the Witchblade, a sentient gauntlet that bestows its bearer with formidable powers and weaponry but demands moral integrity in return.
A prominent member of the Young Avengers, Wiccan’s narrative explores his relationship with his powers, his heritage as the reincarnated son of Scarlet Witch and Vision, and his romantic relationship with fellow teammate, Hulkling.