What Superhero Is A Scorpio

Natasha Romanoff is a Scorpio because she was born on November 22, 1984. This symbol is ideal for this character. Scorpios are serious people who aren’t known for their frills. They don’t waste time and are excellent at obtaining information, something Natasha excels at as a former spy. They’re known for their ability to get to the heart of the matter, and they don’t have time for nonsense. Scorpios are one of the most powerful signs in the zodiac, and they’re a wonderful match for Black Widow. Scorpios are even identified with the colors red and black.

Is Batman a Scorpio?

Batman is perhaps the character that Scorpios can relate to the most in the entire DC world. Even though he is a hero, he has a darkness and mystery about him that makes him a terrible sight for both villains and heroes.

And, while the true Bruce is a complex guy, the persona he wants to project to the public is someone who, while really cool, is nothing like the person he really is on the inside.

What is Captain Marvel’s zodiac sign?

Captain Marvel is the essence of what an Aries is: a confident leader who is enthusiastic about following her heart and doing the right thing. She exudes a ferocious intensity and never fails to follow her intuition.

What zodiac signs are attracted to Scorpio?

A Scorpio takes a long time to fall in love. They only fall for individuals when they have gained their trust. Scorpios have a romantic affinity for five zodiac signs with whom they can devote for the rest of their lives.

Cancer, Capricorn, Taurus, Virgo, and Pisces are the top five zodiac signs compatible with a Scorpio, according to the astrologer.

What Zodiac is Thor?

The sign preceding a Scorpio (and one who is frequently the type of man who can make friends with anyone) is Libra, which ushers us into the realm of Thor.

Because Thor’s birthday is only a year away and we already know he’s thousands of years old, I took some liberties with this one. It’s also understandable because Thor is a Libra. “An expert communicator, always knowing the correct thing to say in any situation to come out as diplomatic, sensitive, and captivating,” according to Cosmopolitan.

You know what it takes to be the King of Asgard, right? You must be a skilled communicator who can manage any situation. Also, the word diplomatic is right there in the definition. As a result, making Thor a Libra is a no-brainer. My father is also a Libra, and Libra males have a tendency to always think they’re right and refuse to discuss issues, which is extremely Thor-like.

While Tony Stark embodies the greatest qualities of a Gemini man, Clint is, regrettably, the polar opposite. A Gemini man is impulsive and untrustworthy, and I wouldn’t want to tell Clint Barton anything because he’d use it against me if he had to. As seen in Avengers: Endgame, he’s also untrustworthy because he goes on a serial killer vacation.

Finally, there’s Bruce Banner, a man who has surrendered himself to his fate due to his… uh… other side.

Sagittarius males are the zodiac’s wild kid, being fun-loving, independent, and intriguing. They are often robust and athletic, as well as adventurous, gregarious, and kind. They are typically determined to experience life to the fullest. This is a straightforward shooter who speaks his opinion.

The concept that they are the “wild child” of the zodiac is intriguing. That, together with the idea of Bruce Banner being pleasant and honest, shouts Bruce Banner to me. “You don’t want to make a Sagittarius guy mad,” is all it needs to say, and I think it’d fit Dr. Banner perfectly.

Wanda Maximoff, because it’s Capricorn season, and I assume she is a Capricorn.

I’m sure there are even more characters who fit into their signs well if you look at the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s vast lore. T’Challa, for example, is said to be an August baby, and I wouldn’t be surprised if he turned out to be a Leo. Same concepts, different cat.

Do you have a favorite Avenger character? Do you know what their astrological sign is? Let us know what you learned from your investigation in the comments section below!

JLWWSM asks:

In the DC Universe, one of the recurring themes of magic is that it often comes at a terrible cost. And probably no one is more casual about the price of vast mystic power than the old sorcerer Felix Faust. Irresponsible? Undoubtedly. Faust’s lack of discretion, on the other hand, is what makes him as harmful to others as he is to himself.

Perhaps the best place to begin with Felix Faust is at the beginning, with his debut in ‘Justice League of America’ #10. In this story, Faust uses sorcery to trick the Justice League into gathering the artifacts needed to summon the powerful Demons Three into the mortal realm. Despite his mastery over the League’s bodies, Faust was unable to control the mental powers of Martian Manhunter and Aquaman, which led to his demise – the first of many mistakes in his numerous master plans.

After that, you might want to check out the ‘Outsiders’ series from 1993, which features Felix Faust’s son, Sebastian. We find that Felix Faust traded the soul of his own kid for boundless power in the most personal tragedy/comedy in Faust’s long history of plans gone awry. However, due to a flaw in the deal, Faust’s son, rather than Faust himself, was given authority. The series revolves around Sebastian’s unresolved issues with his father as a result of this misunderstanding.

The most epic of Felix Faust’s stories appears in the ’52’ limited series, in which Ralph Dibny travels to Hell and uses Faust’s terrifying life story as a warning about the power he seeks for his own goals. However, as Ralph’s decline and desperation deepens, Faust’s influence throws a gloomy shadow over his life’s events. In ‘Black Adam: The Dark Age,’ Felix Faust’s narrative continues from ’52,’ when he encounters another desperate soul looking for a bargain.

However, if you want to see a more modern version of the character, go back to ‘Justice League Dark’ #9. Who better to oppose the mystically focused Justice League Dark than Felix Faust, who was one of the Silver Age Justice League’s first foes? In his pursuit for power at any cost, this incarnation of Faust is equally as desperate as the others. But, unlike his costly error in ‘Outsiders,’ Felix Faust of ‘Justice League Dark’ has mastered the technique of transferring the cost of magic to those around him. Can Constantine, Zatanna, and the rest of the squad prevent Faust from achieving ultimate power, or will they merely serve as stepping stones to his sinister goal? To discover out, you’ll have to read the entire series.

superherowade asks:

I have a few inquiries concerning Kandor this week. Is there any evidence that the diminished Kryptonian city has ever been restored to its original size, either in comics or elsewhere? If that’s the case, what was the key to getting things back to normal?”

The bottled city of Kandor has stood in the Fortress of Solitude as a physical symbol of hope for much of Superman’s career. A dilemma that, if addressed, might pave the way for the full return of Kryptonian culture to the cosmos. It symbolizes the possibility of reversing even the worst of misfortunes in the future. It’s understandable that authors would want to carry this tale through to a joyful ending; after all, Superman is all about overcoming the seemingly impossible. There have been four times in DC history when the old capital of Krypton has been restored to its full size and splendor:

1) ‘Superman’ #338, ‘Superman’ #339, ‘Superman’ #339, “Allow My People to Grow!” — (1978) DC and writer Len Wein honored Superman’s 40th birthday in style with this special jubilee issue, which featured an embiggening of Kandor itself. In this issue, Superman and Supergirl, the final survivors of Krypton, use an active supernova to fuel an enlarging ray that will restore Kandor to its previous size. Unfortunately for the Kandorians, the ray’s effects are only irreversible on organic matter, requiring them to reconstruct their society from the ground up. The people of Kandor go on to colonize the planet Rokyn, which figures several times in the Legion of Super-Heroes’ adventures in the 30th century.

2) ‘Superman: New Krypton,’ released in 2008 — After ‘CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS,’ Superman’s position as the last survivor of Krypton was restored, removing cousins and miniature towns from his entourage. The tiny Kryptonian city reappears after a long hiatus in the 2008 “Superman: Brainiac” storyline, as part of Brainiac’s collection. This version of Kandor is kept tiny by an energy field, which is shattered in the climactic confrontation between Superman and Brainiac, restoring the inhabitants of Kandor and their city to full size. Much of the late-2000s Superman comics deal with the consequences of this new development, culminating in 2010’s ‘War of the Supermen.’

3) “Batman: The Dark Knight Returns” (2001) — I don’t know about you, but the first idea that came to me when I heard that one of Superman’s most difficult issues was finding out how to re-enlarge a little city was, “Why don’t you call the Atom?” says the narrator. After all, if the Atom could construct a belt that could change his size at will, he could undoubtedly assist in the development of equivalent technology for Kandor’s citizens. That, it turns out, is exactly what happens in Frank Miller’s ‘Dark Knight’ epic. Lex Luthor is able to influence Superman by holding Kandor as a captive in this dark future of the DC Universe. However, when Supergirl, posing as Luthor’s pawn, slips the Atom into the bottled city in order to free it from his evil control, the deadly status quo is disrupted. In Miller’s follow-up story, ‘The Dark Knight III: The Master Race,’ this turn of events would have unintended effects of its own.

4) ‘Super Heroes: Message in a Bottle’ (2007) — A thousand years after Kandor’s kidnapping, Legion of Super-Heroes member Brainiac 5 repays a debt to Superboy by restoring Kandor on a reformed planet Krypton using his ancestor’s technology. Unfortunately, in order to protect the timeline, Brainiac 5 is forced to erase Superboy’s memory of this action, preventing him from learning the fate of the Kandorian people he failed to save in his own time. No one ever claimed that becoming a Legionnaire was simple.

David Gallaher asks:

David Gallaher, writer of ‘Convergence: Green Lantern Corps,’ poses an excellent question. Official dates are rarely, if ever, fixed down inside the DC Universe’s timeline due to the ephemeral nature of the DC Universe’s timeline. However, there is one excellent published resource to which we can turn when choosing when to commemorate a DC character’s birthday: the 1976 “Super DC Calendar.” This Bronze Age artifact also included the birthdays of nearly every prominent DC figure at the time, in addition to ordinary festivals. We can deduce the astrological signs of not only Aquaman, but a substantial section of the DC Universe, using data from this old, sacred source. Below is a list of characters that can be found beneath each star sign. (Of course, Aquaman is an Aquarius.)

When it comes to the DC Universe’s mysteries, though, you don’t have to turn to the sky for answers. I will continue to be available to you every week to answer your concerns and problems. All you have to do now, my friends, is ASK…THE QUESTION.

What is Harley Quinn’s birthday?

Harleen Frances Quinzel was born in Gotham City on July 20, 1990. Harley’s family was primarily chaotic, with her drunken father often attempting to abandon her, despite the fact that she always managed to return home. He sent her to a nun-run orphanage at some time during her childhood, where her attitude got her into problems over and over again, to the point when Harley smashed a nun with an oar.

Harley became renowned as a model student in high school, attaining good grades as well as intense gymnastics training. She received a full scholarship at Gotham City University for her undergraduate degree, where she studied in Psychiatry and was supervised by Dr. Odin Markus. She was believed to have had at least one boyfriend named Guy Kopski and had multiple heartbreaks there.

Harley had a reputation for courting controversy while writing her thesis. The focus of Harley’s thesis was on the circumstances in which a person would break the rules of society. According to her thesis, a person would only do such a thing in one of two situations: 1) when committing a crime, or 2) when they are in love. Dr. Markus was then presented with a method through which this idea may be tested. She’d use herself and her partner Guy as test subjects, exploiting and putting their relationship to the test.

Harley made up a tale to tell her lover Guy during the test. She admitted to him that after blackmailing and maybe shooting Dr. Markus, she had driven through a red light in a stolen car. Guy was then questioned if he still loved her. Guy’s psyche eventually shattered under the strain. Harley later discovered him smiling in a gymnasium, where he had mistaken a homeless guy for Dr. Markus and shot and murdered him. He then begged Harley to assist him in taking his own life. Guy was shot and killed, but the extent of Harley’s role in the shooting was unknown.

Dr. Markus had interfered with the test in some way, but Harley was unaware of this at the time, instead opting to blame the results on random randomness.

What zodiac signs are the Disney villains?

Only an Aries villain would be so enamored with the color red that she has her team paint over the white roses to create a complete crimson experience for her. The Queen of Hearts is the embodiment of ram energy. She has a short fuse, makes rash decisions (“Off with their heads!”), and has a belligerent, reactive demeanor. Aries hums with youthful vibrancy as the zodiac’s newborns. That equates to unexpected tantrums for a villain like the Queen of Hearts. Aries also rules the head, which is the physical part you’re most likely to lose while you’re near her.

What zodiac is Harley Quinn?

Clare: We’ve discussed how different incarnations and versions of figures frequently have different signs previously on Star Signs. But, no matter what, some characters have an astrological true north, and Harley Quinn is one of them. Harley may be described as the quintessential Gemini. Eh, eh, eh, eh, eh,

Sara: No one likes puns like a Gemini, so you’ve paid enough homage to the Gemini Queen.

Clare: Birds of Prey introduces us to a Harley that I affectionately refer to as “a garbage goblin.” She’s intelligent, to be sure—she occasionally drops psychological quips from her Ph.D. days—but healing from her breakup and attempting to break out on her own weakens her already weakened impulse control, leading to self-tattooing, exotic pet purchasing, and even more violence. Harley is a Chaos Gemini, and Geminis operate as quickly as their ruling planet, Mercury, predicts. As a result, she’s sprinting twice as fast. Harley spends a lot of the movie trying to keep ahead of the consequences of her own terrible mistakes (ugh, relatable), and she does that (more or less) by thinking swiftly on her feet. And making even more poor choices that turn out to be fine!

Sara: This is the most Gemini arc that can be made. Prince in Purple Rain is the only arc that comes close to matching this degree of pure Gemini fire. Every aspect of Harley Quinn is triumphant Gemini greatness, and we are driven to be here for it. From the wonderful clothes to the great monologuing abilities, every aspect of Harley Quinn is triumphant Gemini brilliance, and we are compelled to be here for it.