Black Superheroes

Aaliyah Bishop
Aegis
Amazing man 1
Amazing Man 2
Anarchist
Angel Salvadore
Adara
Aqualad
Azrael
Azari
Azzari
Battalion
Battlestar
Batwing
Becka Munroe
Jessie Bedlam
Bishop
Black Light
K’shamba
T’challa
Black Racer
Blade
Bloodstorm
Blue Marvel
Blur
Brown Bomber
Bulletproof
Bumblebee
Cardiac
Kasper Cole
Cecilia Reyes
Christian Cord
Christine Cord
Cloak
Computo
Cyrax
Darwin
Debrii
DMZ
Bandit
Drew McIntosh
Eden Fesi
Empress
D-struct
Falcon
Firestorm
Flashback
Flint
Frenzy
Freedom Beast
Frostbite
Gabe Jones
Gateway
Gorilla Girl
Greystone
Hardware
Superman
Hotshot
Invisible Kid
Icon
Isiah Bradley
Jack in the Box
Jack in the Box 2
J.J Thunder
Jet
Jade
Green Lantern
Josiah-x
Kid Quantum 1
Lucius Hammer
Lightning
Luke Cage
Amazing Man 3
Midnight’s Fire
Miles Morales
Kid Quantum 2
Mister Miracle
Monet St. Croix
Mister Terrific
Nick Fury
M-Twins
Night Thrasher
Nocturne
Nubia
Omni
Onyx
Panther
Orpheus
Patriot
Photon
Power Man
Rage
Noir
Rapture
witchblade
Rocket
Sentinel
Serge
Shadowhawk
Shard
Shuri
Slick
Spawn
Static
Sky Panther
Storm
Synch
T’chaka
T’chana
Tech-9
Tempest
Thunder
Titan
Torrent
Tyroc
Tyrone Cash
Unknown Soldier
Vibraxas
Vigilance
Vixen
Vox
War Machine
Windshear
Derek Morgan
Zawavari
Max Cooper
Cestro
Aisha Campbel
Will
Tanya Sloan
Jack
Joel Rawlings
Scott Trueman
Ethan James
Katie
Damon
T.J
Kevin
Batman
Syan
Green Arrow
Brother Voodoo 1
Daniel Drumm
Papa Jambo
Papa Legba
Dreadlocks
Fade
M. Guardian
Dr.Voodoo
Nighthawk
EarthStrike
Rocket 2
Maquerade
Buckwild
Payback
Bling
Cipher
Starboy
Prowler
Prodigy
Zack
Starlight
Tia
Thunder Fall
Misty Knight
Steel
Sunspot
Witchblade-JV
Kaboomerang
Tag
Skitter
Snowfall
Cyborg
Oya
Kadee
Technique
Burnum
Strafe
Black Lightning
Ciaran McCoy
Miguel McCoy
Black Badge
Francesca
Seraph
Uzan
Freight Train
The Ant
Dawnfire
Bronze Tiger
Chapel
Kendra
Nightwatch
Lightning
Rona
Voodoo
Sineya
Tattooed Man
Alex Wilder
Shadowman
Marcus Johnston
Meteor Man
Hancock
Maggott
Wise Son
Blankman
Yrial
Brotherman
Gambit
Roadblock
Braid
King Namor
Triathlon
Ari
Lightbright
Stormpheonix
Black Vulcan
Storm’s Gran
Whip Snap
Johnny
Ladyhawk
Prince Acroyer
Ryder
Fat Momma
Fat Momma
Ashake
Valeria Fen
Staff
Malcolm Dragon
Bloodwynd
Erin Mckenzie
Pres-Superman
Razorwire
Michonne
Diety
Choc-Thunder
Black Spider
Catspaw
Spike
Brown Hornet
Janelle
Green Thumb
Fred
Regal
Nikki
Revenant
Voodoochild
Cap-Africa
White Tiger
Magician
Yawara
Quantum
Nighteyes
Turbine
Crimson Avenger
Goliath
Dr. Mist
Faida
T’charra
MANTIS
Thunderbolt
Maxam
Inkosi
Hawkgirl
Man-Eater
Centennial
Sigurd
Gunn
Velena
Charcoal
Catwoman
Fin
White Tiger
Witchblade
Rite
Charlotte
Shadowman
Amazon
Darkwing
Mike LeRoi
Ghost Rider
Ghost Rider
Josiah
Josiah
Okoye
Okoye
Earth Sentry
Earth Sentry
Warhawk
Warhawk
Sasquatch
Sasquatch
Coal Tiger
Coal Tiger
Cleopatra
Cleopatra
Spectre
Spectre
Power Fist
Power Fist
Anaykah
Anaykah
Malik
Malik
Waller
Waller
Crush
Crush
Xero
Xero
Dawn
Dawn
Jakita
Jakita
Christopher
Christopher
Miranda Mercury
Miranda Mercury
Pirouette
Pirouette
Medea
Medea
Washington
Washington
Adam
Adam
Alyssa
Alyssa
Captain Universe
Captain Universe
Destiny Ajaye
Destiny Ajaye
Wildstreak
Wildstreak
will-power-3
Will Power
XS
XS
Shift
Shift
Pantha
Pantha
THUNDER
THUNDER
Neurotap
Neurotap
Hotwing
Hotwing
Ainet
Ainet
Luke Fox
Luke Fox
All Mother
All Mother
Iceberg
Iceberg
Coal Tiger
Coal Tiger
Silhouette
Silhouette
Cap-Confederacy
Cap-Confederacy
Waso
Waso
Cloak & Dagger (Ult)
Cloak&Dagger (Ult)
Omdar
Omdar
Black Panther (Ult)
(Ult) BP
Aisha
Aisha
Falcon (Ult)
Falcon (Ult)
Blackwing
Blackwing
Kam
Kam
Stormpanther Twins
Panther Twins
T'chaka
T’chaka
T'wari
T’wari
Chanda
Chanda
Maximum
Maximum
Ava Ayala
Ava Ayala
Dusu
Dusu
Gauntlet
Gauntlet
Jaycen Wise
Jaycen Wise
Midnight Tiger
Midnight Tiger
Deathok
Deathok
Venus Dee Milo
Venus Dee Milo
Smiling Tiger
Smiling Tiger
Shout Out
Shout Out
Pathway
Pathway
Norris
Norris
Murmur
Murmur
Animalia
Animalia
Miya
Miya
Marius
Marius
Livewire
Livewire
Josiah Power
Josiah Power
Hub
Hub
Hero Cruz
Hero Cruz
Goblyn
Goblyn
Big Thunder
Big Thunder
Flash (Beyond)
Flash (Beyond)
Wolvie & Storm's son
Wolvie & Storm’s son
Megaforce Blue
Megaforce Blue
Anahita
Anahita
Blocks
Blocks
Cyan
Cyan
Bull
Bull
Heimdall
Heimdall
Asha
Asha
Shadowman-Leroy
Shadowman-Leroy
Kymera
Kymera
Orora
Orora
Perp
Perp
Quincredible
Quincredible
Rosalyn
Rosalyn
Shakespeare
Shakespeare
Short Order
Short Order
Atomus
Atomus
Skyman
Skyman
Spider-Woman
Spider-Woman
Val
Val
Wargod
Wargod
Valkyra
Valkyra

45 thoughts on “Black Superheroes

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  • March 30, 2013 at 12:41 am
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    Wow! I like the line up! Respect for putting this together..

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  • August 1, 2013 at 2:58 pm
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    THIS. IS. AMAZING.

    Wow, I’m floored you came up with this list. Insanely impressive.

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  • October 8, 2013 at 8:49 pm
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    This is an amazing list! I’ve been trying to find something like this for what seems like ages. Thank you.

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  • December 20, 2013 at 12:27 am
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    Impressive list; Never knew it was that long. I’ve been making up superheroes since grade school, and I have my group, along with villains and a nice metropolis in which they fight crime. But this is a most impressive list. I never knew that there were so many. I will have to do a lot of reading of your list! Excellent work!

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    • April 4, 2014 at 11:11 pm
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      Thanks Sam! You’ll be here for quite awhile if you plan to read them all πŸ˜›

      Glad to have you!

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  • December 20, 2013 at 8:13 pm
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    Thank you so much. I have been looking for a list like this for a long time. This will help with tracking down collectibles.

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  • January 3, 2014 at 3:36 pm
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    We have a good variety of superheroes. We just need to give them a platform for a regular showcase. To do that, we need to control our own media source.

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  • May 13, 2014 at 1:19 am
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    I didn’t see Mr. Terrific or Black Lightning anywhere on that list, I may have missed them but in case I didn’t you should definitely add them!

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  • May 15, 2014 at 4:22 am
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    I meant if they are actually in mainstream media and aren’t fan made. Sorry I didn’t clarify.

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    • May 15, 2014 at 4:36 am
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      None are fan made. All have graced the interiors of comic books both mainstream and indy.

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    • June 4, 2015 at 7:59 pm
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      Black Panther and Misty Knight are my favorite mainstream black superheroes and Midnight Tiger is easily my favorite Indy black Superhero! πŸ™‚

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  • May 22, 2014 at 2:46 am
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    Wow!!!!!! This is MAGNIFICENT!!! I thought I NEEEEVVVVVEEEERRRRR would see a roster of BLACK Superheroes of this magnitude. I just wish that you guys would be BLESSED & FAVORED by GOD ALMIGHTY to SOMEHOW get the attention of major Hollywood execs to script and produce full-length, top-level, mainstream major motion pictures/television series about these brothers and sisters. Move over MARVEL!! Move over DC Comics!! Move over Captain America!!! Move over Incredible Hulk!!! Move over Spiderman!! Move over Thor!!! Mover over Superman!! Move over Batman!!! Move over Wonder Woman!!!! Here comes the real Saviors of the Universe!!! As a young black man, this would be a dream come true to see these heroes fleshed out on the big and small screens. Let’s tell their stories and make little white kids root for “our” heroes instead of the other way around for a change. Get my drift? Just make sure that if/when you make live-action movies, that you all get the right actors and actresses to portray them masterfully on the screen. Another word of advice: ASSUME TOTAL CONTROL OVER YOUR PRODUCT. IT IS YOUR CREATION – NOT “THEIRS”!!! But first you have to masterfully build up mainstream public interest with cartoons, comic books, magazines, video games, etc. GET THEM KNOWN TO THE AMERICAN PUBLIC. MAKE THEM POPULAR TO ASIANS, AFRICANS, MEXICANS, ALL OVER EUROPE AND ELSEWHERE. You guys have a lot of crucial work ahead of you. Make me happy!!! Get it on!!!!

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  • June 2, 2014 at 5:04 pm
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    its alway a pleasure to know we as a people have a contributing vote and right as a beautiful bk people in the car toon animation industy

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  • July 17, 2014 at 1:20 pm
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    What kind of shit is thst tyo have a BLACK WOMAN named Cap-Confederacy?????? And to put her in a a fucking confed suit is almost saying black pepole stood for that shit. They might have made niggas fight, that ain’t shit to be proud of. Whoever made it should be shot n the head!!!!!!!

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  • August 7, 2014 at 6:42 pm
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    I am blown away by this list. I knew of some but never imagined there enough were so many. I have some reading to do. I hope to one day have my own superhero on this list. Thank you so much you have enough made my year

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  • September 5, 2014 at 6:28 am
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    I’m also blown away by this list. I knew of some but never imagined there enough were so many. Where can I find them? Are they in comic books?

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  • October 5, 2014 at 9:36 pm
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    This is a great list. Thanks. I only miss the Magus from Jim Starlin’s Warlock. And somewhere in a box I have the first 3 editions of Marvel’s Black Goliath.

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  • October 18, 2014 at 4:12 pm
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    Just stumbled across your site and glad that l did. This was an amazing list and very emotional for me to see that we had such a huge catalog of heroes & villains that look like us. l just wish we had our own media sources to push these characters and make them major success as they should be. l hope some day to accomplish that goal with my own work of art. Thank You very much for this. Will definitely make your site one of my stops when l’m online.

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  • December 1, 2014 at 1:27 am
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    This list of black superheroes is awesome. Thank you thank you THANK YOU for posting! I was talking to my husband, trying to figure out who the black superheroes were. I only knew of a handful. My knowledge about them was woefully small. This is great information. I showed my husband this list as well. Keep up the good work!

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