Superhero cities


Keystone City and Central City - Source: http://www.angelfire.com/mi2/dcuniverse/keystonecentral.html

Keystone City and Central City from “The Flash” – Source: http://www.angelfire.com/mi2/dcuniverse/keystonecentral.html

Below are listed famous superheroes from comic books, television, film, and cartoons and the primary city where they are based in or operate from. As some superheroes do not have a primary city where they perform feats of derring-do, those were not included. Any additions or corrections are most welcome.

  • Ant-Man – Los Angeles and New York City
  • Aquaman – Atlantis
  • Batgirl – Gotham City
  • Batman – Gotham City
  • Captain America – New York City
  • Cyborg – San Francisco
  • Darkwing Duck – St. Canard
  • Deadpool – Sedona, Arizona
  • Elastigirl – Metroville
  • Frozone – Metroville
  • Greatest American Hero – Los Angeles
  • Hellcat – San Francisco
  • Hercules – Brooklyn
  • Invisible Woman – New York City
  • Iron Man – Seattle
  • Mighty Mouse – Mouseville, TerryTown, and Cheeseville
  • Miss Martian – San Francisco
  • Mr. Fantastic – New York City
  • Mr. Incredible – Metroville
  • Robin – Gotham City
  • Spider-man- New York City
  • Superboy – San Francisco
  • Supergirl – National City
  • Superman – Metropolis
  • The Flash – Keystone City and Central City (twin cities located on the Kansas-Missouri border)
  • Thing – New York City
  • Thor – New York City
  • Wolverine – New York City

St. Canard from Darkwing Duck - Source: comicvine.gamespot.com

St. Canard from Darkwing Duck – Source: comicvine.gamespot.com

SOURCES: http://www.superherodb.com/characters/;en.wikipedia.org; and links provided above.

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