The creative human spirit responsible for dreaming up superheroes can also imagine what it would be like to have sex with them. Sure, superheroes don't actually exist, but the collective sex drive of humanity, and the many ways carnal desires manifest, have led almost anyone familiar with superheroes to fantasize about what it would be like to get it on with a fictional, larger-than-life character.
Obviously, comic books tend to be drawn in a way that supersexualizes many heroes with outrageous body proportions, ripped physiques and absurdly handsome and beautiful faces. As a whole, humans are relatively shallow, tending to value looks over non-superficial concerns such as personality and sexual compatibility. But that's partially what makes sex with superheroes such an alluring concept: it's all about the powers.
Most of the women and men on this list fall into comic book stereotypes of good looks, but what separates these superheroes from their counterparts are rare superpowers that would come in handy in the pursuit of fantastic sexual desires.
Yes, Rogue is a gorgeous superhero, but would you want to risk losing it all? Superman may be ripped and practically invincible but what are the true consequences of fornicating with this Kryptonian? These and other deep questions were seriously considered in compiling the following definitive rundown of the best superheroes with which to get down and dirty.
One of the more versatile superhero lovers would be Mystique, who has the power to shapeshift into many different forms. Like many of the female X-men characters, quite a few of the shapes that she takes suggest that she's a super-fit woman with supermodel looks and a bad girl attitude, further adding to her allure.
14 The Flash
At first glance, a slew of very obvious jokes disqualify The Flash as any type of sexual superhero based on his superpower of being very... quick. However, assuming that he wouldn't be a one-second man, The Flash possesses super stamina, precision and super speed, all of which can be utilized to achieve superior sexual satisfaction.
He would be able to cycle through a significant variety of positions and techniques with perfect accuracy, applying the right amount of speed and pressure without ever tiring.
The character of Storm has always been drawn in such a way as to attract the many male comic book aficionados who consider themselves her biggest fans. But when Halle Berry was picked to play Storm in Bryan Singer's first rendition of The X-Men, the actress lifted the character into a new stratosphere of sexy.
In many of the latest X-Men movies, Wolverine is portrayed by Hugh Jackson, who bulked up to play the role of this surly superhero. The comic book version of Wolverine never had the sex appeal of the Australian triple threat, who is equally likely to sing, dance and flex his way into the hearts of the audience.
His brooding, explosive demeanor suggests that he would make full use of his quick healing and regeneration superpower, which would likely allow him to endure the whims of even the most thirsty of lovers.
11 Dr. Manhattan
The Watchmen features one of the most powerful superheroes ever created, possessing the power to control pretty much everything, including much of space, time and matter. Tragically, similar to many super-genius heroes, the one topic he has difficulty understanding is the human heart.
Some people have very specific sexual quirks and fetishes that drive them completely wild, completely eclipsing other desires and forms of sexual expression. Sure, other quirks and fetishes may be fun, but they don't really cut it. For enthusiasts of bondage, in particular the Japanese art of shibari, Spider-Man would be the ultimate superhero sexual partner.
9 Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Joss Whedon turned Buffy the Vampire Slayer into one of the most popular television shows of the late 90s and the turn of the century, also launching Sarah Michelle Gellar's career as a television temptress into worldwide view. After the show finished, the adventures of Buffy continued in the form of a comic book.
8 Mr. Fantastic
Mr. Fantastic is another member of the Marvel superhero team whose superpower works well in the realm of human sexual desire. While not as versatile as other superhero lovers on this list, Mr Fantastic's ability to twist and bend his body with ease would provide his partners with an inexhaustible reservoir of pleasure.
7 Kitty Pryde
One of the more risky superpowers to play around with in the bedroom would probably be Kitty Pryde's boon that lets her pass through matter as she chooses. Kitty joined the X-Men after her mutant powers began to emerge during a series of headaches that eventually lead her to inadvertently discover her powers.
6 Green Lantern
The truth is that the Green Lantern doesn't really have a traditional superhero ability, but instead he wears a ring that gives him superpowers. While these ruminations may just be semantics, the fact is that the Green Lantern is only a superhero lover when he puts a ring on it.
5 Suzy & Jon
The only superhero whose superpower actually involves sex on this list is that of Suzie and Jon, who appear in the Sex Criminals series of comics published by Image Comics. The two heroes of the book completely halt the passage of time whenever they experience an earth-shattering orgasm, letting them experience the space-time continuum in a unique manner.
4 Mara Jade
Mara Jade is a powerful and attractive practitioner of The Force in the Star Wars universe, making herself one of the sexiest Star Wars characters in the universe. Initially, Mara Jade was sent by the Emperor to kill Luke Skywalker, but instead ended up falling in love with him, because female assassins can't help but fall in love with their male targets.
3 Jean Grey
The mind is one of the biggest erogenous zones of the human body, producing and interpreting all of the sexual stimulation experienced during the passionate haze of steamy encounters.
One of Jean Grey's superpowers involves mind control and thought alteration, providing her with the ability to trigger all of the most powerful desires that a human being may experience.
2 Power Man
Ladies love him and men want to be him: Power Man, whose real name is Luke Cage (unrelated to Nick Cage, Hollywood superstar), gained his powers when he volunteered for a scientific experiment orchestrated by Dr. Noah Burstein while in prison.
Instead of killing Luke, as the doctor intended, the experiment empowered Luke Cage with superhuman strength and endurance, turning him into Power Man.
1 Scarlet Witch
The Scarlet Witch is one of the most powerful superheroes in the Marvel universe. She once decided to get rid of all the mutants in the world simply by stating "No more mutants.” The same power to pull off this ridiculous feat allows her to recreate reality as she wishes, creating all kinds of possibilities for carnal fun and games.
Similar to Dr. Manhattan, her super powers enable her to respond to the desires of her sexual partners like few other superheroes. This includes conjuring all sorts of different scenarios ranging from romantic lovemaking vistas to hedonistic orgies that would make the Marquis De Sade look like a prude.
Sources: Marvel, WhatCulture, IGA, Dorkly, Marie Claire, Rant Lifestyle
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