Comic books have a large fanbase due to which diverse comic book characters have been created but very few are more distinct from others. Here are 7 diverse comic book characters that broke the stereotypes.
1. Maya Lopez
Maya Lopez is a native American and is deaf since birth, but very few can identify this disability due to her excellent lip-reading skills.
2. America Chavez
She is also known as Miss America and also a Latin-American Lesbian. At the age of 5, she was taken to a billionaire’s private island where she had a terrible experience and got her powers but she was shocked by this experience. A family secretly adopted Chavez and told her that she was their relative but the family raised her in Santana Heights. She regained her memories after a few years but psychologists claimed she was trying to cope with the traumatic experience.
3. Kid Quick
He is Kid Flash’s alternate character from earth 11. His gender is non-binary and has a different story from Flash. Everyone respects him.
Tremor was born in India and she discovered that she could shake the earth with her powers because of using vibrations. She made new friends but this did not last long and the joy ride ended. While talking about one of her teammates, she opens up about her asexuality.
Robotman met with an accident, and his body gets destroyed. However, to save him brain is transplanted into a new robot body. His life becomes meaningless but he never gives up. Even after these messed-up situations, Robotman oaths to use his power for good.
6. Kamala Khan
She is a Pakistani-American girl and lives in New Jersey, but one day an explosion changes her life and gives her superpowers, and now she can change her body in whichever way she wants.
7. Black Panther
T’challa is the king of Wakanda and is also known as Black Panther. He is a mainstream black character in Marvel comic universe, but he has advanced weapon technology. Black Panther loses and never gives up, and becomes an excellent king and he has a lovely family.