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Funniest, Funkiest Superhero Memes The Internet Will Never Get Over

Funniest Funkiest Superhero Memes The Internet Will Never Get Over

With the surge on popularity of superheroes, superhero memes have become just as popular. Here are a few superhero memes that will make your day.

Wolverine – Logan’s Ridiculous Crush

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We have all seen this meme over at social media. And we never get tired of it. Superhero memes based on Wolverine are a dime a dozen. But this one takes the cake. Based on a panel of the 90’s X-Men animated series, the meme shows Wolverine pinning over Jean Grey in the picture. This meme is a two parter. The second panel generally involves Wolverine looking into our very soul as Jean Grey and Scott are seen together in the background. The meme is used on people who have been recent targets of media backlash or figures of controversy.

Spider-Man – The Floor Is Lava

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Spider-Man Animated Series

The Spider-Man animated series of the Sixties left much to be desired for. Using cheap animation and even cheaper design elements, the show has since become a laughing stock in the 21st Century. There are several meme-worthy moments in the show though. In one of the episodes, Spider-Man must escape from being spotted by sticking to objects on the ceiling. This little charade looks very similar to a popular kids’ game – The Floor Is Lava. Superhero memes are getting funnier by the day.

Adam West Batman – Watch Him Run Around The Streets With A Huge Bomb

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Adam West Batman

The 1960’s Adam West Batman TV show, just like the Spider-man animated series of the same decade, had so many funny moments. In one episode, Batman saves hundreds of lives by carrying a ridiculously huge bomb in his hands and running across the street as people start screaming and scramming.  This has led to the popular  “Somedays, you just can’t get of a bomb!” GIf where the bomb in Batman’s hands is replaced with other objects. There’s also a very popular GIF based on one of these Batman superhero memes where Batman is carrying the Corona-Virus across the world.

Spider-Man: I Am You & You Are Me

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This Spider-Man twins superhero meme caught even more steam after Spider-Man: No Way Home hit the theaters. In the animated series, one of the Spider-Men is an impostor. That is Chameleon, a classic Spider-Man villain, dressed as the superhero. The meme is used extensively to drive insults to and from opposing parties in a self-depreciating manner. It is also used to denote similar things or situations. Sony recently released a live action retelling of the meme featuring Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire, and Tom Holland. It was done as part of the campaign to celebrate No Way Home’s home video release.

Captain America – Hail Hydra

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The Secret Empire arc saw Hydra using the Cosmic Cube to turn Captain America into one of their sleeper agents by rewriting reality itself. Fans did not take lightly to the fact that the superhero who made a living out of fighting Hydra ended up becoming one of them. And the memes that came forth were not kind to Marvel. Daredevil replaced Captain America in one of the most well-publicised superhero memes to say he was never blind. Deadpool said he hated chimichangas. Even Superman joined in and said he was never in love with Batman.

Batman – Slap The Boy Wonder

Batman Slapping Robin Meme
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And as far as superhero memes are concerned, none of them comes even close to the level of success “Batman Slapping Robin” enjoys. The meme is generally used to shut down useless opinions or annoying people. Batman slapping Robin has become extremely famous and is now used on a variety of topics where Batsy gets angry at the stuff Robin tells him.

Written by Bibhu Prasad Panda

With a Bachelor's in Engineering and a Master's in Marketing and Operations, Bibhu found a love for writing, working for many different websites. He joined FandomWire in July 2020 and worked his way to his current position of Content Strategist. Bibhu has been involved in operating and managing FandomWire's team of writers, diversifying into varied, exotic fields of pop culture.