Can you match the superhero with their superpower?

Superheroes
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From super speed to super strength, test your knowledge of these fantastical characters.

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Marvel Universe
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Question 1 of 10 Score: 0

This Marvel superhero owns a jacket that has the same bullet-deflecting powers as his skin:

Luke Cage, played by American actor Mike Colter on the upcoming Netflix series of the same name, received his powers after exposure to a cellular-regeneration experiment. He was also wearing a jacket that became imbued with the same powers.

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Bracelets
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Question 2 of 10 Score: 0

This superhero's bracelets form an impenetrable force field when crossed together:

Wonder Woman, played by Israeli rising star Gal Gadot in the upcoming solo film, wears bracelets capable of absorbing the impact of incoming attacks. Forged from the remnants of a magical shield, the bracelets can also help Wonder Woman absorb forces from a long fall.

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Golden Apple
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Question 3 of 10 Score: 0

This superhero relies upon the Golden Apples of Idunn to extend his lifespan:

With an age estimated between 2,600 and 4,500 years old, Thor keeps himself forever young by periodically eating the magical Golden Apples of Idunn in Asgard. The Norse god, played by Australian actor Chris Hemsworth, will next appear on the silver screen in "Thor: Ragnarok."

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Spider-man
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Question 4 of 10 Score: 0

Originally, Spider-Man had all of the powers below except:

In the original Spider-Man comics, high schooler Peter Parker uses his genius-level intellect to construct mechanical web slingers. In the 2002 film, executive produced by Israeli Avi Arad, Peter Parker develops biological webbing in his wrists after a spider bite.

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fast superhero
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Question 5 of 10 Score: 0

This superhero has an invisible aura around his body that prevents his clothes from shedding at high speed:

Capable of moving at light speed, The Flash also has a protective aura around his body that helps keep his iconic costume from tearing away. Fans of this speedy superhero will next see him on the silver screen in 2017's "Justice League."

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Superhero Cloak
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Question 6 of 10 Score: 0

This superhero wields the Cloak of Levitation, which enables him to fly:

In addition to his cloak, Doctor Strange also uses a number of magical artifacts to wield benevolent magic, detect evil forces and counter evil spells. We'll also get a chance to see his martial arts skills when the "Doctor Strange" film arrives later this year.

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Omega Beams
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Question 7 of 10 Score: 0

The Omega Beam is a power belonging to this supervillain:

Darkseid, one of the most powerful DC Universe villains, uses his Omega Beams to erase living objects and organisms from existence. In the comics, the beams can also be used to resurrect the dead. Only Superman and Doomsday are known to have resistance to Omega Beams.

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Daredevil Fisk
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Question 8 of 10 Score: 0

The signature finishing move of Kingpin is a:

Kingpin, played by American actor Vincent D'Onofrio in the "Daredevil" TV series, uses his incredible strength to "bear hug" his enemies to death. He does have a soft side, however – falling in love with art curator Vanessa Marianna, played by Israeli actress Ayelet Zurer.

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Thanos
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Question 9 of 10 Score: 0

This "Guardian" superhero received her powers from the evil Thanos:

Gamora was raised and trained by Thanos to become a master assassin. Thanks to special treatments, she has enhancements in speed, strength, agility and durability.

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Spider-Man Pool
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Question 10 of 10 Score: 0

This superhero can swim at speeds up to 6,700 mph:

In addition to communicating with sea life, Aquaman can also swim at very high speeds. He's so fast, that at one point in the comics, he actually swims up Niagara Falls.

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