Greatest Couples From Comic Book MoviesBy Vika https://pictolic.com/en/article/greatest-couples-from-comic-book-movies
Comic book couples are like real couples except, you know, the superhero angle. These are the greatest couples in comic history.
1. Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson.
While Sam Raimi's Spider-Man trilogy of the early 2000s left a lot to be desired, the romance at its core has always been pretty solid. Even when Peter was going through his very strange emo phase, Mary Jane was not going to give him up. Plus: The upside-down kiss from the first movie lives on in film history, not just comic history.
2. Tony Stark and Pepper Potts.
Pepper starts off as Tony's assistant, but we can always tell that there is more.
3. Diana Prince and Steve Trevor.
Although they were not an official couple in the film, the two were together in comics and will be in future DC films. This couple is a rare example of a woman with superpowers falling in love with a mortal man. It is always the other way around.
4. Wade Wilson and Vanessa.
He's a badly wounded mutant with insane healing powers, and she's a serious ex-prostitute - together they work magic. They also have a serious history. They also have amazing sex, which was not the case in comic book movies before Deadpool.
5. Harley Quinn and the Joker.
Our only evil duo, Harley and the Joker, are the manic Bonnie and Clyde for a new generation.
6. Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle.
They don't have much screen time, but between Bruce and Celina, a shy secretary, there is enough warmth to ignite a fire between their alter ego, Batman and Catwoman, later in the film.
7. Thor and Jane Foster.
When Thor, the mighty God of Thunder, is stripped of his powers by his father, Odin, he goes to Earth, where he meets Jane Foster, a mere mortal.
8. Scott Lang and Hope van Dyne.
Scott is immediately in love with the adorable Hope van Dyne, daughter of his mentor, in Ant-Man.
9. Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy.
In the second incarnation of the 2000s Spider, Andrew Garfield donned a web crawler costume, and his love interest was his real-life girlfriend at the time, Emma Stone, who played Gwen Stacy.
10. Bruce Wayne and Dr. Chase Meridian.
Dr. Chase takes Bruce Wayne seriously in Batman Forever. But she is more obsessed with Batman, of course, purely professional. She is a renowned psychiatrist. Bruce eventually reveals his secret identity to her, which he never does.
11. Logan and Mariko Yashida.
It is a quiet romance based on the lore of Chris Claremont and Frank Miller's original comic in the 2013 film Wolverine. The comic in which Wolverine travels to Japan, where he fights the Yakuza and falls in love, is revered by fans. And "Wolverine" tried to show this fairy tale at least to some extent.
12. Scott Summers and Jean Gray.
Gene and Cyclops are one of the classic pairs of Marvel comics. They were the firm and fundamental leaders of the X-Men. It made sense that they were together, even if it sometimes seemed like they were in a marriage of convenience. And even if Jean seemed more interested in Logan.