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21 Superheroes Who Wear Glasses

21 Superheroes Who Wear Glasses

Have you ever wanted to look and feel like a superhero? Superheroes are known for their unique set of extraordinary abilities and superhuman powers. Aiming to secure a better world for all of humanity, they use these powers to fight crime and protect the public from evil villains; and they do this all while sporting legendary, iconic fashion.

When it comes to fashion, superheroes combine various articles of clothing and accessories to bring their character to life. From colorful capes and coordinating jumpsuits to powered exoskeletons and cybernetic helmets, their outfits make a unique statement and create their identity. In some cases, superheroes even pair both stylish and functional eyewear to enhance their powers, abilities, and their appearance.

Famous Superheroes and Their Specs

We’ve put together a list of famous superheroes and their iconic glasses. And, to help you achieve a superhero look, we’ve paired their legendary specs with products you can buy directly from ReadingGlasses.com!

Superman | Clark Kent

Photo: DC Comics

Faster than a speeding bullet and more powerful than a locomotive, Superman is one of the most iconic superheroes in today’s modern times. He first appeared in Action Comics #1 published by DC Comics in June of 1938.

He was sent to Earth via a small spacecraft by his parents just moments before his home planet of Krypton was destroyed. The craft landed near the small fictional farm town of Smallville where farmers Jonathan and Martha Kent adopted him. The Kent’s settled on the name “Clark” for their new adopted son; from there, the rest was history.

Superman’s powers and abilities are vast, but they include:

  • Superhuman Strength
  • Flight
  • Invulnerability
  • Super Speed
  • Heat Vision
  • Freeze Breath
  • X-ray Vision
  • Superhuman Hearing

At the same time, Superman is subject to his weaknesses: He is virtually defenseless against magic, electricity, atomic energy, red sun radiation, and high-pitched frequencies. Additionally, he suffers from not being able to see through lead and is vulnerable to telepathy.

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Iron Man | Tony Stark

Photo: Marvel Comics

Also known as Tony Stark, Iron Man first appeared in Tales of Suspense #39 in March of 1963. Stark is a genius billionaire inventor who took over his family’s weaponry business after his father’s early death. Tony transforms into Iron Man when he puts on his self-designed, high-tech suit of armor. He prefers to keep his real identity a secret to avoid any cross-branding with his company, Stark industries. His powers and abilities include:

  • Super-genius Intelligence
  • Master Engineering
  • Master Businessman
  • Master Tactician
  • Skilled Combatant
  • Killed Marksman
  • Multilingual

Unfortunately, Tony does suffer from a few weaknesses including alcoholism, dependence on technology for his powers/abilities, a bad heart, and lack of self-control, just to name a few. But, never less, Iron Man is a true legend.

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Hawkeye | Kate Bishop

Photo: Marvel Comics

Kate Bishop first appeared in Young Avengers #1 (2005) as Hawkeye. Rejecting her family’s wealth, Kate pursued a heroic path in life. After her favorite Avenger, the original Hawkeye (Clint Barton), was believed to be dead, she took up his mantel and carried the torch. However, Clint eventually returned and the duo partnered up to share the name.

Kate possesses no real superpowers of her own, but she does offer a long list of beneficial skills, such as:

  • Athleticism
  • Proficient Martial Artist
  • Master Archer and Marksman
  • Adept Swordswoman
  • Weaponry Knowledge

Being a younger superhero, Bishop possesses the strength of an average young woman which gives her a disadvantage when it comes to combat with more powerful villains.

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Moon Girl | Lunella Lafayette

Photo: Marvel Comics

A literal genius, this nine-year-old superhero first appeared in Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur #1 (November 2015). She sports a mean pair of round 4D glasses and owns a colossal red dinosaur with which she can switch brains. Lunella is nicknamed “Moon Girl” because she tends to daydream quite often.

Moon Girl is one the smartest, intellectual superheroes existing in modern times. Her powers and abilities include:

  • Super-genius Intellect
  • Engineering capabilities
  • Hacking and computer programming skills

Lunella, or Moon Girl, truly possesses an enhanced skill set which includes super strength stemming from her inhuman heritage; however, she also carries the weight of many weaknesses such as nearsightedness, Additionally, she is simply untrained, uncoordinated, and inexperienced.

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Kitty Pryde | Katherine Anne Pryde

Photo: Marvel Comics

Born in Deerfield, IL, Kitty Pride first appeared in Uncanny X-Men #129 in January of 1980. As a teen, Kitty suffered from oddly intense headaches stemming from her developing mutant powers. She was recruited by Professor Charles Xavier to be a student of his school and quickly became an important member of the X-Men after proving her worth.

Kitty Pride’s abilities make up for the fact that she lacks superhuman strength like most superheroes on this list. Her powers and abilities include the following:

  • Phasing/Intangibility (passing through solid matter)
  • Telepathic Resistance
  • Black Vortex Empowerment
  • Master of Martial Arts
  • Skillful Swordsman
  • Expert Pilot
  • Computer Genius
  • Multilingual

While Kitty Pryde holds a grand set of skills, she is both defenseless against mystical attacks and suffers limitations on her ability to pass through objects. When she phases, or passes through objects, she is unable to breathe. Phasing longer than she can hold her breath can result in serious injury or death.

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Green Arrow | Oliver Queen

Photo: DC Comics

Oliver Queen debuted as Green Arrow in More Fun Comics #73 (1941). Oliver is a wealthy businessman and a well-known celebrity in his hometown of Star City. As the Green Arrow, Queen is an Archer who uses his skills to battle crime in both Star City and Seattle.

Oliver brings a lot to the table when it comes to his abilities. Besides the obvious fact that he’s an incredible archer, he’s also skilled in many other areas as well, such as:

  • Acrobatics
  • Disguise
  • Gadgetry
  • Interrogation
  • Intimidation
  • Martial Arts
  • Pedagogy
  • Throwing
  • Weaponry

Simply being human creates a huge disadvantage for Green Arrow. He can easily be exterminated during combat and must be very careful as a result.

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Arsenic | Gertrude “Gert” Yorkes

Photo: Marvel Comics

Gertrude “Gert” Yorkes appeared in Runaways #1 (July 2003) as one of the main Runaway characters. Like all other members of the Runaways, she is the child of evil villains with special powers. She is known for her sarcastic jokes, earthy glasses, purple hair, and her genetically-engineered dinosaur that her parents commissioned.

While Gert was born without metahuman abilities, she does possess the ability to telepathically and empathically link to her genetically-engineered deinonychus (dinosaur) named Old Lace. She can mentally communicate commands to Old Lace from a distance which can be lethal during combat. However, Her and Old Laces’ connection allows them both to feel each other’s pain from injuries, creating a weakness for both parties.

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Beast | Hank McCoy

Photo: Marvel Comics

As an original founding member of the X-Men, Beast has appeared regularly in X-Men comics since his debut in September 1963. He was born as a mutant with a physique closely resembling an ape. While working as a biophysicist at the Brand Corporation, Beast created and drank a serum that caused him to grow fangs, claws, and blue fur.

Beast is one of the most powerful superheroes on this list. His powers and abilities include:

  • Superhuman Strength, Speed, Stamina, Durability, Agility, Reflexes, and Dexterity
  • Regenerative Healing
  • Superhuman Senses
  • Slowed Aging
  • Telepathic Resistance
  • Temperature Resistance
  • Contaminant Resistance
  • Expert Hand-to-hand Combatant
  • Genius Intelligence

While Beast is strong, he is bound by the animal instincts that get increasingly worse as he mutates. Additionally, his heightened senses make him extremely vulnerable - they can be easily taken advantage of for leverage during combat.

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Robin | Carrie Kelley

Photo: DC Comics

While Carrie Kelley has been behind a few masks, she first appeared as Robin in The Dark Night Returns (1986). After being saved by Batman himself, 13-year-old Carrie saved up her lunch money to purchase a Robin costume in hopes to become his partner. With a slingshot loaded with firecrackers, a young Carrie set out to find petty con-men to prove her worth. She officially became Robin after treating Batman’s life-threatening injury following hand-to-hand combat with The Mutants.

When compared to most superheroes, Carrie’s powers and abilities fall short. That said, she does offer a small set of skills that sets her apart, such as:

  • Acrobatics
  • Advanced hand-to-hand combat
  • Proficient computer operation
  • Expert driving
  • Master Marksmanship

What Carrie lacks in abilities, she makes up for with her dedication to her sidekick role. For example, she once displayed her impressive driving skills by delaying Superman’s arrival to combat Batman with the Batmobile, probably sparing Batman’s life.

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Batgirl | Barbara Gordon

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Barbara Gordon first appeared as Batgirl in Detective Comics #359 (January 1967). She is the daughter of Gotham City police commissioner Jame Fordon and is head of the Gotham City public library. After seeing the work Batman was doing, she became intrigued to join his missions. Gordon trained with both Batman and Robin for a year to become Batgirl.

Barbara is very athletic and quite intelligent. Her powers and abilities include:

  • Athleticism
  • Highly Advanced Computer Skills
  • Skilled Driving
  • Genius Level Intellect
  • Interrogation and Intimidation Abilities
  • Lock Picking
  • Martial Arts
  • Psychology
  • Throwing Batarangs

Soon after transforming into Batgirl, Gordon was shot in the spine by Joker. She was unable to continue her role as Batgirl and created a new persona named Oracle - a hacker and information broker. However, she eventually underwent surgery to receive a cybernetic implant in her neck. After a full recovery, Gordon re-emerged as Batgirl once again.

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She-Hulk | Jennifer Walters

Photo: Marvel Comics

Marvel Comics introduced the world to Jennifer Walters, or She-Hulk, in February of 1980 when it released the first issue of Savage She-Hulk. Walter once lived a normal life as a practicing attorney up until suffering an injury from a bullet. She received a blood transfusion from her cousin, Bruce Banner, also known as The Hulk, resulting in her acquiring a milder version of his gamma-powered condition.

While She-Hulk is a “lighter” version of The Hulk, she is still able to grow into a large, powerful green-hued version of herself. Her powers and abilities include:

  • Physical Transformation
  • Superhuman Strength, Speed, Stamina, and Durability
  • Regenerative Healing
  • Gamma Shockwave Blasting
  • Resurrective Immortality
  • Body Switching
  • Expert in Combat
  • Intelligence

She-Hulk’s primary weakness is radiation. When exposed to certain wavelengths of radiation at high doses, her ability to transform becomes inhibited.

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Falcon | Sam Wilson

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Surfacing in Captain America #117 (September 1969) as one of the first African-American superheroes to ever appear in mainstream comics, Falcon is a true legend. At one point in time, he even succeeded Steve Rogers to become Captain America.

Sam developed a passion for birds and began to train and care for pigeons at a young age. This would lead him to meet a falcon named Redwing who would later fight at his side. Beyond his mental link with Redwing, his powers and abilities include martial arts, flight, aerial combat, and bird telepathy.

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Daredevil | Matthew Murdock

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Making his debut in Daredevil #1 (April 1964), Matthew Murdock is one of the most famous superheroes to date. He was raised in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of New York City where he was blinded by a radioactive substance that fell out of an out-of-control truck.

Following his father’s death by dangerous mobsters, he trained with a martial arts master to become a warrior.

Because Murdock can no longer see, his other four senses have become heightened beyond normal human ability. This, combined with his warrior training, allowed Matthew to develop a powerful set of abilities including:

  • Radioactive Enhanced Physiology
  • Superhuman Sensory
  • Peak Human Strength and Speed
  • Superhuman Reflexes and Agility
  • Enhanced Stamina and Endurance
  • Illusion Awareness
  • Enhanced Tracking
  • Lie Detection
  • Sonar Sense
  • Telepathy and Telepathic Immunity
  • Master of Martial Arts

Daredevil is an extraordinary superhero with a plethora of powers. At the same time, he does possess an above-average number of weaknesses. All stemming from being blind, he struggles with sense precision, sense disruption, superhuman sense disruption, and radar sense disruption.

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Cyclops | Scott Summers

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Cyclops premiered as a founding member of the X-Men in X-Men #1 (September 1963). He is a mutant who generates concussive force beams from his eyes.

Scott Summers is the son of a test pilot for the U.S. Air Force and brother to the mutant known as Havok. As a child, he was pushed from his father’s plane after it combusted mid-air. Unfortunately, his parachute also caught fire causing it to fail. As a result, he spiraled towards the ground and suffered a head injury.

Cyclops’ powers and abilities are unique. They include:

  • Optic blasting
  • Trajectory bending
  • Spatial awareness
  • Energy resistance
  • Piloting skills
  • Master tactician and strategist
  • Multilingual
  • Martial arts expert
  • Telepathic resistance

Interestingly enough, Cyclops possesses a surplus of energy which he must release by frequently firing optic blasts. He also suffers from a power regulation disability that restrains his ability to control his blasts. As you can imagine, this can be problematic.

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Hawkeye | Clinton Barton

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Clinton Barton made his comic debut in April of 1964 as the original Hawkeye in Tales of Suspense #57 and later joined the Avengers as a permanent member in May of 1965. Born in Waverly, Iowa, he lost both his parents to a tragic car accident. He was sent to an orphanage but soon ran away to join a carnival where he trained to be a master archer. He quickly grew into the star of the carnival with his expert archery skills. Finally, after an incident at the carnival, he ran away and met Black Widow, a Spy for the Soviet Union. From there he went on to join the Avengers.

Clint is a non-mutant human, meaning he possesses no superpowers. However, his set of abilities are mind-blowing. His abilities include:

  • Master Archery
  • Peak Human Sight
  • Peak Human Condition
  • Master Marksmanship
  • Acrobatic Excellence
  • Master Martial Artist
  • Expert Tactician
  • Expert Fighting Skills
  • Talented Weapons Designer
  • Multilingual

At one time, he was left 80% deaf due to an injury he sustained while in captivity, however, his hearing was restored after his re-birth. Later on, he was again deafened during combat after his ears were jabbed with arrows. He remained largely deaf up until he started using hearing aids created by Tony Stark (Iron Man).

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Blade | Eric Brooks

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Debuting in The Tomb of Dracula #10 in July of 1973, vampire-hybrid Blade is as classic as they come. He was born to a mother who was ruined by vampirism after being bitten by Morbius, the Living Vampire.

Blade grew up in the streets of London where he once coincidentally bumped into vampire slayer Jamal Afari. Soon after, Jamal took Blade under his wing and taught him the ropes of vampire hunting. Even though Blade blade was a half vamp, he devoted his life to rid them of the world.

His powers and abilities include:

  • Dhampir Physiology
  • Superhuman Acute Senses
  • Superhuman Strength and Speed
  • Superhuman Agility, Stamina, and Durability
  • Regenerative Healing Factor
  • Contaminant Transferal
  • Prolonged Lifespan
  • Immunity to Vampire Vulnerabilities
  • Martial arts, Marksmanship, Swordsmanship, and Weapons Proficiency
  • Sorcery

Since Blade is technically a vampire, he does possess two inherited weaknesses - he is vulnerable to red sunlight and he cannot survive without fresh blood. However, instead of consuming fresh blood, he ingests a specially designed serum that provides far superior nourishment. Without this serum, he would become weak and unable to fight the urge to attack humans for their blood (but it does happen from time to time).

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Sage | Tessa

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Debuting in February of 1980 as Tessa, Sage lived in a war-torn Balkan country until she was forced to flee following an invasion by enemy troops. She has been a member of the original X-Men team and a cross-dimensional team known as the X-Treme X-Men.

Sage is a superhero not to be reckoned with. She’s essentially a mutant possessing numerous mental abilities and powers, such as:

  • Advanced Mental Computation
  • Photographic Memory
  • Kinetic Memory
  • Biokinesis
  • Telepathy
  • Engineering
  • Hacking
  • Master of Martial Arts
  • Weapons Expert
  • Medical Expert
  • Master Interrogator

Her early life experiences made her very self-reliant to the point where she rarely displays any weaknesses, including asking others for help.

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Negative Man | Larry Trainor

Photo: DC Comics

Wrapped in bandages, Negative Man is a superhero who first appeared in My Greatest Adventure #80 (June 1963). While his appearance is frightening at first glance, he is one of the most remarkable heroes on Earth.

Before becoming a villain fighting superhero, Larry Trainor was a test pilot. One day while piloting an experimental craft, he was exposed to a radioactive field resulting in impressive, yet unnatural abilities. Those include:

  • Unique Physiology
  • Radiation Production
  • Energy Absorption
  • Flight
  • Phasing
  • Energy Projection
  • Aviation
  • Combat

Negative Man does have a limitation on his powers. For example, if he spends up to 60 seconds out of his host body, he would end up in a coma and eventually perish.

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Alex Wilder | A-Wild

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Alex Wilder first appeared in Runaways #1 (July 2003) as the son of the evil mob boss, Geoffrey Wilder. That said, despite being born into a family of villains, Alex grew up with an obsession for superheroes; he would even dress up as Spiderman for Halloween.

Alex does not possess any supernatural powers or abilities, however, he does have certain strengths:

  • Intelligence
  • Strength
  • Speed
  • Durability
  • Fighting skills
  • Logic and Strategy

After being killed and later resurrected, Alex acquired new abilities. His corpse transmits an uncomfortable feeling to those who touch him, and since he’s no longer living, he doesn’t age nor is he required to eat.

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Wonder Man | Simon Williams

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Wonder Man made his debut in The Avengers #9 (October 1964) as a supervillain equipped with ionic energy. Later on, he was reintroduced as a superhero and joined the Avengers - the same team he once fought against.

Wonder Man’s powers include the ability to take on an ionic energy form which gives him a laundry list of skills and capabilities. Those include:

  • Superhuman Strength, Speed, Stamina, Reflexes, Agility, and Senses (hearing and vision)
  • Invulnerability
  • Flight
  • Immortality and Regenerative Healing
  • Energy Manipulation and Shapeshifting
  • Size Alteration
  • Teleportation
  • Power Recycling

Of course, every superhero has their weaknesses, and Wonder Man possesses a few. Being that he uses ionic energy to his advantage, energy weaponry can render his abilities useless; specifically, attacks that disrupt his energy such as dispersion.

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Kid Eternity | Christopher “Kit” Freeman

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Kid Eternity originally appeared in Hit Comics #25 (December 1942). After being killed in WWII by a u-boat attack on his grandfather’s fishing vessel, he was returned to Earth for 75 more years by the Lords of Chaos to uphold the good in the world. His powers include:

  • Spirit Summoning and Control
  • Self-sustenance (the ability to not require sleep)
  • Dimensional Travel

While Kid Eternity wields mind-blowing abilities, he is only able to conjure one spirit at a time and control them for exactly 66 seconds. Attempting to order more than one spirit ere the 66-second threshold results in him collapsing from mind and body stress.

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Frog-Man | Eugene Patilio

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Eugene Patilio first appeared as Frog-Man in Marvel Team-Up #121 (September 1982) and is the son of evil villain Leap-Frog. After discovering his father’s old outfit in a closet, Patilio decided to use the suit to clean up his family’s name and fight crime.

As Frog-Man, Eugene tried to wiggle his way into the Defenders, but he was rejected several times. He then decided to team up with Spider-Kid and former villain, the Toad, to form the Misfits. However, the Misfits disbanded shortly after their debut. He later gained the attention of the Kentucky-based Action Pack team to become a lasting member.

Frog-Man doesn’t really impress when it comes to special abilities. In fact, most villains he captured were out of pure luck. Patilio has problems controlling his automated costume. Often, the suit controls him. He can be seen wildly bouncing around, uncontrollably crashing into his opponents to defeat them.

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