Which Superhero Are You, Based On Your Zodiac Sign?
Forget about lions, fish, and scorpions when it comes to reading your horoscope. Let's face it, you're a nerd - and as a nerd, you need an equally as nerdy way to crack down on the secrets of your personality. That's why determining what superhero matches your zodiac sign is perfect for figuring out what's really going on at the core of your unique, geek nature.
For every zodiac sign, there's a superhero that aligns perfectly with the best and worst traits of their respective astrological entities. Whether it's their intellectual passion for building powerful gadgets, their charisma and wit, or their uncontrollable emotional states, these superhero zodiac signs may ring a little too true for a few of you.
Astrological signs for each superhero show which fantastic fictional character vibes with you the most. With a comic book character for each zodiac sign, you can find out how you'd deal with the intensely unreal situations that some of the most famous superheros of all time have to handle on a daily basis.
- Photo: Deadpool / 20th Century Fox
Aries (March 21 - April 19) is a bundle of energy - a natural born firecracker. The boundless energy along with the boisterous attitude of Aries totally reflects Deadpool's stance as a perfectly admirable antihero. Charging into trouble with the stubbornness and sturdiness of a ram, Deaddy valiantly takes the reins in any situation.
Aries and Deadpool also maintain highly competitive spirits - neither one of these bold characters likes to lose.
- Photo: The Dark Knight / Warner Bros.
The tactical and practical Taurus (April 20 - May 20) comes barreling in like a bull. Much like Batman, Taurus might be stubborn but will always be loyal. Sudden change doesn't sit well with Taurus or Batman, making the two zodiac peas in a pod.
Taurus will also find that their intelligence combined with their materialism yields awesome results throughout their lifetime. In Batman's case, these results manifest in the form of awesome gadgets.
- Photo: Iron Man / Paramount Pictures
Ever-adaptable and completely welcoming to change, Geminis (May 21 - June 20) are awesome social chameleons - Just like Tony Stark and his superhero counterpart, Iron Man. Geminis are intellectual, making quick learners and witty conversationalists. They're also spontaneous and flirtatious - taking on whatever the world (and lovers) have to offer.
However, Gemini can be overly fun-loving and indulgent - if they don't have the skills to back up an endeavor, they might find themselves biting off more than they can chew.
- Photo: Ant-Man / Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Ant-Man is a tiny barrel of larger-than-life, energetic emotion - just like the zodiac sign, Cancer (June 21 - July 22). The most notable traits of Cancers are their compassionate nature and loyalty, but they're also well-known for their emotional insatiability.
Although Ant-Man might seem like a cool and collected burglar whose intellect assists him with cracking off heists without a hitch, he also bares the negative aspects of this zodiac sign. When under pressure, he's proven to be erratic and overly-sensitive.
Ruled by the Sun and symbolized by the king of the jungle - the lion - Leo (July 23 - August 22) is a zodiac sign that asserts itself as a complete king or queen. Thor, God of Thunder, also carries Leo's self-confidence, loyalty, and hardworking leadership abilities. However, these traits also come along with a deep sense of pride.
Thor and Leos tend to collide with their own ego and arrogance. These traits can get them into trouble, but they can always be redeemed by their better ones, like their generosity and reliability.
- Photo: Batman & Robin, Vol. 1: Batman Reborn / DC Comics
Virgo's (August 23 - September 22) intellect and quick wit radiates, and so does that of Batman's sidekick, Robin. The boy-wonder proves to be a valuable asset to Gotham's crime-fighting scene, gracing them with not only his analytical street-smarts, but his never-ending fountain of puns and jokes.
Virgos pay close attention to detail, which only compliments their intellect. This helps Robin lend a well-needed hand to justice when a tricky villain like the Riddler or Catwoman are giving Gotham a run for its money.