Is there a reason behind why superheroes always have brown/black hair?
- JavaJoeLv 73 months ago
That's how the artist drew them.
Earlier comics, when they were still B&W, it was easier to show dark hair than light hair. When color comics came out they were able to show lighter shades.
And today you have lots of superheroes with all different color hair that isn't black or brown.
- 3 months ago
probably because in the golden age or beggining age of comics in the 30s/40s, brown hair is easier to print opposed to blonde, but there are plenty of charecters these days have redhair, blonde hair, green blue what ever color the artist and writer want....thank goodness for updated printers right!
- ImpLv 53 months ago
What About Wally west Flash, Black Cannary or Luke Cage!
- SquidmasterLv 73 months ago
No, and they don't. There are MANY superheroes with light hair.
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- EntropyLv 73 months ago
Do they? I'd argue there are a lot more redheads and blondes in comics than in regular life. And a lot more unnatural colors as well.
- ChristianLv 43 months ago
Because the majority of the population has this hair color. Also there are plenty of blond superheroes:
Henry Pym (Ant man / Yellow Jacket / Giant Man)
Sue Storm (Invisible Woman)
Johnny Storm (Human Torch)
Ms. Marvel (Carol Danvers)
- KennyLv 73 months ago
Racism, everything is raciest now days .