You won’t be disappointed if you love superhero stories that are action-packed and have an amazing power to solve a problem. You don’t have to stick with the stereotypical superhero story and instead explore the complex human issues that lie beneath the superhuman skin. We have 10 series that will please all tastes in the superhero genre.
Netflix has 10 Must-Watch Superhero Series:
10. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The September 24, 2013 telecast of the very first episode of Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D was the premiere. It is the touching story of a government agency that works with the Avengers to accomplish their mission and save the city.
If you’ve ever wondered why Avengers agents showed up quite a lot and discussed serious issues with Captain America, then this is the show for you.
Netflix’s “Ragnarok” tells the story of the war between giants and Norse gods over again. Magne Seier (David Stakston), a hero who fights the evil force, is a man who goes against the world and defeats the superpower. This 2020 Norwegian version of the myth reveals that the weaponry of this evil force is industrial pollution and climate change. It makes the show relevant today alongside growing environmentalist concerns.
Matt Murdock (Charlie Cox), is a blonde lawyer who wakes up in the night to use his senses to bring about justice as Daredevil. There are many scenes of martial arts and emotion. Marvel’s 2015 series, which was first shown on Netflix in 2015, still has the fans’ affection with its dark tale about vigilantism.
This is the typical superhero story of saving people. But this time, a woman in a red cape. Melissa Benoist plays Kryptonian refugee Kara Danvers. She follows in the footsteps Clark Kent (Tyler Hoechlin), to save National City. This TV series, which began in 2015, focuses on social issues such as feminism and transgender rights.
6. The Flash-
The Flash, Arrow’s first spinoff series, tells the story of Barry Allen (Grant Gustin), who is struck by lightning and becomes the fastest man alive. This happened the night that the S.T.A.R Labs accelerator explodes. Barry soon acquires superspeed and uses it to track down criminals.
The Green Arrow was a well-known superhero in the 2012 adaptation by CW. Stephen Amell plays Oliver Queen, a billionaire playboy who returns home from five years on an island in the desert. His double life is spent hunting down criminals using a bow and an arrow, and lots of martial arts. The DC Universe was launched by the ‘Arrow’ and it has been immensely popular throughout its history.
This series is full of racial politics that breaks down many problematic black superhero conventions. Luke Cage (Mike Colter), a Harlem Bartender with unbreakable skin and super strength, was first seen in “Jessica Jones”. Although it was canceled by Netflix recently, viewers can still view its three seasons starting in 2016 on Netflix.
3. Jessica Jones-
You have to see Jessica Jones if you want real stuff, and not just crazy fighting and power show. Krysten Ritter, the title character, is a private investigator who sometimes uses her superpower to do this. Jessica’s emotional arcs, which revolve around her memories of being kidnapped and controlled by Kilgrave (David Tennant), are what make this series unique. The reality of this 2015 series only adds to the show’s magic.
This 2014 drama series follows Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie), as he begins his career as a Gotham City police officer. Actually, the story of corruption is the backstory or the origin of Batman’s world.
We travel through five seasons of history, meeting many of Dark Knight’s enemies and allies throughout the epic city of Gotham. It is truly a delight for Batman fans.
1. The Umbrella Academy-
A billionaire adopts them and raises them to be saviors for people. Seven super-powered individuals are reunited after their father passes away. They will finally bring about the end of the world through a series events. This fan-favorite series of superheroes stands out because it largely addresses some serious problems in the superhero genre.