Best Comic Book Anti-Heroes
Catwoman? Really? The amount of jokes Deadpool could make about a villain who acts like a cat is infinite.
Ill indulge you people for not voting deadpool due to the certainty that most of you don't know him or know little of him.
Highly trained mercenary that sustains some crazy experiments to get cured from cancer. Thou these experiments work, granting him Wolverines regeneration (which is improved to insane levels in further experiments), something goes wrong and the cancer expands while he continues to regenerate constantly. This leads to some brain tissue issues that make him mad (and funny, FUNNY AS HELL) and totally emaciated. But, it also makes him dangerous as hell as he becomes chaotically random and practically invulnerable to mind control (his brain is constantly regenerating new cells that die due to his cancer), plus stronger and faster than any human (due to his regenerating, just like wolverine).
He is also the top of the noch of mercenaries, which gives him access to some crazy equipment (guns, loads of guns) and even a teleportation device which he has mastered. He is an awesome sharshooter, no matter the type of gun, but his strength is melee fights, where he shines in the use of swords, daggers and other pointy stuff.
And last, but best of all: he was almost killed so many times during the experiments, the cosmic entity known as DEATH got in love with deadpool. This made Thanos jellous (the big BIG marvel villain was in love with death too) and so, he cursed deadpool with inmortality so he never reached death again. You could cut his head off and he wouldn't die and just regenerate or just fix himself (depends on comic). You could ward his cut head in a bunker and somehow he would manage to pull himself together (advantages of having death as a love interest).
One of the most unique and intriguing anti-heroes, not to mention hot!
I can't blame the Punisher's vengeance on the criminals and the villains who wronged the good sinless people and I like the Punisher from the Spider-Man animated series, Iron Man: Rise of Technovore and Avengers Confidential: Black Widow & Punisher on Marvel Animation better than the Live-Action version of the Punisher on Marvel Live-Action movies.
He is more of an anti hero then any other of them. He is unstoppable. He just kills in anger and never struggles when he is determined to do something. You automatically feel bad for him because his family death. He's a badass nonstop killing machine.
If he has an unstoppable goal that he will do anything to finish then he is an anti hero more than Catwoman. She just messes with people on the streets and steals stuff. She's not an anti hero, just a pitiful villain. Punisher is badass.
What?!?!?! How is he not number 1. He is dark, and violent but he believes in what's right and he believes in the greater good. It's such a shame he gets killed in the comic but its sadder in the movie.
Rorschach is the ultimate anti hero. He is the step up of batman, proving he will stop at nothing to save the world and stop crime in New York. By far the best of this list.
He's literally the only true badass and real hero of Watchmen despite his violent and crazy behavior.
Our favorite ass-kicker in the marvel comics! Plus, who the heck is Spider Jerusalem on this list? Is he a Jewish Spider-Man or what?
The best he is at what he does!
Wolverine is the best!
All I can say is when Venom cleans house...he cleans the whole house!
This guy should be at either number 1 or 2 along with deadpool.
Red Hood shows the dangers of letting vigilantism go too far. In a way, he represents what Batman could have been without the no-kill rule. Red Hood's kicks butt with brutal efficiency...and looks pretty good while doing it!
Definitely deserves top 10
19? Jason Todd a.k.a. Red Hood is the best antihero, a Batman version without morals...
He has a sad childhood
I can't blame the Ghost Rider's vengeance on the criminals and the villains who wronged the good sinless people and I like the Ghost Rider and I prefer Ghost Rider from "The Final Decision", "When Calls Galactus" and "Innocent Blood" the three episodes of X-Men (TV Series), Fantastic Four (TV Series) and The Incredible Hulk (TV Series) and Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H. instead of the live action movie version of the Ghost Rider.
Flaming chain. Penance stare. Need I say more?
Most badass anti-hero with style!
He is the man that went up against batman, the teen titans,superman, wonder woman, the JLA and won most of these fights. He is slade wilson otherwise known as deathstroke. He has a long history raining from when he was premiered as a hired gun to take out the teen titans after his son had failed. He has had a hard and tough life from the military to his family to losing his wife and two sons. He is able to have a plan that will work and will help him win. If you though batman was master of prep then you haven't met deathstroke
A complete bmf, he's smart strong quick, inhuman in power yet crushingly human in his life experience. He is just a simple man making his way through the universe.
Spawn is Literral the Definition of a True Anti Hero and unlike most of them Spawn does mean to do good and doesn't really have villainous goals, but that doesn't stop him from murdering, maiming, or mutilating people to do what he wants. Like all do and his abilities trump that of nearly any Marvel and DC character. Bets Anti hero EVER!
Spawn (HBO Series) could be a team Hell member to Scorpion (Mortal Kombat Legends) and Ghost Rider from Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H., the 90s Fantastic Four series and the 90s Incredible Hulk series.
The most bad-ass one on this list! Todd Mcfarlane's Spawn stays true to the word: anti-hero. A story for a mature audiance, He's got tons of powers (and guns) and ends up killing Satan AND God!
Definitely better than rorschach, since he is based off of The Question.
He should have his own movie. He's awesome!
Criminally underrated character. He's very cool
It's basically two heroes in one. Two heroes who are constantly fighting each other for control and at times working together to save the world. It's a tragic monster story of the Hulk which makes him so relatable and loved even though he is so ridiculously powerful.